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这要么是我记得的最愚蠢的行为之一,要么是华盛顿新保守派破坏朝鲜和平谈判的非常邪恶的计划。

还能如何形容美国老大哥和小伙伴韩国在朝鲜边境举行大型空军演习的决定。 当然,当美国在他们的边界上大展拳脚时,多刺的朝鲜人总是很健康。 原定于本周继续举行的南北韩和谈被愤怒的朝鲜人取消。 美国总统唐纳德特朗普与朝鲜金正恩之间大肆宣传的新加坡峰会现在面临取消或推迟的威胁。

谁能责怪朝鲜人炸了他们的上衣? 当特朗普政府的喉舌大肆谈论和平与光明时,美国空军正准备在朝鲜边境附近飞行 B-52 重型轰炸机和 F-22 猛禽隐形战斗机,以及潜伏在海上的导弹潜艇。

这次挑衅是美国及其不情愿的韩国总督计划的两次重大春季军事演习中的第一次。 万一朝鲜未能得到消息,第二次演习代号为“最大雷霆”。

就在特朗普和他的新保守派手下违背与伊朗的明智核条约之后。 在一项可以称为“吃沙子死”的政策中,特朗普要求伊朗不仅放弃任何和所有核能力(伊朗没有核武器),而且还放弃其无核武装中程导弹,停止支持巴勒斯坦人,黎巴嫩的真主党和也门的胡塞武装,滚下来做好事,不要做任何让以色列不安的事情,并从叙利亚撤出。 简而言之,一个导致未来政权更迭的完全投降政策。 对朝鲜几乎没有鼓励。

当朝鲜指责新保守派约翰博尔顿试图破坏和平协议时,它的目标是正确的。 2005-2006年,博尔顿担任布什政府驻联合国大使。 他建立了反穆斯林、亲以色列和反俄罗斯的传统,这一政策由现任美国联合国代表、高声的新保守派尼基·黑利延续至今。

在 2005-2006 年期间,经过多年的谈判,美国和朝鲜接近达成核/和平协议。

进入约翰博尔顿。 他成功地破坏了美朝协议。 为什么? 因为博尔顿作为一个新保守主义者,狂热地支持以色列,并担心朝鲜可能会向以色列的敌人提供核技术。 与新保守主义者一样,以色列的利益优先于美国的利益。 特朗普新任命的国务卿迈克尔·蓬佩奥 (Michael Pompeo) 也是一位狂热的新保守主义者。

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上周,博尔顿在美国电视台上实际上暗示朝鲜可能会遵循利比亚制定的路线。 利比亚当时的统治者穆阿迈尔·卡扎菲从巴基斯坦购买了一些核设备,以便在布什政府入侵伊拉克后将其交给美国作为合作的一种姿态。 移交大张旗鼓地完成,然后美国、法国和英国袭击了利比亚并推翻了卡扎菲。 不幸的利比亚领导人最终被法国特工杀害。

这是博尔顿对朝鲜的想法吗? 北方人当然是这么认为的。 一些人怀疑博尔顿和蓬佩奥是否试图破坏与朝鲜的交易。 或者至少是令人难以置信的迟钝和好战。 特朗普是否参与了这场阴谋? 很难说。 但他不能快乐。 他的手下和谄媚者正在推动特朗普获得诺贝尔奖——而不是在事件发生之前。

还是美国军方正在挥舞军刀并试图保护其在北亚的巨额投资? 五角大楼对拟议的朝鲜核协议持悲观态度。 来自平壤的甜蜜和光明的爆发听起来好得令人难以置信。

包括本文作者在内的资深韩国观察人士发现,很难相信金正恩会放弃核武器,尤其是在看到特朗普在处理伊朗问题和卡扎菲遇害时的欺骗行为之后。

说到无核化,朝鲜为什么不要求美国摆脱其设在韩国、冲绳、关岛和七国的核武器?th 舰队? 许多都是针对朝鲜的。 美国的核武器以印度洋的迪戈加西亚为基地。 其他人则秘密驻扎在日本。

为什么不要求美国撤出所有在韩国的28,500名士兵和大约2,000名空军基地的军事技术人员? 最终停止那些引发战争威胁的春季和秋季军事演习。 结束相当于高级别经济战的朝鲜贸易禁运。 建立正常外交关系。

平壤甚至还没有开始提出这些问题。 微笑和拥抱还为时过早。

(从重新发布 EricMargolis.com 经作者或代表的许可)
 
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  1. epnngg 说:

    在朝鲜问题上,美帝国不希望双方进行外交和现实让步。 美国将试图按照自己的方式行事,而且只会与朝鲜合作。 最大的悲剧是,只要美国在朝鲜半岛根深蒂固,朝韩两国人民就无法让早该两国人民实现的和平进程顺利进行。

    • 回复: @padre
    , @nagra
  2. melpeexxx 说:

    Military industries are imbedded into major economies. North Korea and Iran keeps war profits churning. Same old story.

    • 回复: @Thomm
  3. Can you imagine the squealing from the “conservatives” if North Korea and Mexico ran some military exercises in the Gulf of Mexico?

    Iran sent a destroyer and a couple of supply ships into the Atlantic and I thought the “conservatives” were gonna have aneurysms.

    • 回复: @Mike Tre
  4. Crimson2 说:

    Hey, stupid, we’ve always done these exercises. Trump is desperate for any peace deal and NK is abusing him, forcing him to capitulate. Trump supporters were demanding a Nobel before any agreement was reached and now they want to blame some “deep state” conspiracy on what appears to be another failure. No one will buy that story.

    • 回复: @Che Guava
    , @wj
    , @WJ
  5. Biff 说:

    Nothing that another school shooting can’t solve. The face of man be damned.

  6. “Well Ollie,

    this is another fine mess you’ve gotten us into ”

    • 回复: @Rogue
  7. Anonymous[989]• 免责声明 说:

    Who is really in control? The US seems like a country at war with itself. One minute, one decision, another minute, the opposite decision. Trump himself started out with promise but now follows the Jewish agenda to the letter.

    Could it be that the US power structure is completely split along the lines of MAGA vs. Zionists and everything the rest of the world experiences is secondary?

    My advice to Kim – keep the nukes, and try to eat less.

    • 同意: Che Guava, Byrresheim
  8. USA stupidities have long consequences.
    The British, experienced in ruling an empire, did not want outside interference in the Korean civil war.
    The list of USA stupidities is long, Philippines, Japan, China, South America, Iraq, Iran, Libia, Syria, two world wars.
    彼得·劳(Peter Lowe),《朝鲜战争的起源》,伦敦,1986年
    芭芭拉·图赫曼(Barbara W. Tuchman),“史迪威与美国在中国的经历,1911-45年”,纽约,1970年,1985年
    William L. Neumann,“美国遇到日本,从佩里到麦克阿瑟”,1963 年,1965 年,纽约
    查尔斯·卡兰·坦西尔(Charles Callan Tansill),“美国克里格(Amerika geht in den Krieg)”,斯图加特,1939年(美国参加战争,1938年)
    Charles A. Beard,“罗斯福总统和 1941 年战争的到来,对表象和现实的研究”,纽黑文,1948 年
    Roy Mottahedeh,“先知的披风、伊朗的宗教和政治”,牛津,1985 年,2000 年
    芭芭拉·欣克利·谢尔顿·戈德曼,美国政治与政府,伊利诺伊州格伦维尤,1990年
    艾伦·弗里德曼,“蜘蛛网、布什、萨达姆、撒切尔和欺骗的十年”,伦敦,1993 年
    There are more books I could mention, but this seems enough.
    The USA’s problem, as I see it, that, until now, foreign policy could be determined by internal political reasons.
    Trump’s problem, making clear that this is over.

  9. padre 说:
    @epnngg

    说出一个美国希望通过外交和双方现实让步来打交道的国家!

    • 回复: @Che Guava
  10. Jake 说:

    Eric Margolis is one of the 2 or 3 best ‘mainstream’ published columnists in the country. He nails the nearly innumerable problems with Neocons about as well as can be done.

  11. As Trump administration mouthpieces were gabbing about peace and light, the US Air Force was getting ready to fly B-52 heavy bombers and F-22 Raptor stealth fighters around North Korea’s borders and missile-armed subs lurked at sea.

    Yet it’s them Eye-rainianz what’s da threat to whirled peas.

    Hey Eric, perhaps instead of “gabbing,” you really meant “gabbling?”

    US foreign policy: Say one thing, do the opposite, piss on yer own citizens, blame it all on someone else, and laugh all the way to the bank.

    • 回复: @Sparkon
  12. Anonymous[426]• 免责声明 说:

    The sad fact is the American troops and nukes are staying in S. Korea to use as a cudgel against China. The tension, rhetoric and sanctions will continue; though, unless Trump and his war cabinet are criminally insane, no war will ensue that allows Kim’s forces to get in a punch. Needless American and S. Korean losses wouldn’t play well in the media, especially in an election year. Pre-emptive genocide on a vast scale (implying a nuclear attack), however, is always possible from the Americans and their “free world” vassals wouldn’t dare to criticise it, nor would the compliant American media. Not when we’ve been brainwashed to believe that American cities are N. Korean targets. Once an American military infestation occurs in a country it cannot be extirpated without killing the host, and the parasite is too deeply embedded in S. Korean tissue to be driven out or just walk away.

  13. mike k 说:

    The Empire never lets go of anything, it only wants MORE OF EVERYTHING.

  14. dax2 说:

    The americans and their stooges have been conducting economic, financial and monetary war against the nokors, iranians for quite some time already.

    the animal trump and his animal warmongers love nokors and iranians because they do not have serious nuke weapons yet, and can be very profitably killed by the millions using tens of thousands of american bombs and missiles.

    as with the syrian situation, the russians cant be counted on reliably as they are selling tons of conventional weapons and make a lot of profits in prolonging wars like the americans. They also benefit from high oil prices induced by wars, and have a solid jew-powered deep state that like the american one doesnt like ordinary russians to account for greater wealth.

    the answer lies with china. it has competitive edges in all economic sectors, has a hundred million more geniuses than jews, and gets hurt a lot more in trade and financial wars.

    china just needs to sell 200 nuke icbms each to north korea, syria, iran, and serbia today. it will also have vastly improved trading expansion possibilities as all small nations will be delighted and would want to buy several hundred nuclear icbms that can destroy the united states, israel and england. the us-nato alliance will miserably fail against this aggressive kind of china.

    the power of the press belongs to one who has one. the power of true democracy lies in democratized and commoditized very easy access to all sorts of nuke missiles and bombs to kill imperial countries.

    the americans will howl in impotent animal fury, but all their stupid war and illegal sanction schemes will end in animal defeat.

  15. Desert Fox 说:

    The sabotaging of the talks with North Korea is right in line with the Zionist agenda to keep the Americans in a constant state of war fear hysteria as usual , whether in the ME or the Ukraine or Russia or China , the Zionists keep up an unrelenting drum beat of war hysteria to frighten us into submission to the goals of the Zionists.

    As Orwell said, War is peace, Ignorance is strength, and Freedom is slavery, and we are Oceania with unending wars and a police state gov and our Zionist overlords.

  16. macilrae 说:

    John Bolton does indeed present a quite ferocious image and I am sure the only thing that held him back from a military career was the possibility that, one day, he might have to fight.

    • 哈哈: Bliss
    • 回复: @Byrresheim
  17. There’s one nation that will benefit from the NK deal, as they have been playing footsies with the N. Koreans for some time. That nation is Israel.

    Trump the Schlump: Iran Nuclear Deal Is Bad; North Korean Nuclear Deal Is Good

    The only country that stands to benefit from this disjointed and hypocritical U.S. nuclear proliferation policy is Israel. It was the far-right government of Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, aided and abetted by Israel’s wealthy American Jewish billionaire troika of political influence peddlers – Sheldon Adelson, Paul Singer, and Bernard Marcus – who, in the end, convinced Trump to trash the JCPOA. Trump’s two new additions to his national security and foreign policy team, Pompeo and National Security Adviser John Bolton, have long advocated blowing up the JCPOA, charging that Iran has been violating the deal. Nothing is further from the truth, as demonstrated by conclusive reports on Iran’s nuclear program from the International Atomic Energy Agency, Israel’s own Mossad intelligence service, and the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency..

    Israel’s clandestine links with North Korea date back to the operations of the Israel Corporation, which controlled Israel Aircraft Industries and Zim Israel Navigation Shipping Company. Eisenberg was the first Israeli to establish trading links with the People’s Republic of China, which eventually extended to North Korea and Khmer Rouge-controlled Cambodia. Eisenberg’s chief exports to China and North Korea were weapons. In the latter part of his life, Eisenberg was found more often in Beijing, where he died in 1997, than in Tel Aviv. As with Israel’s covert oil business with Iran, Eisenberg’s weapons sales to China and North Korea were handled by a shell corporation in Panama called United Development, Inc.

    https://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2018/05/17/trump-schlump-iran-nuclear-deal-bad-north-korean-nuclear-deal-good.html

    Wow, imagine that, our foreign policy being run by neoCONs and Zionists in service to Apartheid Israel.

    Those that know 9/11 was an Israeli masterminded False Flag will recall ZIM as the Israeli shipping outfit that broke their WTC lease–costing them over 50k–several weeks before 9/11 and got the hell out of Dodge, as if they knew something bad was going to happen.

    Gosh, what would the USA do without our good 朋友 and 盟友 Israel always stabbing us in the back?

  18. Margolis seems like a pretty worldly, well connected guy. He should send the video of Ghaddafi being sodomized with a sharpened stick to Kim as a reminder of what can happen to him if he gives up his nuclear deterrent.

  19. “North Korea was right on target when it accused arch-neocon John Bolton of trying to sabotage the peace deal. ”

    Bolton is merely the stalking horse in this particular scam. (It is for this kind of role that Bolton was picked in the first place). Apparently we’re to infer that orange clown really, really, really, really, really, really, really wants some kind of a peace deal with North Korea, just like he really, really, really, really, really, really, really wants better relations with Russia for example…alas there’s always a fly in the imperial ointment.

    In reality of course there was never any chance of a peace deal with North Korea, just like there was never any chance of a troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, or a withdrawal from Syria, or cooperation with Russia (on anything), or a real investigation into 9/11, etc. Instead what we get is affectatious posturing by actors on a stage; “government” by diabolical jewish-supremacist-inspired dialectics.

  20. Che Guava 说:
    @padre

    Err, Saudi Arabia?

    … and for no concessions and a ridiculously slavish subordination of the U.S.A., Israel?

    • 回复: @dax2
    , @Escher
  21. dax2 说:
    @Che Guava

    Salman was supposed to have died in an assassination attempt almost one month ago.

    • 回复: @dax2
    , @Che Guava
  22. dax2 说:
    @dax2

    Sorry prince M of SA was supposed to have been shot and now strangely quiet.

    i was talking to salman the shawarma guy.

  23. Rogue 说:
    @EliteCommInc.

    I think you mean Stanley, not Ollie.

    • 回复: @EliteCommInc.
  24. Logan 说:

    Trump’s sand-kicking appears to have made more progress than some decades of other presidents trying to play nice with the Kims.

    Like everybody else, I have no idea how this will turn out, but it is intriguing that his very different approach at least appears to be more effective.

    • 回复: @AnonFromTN
    , @Herald
  25. AnonFromTN 说:

    Ever since the fall of the USSR the US has no diplomacy worth the name. The US approach is always pure bullying: do what I say, or else. Naturally, any country or leader who is not ready for an unconditional surrender resists, and therefore is proclaimed a threat to the US. The US is the greatest threat to the US, like a monkey with a hand grenade. The worst thing is, in case of the US this hand grenade is nuclear.

  26. AnonFromTN 说:
    @Logan

    Hearing voices much? Talk to your psychiatrist.

  27. Herald 说:
    @Logan

    North Korea has been trying to establish better relations with both SK and the US for decades. The US continuing to bully NK at this stage, will likely scupper any chance of negotiations, as is becoming all too clear. Bullying is a very bad habit and one that the US seems particularly loathe to break.

  28. PJ London 说:

    What is missing from the MSM analysis is that it was SK that initiated the peace talks with NK their happy accomplices.
    When the Orange Cockatoo started his threats and performance, SK who had heard similar from many previous Americans realised that this moron actually meant it. He could-would start bombingNK just to prove that his hands were bigger than Kim’s.
    SK knew that in the first two hours of the war at least one million SK citizens would die. The idea of having a nuclear wasteland 3 miles north of Seoul did not appeal greatly either.
    NK and SK have been willing to be at peace and to re-form a single Korea for the last 60 years, in fact it would never have split if not for the US fear of the ‘Domino Communists”.
    Now that reunification is possible US is excreting bullets, the whole Russia and China circle strategy is about to be kicked into touch for the foreseeable future. So Cheney Mk2 (commonly called Bolton) is sent to destroy any chance of peace breaking out. He did a masterful job. “Remember” he said to Kim “the last fool that gave up his Nukes was killed by having an AK47 inserted into his rear and tortured to death. His country is now a wasteland of slavery and US looting Mercenaries. So go ahead, make peace, see what it gets you.”
    In the USA, it is called ‘Diplomacy’.

  29. Thomm 说:
    @melpeexxx

    Military industries are imbedded into major economies. North Korea and Iran keeps war profits churning. Same old story.

    Indeed. The biggest lie was the manufacture of Iran into some ‘real threat’.

    a) It is far too weak to do anything to the US. Its 8-year war with Iraq was as stalemate.
    b) Shiite Iranians are almost never found in any real Muslim terrorist attacks, particularly suicide bombings.

    The notion that it ever was a real threat to America is just a meme manufactured by the military industry.

  30. Mike Tre [又名“MikeatMikedotMike”] 说:
    @Chris Mallory

    I would say “neocons” is a better term, but your point is perfectly valid.

  31. @Rogue

    There are several versions of this comment. I did a eek online before i posted it, because I wasn’t sure. But on looking it is apparently have been used both ways in various films though the wording is is not quite the same

    http://www.stanlaurelandoliverhardy.com/nicemess.htm

    But I have no issues —- Iy is Oliver who states as noted more often. I areciate your observation and correction.

    The actual quotation is —

    “Oliver Hardy : (in the final shot, after being “skinned”) ” Well, here’s another nice mess you’ve gotten me into.”

  32. Just a note: The US may have attempted to bully North Korea — there is little evidence that North Korea budged or was in any persuaded as to effect.

  33. Che Guava 说:
    @Crimson2

    I thought that Trump campaigned on a border wall, much less immigration to the USA, withdrawal from foreign entanglements, and improving your seemingly run-down infrastructure.

    It seems that moving the embassy to Jerusalem was enough to gain much support from former opponents.

    Nothing much else.

    真是笑话。

  34. Che Guava 说:
    @dax2

    You are doing a good job, accidental reply to me, then yourself. I drank a strong coffee late last night, against my own rules, so little sleep, but still am easily amused.

    Salman or salmon?

    Frankly, dear, i don’t give a damn,

    (-.-)Zzz ・ ・ ・ ・

  35. Taras77 说:

    “The US Empire has no desire for diplomacy and realistic concessions on both sides when it comes to North Korea. ”

    To state the obvious, empire has no desire for diplomacy (in the true sense of the word) with anyone period!

    The geniuses in dc have demonstrated over and over again that their idea of diplomacy is for the third party to concede everything prior to talks. It is complete capitualization.

    That is the story with the so-called diplomats in state. With bolt-on and trump, it is even worse, it must include complete humiliation of the opposing party and allies attempting to work something out constructively, e.g. south koreans.

  36. wj 说:
    @Crimson2

    You are about bat crap crazy dude. Trump desperate for any peace deal? The fat little Nork is defecating in his pants because he knows Trump is crazy and successful. It’s pretty funny that you are talking of “deep state” conspiracy theories while you are pushing your own lunacy.

  37. Escher 说:
    @Che Guava

    The US-Saudi relationship is a mutually beneficial one for their ruling elites.
    The Saudis support the petrodollar, and the US military props up the odious Saudi regime.

    • 同意: Che Guava
  38. Byrresheim 说:
    @macilrae

    He is not entirely alone in that.

  39. WJ 说:
    @Crimson2

    No president is ever allowed to cancel military exercises. It’s in the Constitution. Once it is planned then Trump is completely and totally powerless to stop the military exercise with South Korea regardless.

    Makes sense to some people I suppose but calling someone stupid when you post a comment like that is a little pot calling the kettle black kind of thingy.

  40. nagra 说:
    @epnngg

    中俄向金正恩保证
    美国即将获得荣誉

  41. Sparkon 说:
    @jacques sheete

    Yet it’s them Eye-rainianz what’s da threat to whirled peas.

    Lately, U.S. foreign policy¹ seems to resemble whirled peas, whatever that is.

    Actually, I know what it is.

    Around 1980 or earlier, there was a popular bumper sticker that read Visualize World Peace.

    Not long thereafter, during the early Reagan years, some wag somewhere decided visualizing world peace wasn’t really all that, and what the world — or at least, California — really needed was a bumper sticker that read Vizualize Whirled Peas. You can buy them still.

    It doesn’t quite work because the final ‘s’ sound in “peas” is voiced, where in “peace,” it is not. And of course the idea of whirled peas is entirely nonsensical, but that was/is the point, after all.

    Indeed, creating an entirely homophonous pun was/is of little concern to the too-clever-by-half chaps who ordered up the new bumper stickers with the mangled pronunciation awesome message, creating new opportunities for conservatives to show their bumper sticker cleverness, and ridicule the idea of world peace.

    Bumper sticker trolls. Who knew?

    ---------------

    ¹ U.S. Foreign Policy = What is the dumbest thing we could do right now?

  42. myself 说:

    Don’t look now, but the President just cancelled the meeting with Kim Jong Un.

    As of right now, it’s 正式 关闭。

    What can I say, Donald J. Trump is . . . strange.

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