On April 28, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told the UN that North Korea “must dismantle its nuclear missile programs” before the U.S. “can even consider talks.”
Why hasn’t the Kim Jong-Un regime responded with open arms and shouts of joy for this generous and fair-minded proposal from Uncle Sam?
Maybe it’s because North Korea not only has first-hand knowledge of U.S. “diplomacy,” but it can point to the grisly consequences that happen to regimes that do not have nuclear capabilities when they fall out of favor with the Washington warmongers. Serbia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, and Syria are just some recent examples.
Nor does North Korea have to look around the globe for what the U.S. does to nations without nuclear arsenals, but can recall events which took place not so far away. For more than a decade, America mercilessly pulverized the little, defenseless country of Vietnam. Despite the destruction and mass murder inflicted, it was to no avail except, of course, to line the pockets of arms manufactures while American citizens were drained of their wealth and blood.
Or simply, Kim Jong-Un can look at his nation’s own history and see how the U.S. treated it prior to it becoming nuclear. In the “police action” of 1950-‘53, American coalition forces killed over 3 million North Koreans and dropped more bombs on the country than were used on Japan in World War II according to international war crimes lawyer Christopher Black.
And, why would North Korea or, for that matter, anyone else have any faith in diplomatic agreements with the U.S., which consistently violates terms of international accords and often complains afterwards when agreements are reached. The latest example is President Trump carping that Iran is not living up to the “spirit” of the nuclear deal concluded under the Obummer administration and signed off on by six major world powers.
North Korea, as well as the rest of the world which is not bribed or threatened by the U.S. Deep State, is certainly aware that the two American-Iraqi Wars had their origins due to American duplicity. While it originally gave Saddam Hussein permission to intervene in Kuwait, the U.S. then reneged, blaming the Iraqi strongman, which thus laid the groundwork for his murder and the country’s destruction.
Not only can North Korea look to the murderous and duplicitous U.S. foreign policy record, but it can point to how the American state has killed its own citizens from its involvement in the take down of the World Trade Center, to the gassing and slaughter of men, women and children at Waco, Texas. Moreover, the federal government and now local authorities are terrorizing their citizens with increasing regularity via a number of false flag events and drills.
By all means, the Kim Jong-Un regime should come to its senses and acquiesce to U.S. demands.
Unfortunately, because it is an authoritarian society based on the immoral and economically unworkable system of communism, North Korea is unable to make an ethical case against the hypocrisy of the U.S., which accuses Syria and others of human rights violations yet has allowed the slaughter of some 40 million innocent babies since the legalization of abortion in 1973. Moreover, in another societal-wrecking and depraved act, the U.S. Supreme Court has sanctioned sodomy, one of the four sins that cry to heaven for vengeance.
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