posted on Apr, 27 2018 @ 04:48 PM
Having heard this and looked at the events at they led up the following can be stated:
The question is: Will the Anti-Trump crowd concede that Trump was responsible for Korea’s potential unification?
The reality is that it is too early to tell what will come of this. Right now it is the start of this stage, and ultimately until we see the signed
peace treaty and the dismantling of the DMZ, we should remain cautious and careful of what goes on. Speculation is hopeful and it looks good, that
the North and South are looking to end more than 50 years of war. And there are those in the region that would support this move, as it would help
stabilize the region and show that the ideas of peace are far greater than that of an endless war that has accomplished nothing. This is not the
first time or a new idea, as both sides have dreamed of either 2 separate countries at peace or a reunified country, for a very long time.
Appearances can be deceiving, and as much as many would like to think that Trump had something to do with this, the question is did he or is it a
natural conclusion to a country that can no longer afford to spend that kind of money on a military to fight in a war that is held at bay by an
armistice? Like say the end of the Cold War, where Russia had to concede that it could no longer afford to continue on in that path, trying to
outspend and keep up with those countries against it, and it is a case of economics simply being the final factor for such. And as much as many would
like to say Trump would be responsible, the reality is that any part that he plays in this will be small, very small. But then again big things often
have very small starts.
Consider this, the USA has no ambassador in South Korea at this time frame, and only a military presence there. And that it appears as though the
initial negotiations that are happening and going on, seems to be lacking the USA. So we are not sure what all is being stated or said, or agreed on,
only what is being released as the 2 countries chose to release it. And for an official end to such, chances are that by the time the USA shows up to
sit at the table, will already be agreed and decided on by 3 of the main parties involved and the only thing remaining would be for the USA to sign on
the dotted line, take a few pictures. So with no seat at the initial bargaining table, and no official there to represent the US, and the only thing
that was done was a tweet, how much credit should be given to the man?
This is a high stakes game, make no mistake. And here are the possibilities: If the US signs and peace is achieved on the Korean peninsula, then
Trump’s part will be small and some credit given to him. However, if it is signed and then the North takes an aggressive step, Trump will get the
blame for it. If the US does not sign, then Trump will be blamed for letting a chance to end the Korean conflict go by.