UNSC: Proxy Wars, Propaganda and Prevarications

Bhavya Pandey of the Korean Central News Agency analyses the Korean situation in the United Nations Security Council.

The United States of America and the Republic of Korea have maintained a mutually dependent relationship marked by military, strategic, political and economic favors. Military drills conducted annually have become almost a tradition in the amicable relations between the USA and Republic of Korea. While the United States of America benefits from the strategic location of Republic of Korea, using it as a stepping stone to station its troops in the region and keeping a check on Japan, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, and People’s Republic of China – all of which can be accessed from the Korean Peninsula. Apart from United States of America’s self preservative motives, the Republic of Korea benefits from this symbiotic relationship by playing the role of a vagrant, always in need of something or the other.

The United States of America provides the market for South Korean white goods including electronics, IT equipment and automobiles which are quite popular with American consumers. Both countries scratch the others back with USA using the Republic of Korea to derail the high levels of development and advancement: nuclear, military and otherwise.

In the situation where the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) countries, led by United States of America, have committed the ‘accidental’ demise of 55 civilians in Syria by conducting unsanctioned airstrikes over the city of Aleppo, thus breached the sovereignty of Syria in the process. In light of the state of affairs, the Republic of Korea has severed all ties with its largest and most generous ally: United States of America.

By the first of July 2012, quite contrarily to the statements by the Republic of Korea, the military drills between the two countries had resumed, raising eyebrows. The Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un, instantly recognizing the potential threat that this may bring to the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, decided to take action. In an open act of retaliation and defiance to the dirty western influence on the Korean Peninsula, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea blocked the exit of 400 South Korean workers in the Kaisong Industrial Complex, 7 kilometers away from the Republic of Korea-Democratic People’s Republic of Korea borders. These workers were stranded in the complex without food or water for days.

As a solution to this crisis, the absolutely inept and dense delegate of Republic of Korea agreed to ‘reunite the Korean Peninsula under the superior administration of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’; this action was met with varied responses from the Council. But Kim Jong-Un suspected the authenticity of the Republic of Korea’s promises.

Timely action in keeping the workers locked up until further notice and the firm steps taken by the Supreme Leader in order to secure the nation show how he was astutely able to see through the shallow ploy of the Republic of Korea and United States of America which involved first staging apparent submission and then initiating proxy wars along with their baseless propaganda.

This fabrication on the part of Republic of Korea and the wary attitude of Democratic People’s Republic of Korea was confirmed when a communiqué, intercepted on the fifth of July between the United States of America and Republic of Korea confirmed that this, in fact, was a plot of the two countries to overthrow Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and capture their land.

Not that past incidents claim otherwise, but the purposeless discourse in the United Nations Security Council and the meddlesome, probing United States confirm the destabilizing motives the United States of America has in mind for all countries which do not come under its wing or do not kneel down before it.

The fact that it could not come to terms with the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s unprecedented independence, affluence and prosperity, the nation got cold feet and initiated a proxy war, not even daring to face the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s might head on.

 

 

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