The United States is the aggressor in Asia. As a capitalist country, it requires wars to fuel its sagging boom or bust economy, and in
Trump wants North Korea destroyed (and capitalised), and Russia to be a subordinate branch of the EU, as a means to spread US-style domination around the globe. In reality, however, it is the US that wants war, and North Korea that wants peace.
Indeed, this fallacious story was subsequently used to direct the ROC Parliament – to as quickly as possible – pass a law that would create an ROC-version of the US ‘Patriot Act’. This would involve the restricting of ROC civil liberties under the guise of ‘fighting terrorism’ – a terrorist threat that does not exist.
According to both Russian and Chinese language sources, in 2002, the then leader of North Korea – Kim Jong Il – publically acknowledged that ‘rogue’ elements within the intelligence services of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) had initiated a programme of ‘kidnapping’ a non-specified number of Japanese citizens – but that the upper echelons of the DPRK government at the time had not been involved or informed.
Most of these incursions were carried-out by highly aggressive ROK troops that had been specially trained and indoctrinated against Communism by US Advisor’s.
North Korean leader salutes Fidel Castro.