Thursday, June 14, 2012

United States Secretary of State HILLARY CLINTON Hopes KIM JONG-UN Charts Different Course For His People

  But if ever a point of sarcasm couldn’t lessen frustration with World Politics, the calamity of North Korea’s closed-border is painfully it. Even so, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton ignored North Korea’s thin-skin advocating transformation while meeting with their rival South Korea in Washington, D. C. Urging North Korea’s new leader to chart a different course than his father, saying First Secretary of the Workers’ Party of Korea Kim Jong-un could steer his nation away from a dark history of starvation and oppression, Reuters reported.
 
  Many U.S. officials and North Korea experts fear the nuclear brinkmanship and repression of his father Kim Jong-il, whose death in December elevated the untested 28 year-old from relative obscurity. But Clinton told reporters, “This young man, should he make a choice that would help bring North Korea into the 21st century, could go down in history as a transformative leader. Or he can continue the model of the past.” And Clinton said regardless of what Kim did, it was her belief that the hermit state would eventually change direction. “Because at some point, people cannot live under such oppressive conditions – starving to death, being put into gulags and having their basic human rights denied.” North Korea denies there are gulags witnesses say is true.
  In a joint statement, the four ministers “urged North Korea to cease its provocative behavior,” but Secretary of State Clinton said young leader Kim Jong-Un still had a chance to change. The United States and South Korea left the door open, saying a “path for North Korea to rejoin the international community remains available” if it refrains from provocation and gives up nuclear weapons.
Meanwhile Boston.com reported U.S. special envoy for North Korean human rights issues, Robert King, talked with participants during the Korea Institute for National Unification’s International Conference on North Korean Human Rights in Seoul, South Korea, Thursday, June 14, 2012 as well. Reminding attendees that through open communication North Korea could change.
  While the problems are probably more closely tied to the ebb and flow of world economics than we’re likely to face for a while longer. Starving North Koreans first became a problem when the Soviet Union fell and like Cuba, the North Koreans no longer received Communist economic and food subsidies and suffered what was called the first North Korean Famine of 1994-98. Economic decline provided the context, but floods and storms provided the catalyst. Cuba has floods and storms but North Korea doesn’t have the bright sunny beaches that draw the world’s real financial attention.
  So what does North Korea’s military elite have to gain from the rest of their country having some moderate comfort? That’s right, show them with Cuban vacations posing as an economic summit. Dressed diplomatically however opposing politicians want, but the story is the same all over the world. Everyone needs a taste. Isn’t it time North Korean children had theirs?
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United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Hopes KIM JONG-UN Charts Different Course For His People

6/14/2012 concluded: So if Kim Jong-un has any real power it will be to teach his country the power to say no is no substitute for national equality. And Cuban vacations for everyone should be his real goal after feeding his people dessert.
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  Obviously my 6-14-12 attitude toward Kim Jong-un's assuming power was a euphoric show short of reality. Hence hoping North Korea's dictator was anywhere near capable of taming the conceit and deceit involved in ruling just to rule. While the rest of the world's inflationary conspiracy undermines the working or disabled poor. The world rightfully and righteously demands raises THAT NEVER CATCH INFLATION. But capitalist rule does at least visit the ballpark of socialist results. But, but has authoritarianism ever let people's imaginations reign? A Soviet claim Gorbachev faced. Claims rulers the world over hide from by pronouncements that their elite's different from others. 
  Pursuing individuals' freedoms is a vigilant exercise as America's imperfections attest. 
  Capitalism is socialism, Kim Jong-un. Just as socialism is capitalism when it works and capitalism socialism when either works. You should give it a shot. Socialism is not just another word for state rule as some politically powerful people have misled Americans to accept and gloss over some of the worst acts of bizarre laziness by corporate bureaucracy claiming it's not as inept as government. Building better private schools without taking on all the challenges public schools face. Free economy our a__es. 
  So further criticizing. The facts are power's sufficient of its own self. Responsibility, not a full co-defendent in politically successful grifts. For instance, New Jersey's Governor Christie, (Gateway), once had dinner with Donald Trump after a successful court case relieved the future presidential candidate of a larger financial burden owed New Jersey while still claiming no untoward influence when I recently heard Governor Christie petting his "friendship" with Mr. Trump of "sixteen years." 
  Maybe the whole world's just like Brazil  currently where power's necessary to keep your conspiracies of individuals out of jail, too. Which is in fact not mere conjecture but relative fact all over. Why the American Parties are so eulogized to patronize the public past their human and political frailties. 
  Yep. Too cryptic for American voters and mass opinion to grasp how Americans feelings of patriotism are induced to politically grind the flag in the dirt by honoring national mistakes and condemning, not just "constitutionally protected protest," but basic decency, America. It was close to a century after that d_____ war just to start America's facing racism. Face the present. We'd be further as a culture now if the reasons for protest were completely faced. Indoctrination is a failure to teach your children to learn well. While the best schools in the world have really produced competent teams of individuals dividing the world's spoils. Polishing the networking craft as it exists in legal, as well as corrupt, corruption terms. End the Criminal Enterprise System
  So. As a measure of honoring presidential election year equal time. She's not him, but. This is politics. The first President Clinton aided and abetted the ramping up of the Criminal Enterprise System that's been advertised relatively adequately of late as what's part of disheartening America today. Whereby the patriotic act of protest during the National Anthem is depicted as an unpatriotic act. In an America where turning a blind eye produces profit, opened eyes profit too. As in the country's responsibility for China's attitude towards polluting the plant, we'd done most of up to now. If capitalism really required the car Detroit wouldn't have gone broke in the first place. 
  Anyway. Corruption's the rule rather than just symptom. If only Kim Jong-un could be brought to a Texas supermarket to cry as Yeltsin must have. But Kim had seen Switzerland. And current public sacrifices fulfill his elite's self-satisfied needs. If only you, Kim Jong-un, could say to yourself, "I'm the most powerful person in my country and only I can truly free my people and at least give them a real shot at contentment as Gorbachev had." Because life shouldn't just be parades and tyrants supervising nothing. It was Soviet believers in their revolution that faced the communist vision's distortions. Because communism wasn't supposed to have anything to do with being kept slaves. No one should want to shoot anyone. Kim and North Korea, face it. The façade needs put to rest, please Mr. Chairman? 
  What could pierce your leadership's shielding theirselves from social reality? So North Korea shines and rebellion isn't a threat if your bureaucracy really lets North Koreans shine which marching in unison doesn't quite mean. An East German has the power to rule Germany for a while. No reason North Korea has to lose an identity. Nor turn everything over to exploitation as is Cuba's public reasoning for moving awkwardly slow, at least slowing the asphalting of the entire island. 
  You should face things too, Kim. Because you're not looking at yourself in the mirror image your country shows you, apparently shown an entire different show? 
  Feed the people is the No. 1 concern. Though probably the Western Media's fault we haven't heard how well-fed the people've become since a few privileged heads, threatening greater privilege, rolled? 
  Well, nothing's really new about military state enforced nationalism as their citizens' identities. The world's supposedly nicest democracies do similar things. Power is its' own reward, etc. But something has happened, August 18th, that probably, possibly, could be the best news concerning factual change that's happened in too long an ignorant time. Discontinuing national private enterprise prisons. Spurred on by market speculation to fill with the punished portion of the Criminal Enterprise System. That no doubt possibly will be torn to shreds by private entrepreneurs claims responsibility and blame for greedy mistakes is governments' alone. Congress once again for handling business. PRISON. Still. The Criminal Enterprise System's barely touched. Create to punish brutality. Uh huh. 

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Free Enterprise isn't free if a consequence is destroying National Parks.
Patriotism is much more than sycophantic.
Speaking of not admiring the benefits of a Police State.
  I rode next to Eddie down Lexington Avenue at Steve (who'd even asked why I never called him Steve the Greek) Athineos' Memorial Ride. Eddie said he'd taken a picture of me, years ago, riding up the Williamsburg Bridge as if in a golden glow of light. May yours shine forever Eddie. We truly wish you were here.

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