Tuesday, April 17, 2018

South and North Korea Discuss Official End to 68-Year War

South and North Korea are discussing plans to announce an official end to the military conflict between the two countries that are still technically at war, the South Korean newspaper Munhwa Ilbo is reporting.

At next week’s summit between South Korea President Moon Jae-in and North Korea leader Kim Jong Un, the two  may release a joint statement saying they will seek to ease military tension and to end confrontation, according to the report.

What great news.

There can be little question that President Moon is the key driver behind this effort and that this also indicates that North Korea's Kim wants to open up his country.

John Bolton and the rest of the neocons will not be happy. Peace and prosperity are not on their agenda.

The Nobel Peace prize to South Korea President Moon Jae-in!

-Robert Wenzel  


  1. "The Nobel Peace prize to South Korea President Moon Jae-in!"

    Agreed! Also, hope he's upped his life insurance policy.

  2. Now I'm just waiting for the US to announce that there was a chemical weapons attack on the US base in South Korea...

  3. I truly hope they announce an end and start pulling troops away from the borders. A hope for peace? Don't care if Trump claims it as victory as long as peace happens.

  4. “I give President Trump huge credit for bringing about the inter-Korean talks, and I’d like to thank him for that,” Moon said at a news conference in Seoul.
    --Washington Post 1/10/18

  5. Now that the war is over they can construct the essential mirror image organization to NATO, the South Pacific Treaty Organization (SPTO), which will allow the US to keep the South Korean and Okinawan bases intact.