Are U.S. & ‘Enemies’ Ready for WW3: Is China Abandoning North Korea?

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 17:32 PM
April 8, 2013

    China’s new president, Xi Jinping, finally stepped up to the international plate to criticize North Korea for its continuous vituperative bullying toward South Korea, the United States and their allies in the Pacific rim. Or is the story deeper?

This weekend, Above Top quotes XI Jinping implications for North Korea as:“No messing one up for yourself and the world,’ XI said, he did not name specific countries point out. ‘Countries, big or small, strong or weak, rich or poor, should be the defender and promoter of peace.’”

In ‘Detecting Shift, U.S. Makes Case to China on North Korea,’ Mark Landler of the New York Times denotes:  “ . . . detecting what it sees as a shift in decades of Chinese support for North Korea,” the White House “is pressuring China’s new president, Xi Jinping, to crack down on the regime in Pyongyang.”

Former governor of New Mexico, as well as former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Bill Richardson, is one of the few television talking heads who has the experience of negotiating with North Korea leaders.

He theorized yesterday on ‘Meet the Press’ that the North’s new president, Kim Jung Un, is actually testing South Korea’s Korea’s new president, Park Geun-hye, who is also new on the job.  But is there another layer to this intrigue?

Un may simply be expressing male chauvinism. Park Geun-hye was recently elected as her nation’s first female leader.  If Richardson is correct, Un is angered that a woman leads the prosperous South, while he heads the impoverished North.
That would be emotional enough.  But another reading of the tea leaves indicates that China is ready to abandon North Korea altogether, and is implying that Un should take steps to merge with its neighbor to the South.

Lander reveals the warm welcome that China’s Premier sent to the South Korean leader:  “Mr. Xi spoke by phone with the new president of South Korea . .  telling Ms. Park how much China prized its ties with South Korea and offering China’s assistance in the ‘reconciliation and cooperation’ of the two Koreas.”

Yet, while Deng Yuwen, deputy editor of a Communist Party journal was supposedly fired for these publicly stated sentiments, nonetheless he wrote in ‘The Financial Times’:  “Beijing should give up on Pyongyang and press for the reunification of the Korean Peninsula.”  Are not both men saying the same thing?

Added to that: as starving North Koreans try crossing China’s border to beg for food and assistance, heavily manned Chinese soldiers offered no solace and forced them to return home.  How’s that for an ally’s treatment?

Thus, Un could feel trapped: abandoned by China, his assumed protector, heavily weighed down by United Nations sanctions, greatly out-armed by the U.S.,  with all the guys on the woman’s side.

Anyone knows a cornered rat will fight to the death!  As axis and allies history world war warns, such entrapment can easily start World War III.  Indeed if Un were a Christian, he would know that they only time the word ‘betrayed’ is used in Scripture it refers to Judas Iscariot, the greatest betrayer in human history!

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