Sunday, June 24, 2012

New Korean Conflict Looms on Eve of 62nd Anniversary of War

On the eve of the 62nd anniversary of the outbreak of the Korean War, tensions are high, another conflict seems increasingly likely, and some 30,000 U.S. troops in South Korea are essentially nuclear hostages. Of course, there is no debate in the United States over the necessity of keeping them there and no discussion of the impotence of the international community with regard to preventing further North Korean provocations.

Speaking of which,  the Kimist regime could again attempt to mar and overshadow a U.S. national holiday, Independence Day--July 4--by testing a nuclear weapon and/or missiles or attacking a South Korean target.

Click here to read about the Forgotten War, which was never formally declared and has technically never ended.