posted on Dec, 27 2017 @ 03:03 AM
A continuation of the war on the Korean peninsula would be disastrous. Disastrous for North Korea, South Korea, a chunk of China, and Japan, as well.
Thousands would die, both in Korea (N and S), and elsewhere, with the possibility of that damage reaching the shores of North America. Or maybe,
should the worst happen, millions.
I submit, this is a scenario that should be avoided by most any means possible. If that means kissing the the Fat Midgets little ol' hiney, so be
it...better that than cities sprouting mushrooms that glow in the dark. I'd just as soon miss out on that.
The only solution that will ever end the Korean issue is reunification. But even a little thought will reveal the major issues there...
Any other "solution" outside of the war I'd just as soon not witness just leaves the problem for another day. Which, in and of itself, might not be
such a bad idea...as it allows the North Korean people a chance to fix it themselves, which outside of reunification is the only method that stands a
chance of actually solving the issue.
...and there are signs that all is not well politically speaking in Pyong-yang. There are rivals to Kims hold on the power structure of both the
Party and the military.
Power distribution in NK.
Some of the who's who in NK.
Thinking that only Kim holds the reins of power in North Korea is a foolish notion. There are quite a group of people who own at least a share of the
power in North Korea.
edit on 12/27/2017 by seagull because: (no reason given)