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The Young and the Restless North Korea

the young and the restless north korea

by Adam Weatherall

April 5 2013

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            Lately the usually reclusive, forbidden kingdom of North Korea has started stirring up the waters between South Korea and their allies in the United States making the geopolitical world between the two nations seem a bit more like a soap opera than real life. With all the heated talk going on between D.P.R.K and the United States it’s easy to see the last few weeks ramblings as just more of the same, but is it? And even more importantly should I be prepping my S.H.T.F bag in anticipation of the current dung about to be flung our way? This issue has been trending because it certainly seems to have some news hounds all a twitter with the ominous drum beats of war, and therefore focusing on the young tyrant’s rhetoric. “As the world turns” what draws attention to our current calamity caused by Kim Jong Un is that more than just words, actions by either side have followed. The long held armistice has been torn up. Troops have been moved to the southern border as well as artillery and drones. The industrial zone at Kaesong, the area which is used as a political thermometer between the two nations, is now ordered to be vacated by April 10th. The “young and restless” leader has even recently given his troops a general order to use nuclear weapons on U.S forces. The most disturbing news of all is the D.P.R.K has started moving an Unha 3 rocket to their easternmost border. All of this might have you wondering are these really “the days of our lives”?

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    What’s particularly problematic about our present predicament is that either side has up to this point only exchanged words. However at a certain point, as with all banter before a brawl, proverbially speaking someone will either back down or throw a punch. There will essentially be no way for the D.P.R.K leader to back down and still maintain his tyrannical grasp on his starving nation. His omnipotent control over the nation is based on his people’s fear of the government’s sinister actions that have been routinely exemplified to the public since the onset of his family’s rule. In essence, the young leader will soon have to put up or shut up and let his actions speak louder than words. His greatest fear, as with any tyrant, is the loss of control. More than anything the republic hopes the Arab Spring doesn’t turn into an Asian Summer. As a “guiding light” for how the unpredictable Kim Jong Un might behave in a situation, one might take into perspective the case of Ri Sol-ju. The less than great leader’s one time singer/current kidnapped wife, formerly of the Pochonbo Electronic Ensemble, was reported missing by various different media outlets before it was announced she was now Kim Jong Un’s new bride. This leader is used to getting what he wants when he wants it and is not accustomed to compromise. And though all this might sound as news straight from the set of “Another World” it’s no reason to head to twitter and craft your snarkiest 140 character comeback to the apparent joke that are North Korean weapons of mass destruction. And we must remember that Kim Jong Il left his son two things; one a lust for the destruction of the United states and secondly an actual nuclear arsenal consisting of 15-27 working warheads.

    As we sit here perched on “The edge of the Night” and wait for what could be our atomic annihilation, we are comforted by newsmen who say that North Korea doesn’t yet have the technology to mount a warhead to a rocket capable of reaching mainland U.S.A. But there are several disturbing points I believe left out of most people’s assumption of the situation. The first being the Unha-3 rocket, also known as the Galaxy 3 rocket. While initial reports specified one rocket was being moved that figure has quickly shifted from one to several. And though the reported range of this rocket is only 4 km it can be modified with advanced guidance technology to reach distances of 15 km putting not just U.S targets in the Pacific at risk but also all of America’s west coast. Experts scoff at the D.P.R.K’s ability to achieve a nuclear strike on the continental U.S specifically because of their lack of satellite guidance. However, on December 11, 2012, according to NORAD- “[In reference to a rocket launched] Initial indications are that the first stage fell into the Yellow Sea. The second stage was assessed to fall into the Philippine Sea. Initial indications are that the missile deployed an object that appeared to achieve orbit.” That “object” put into “orbit” combined with a lighter nuclear warhead tested on February 13th 2013, could be the first step in North Korea’s more advanced nuclear arsenal. An Arsenal that at least on paper could be the kindling needed to start World War 3.

    While It is not yet time to head for the hills it might be a good idea to at least map out a route to your nearest “General Hospital”. The international community is still waiting for China, North Korea’s most important ally, to weigh in decisively. At this point it seems to be drawing Beijing and Washington closer together. Recently, their tenuous but prosperous trading partnership has been under stress. But a common destination often times builds shared pathways. Some Chinese have called the alliance between the two nations outdated but as recently as 2009 their alliance was re-affirmed, and as recently as May 2012 agreements have been signed between the two. Making the relationship between the three nations seem more like a bitter love triangle a la “The Bold and The Beautiful”. All of this has me searching for life’s remote, hoping to return to the blazing banality of politics that c-span usually delivers. As for now, I have had enough of this real life “Soap” and I’m heading to bed. Hopefully I have left you a little more well informed. Despite the current chaos, as always, I’m sure Logic Will Prevail.

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Adam Weatherall
Adam Weatherall
Adam Weatherall is the political correspondent for PowerFist.Us a company whose mission is to spread truth and justice to all within it's reach, but more specifically to cover news stories that are often times pushed aside by larger media organizations.

  • Cole

    This frightens me more than I was frightened before…

  • Jackson Gunn

    as of this morning North Korea I believe has asked the Russian Government To vacate their embassies in South Korea… none of this “rhetoric” seems to be as purposeful as incursions to peace by his father…

    • Lorenzo

      They probably won’t even know you’re chneise unless you talk to them. You can go to a korean college right? Some colleges accept foreigners. Well as long as you go to school or work and you’re friendly, you should make a friend easily. You can meet big bang if you go to a concert You’re not gonna see then just walking on the streets, unless you are lucky.

  • Adam Weatherall

    Since yesterdays post they have moved several rockets to their eastern most coast, it is expected they will test launch one or more of the rockets soon. They have also warned all foreign embassies with staff at their capitol that they might not be safe after April 10th. All of this is disconcerting especially factoring in the closing of Kaesong , North Korea is actually giving up g.d.p by shooting it down

    • Daffa

      “Maybe. If you get this from Youtube or blogs, these are the kind of “fun” conclusions that raelry match reality.”i started noticing this 10 years ago when i first heard of yoshihiro akiyama, a japanese guy who is actually korean. he was considered extremely cool, manly, and stylish, to the point where his nickname was “sexyama” in japan and i didn’t even realize he was korean until following his career for a while, because there was absolutely no blowback in japan about this guy for being korean. aren’t they supposed to not like koreans who dare to live in japan? yet this guy was a judo idol. a fourth generation korean immigrant who is required to carry ID at all times, yet has a japanese name, competes for japan in judo, and has a fanbase? after a while it started to get hard to believe that the average japanese person on the street really had that low of an opinion of koreans.i do know the korean music wave has changed the opinion of the chinese about the koreans. at least the chinese under 30, the average person is a lot more likely to think the koreans are better looking, neater, cleaner, and more sophisticated. which is true, although media projection, as it always does, accounts for a lot of this change in attitude.don’t get me wrong. i know these guys hate each other. it’s a long running deal. china and japan are in a major hate fest right now which is not really being reported in the US. north korea and china are allies only out of convenience. the chinese tried to wipe out the koreans for thousands of years, which is why the koreans are so insular and why there are only like 200 last names in all of korea – this was their evolved genetic defense mechanism to resist the endless pressure of the han to genetically assimilate them. if koreans weren’t that racist, they would have ceased to be korean centuries ago and they would just be more chinese people now. they’re outnumbered 20 to 1 by the han and share a land border with them – that usually doesn’t go well.

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