posted on Apr, 12 2012 @ 05:02 AM
reply to post by JacKatMtn
Thanks for that link, it did lead me to South Korea's Ministry of Unification eng.unikorea.go.kr...
. It has
been going for nearly 12 years with their monthly articles and other interesting statistics. Their general policy comes across quite good and
positive, but one is a bit of a problem:
This administration has dealt with the North's armed provocations decisively as follows:
Drawing up plans for clear and decisive actions against North's provocations such as the sinking of the Cheonan warship and the artillery attack on
Demanding the condemnation of armed provocations and suspension of inter-Korean trade and cooperation (the May 24 countermeasures)
I know these military situations are bad, but until peace is finally established there will continue to be military exercises that get out of control
at times. Condemning the provocation and wanting answers is great, but suspension of trade and cooperation just puts more bricks on the wall that need
to be pulled down. I can understand if the ministry for unification was pushed into this position from greater government, but there is a lot of work
that needs to be done in this area as it will take time to get Korea's economy running smooth again. I can understand banning some dangerous items of
trade, but others can help oil up NK's very squeaky wheels.
There's something going on with dreams at times, wonder if it is a conspiracy