posted on Feb, 20 2013 @ 12:45 PM
reply to post by bekod
The revolt will come from the military class, as long as the sanctions are kept in place or deepened further. On empty bellies, the military will find
it difficult to live on idealogy or empty promises.
But make no mistakes. N.Korea WILL ultimately attack. They have no more aces on their table, and cant back down, as there is no way they can feed its
millions, not without dismantling all their nuke capabilities for the sanctions to end. The free world does have a right to choose its economic
partners, more so with those whom are only hell bent on slaughtering its customers.
When N.Korea attacks, they will have lost that moral highground, for they are now the aggressors, and no humanity will stand for conquest in modern
times, not even its own brainwashed citizens and supporting nations whom will have to face an angry world.
And there is NO need for S.Korea or the West to step into N.Korea in this war, and MUST NOT, for it will only antagonise the citizens whom will surely
see massive bloodshed, and be used as the perfect propaganda tool to gain support by the N.Korean leaders.
We mankind must learn from the Battle of Stalingrad. The germans thought that the oppressed russians will support Germany, but ended up with a massive
russian defense and counter attack. The russian masses were either too brainwashed or petrified by the HumanSlayer Stalin to think otherwise for
rebellion. The germans were too late to change mindsets, and ultimately lost when even the weather turn against the bogged down german army.
So too will it be the same if S.Koreans and the West were to battle brainwashed petrified communists.
All S.Korea needs to do is to hold firm at the border, and disable the military capabilities of the N.Korean military - selective targetting, with
artillery, jets and Patriot Missiles, then sit back and await for the collapse to come from WITHIN N.Korea.