posted on Apr, 2 2013 @ 05:05 PM
Having paid attention to what all is going on in the world, there are a few questions that are not answered and all of the worlds attention is drawn
The first question is what is Iran doing, while the entire world is focused on NK? After all they are allies, and it seems like every time one wants
a bit of privacy the other makes a noise to distract and draw the attention of the world away from the other. So between the NK and Venezeula, what
is Iran up to?
The other question is what is going to be China's response? So far China is amassing troops and military personell on the boarder with North Korea,
the question should be are they preparing to back NK up militarily, or are they going to be there as to prevent something that they can not and do not
want, that being a massive influx of refugees going north to escape the violence of warfare?
North Korea is an isolated country, they have very few allies and ultimately have an economy that is in ruins, and has been that way since the end of
the Korean Conflict. There was never any official peace accord signed and that ultimately is the real shame of it all, that they did not take the
time to hammer out a lasting peace. Neither side wants a war, yet it is apparently moving towards that direction.
Right now we can only wait and watch, to determine what all is going to happen, and if the new leader of NK, will let wisdom and diplomats prevail on
what all they need to do to prevent conflict or ultimately lead into another conflict that would be lose/lose on all sides.
While NK has nuclear capacity, the problem is that if such an attack were to hit say the USA, then it would have to deal with the concept that the USA
could retaliate and return the favore, and there would not be much that anyone could do to stop such.
While it may seem funny, the country to feel ultimately sorry for is China. They are caught in the middle of this, having to back up NK, while at the
same time, double step to try to find a solution that satisfies the USA, as it can not afford to have the country whose debt it holds getting nuked,
as it would lose economically.