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Posted 9/26/17 , edited 9/29/17
It seems like the War of Words between two crazy leaders, Kim Jong Un of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea) and President Donald J. Trump of the USA won't end. But based off of what I have been reading about as this crisis rages on, and what politicians from all factions and nations say, I have formulated my own solution on how both parties can end hostilities with each other, and prevent a hot war.

First, and foremost: North Korea must deconstruct all of its nuclear and ballistic missiles and halt further testings of both weapon systems. This would obviously benefit both the PRC (People's Republic of China, North Korea's neighbor to the north), and the ROK (Republic of Korea, a.k.a South Korea).

Step two: US forces will halt all military exercises, and must cease and desist from the 38th parallel. (The DeMilitarized Zone, the border of North and South Korea) China worries that if the USA and the South Korean's defeat the North in a future war, South Korea then borders China, and the US troops then border China as well. this would, in theory, threaten China, and a border dispute may happen, and there will be a second Cold War between China and the USA. Obviously not ideal at all.

Step Three: China oversees peacekeeping operations on the 38th parallel instead of the USA. This would threaten North Korea and Kim Jong un way less than the US has. According to the official mission of the PLA (People's Liberation Army), one of their objectives is to maintain global peace, and by replacing US peacekeepers that leave South Korea, then they will still border with North Korea rather than South Korea, so in my opinion, this step is a win-win.

And lastly, step four: North Korea must end all hostilities with South Korea and the USA. Technically, the Korean War never ended; to restore peace in Asia, it is paramount that a treaty be written, and the DMZ be deconstructed, and have diplomacy be our sword and shield.

People will be like "Oh no this won't work at all! this is a stupid idea!!" or "you're just spoon-feeding North Korea and China!!" but ask yourself this: do you want to prevent a war, or not? I ask everyone this: what other alternatives are there that can prevent the crisis from becoming one of fire and blood? You miss 100% of the shots you never take, and I believe all involved parties in this crisis would benefit if they follow my four step plan.
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Posted 9/26/17 , edited 9/27/17

AirMarshall wrote:
People will be like "Oh no this won't work at all! this is a stupid idea!!"


Yeah, they will. Because if this situation was that simple it would've been taken care of by now.
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Posted 9/26/17 , edited 9/27/17
i too have a theory about the solution to the problem in North Korea
there is no solution
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Posted 9/26/17 , edited 9/27/17

North Korea must deconstruct all of its nuclear and ballistic missiles and halt further testings of both weapon systems.

it's almost as if this is the crux of the issue that Trump and previous Presidents tried to convince N Korea but failed.
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Posted 9/26/17 , edited 9/27/17

namealreadytaken wrote:


North Korea must deconstruct all of its nuclear and ballistic missiles and halt further testings of both weapon systems.

it's almost as if this is the crux of the issue that Trump and previous Presidents tried to convince N Korea but failed.

I wanted to say something along the lines of "You've cracked the case.", but I decided to let the topic at least have the opportunity for some discourse before I introduced my sarcasm.
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Posted 9/26/17 , edited 9/28/17
It isn't the USA's fault that China can't control their dog. They want a buffer between them and South Korea, they need to discipline their pet dictator who finds threats to himself and his ill gotten reign in his morning child prostitute.

So, no. That won't work at all. It's an idea so beyond stupid that it could not be categorized as such even if it were improved.
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Posted 9/26/17 , edited 9/27/17
"Democratic People's Republic of Korea" really? I like how these people tend use fancy words for "communist". Democratic, People's Republic.

Obama was doing a good job with Iran and Korea when he was president right ? It's been how many years now ? Iran and Korea keep getting on the news about this and that? I guess the spotlight was focused on the hurricanes recently so Korea and Iran did what they can to turn the spotlight back on them again. The media sure loves exploiting fear don't they and tt's getting old. I don't really care anymore since as citizens what we can do about it? living in fear will not do anything either. Go to work and pay bills like any other day. Korea will continue to do what the do like a spoiled brat for attention for another 10+ year.

Wouldn't it be easier if they just attack and get it over with? I think it's obvious that they are seeking attention more than war.




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Posted 9/26/17 , edited 9/27/17
I genuinely believe Kim Jong-Un is afraid of Trump, with his maniacal tweets.
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It is like the republican trump got blue balls to invade some country, but North Korea need democracy seriously.
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IMO, your solutions are two good to be true. First, Nobody from NoKor is willing to talk to anyone about peace or solutions atleast. For one simple reason they don't want to stop their missile test. Second, NoKor and SoKor have been in cold war for centuries. Don't expect them to talk for peace or have tea the next morning. NoKor always threaten neighboring countries about their missiles even before I was born. So, for me NoKor is just threatening I don't actually believe they would fire any to Guam or SoKor. Unless, US started first.
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Posted 9/26/17 , edited 9/27/17

AirMarshall wrote:
ask yourself this: do you want to prevent a war, or not?


At what cost?

War is a cost. Peace is also a cost. I want to pay the lower cost.

If that means turning PDRK into a sheet of glass, fuck it.

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nonspecificscientific wrote:

I genuinely believe Kim Jong-Un is afraid of Trump, with his maniacal tweets.


He has to appear strong or his people (or much more likely, a group of his subordinates) will turn on him and he will be killed, probobly in a pretty horrifically gruesome manner
In a way Kim Jong-Un is just as trapped as his people, not to make a victim of him he isn't, but i certainly don't envy his position
backing somebody like that into a corner is not wise IMO
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Posted 9/26/17 , edited 9/27/17
When I saw the OP saying the Chinese are peace keepers, oh man. That's gold, Commies as peace keepers!
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Posted 9/26/17 , edited 9/27/17

-OlE- wrote:


nonspecificscientific wrote:

I genuinely believe Kim Jong-Un is afraid of Trump, with his maniacal tweets.


He has to appear strong or his people (or much more likely, a group of his subordinates) will turn on him and he will be killed, probobly in a pretty horrifically gruesome manner
In a way Kim Jong-Un is just as trapped as his people, not to make a victim of him he isn't, but i certainly don't envy his position
backing somebody like that into a corner is not wise IMO


I fully agree.
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Posted 9/26/17 , edited 9/27/17

dulun18 wrote:

The media sure loves exploiting fear don't they

Yes.


cdarklock wrote:


AirMarshall wrote:
ask yourself this: do you want to prevent a war, or not?


At what cost?

War is a cost. Peace is also a cost. I want to pay the lower cost.

If that means turning PDRK into a sheet of glass, fuck it.

Kill them! Kill them all because their leader is insane!
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