It may seem on the surface that North Korea and China have been friends for a long time, but you may want to reconsider that.
The PRC and North Korea were supposedly friends during the Cold War. That's what everyone thinks. However, why did North Korea demand parts of China's
Northeast after China helped them durign the Korean War? They wanted parts of Heilongjiang and Liaoning as well as most of Jilin! What's more, North
Korea has never shown gratitude for China's aid during the Korean War. In North Korea's museums, Chinese volunteers had no place in the Korean War.
During the mid-1960s, Kim Il-sung destroyed all the graves of Chinese soldiers who sacrificed during the Korean War. Gratitude, Pyongyang Style.
North Korea has asked a lot from China in recent years, but gave nothing in return. However, their people are still starving, and they're still
developing their rubbishy nuclear weapons. In fact, He Yafei, a senior Chinese official, described North Korea as a spoilt child trying to get the
In practice, North Korea's weapons aren't good enough to threaten world peace, or even the US or Europe. Let's face it, there' not very good. However,
they are a nuisance for China. Why is North Korea doing this even though China's supposed to be their ally?
On the other hand, the US may be closer to North Korea as it seems. Although they cut off their aid for North Korea last year, do remember that they
have provided food and energy to North Korea. This is the twentieth century. When the US provides food aid to an Asian or African country, it's
usually to test out the latest GMOs while looking benevolent at the same time. This usually happens only in countries and regions that controlled, to
some degree, by the West. Taiwan was a very sad example. Was the US expanding its influence in NK?
Kim Jong-un studied in Switzerland. This is very strange for a radically anti-West country.
Why didn't he attend a university in China or Russia? Moreover, many suspiciously Masonic-looking pyramids-with-top-parts-standing-out have appeared
Kim was also caught doing a Masonic gesture. This one (the hidden hand) appears to be a sign of a master of the second veil. Now, most of the time
when somebody is accused of doing a Masonic gesture, it helps to have a tin-foil hat on. However, I don't think this one is in any way nonchalant
(unless he thinks Napoleon was cool?):
North Korea withdrew from the Six-party talks. NK may be trying to 'harass' the US into a bilateral talk instead. That way, NK-US relations will
improve and NK will officially be a pro-west country. Kim Jong-un looked like Deng Xiaoping II when he first became the new leader, but now he's doing
all this nuclear and stuff. He might want the US to send a few economists over and help them restore their economy.
This will also fix North Korea's diplomatic problems and stabilise their relations with the South.
(I didn't invent any of this. Most of the opinions were taken from the first two sources here.)
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