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2017 Nordkorea
#51
Ein Experte von welcher Partei? CSU. Alle Achtung. Bayrisch-bodenständige Vernunft.



Zurückhaltung nach Nordkoreas Bombentest"Das ist wie beim Mikado"

Früher habe der UN-Sicherheitsrat geschlossen auf Nordkoreas Atomvorstöße reagiert. Jetzt habe jeder Angst, sich zuerst zu bewegen, beobachtet der CSU-Bundestagsabgeordnete und Korea-Experte Hartmut Koschyk. An Gesprächen mit Nordkorea führe jetzt kein Weg mehr vorbei, sagte er im Dlf.

Hartmut Koschyk im Gespräch mit Dirk-Oliver Heckmann




http://www.deutschlandfunk.de/zurueckhal..._id=395026
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#52
There are no military solutions to the Korea crisis – Whatever happened to “America First”?

North Korea is developing nuclear weapons as a deterrence against a U.S. invasion / attack. North Korea restarted its nuke program after Bush’s “Axis of Evil” speech in 2002 and accelerated it after Obama took out Gaddafi and attacked Syria with al-Qaeda terrorists in 2011.
Kim wants to stay in power and preserve his regime. Kim is a despot but he is not suicidal. North Korea and his regime would get wiped out if he attacked the U.S. or anywhere else & Kim would be dead.
China has already stated that if Kim attacks first, China will stand aside but if the U.S. attacks first, China will prevent the U.S. from Regime Changing North Korea.
As Steve Bannon recently and correctly stated there is no military solution to North Korea. North Korea has 20,000 long range artillery pieces buried in the hills along the border, 8,000 of which can reach South Korea’s capital Seoul with a population of 10 million. The U.S. has over 30,000 troops stationed near the border who would be sitting ducks if war breaks out.

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Koreans and 10,000 U.S. troops would get killed in the first hour, if the U.S. started a war on North Korea.
In addition there is a sizable risk of North Korea smuggling some sort of basic nuke into South Korea or Japan on board a boat or container ship and exploding it near Seoul or Tokyo causing millions of deaths.
If the U.S. chose to try and take out North Korea’s artillery with nukes this would result in nuclear fallout across South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, and North East China, which would eventually cross the Pacific Ocean and poison Hawaii, and the West Coasts of the U.S., Canada and Mexico
N.B. the THAAD missile defense system is not designed to protect South Korea or Japan. It is designed to take out what’s left of Chinese nuclear missiles after a first strike by the United States. China knows this and wants the U.S. THAAD missiles taken out of South Korea.
N.B2 The North Koreans have been indoctrinated for 60 years to absolutely hate the Imperialist Yankees and their “lapdog Imperialist lackeys in South Korea”.
They also remember, and are constantly reminded of, the complete devastation caused to North Korea by American carpet bombing in the 1950-53 War.
Most of North Korea looked like it had been nuked like Hiroshima.
A picture of Pyongyang from this time.

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Even if the U.S. managed to forcibly Regime Change North Korea and install a U.S. or South Korean puppet, the 1.5 million strong Korean Army has been trained to mount a sustained guerilla war against South Korea and any other U.S. assets or allies. Estimates predict something like 300,000 North Koreans fighting a 30 year long Guerilla War against the U.S. occupation of Korea. (See ISIS and Syria/Iraq times 10.)

The only solution to the Korea crisis is a complete withdrawal of all American forces in South Korea which are the main obstacle to peace and let the Koreans sort it out for themselves.
Neither the North or South Koreans want to commit suicide by starting a war.
With an economy 45 times greater than the North’s, South Korea is more than capable of defending itself from any threats.
China and Russia have proposed that the first step in a peace process should be “a double freeze”.
North Korea should freeze its nuclear and missile development in return for the ending of the massive U.S. and South Korea military drills practicing to attack North Korea which occur every year. North Korea already supports such a proposal.
During the period circa 1996 to the early 2000’s there was somewhat of a thaw in the Cold War between North and South Korea with a freezing of North Korea’s nuclear program and the development of cross border family visits, some trade, and some start up investments in North Korea factories in a Development Zone near the border. GW Bush made sure to put an end to this thaw and once again increase the tensions.
Korea’s “Sunshine Policy”: How Bush Jr Quashed the Movement for Korean Reunification
http://www.globalresearch.ca/koreas-suns...ea/5585282
South Korea’s new President Moon Jae-in was elected in May 2017 on a promise to improve relations with North Korea and revive Korea’s Sunshine Policy of a decade ago.
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/m...-president
This has now flown out the window with the recent escalation of tensions.
The U.S.occupation of Korea is NOT to protect South Korea. The U.S. presence makes the South Koreans LESS safe as it increases the tensions and possibility of war on the peninsula.
The U.S. occupation of South Korea is part of the encirclement of China with U.S. military bases to maintain tensions between the Superpowers and thus maintain the profits of the U.S. Arms Industry and private Military Contractors.
This policy costs U.S. taxpayers hundreds of billions of dollars a year which would be much better spent at home.
Whatever happened to “America First”?

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http://investmentwatchblog.com/there-are...ica-first/

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#53
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North Korea Videos - StimmeKoreas
The channel has been taken down by Youtube - after 7 years!


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#54
What killed Otto Warmbier? Coroner's report only deepens mystery

http://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/201...704656001/

Tracheotomie. Rettung nach Suizidversuch?
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#55
Zum Fall Kim Chol, angeblich Kim Jong Nam, ein Artikel kurz nach dem Mord, der ein interessantes Licht auf die Frage cui bono wirft.

https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2017/0...d8Gb7VCTqA

While it isn’t one of North Korea’s key diplomatic partners, Malaysia has been one of the few places in the world where North Koreans could travel without a visa. As a result, for years, it has been a quiet destination for Northerners looking for jobs, schools and business deals.

That could all change after Kim’s death.

Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said the visa-free arrangement with North Korea will be scrapped starting Monday for national security reasons.
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#56
http://m.spiegel.de/gesundheit/diagnose/...79731.html

Vom Wahrheitsgehalt der Geschichte abgesehen: Datenschutz scheint in südkoreanischen Krankenhäusern keine hohe Priorität zu haben.
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