Iran's Mentor, NoKorea
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NoKorea mentoring Iran,
Iran is an astute student of NoKorea's demented leader.
So far Iran has learned one can test nukes with impunity,
if one has a nuke capability.
Or even torpedo another Navys ship killing all on board
If one has nukes you can get away with an act of war,
even attacking and killing your nemesis.
A very useful function for intimating other ME countries
when building a regimes caliphate.
The ability to act unilaterally with out repercussions.
This has the Qods dancing all night, dreaming of the
But what does one do when the leader of a nuke power
has gone around the bend, is mentally incompetent?
One option is to make news in roads to the captive public
in NoKorea, let the people discover just how bad they really have
it. Flood the country with free radios, cell phones, internet.
The Info war NoKorea wages against its own people is
comprehensive, and the propaganda is over whelming.
How long will China stick by a mentally deranged leader?
How cheaply can China pick up NoKorea's natural resources?
How tightly can China lock NoKorea into a parasitic grasp?
At what point would the NoKorea people or military revolt,
at 50% starvation? 75%?
Why doesn't China fear a deranged nuclear power on its
border? Why does China feel so secure?
The situation continues to deteriorate ,
the world maybe dealing with a certifiable
China wants to avoid a conflict on the Korean peninsula, and is concerned that taking South Korea’s side may provoke North Korea into further escalations and even lead to war, said Shen Dingli, vice dean of the Institute of International Affairs at Shanghai’s Fudan University.
“North Korea is dying, and we can make things worse,” Shen said. “We have assumed North Korea is not a rational actor.”
Kim’s regime, which has been relying on handouts since the mid-1990s, is suffering from worsening shortages of goods after its botched currency revaluation late last year. Academics including Rudiger Frank, professor of East Asian Economy and Society at the University of Vienna, said that was aimed at rolling back an experiment with free markets that had loosened the state’s control over jobs, food and patronage.
The UN World Food Program said this month its food aid to North Korea will run out by the end of next month.