posted on Mar, 28 2013 @ 12:06 AM
reply to post by PLAYERONE01
There comes a time when the 2 biggest kids on the block eventually fight. Even more so when dealing with an entity who does not allow flexibility or
This was only a matter of time before it spiraled back into armed conflict. North Korea believes its their destiny to reunite the peninsula under the
North's control. A perfectly valid point of view even though I don't agree with it.
China is not happy with N. Korea right now, and is even punishing them by signing onto the sanctions. Whether or not its a true attempt or a feign
remains to be seen though.
china is not going to jeopardize all they have accomplished / gained simply to protect North Korea and their spoiled brat of a leader. The cold war
is over, times change, as do the people. The majority of Chinese don't hold the same affection for N. Korea as past generations have.
Its along the same lines as what we are seeing in Egypt. 10 years ago you would not see Muslims leaders denouncing actions taken against the Coptic
minority. However, in this last week not only have their leaders spoken out in defense of the Coptic religion, they have denounced the Muslim
brotherhood for desecrating a mosque by using it to torture people caught up in the protests against Mori.
While north Korea and Egypt aren't the same countries, the same principle holds. Eventually, people grow tired of the same BS time after time and
eventually make the change.
North Korea will fall...
Whether its by armed conflict or her own people deciding they have had enough is the question.
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