posted on Jan, 1 2013 @ 07:59 PM
I have a feeling that not too many people outside of North Korea really know what is going on in that country. For instance, if Un really did want to
end the oppression in his country, would the military leaders and high ranking officials wish to comply, or would they attempt a coup? A coup would be
extremely easy in my opinion as far as organizing the leadership is concerned, but I have a feeling that the troops might just be brainwashed enough
to fight alongside Un and his dictatorial regime. I think that what they do over there is this: While most people are starving, those who comprise the
military are actually fed on a regular basis, and probably have a much better life than an average citizen of NK.
But surely those members of the government and military that have been around for a while would like to see their country changed and modernized, as
it could actually sustain its population this way, if trade were opened up. But the fact that Un mentioned strengthening NK's military is not a good
sign. They already have a military composed of many ground troops, despite the fact that no one wants to invade their country. All the other nations
know that there is likely no reasoning with NK, and a fight would end up being quite brutal, and NK likely is one of the only countries who would fire
a nuke, if they have working nukes lol, if they were fighting a war. One nuke fired is not so bad, as even the largest bombs made today will only
decimate a relatively small area, say a city, but nuclear strikes, since they have no equivalent in terms of weaponry, would likely invoke retaliatory
nuclear responses...thus creating a vicious cycle.