posted on Apr, 10 2014 @ 10:25 PM
This is a person who is clearly not a leader and handed the reigns of a country that has been submissive for so long. Change is wanted but people are
scared. They control almost all aspects of their culture and literally control what they see and do. It is very hard to break out of that mold (easy
to say if you are outside looking in).
In another fashion, you can say , "let's go get this guy and take him out". That isnt so easy either unless you assassinate him or capture him -
either way , potentially causing a war on the penninsula. Then would those same people calling for that be shouting for a war to end with both sides
taking losses? No one wants war if it can be avoided so calling for it should be a last resort. The only thing war helps is the people who gain
montarily from it. Everyone else suffers.
We need to ensure that we can provide the means internally to their people to make them oust him as a leader so they commit to it. Only then will you
be able to assist and rebuild.
One thing I will say - everyone , even China and Russia should not deny and be very sympathetic to the concentration camps they are running there in
NK. That is no joke and every country has felt that pinch during the wars. There should be no divided lines along that and we should stand
All in all - if anything needs to happen to make this change it needs to happen very soon; either by removing the issue by force (before they get
nuclear) or by him actually taking advantage of his chance to make real history and take the action his father would not; open the borders, accept the
help, and look to unify. I honestly see how that could not be best for the country but when you are the one wielding all the power and not suffering,
I guess it is something you are not willing to give up.
Just a last heads up to you, NK leader - Sadaam thought he was invincible too. Regardless of the reason we went to war (not going to debate it) he
found out the hard way. When it comes to war - there are no real winners but their are casulties and fate. His will be tribunal and/or death.
Just my two cents.