Being thrown into consternation by the complete success in the H-bomb and ICBM test of the DPRK, the south Korean regime has become zealous in escalating confrontation with the fellow countrymen, while tightening “alliance” with the U.S. and Japan.
They, together with their masters, try to regularize deployment of the U.S. nuclear strategic assets, including strategic bombers, nuclear submarines and aircraft carriers, in the Korean Peninsula from Guam, Japan and the U.S. mainland.
Meanwhile, they push ahead with the introduction of multimode guided bombs for “precision strike” at the fixed or mobile targets of the DPRK and purchase of new weapons such as U.S.-made SM-3.
What cannot be overlooked is their clamor about examination of redeployment of the U.S. tactical nuclear weapons.
Some days ago, the south Korean chief executive had a talk with Japanese prime minster Abe at a conference held in a foreign country. He spewed up a flurry of malignant invectives such as “continued provocation of north Korea”, urgency of close bilateral relationship and application of strong sanctions and pressure to lead abandonment of nukes and missiles of north Korea.
The authorities of south Korea including the Cheongwadae and the foreign and defense ministries vociferated about “strong will of the international community” and “tightened level of sanctions” after the U.S. cooked up another anti-DPRK “sanctions resolution” by mobilizing the hand-raising machines at the UN Security Council. They talked about the resolution would inflict “massive effect of pressure” and “strong pains” upon the DPRK.
If the south Korean authorities resort to military maneuver against the DPRK and sanctions in cooperation with outsiders, it would meet the same fate of the Park Geun-hye group.