North Korea is China’s “ISIS”

 
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03 September 2017 02:13
 

(Given we’re on the brink of another / the resumption of war… perhaps the last one of our species, I figured it would be timely to clarify the titular point—for those who cannot find North Korea on a map — i.e., 90% of United Statesians)

In much the same way the British once used pirates to attack the Spanish (so has to harass their enemies, while avoiding all-out war) — indeed, how the U.S. / Israel (lit. ‘Zionist Alliance’) have used “terrorists” or “Islamists” to wage its own proxy wars (against Russia, for example) — so, too, have China been using North Korea as the foil for their machinations in the Orient.

Be it the South China Sea; the East China Sea; the lure of annexing Taiwan; the desire to dominate the Western-allied South Korea and Japan and re-establish its Middle Kingdom status etc. — China are, and have been using North Korea as its militaristic intermediary.  It has goaded, even puppeteered, the Orwellian dystopia to harass its immediate enemies; to distract the world from its metastasise in the aforementioned disputed regions (this is how they managed to raise all those artificial, militarised islands, right under the U.S. and co.‘s senseless proboscises); and to generally ruffle and destabilise their global adversaries — something especially evident (and effective) in light of the catatonic discombobulation that has gripped the U.S., since the beginning of this Dumbf era of pea-brained political papacy.

This is why all those so-called “sanctions” [chortles communistically]  have exactly zero effect on anybody but the most penurious, rural, self-cannibalising North Koreas — those who are already the front line victims of the Kim dynasty’s devilry — and why China are constantly calling for “talks” — despite the overall effect amounting to it buying [them] more time to (i) allow the Norks to build genuinely threatening weaponry (with respect to the Occident, that is) and (ii) for China to build up its own warring wares—in time for the predictable fomentation of nationalism, that will be required to re-direct peoples’ ire, when their faux economy collapses and domestic inquietude ensues.

So, to surmise:
Norks = Oriental empire’s ‘pirates’ — employed with the specific purpose of acting as a veil for Sino Machiavelli.  Whether or not the Norks eventually develop weapons that threaten its neighbours and / or the wider world, is immaterial—in China’s epicanthic eyes.  For as long as Dumbf is locked in “fire and fury” blowhard bluster, the likes of which the >80-I.Q. world has never thought it would see, China can continue to ply the same, insidious trade that it has since Clinton gave them carte blanche  with the W.T.O., in the early 90’s.

[ Edited: 03 September 2017 02:19 by Dumaya]
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03 September 2017 07:22
 

Yes and no. NK was originally set up as a buffer state between the capitalist south and Japanese/US influence in the region. But there’s nothing to keep out anymore. China has since become one of the most capitalistic nations on the planet and retains its communist ideals only on certain social levels. China’s current obsession is internal dissent, as they are no longer a closed society.

Right now it’s just Frankenstein’s monster. China has to keep them propped up financially because it needs to save face and because there’s absolutely no question that they, themselves are in North Korean missile range. It should also be noted that China has exactly zero nuclear readiness at the current date, whilst the ‘Norks’ (I love this word) are upwardly mobile in the nuclear game. It’s just safer to have an atomic neighbor as your vassal than to let it become your enemy.

But as far as being the Chinese answer to ‘ISIS’? Nah. Communism isn’t still on its march to become the default world economic model. Hardcore Islam IS actively seeking to supplant all other worldviews (in its own pathetic way). The Norks aren’t currently hurting anyone but themselves. They don’t export their citizens to cause terror abroad.

 
 
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03 September 2017 21:51
 

I do not subscribe to the “Frankenstein monster” theory, any more than I do for Dumbf—with respect to Redbloodlickens.  It not only gives a pass to the Chinese and their myriad sins, but it indicts the U.S. and wider West—with respect to letting the Nork horse bolt as far as it has, and for persisting with laughable slap-on-wrist-with-pussy-willow “sanctions”.

Sure, the Norks might not follow the CCP’s directions in a lock-step fashion — this is a given, in any such relationship.  But they do fulfil an integral role for their Sino enablers — in distracting the already distrait West from their real ‘enemy’.

As for the South-North dynamic: the Chinese would have taken the entire Korean peninsula (*they had NATO push down to Pusan, before the Incheon heroics), were it not for Truman dismissing MacArthur — after the fame general postured nuking Peking, upon seeing 300K of Mao’s minions stream out from the communist dystopia.  That is to say, the Chinese never acquiesced to the status quo that was put in place (the DMZ), and nothing has changed since.

The “capitalist” leanings of China, are thus in economic terms only —- their economic terms.  Be it their pegged / manipulated currency; overblown “man made” GDP figures; ridiculously one-side trade export / import laws et al. — China are playing on as level a capitalistic, market adjudicated model, as Israel are with Palestine.  It’s the greed afflicted West — hopelessly hypnotised by one shekel more —  who have allowed China to ascend at the dangerous speed and in the invidious manner it has.

With respect to China’s intramural information freedoms crack-down: this has more to do with the coming ratcheting-up of nationalist rhetoric, in the face of their economic downturn.  By blocking VPN’s, forcing I.D. checks for online forum posting, disappearing those with dissenting views etc., the CCP can clear the airwaves for daily Kim dynasty-esque trumpeting of the politburo’s line.  A line that will become more and more bellicose, as their North Korean proxy puppets are borne out as such.

[ Edited: 03 September 2017 21:56 by Dumaya]
 
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04 September 2017 10:17
 
Dumaya - 03 September 2017 02:13 AM

In much the same way the British once used pirates to attack the Spanish (so has to harass their enemies, while avoiding all-out war) — indeed, how the U.S. / Israel (lit. ‘Zionist Alliance’) have used “terrorists” or “Islamists” to wage its own proxy wars (against Russia, for example) — so, too, have China been using North Korea as the foil for their machinations in the Orient.

Be it the South China Sea; the East China Sea; the lure of annexing Taiwan; the desire to dominate the Western-allied South Korea and Japan and re-establish its Middle Kingdom status etc. — China are, and have been using North Korea as its militaristic intermediary.  It has goaded, even puppeteered, the Orwellian dystopia to harass its immediate enemies; to distract the world from its metastasise in the aforementioned disputed regions (this is how they managed to raise all those artificial, militarised islands, right under the U.S. and co.‘s senseless proboscises); and to generally ruffle and destabilise their global adversaries — something especially evident (and effective) in light of the catatonic discombobulation that has gripped the U.S., since the beginning of this Dumbf era of pea-brained political papacy.

That’s been my take, too. But this essay on the history behind the Korean peninsula offers a slightly more complicated view: How History Explains the Korean Crisis

The North Korean state, as we have seen, had virtually ceased to exist under the bombing attack. Kim could hope for little help to rebuild it from abroad and sought even less. His policy of self-reliance and militarization were imposed on the country. On the Soviet model of the 1930s, he launched a draconian five-year plan in which virtually all economic resources were nationalized. In the much-publicized Sino-Soviet split, he first sided with the Chinese but, disturbed by the Chinese Cultural Revolution, he swung back to closer relations with the Soviet Union.

In effect, the two neighboring powers had to be his poles. His policy of independence was influential but could not be decisive. To underpin his rule and presumably in part to build the sense of independence of his people, he developed an elaborate personality cult. That propaganda cult survived him. When he died in 1994 at 82 years of age, his body was preserved in a glass case where it became the object of something like a pilgrimage.

I think Russia probably plays a greater role in enabling NK than we realize. Not as much as China, but considerable.

 
 
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Antisocialdarwinist - 04 September 2017 10:17 AM

I think Russia probably plays a greater role in enabling NK than we realize. Not as much as China, but considerable.

Oh!... It’s realised.
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And the propaganda department is ratcheting up the nationalistic rhetoric, too…

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