Korea – Putting the Situation into Perspective


Past history on North Korea and the US relationships.

The GOLDEN RULE

From ‘nsnbc’ this article

Brief History, US Sabotage of Korean Peace andThis image was selected as a picture of the we...Reunification“,

by Dr. S. Brian Willson, who says “This is virtually unknown history in the West, and today’s issues relating to Korea cannot be understood without knowing this diabolical assault on the Korean soul.”

The U.S. decision to artificially divide an ancient homogenous Korea upon the surrender of the Japanese, August 15, 1945, and the subsequent U.S.-directed reign of terror, 1945-1948, that led directly to the war of national independence against western imperialist intervention, 1948-1950, and then, consequently, the hot war, 1950-1953, to be followed by extensive periods of military dictatorships until 1997 supported by the U.S. government, surely must rank as one of the cruelest tragedies of the Twentieth Century. This is virtually unknown history in the West, and today’s issues relating to Korea cannot be understood without knowing this diabolical assault on the Korean…

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About Ken McMurtrie

Retired Electronics Engineer, most recently installing and maintaining medical X-Ray equipment. A mature age "student" of Life and Nature, an advocate of Truth, Justice and Humanity, promoting awareness of the injustices in the world.
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1 Response to Korea – Putting the Situation into Perspective

  1. larryzb says:

    The reason the peninsula was divided was that our erstwhile ally, the Soviet Union,had moved in and installed a communist regime in the North. This is yet another example of why we ought not have pushed or goaded the Brits and the French into war with Germany. The bitter result in 1945 was that large areas of the globe were safe for communism.

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