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Post time 2017-10-8 09:55:24 |Display all floors
This post was edited by Ted180 at 2017-10-7 20:57
abcfirst Post time: 2017-10-7 14:55
REGARDLESS OF HOW NORTH KOREA AND SOUTH KOREA WANT TO SEE THEMSELVES, THE FACT IS THAT FROM A GEOPOL ...

I don't quite agree. From my geopolitical viewpoint ALL of Korea will be "a part of China" - just like Canada and  Mexico are "parts of the USA". This nasty problem will not be solved until everyone (including the USA) comes to accept that reality. And I would add: Japan is too small to be a global power like China and the USA. It must learn to coexist with both powers.
Without World Government we are DOOMED.

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Post time 2017-10-8 21:54:17 |Display all floors
Yin_99 Post time: 2017-10-8 09:26
N.Korea has to wake up and get ready for its future development path, no other country could always  ...

  All we have to do is nuke North Korea, period.

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Post time 2017-10-9 07:48:04 |Display all floors
KOREA IS NOT JUST A GATEWAY TO CHINA, BUT ALSO TO THE PAST, AND TO THE FUTURE

Kim is a royal family line that originated from Silla which absorbed Goguryeo, that under the name of Jin Dynasty nearly conquered Southern Sung, but was in turn defeated by the Mongols in 1234.  The Jin Dynasty revived itself in 1616, and changed its name to Qing, before invading Beijing in 1644, and from thence, ruled over China until 1912.  Thus, in a sense, China became a part of Korea from 1644 to 1912 through the lineage of the Kim branch in Manchuria, which traced its lineage to Silla, even as Qing (before its conquest of China) and Korea were opposed to each other, with the latter siding with Ming which helped Korea repel the Japanese invasion at that time, but eventually, Korea became a tributary of Qing when it rose to become the master of all China.

The interactions between China and Korea, via the Manchu, Goguryeo, Silla connections, show that Korea, geopolitically speaking is a part of the Greater China, and even owned all of China, by the way.

Japan tried to annex Korea in the past and failed, but finally succeeded by defeating the Qing Dynasty and forcing China to renounce all claims of suzerainty over Korea in 1895, and thence forcing Korea's king to cede sovereignty to the emperor of Japan in 1910, after de facto ruling it with an iron fist from 1895 to 1910, which explained the lack of resistance at that time, except amongst the Korean patriots taking shelter in the north and inside China.

By claiming sovereignty over Korea by treaty of 1910, and over Manchu's last emperor Puyi crowned by the Japanese on March 1, 1934, who swore his allegiance to the Japanese emperor, Japan had laid the groundwork for annexation of not just Korea, but now, also all of China, by the Japanese empire.  This execution of the grand plan of Tanaka is what brought Japan to war with America eventually in 1941, and will be a key factor in how it will use Trump's fear if being the president who allowed North Korea to become a nuclear power, to reverse modern history, since by doing nothing, or by scheming to embroil America in a war it cannot really win against Korea and China, it is risking its entire nation, and so Abe might as well go for the glory.

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Post time 2017-10-9 09:24:31 |Display all floors
abcfirst Post time: 2017-10-9 07:48
KOREA IS NOT JUST A GATEWAY TO CHINA, BUT ALSO TO THE PAST, AND TO THE FUTURE

Kim is a royal family ...

  R u from  Korea? Who told you that  the Jin Dynasty was ruled by Korean people? It had nothing to do with them, okay? Stop garbling such historical facts on a Chinese website heaving with Chinese learners. You seem to be trying to stultify their minds by posting such stuff full of misinformation and blinkered views.

  Who sent you? Your King Kim?

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Post time 2017-10-9 09:38:02 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abcfirst at 2017-10-9 09:38

TB, your feigned fluency in English puts you right in HK.  

Ignorance is no excuse for stupidity.

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Post time 2017-10-9 09:46:45 |Display all floors
abcfirst Post time: 2017-10-9 09:38
TB, your feigned fluency in English puts you right in HK.  

Ignorance is no excuse for stupidity.

  At least I'm not a poser and pseud like you, abcfirst.  Go find a copy editor before posting such bilge. You could consider begging Trump's foreign wife to edit your articles for you since she happens to be another showboat like you.  

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Post time 2017-10-9 09:51:01 |Display all floors
abcfirst Post time: 2017-10-9 09:38
TB, your feigned fluency in English puts you right in HK.  

Ignorance is no excuse for stupidity.

  I can't imagine learned people living in Hongkong would toss out such bollocks and write like a person who is jungli, in the words of some Indian city folk.

  You are a hoot.

  

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