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This post was edited by abcfirst at 2017-8-31 14:37|
When the President of South Korea declared that the US must obtain his permission before it can attack North Korea, everyone was surprised at his dovishness towards the North, and his firmness toward his biggest ally, America. It was not made clear by Moon as to where he got the right to prevent America from making a pre-emptive attack on a regime that has threatened to bring mass destruction to its citizens in Guam, and its soldiers stationed in South Korea and in Japan. Kim had made it easy for Trump to invoke self-defense in attacking North Korea, even pre-emptively - almost as if Kim were begging for it. Trump was rightfully leary of this gambit of Kim's, knowing that the price he would have to pay for it would be astronomical, enough to break America's dominance of the Asian Pacific region, but also enough to destroy Trump's chances of getting re-elected in 2020.
Thus, it came as a double surprise, when South Korea angrily exploded four super bombs that were explicitly declared by the Moon government to be intended to decapitate North Korea by targeting Kim, no less. The triggering event for this show of force was the North's egregious show of force in lobbing an intermediate range missile over the air space of Japan which sent the Japanese citizens scampering for shelter, and the Japanese leaders shuddering at the thought that this time, it might be all for real. Unreported in the mainstream media is the broadside that the North Korean government made against Japan while announcing its missile test, that it was intended to coincide with the 107th anniversary of the Japan-Korea Annexation Treaty of 1910 which fell on August 29, precisely meant to strike fear into the hearts of the Japanese people.
The response of South Korea to the latest North Korean provocation against Japan is fabulously enlightening.
Whereas America has been extremely solicitous of the welfare of the eleven million South Koreans who would be directly in harm's way were another Korean War to erupt, it suddenly became apparent, the South Korean government is not half as worried or concerned!
In fact, like the North Koreans, the South Koreans are now begging the North to resort to war. All for the love of whom? South Koreans? Not likely, as they would be the ones to suffer the most from another war. Americans? Hardly, as their soldiers would end up being victims of their civil war. Japan? Oh yes, and why not?
The previous Park regime was headed by the elder Park who was a citizen of Japan, and an officer of the Imperial Japanese Army, stationed in Manchuria. The government he headed, and recently revived by his daughter who was also President, until very recently, shared his allegiance and loyalty to Japan, which was his motherland. Therefore, the threat of North Korea against Japan was intolerable for the South Korean government. It was the equivalent of a threat to their own mother.
And thus, the real role of South Korea in this crisis becomes crystal clear. It is to serve as the loyal force of the Japanese empire, not of its American protectors, to the point of sacrificing itself by triggering a war with the North Korea, if that is the only way to make America destroy this threat to the Japanese motherland, even at the cost of the North destroying most of South Korea. It is the secret Japanese Kamikaze Army in Korea, or acts as such for all purposes and intents.
Because of this new understanding of South Korean loyalties, to Japan above its own people, and above its protector, America, it is now quite likely that as the nuclear capability of North Korea increases by leaps and bounds, that any day now, South Korea could unilaterally initiate a massive offensive against the North, even at the cost of its own demise, if it is likely to lead America to destroy North Korea in response, and spare Japan the risk of nuclear destruction. Kim may be irrational but he still wants to live. Japan is rational and also wants to live, which can be achieved through an American offensive, and defensively through South Korea absorbing the blows from the North. South Korea is also rational, and in accordance with its programmed priorities, will chose to be destroyed, in order to save Japan, as a loyal soldier is duty-bound to do.