Korea has been divided into two blocs physically and ideologically since 1945. The division of the twoKoreas in the past 74 years of conflict has been continuous. It has been a battle between free democratic capitalism and the cultic Kim dynasty, which recently threatened the globe with nuclear bombs and missiles, aided by the Xi government as part of its scheme of expansionism.
It is nearly impossible to peacefully unify these two nations due to irreconcilable differences since days of President Truman. In addition President Trump hascome up with the doctrine of complete verifiable irreversible denuclearization (CVID) of North Korea. This doctrine will be the most viable solution not only bring about the peaceful reunification of the two Koreas under a free democratic capitalist system, but also to bring about a balance in northeastern geopolitics as it becomes part of the Indo-Pacific Defense Line.
In the year 2019, it is hoped that by settling the ideological impasse between South and North Korea, then CVID can progress toward implementation. I believe CVID is the best course of action in 2019 to disarm and rehabilitate the North Korean regime. Also South Korea needs to be pulled back to the right perspective in restoring its pro-American position andto align with Japan as a part of an alliance team of the Indo-Pacific Defense Line.
There are two approaches for preparing to execute the strategy of CVID to accomplish the desired results.
The trade war between the U.S. and China is also the best course of action to induce China notonly to discontinue supplying technical nuclear help but also not to get involved in CVID of North Korea initiated by the Trump government.Wall Street now clearly indicates that a trade war between the U.S. and China will help to alleviatethe tension on the Korean peninsula.
Therefore we have to reach the strategic consensus and agreement as part of the trade war that China will not get involved in implementing CVID of North Korea and will allow the U.N.forces, in connection with the U.S. military, to help to disarm and denuclearize North Korea.
In this process two Koreas will finally become one Korea under the auspices of the U.N. Command. A free democratic capitalistic Korea could be part of the alliance of nations of the Indo-Pacific Defense Line. This movement has to develop from within and needs to be supported and developed by citizens of both South and North Korea to bring peace, justice and harmony in northeast Asia.
Initially we need to look for new leaders to help to build a two-country federation by establishing transitional governments for both sides. So far we have not found them. They should come from the indigenous Korean people group, like President Syngman Rhee who was a staunch patriot and pro-American democratic capitalist. They may be somewhere either in North or South Korea, or may be overseas, or in prison. But they should be somewhere where we can be headhunting to find potential leaders.
Everyone in North Korea is required to wear Kim’s pin on the left side of their lapel as a symbol of their commitment to unconditionallyprotect and give undivided loyalty to their Great Leader. There will be a day when people will take the pins off voluntarily after they find outthe truth through deprogramming and rehabilitation.
One small example of the mindset of the people is given by Suki Kim. She is the former English teacher at Pyongyang University of Science and Technology who wrote in her book, Without You, There Is No Us, that the day Kim Jong Il, father of Kim Jung Un died, all the elite graduate students in science on campus become torn that their great leader and the father of the nation, was dead: “It was a moment of grief and intensedespair.“ She said most North Korean people adored and worshipped their ideological god and the family of the Great Leaders.
About 30 per cent of South Koreans have been psychologically and ideologically polluted to regard the Kims as deity and they also need to be deprogrammed. Regretably the Moon government, South Korean media and the National Assembly members do not consider seriously how significant CVID of North Korea and the Indo-Pacific Line can affect the Korean peninsula in northeast Asian geopolitics.
What North Koreans need now is to quench their thirst for news from the outside, which has been blocked from them. They are living like frogs in a deep well and are continuously bombarded with false propaganda on the deity of the Kims. The overall approach we need to have is to help them live as normal human beings. They have been abused from childhood up to adulthood with a brainwashing process of the cultic Kim dynasty that needs to be reversed through unrestricted news coming in from the outsideworld. Exposing the Kims’ cover-ups and lies will be the key to liberating the people from the chains of oppression.
At the present juncture, Japan could get involved by facilitating the Balloon Project which South Korea has halted. In times like this the Japanese government can promote and develop the Balloon Projects on a non-military basis.
The Balloon Project on the sea of the east coastby North Korean refugees living in South Korea could be facilitated by Japanese NGO’s to share outside information with North Koreans. This would help the North Korean people to realize that they are living as slaves to under the Kim regime and consequently expecting their cooperation when CVID is implemented.
SUMMARY: TWO STRATEGICAPPROACHES IN IMPLEMENTING THEDESIRED RESULT OF CVID OF NORTH KOREA
The Balloon Project led by Park Sang Hak, Suzanne Scholte of the Defense Forum Foundation, and Seung Min Kim of VOA has been dynamically effective in letting families of North Korean defectors be aware that there are free and prosperous nations that are very interested in helping North Korea with its physical and material needs. Current intelligence indicates that North Koreans lack radios to monitor any news coming in from outside.
Regrettably, the project has been cut off by the Moon government. The Balloon Project absolutely needs to continue to inform their brothers and sisters in North Korea that there will be a time when Kim’s totalitarian dynasty will fall. This propaganda balloon team has to move to the Third World countries to continue to infiltrate grassroots North Koreans, most of whom are thirsty for any news outside of their prison-like society.
The Save Korea Foundation U.S.A. headed by lawyer Peter Pyung Woo Kim, exists to support and advocate free democratic capitalistic conservative governments for both South and North Korea and to strengthen the historic U.S. alliance in connection with Korea. Its commitment is to see one free independent democratic Korea allied with the U.S. for peace and prosperity of the northeast Asian region.
For those who are interested in helping to aid to provide information to share with those that are under detention in North Korea, please help to promote the Balloon Projects
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