[A-List] The Koreas, Joined
toddfboyle at gmail.com
Tue Aug 17 15:47:27 MDT 2010
The Korean people don't want war. They definitely are not into
killing each other. Neither were the Vietnamese. They definitely
had some forms of internal conflict but it was not the genocidal
war ("Total War") practiced by the West. It's interesting to see
their degree of resilience and strength of will, after more than
a century of subjugation since at least 1907 conquest by Japan.
South Korea in particular doesn't mow down its protesters in
a hail of gunfire. This is very cool.
It's a remarkable contrast with a lot of other countries
like Iraq for instance which seems to have come apart at the
seams.. let's just say, some cultures have differing degrees
of immunization against war, against war of particular forms.
IS that historical wisdom from past centuries and millennia of war?
Or something deeper in the spiritual heritage,
At 12:38 PM 8/17/2010, Suzanne de Kuyper wrote:
>South Korea, two days ago, formally asked North Korea to join it in
>reunifying the country! Both Clintons will not enjoy that at all.
>Dear Hilary will be privately apoplectic, something she does well
>having practiced frequently in the Arkansas Governor's mansion
>Should they be allowed to join (the U.S. capable of stopping just
>anyone at any time), why the wondeful stick to beat China with,
>war-like unrest in the Koreas, will have vanished!
>NATOs intelligence services, now vast, added to Israel and U.S.
>intelligence services, uncountable, may quash that move to Asian
>peace, maybe not.
>Whatever, the War Empire is being countered. Peacefully. Suzanne
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