US Hostility Toward North Korean Sovereign Independence Why Talks Go Nowhere

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Feature Article by Stephen Lendman
US Hostility Toward North Korean Sovereign Independence Why Talks Go Nowhere

by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org – Home – Stephen Lendman)

The US under both right wings of its war party is militantly hostile toward nations it doesn't control.

It's longstanding aim throughout the post-WW II era is to transform them into client states under pro-Western puppet regimes — eliminating their sovereign independence, gaining control over their resources and populations.

The US has been hostile toward North Korea since the peninsula was divided post-WW II — a nonbelligerent nation threatening no one, its nuclear/ballistic missile deterrent solely for self-defense.

Throughout DPRK history, it never preemptively attacked another country. In June 1950, it responded defensively to belligerent South Korean cross-border provocations, its legitimate right. 

Orchestrated by the US, it was all about seeking a pretext for war, waged by
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