In the past few days and hours China is now voicing their opinion of little Un and his madness, below will be a few links with the opening statements,
this might be long ,[depends on how many links or how tired I get]
from the link
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Just how dangerous is North Korea?
By Giovanni Vimercati
1 Comment(s)Print E-mail China.org.cn, April 7, 2013
now you know where from and by whom and this is what was said
The situation in the Asia-Pacific has been quite tense as of late. On the one side, North Korea is an historical ally of China; yet on the other
hand, given the tactless vagaries the hermit nation specialises in, it may also turn into a liability. The asset North Korea represents to China is
chiefly strategic: A buffer state warding off any American hegemony in the Asia-Pacific. But then again who wants to engage in an armed conflict
against the U.S. on China’s doorstep? Only Kim Jong-un – as far as we know, that is.
not nice words for Un from one China news source here is
one I posted on a other thread but worth re-posting- link
from it, is this
Mozambican air of tension in the Korean peninsula
Key to the solution of the situation on the Korean peninsula, responsible attitude is not made use of, the chestnuts out of, but builders ' attitude
of the parties involved in the cause of peace. China will not sit idly by the DPRK insists on sliding into the abyss of war.
and then this from
an other link in the link above
XI Jinping on Sunday when China delivered a speech at a business forum, ally North Korea issue the implicit
condemnation of China. Dozens of countries from Asia, Africa and Europe attending the Boao Forum for Asia.
"No messing one up for yourself and the world," XI said, he did not name specific countries point out. "Countries, big or small, strong or weak, rich
or poor, should be the defender and promoter of peace. ”
These statements imply China North Korea's belligerence and several weeks of clamour growing tired of the war. At the same time, United States
military officials told Reuters (Reuters) said, given the tensions between North Korea, the United States decided to postpone next week's missile
test, "to avoid any misunderstanding or misjudgment."
that was from here
There are others but you should get the idea that China is now backing away from and telling Un knock it off or else.
This does not mean we have the green light to make a Preemptive strike on Un er DPRK
China seems to be tiring of Un, his remarks, and actions. There are other links and threads, about Un DPRK their Nukes.ect,ect,ect, but I will not
post nor put a link to them.
I want to keep this on China and how they are, or will react to Un,when he does the next move..,ie. missile launch, or nuke test, and or both.
It is late and my eyes are getting heavy, I will leave you with this english.chosun.com...
There Is No Point Sending a Special Envoy to N.Korea
Rep. Moon Hee-sang of main opposition Democratic United Party on Friday proposed on dispatching a special envoy to North Korea to attempt to defuse
mounting tensions. Moon recommended former U.S. president Bill Clinton and DUP lawmakers Park Jie-won or Moon Sung-keun as possible candidates. Even a
small minority in the ruling Saenuri Party backed the proposal.
But one thing that is clear is that North Korea is solely responsible for the "crisis" that has gripped the Korean Peninsula. It has mounted one
provocation after another, starting with the launch of a long-range rocket, followed by a nuclear test and daily threats of a nuclear attack.
It is a standard tactic for a regime that cannot survive without outside help to try and grab the attention of the international community by any
means possible. But the tactic is liable to produce diminishing returns and requires constant raising of the stakes. Pyongyang is now trying to scare
South Korean workers out of the inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex and has warned foreign diplomatic missions to evacuate by Wednesday.
By now South Korea, the U.S., China, Japan and Russia all know what Pyongyang is aiming for. It offered "assistance" for diplomatic missions in
evacuating their personnel out of Pyongyang, but the U.K. dismissed it as "rhetoric" and the Russian and Brazilian embassies said there are no signs
of an impending emergency.
wonder what they will say come the 10th, wonder if they have the same response.
I do not intend to have this as a Propaganda , nor a "lets here it for china" thread.
this is just to see if China is once and for all done with DPRK and Un, or will they come to the aid of Un when it becomes time, this is still unknown
and it is just opinions and editorials, no official word as of yet, but seeing it in the news, is a plus, and should be of historic value.
edit on 8-4-2013 by bekod because: line edit