When North Korean dictator Kim Jong II died on December 17, 2011 and all troops were confined to their barracks, the West should have bombed them and invaded North Korea, freeing the millions of starving people from his sadist Workers Party monarchy before his third son and heir, Kim Jong Lin, could establish his control.
The failed launch of a North Korean rocket allegedly designed to put a satellite into orbit (above) violated international comittments and scrapped a food aid pact reached last February with Pyongyang.
Recently the North Korean dictatorship/monarchy diverted the people from their poverty hardships (see photos right/left) with a parade commemorating the centenary of the birth of young Kim’s late grandfather, state founder Kim II Sung. And to further divert them the West fears Kim will rattle the North’s nuclear threat again the Iran assists North Korea with.
North Korea technically is at war with South Korea since the 195-53 conflict ended in an armistice, not a peace treaty. It has 1.2 million people in its armed forces and detonated atomic devices in 2006 and 2009. Its economy is a 40th the size of South Korea’s. An estimated million of its people starved to death during the 1990′s famine.