Skip to comments.Let North Korea Collapse
Posted on 06/16/2014 2:18:00 PM PDT by Citizen Zed
(Snip) the United States and its allies must revise their approach to North Korea. Rather than continue to prop up a government they worry might topple over on its own, they should pursue a tougher version of containment, knowing that that may accelerate the collapse of the Kim regime.
This harder policy would entail trying to cut off all the regimes illicit sources of revenues, including drug smuggling, currency counterfeiting and exports of military equipment, while expanding sanctions to freeze all of Pyongyangs overseas bank accounts. The House Foreign Affairs Committee approved legislation along these lines on May 29; that proposal deserves to become law.
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Like the NY Times has a choice in the matter!!
Kiss South Korea goodbye as a viable nation and people if NK is allowed to “”collapse”.West German was almost brought to it’s knees during its absorption of East Germany...a “nation” 50 times more prosperous and 50 times more civilized than NK.
Lets send the illegal kids their and let the Asian guy with the bad haircut take care of them
Given that the New York Times promotes an ideology that would be right at home in North Korea, it is rather ironic that they call for it to be dissolved.
nuke the border and turn SK into an island, then pick off anyone attempting to swim over.
The Red Chinese probably won’t allow a reunified Korea under a non-Communist government, but replacing the Kim dynasty with a more mainstream Communist regime like those in Vietnam and Laos could be a big improvement for the inhabitants of North Korea.
I don’t think South Korea wants to integrate North Korea anytime soon.
I might see a joint Chinese-South Korean administration of the North.
Yeah. Just let them fall apart. A couple million hungry illiterate paranoid norms wandering around is a great idea. And some general deciding it would be cool to sell some nukes.
Whoever wrote this has not read much about what goes on there.
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