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The Sinking of the Cheonan

May 26th, 2010 . by Errol

The Sinking of the Cheonan is a critical turning point from the perspective of mao-marxist historical determinism.

Should the PRC abdicate its economic and political hegemony over the DPRK, by acknowledging the sovereignty rights of the ROK; in the ROK’s submission to the UN Security Council for stricter sanctions against the DPRK?

Or should the PRC delay and obfuscate the conclusion of the joint investigation team (Sweden, ROK, USA, UK, Australia and Canada), that the Cheonan was sunk by a DPRK torpedo?

By delaying, the PRC strengthens its ability to annex its political and economic vassal within the next two decades.

It has taken 100 years, and the dish is now cold, but China now has its revenge for the events of 1910.


5 Responses to “The Sinking of the Cheonan”

  1. comment number 1 by: Dokdodevil

    A very plausible hypothesis. If you are right then the regime is likely to have bouts of institutional madness during that 20 years. Think of Mugabe running amok while South Africa waits for the wealth of Zimbabwe to fall into its hands.

  2. comment number 2 by: Errol

    The China Faction in Pyongyang has won another round. The more they push South Korea away by forcing Lee Myung-bak to cut aid shipments … the more aid shipments are sent from China … the more dependent Kim Jong-un becomes on China.

    It will be a long cold winter of naengmyeon, made in the factories of Liaoning.

  3. comment number 3 by: Errol

    Another round won by the China Faction in Pyongyang. To paraphrase John Lennon; “Happy (Chinese) Christmas (War Is Over).”

    http://news.chosun.com/site/data/html_dir/2011/01/15/2011011500213.html

    Chinese troops and armoured vehicles were sent into North Korea on December 15 last year, with the aim of protecting Chinese investments in the Naseon Special Economic Zone.

    As can be seen on the map in the link, Naseon faces Japan across a certain body of water.

  4. comment number 4 by: Errol

    The China Faction in Pyongyang has become quite brazen.

    “North Korea has reportedly appointed Vice Trade Minister Jo Jong Ho as chairman of a civic committee for Rajin-Sonbong Special City … Jo is a member of a group that supports Kim Jong Un … and reportedly has helped set the North’s new economic policy.”

    NK appoints heir apparent`s supporter to key post

  5. comment number 5 by: Errol

    Not that long ago in the DPRK, it was said that a meeting of three or more people was a “public meeting”. i.e. There was bound to be one dobber; dobbing in the other two for conspiracy against the state.

    Which makes this report from the Joseon Ilbo (aka Chosun Ilbo) quite alarming for King Kim III and his Krazy Krew. It puts the ROK’s Keystone Kops Kaper at the Lotte Hotel into perspective.

    The State Security Department investigated this incident but failed to identify the people who started the commotion when they met with a wall of silence.

    “When such an incident took place in the past, people used to report their neighbors to the security forces, but now they’re covering for each other,” the source said.

    DPRK Protesters Demand Food and Electricity

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