China Has Turned Against North Korea: Some Convincing Facts

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There are clear indications that wars had been the primary reason China and North Korea had stayed together for centuries. In the beginning, the Manchuria battle China and North Korea fought against the Japanese Forces became the initial foundation for military and economic alliance between the two countries, as North Korean Army fought fervently alongside Chinese soldiers to drive back the Japanese they both perceived as their common enemy.

This collaboration had possibly led to the Sino-North Korean Mutual Aid and Cooperation Friendship Treaty signed in 1961, which mandated that in case either of the two countries was attacked by an enemy, the other will mobilize its troops and come to the attacked country’s assistance. China has always shown its resolve to protect North Korea right from the time the latter provoked a war with its southern neighbor, South Korea in 1950, which is popularly referred to as “the Korean War”. But new revelations confirm that many Chinese leaders have stopped seeing that war as an external aggression from outsiders (South Korea, United Nations’ Forces and the US inclusive), but that it was an errant act of offensive primarily perpetrated by North Korea’s yearning for military warfare then.

China’s shifting policies

Over the decades, China has long shifted its policies from fighting enemies to building mutually benefitting diplomatic relationships with many countries around the world. President Nixon’s visit to China in 1972 opened the doors to a flurry of trade agreements that brought the two countries closer than ever before. China also went ahead to rack up trade agreements with Japan, its erstwhile aggressor. Today, there are thousands of Japanese businesses operating in China.

On the other hand, North Korean leaders, beginning from Kim ll-Sung to Kim Jong-il to its current leader, Kim Jong-un, have technically isolated themselves and their people from the rest of the world. Juche, the Korean word for the philosophy of engaging in voluntary isolation, has been widely embraced by the North Korean leaders and their followers: A misleading ideology that had shut the nation away from receiving economic and humanitarian aids from international donors when it badly needed them. Take for example, the deadly famine of the 1990s that killed millions of North Koreans would have been averted if North Korea had put itself in a situation whereby other world leaders will be willing to come to its rescue whenever any unexpected disaster occurred. China still remains the largest supplier of food, energy, clothing and other resources to the reclusive country, and that good gesture may soon be truncated as China battles with its own economic challenges domestically.

For the fact that North Korean leaders have repeatedly refused despite China’s encouragement to open up their country and liberate their citizens, China may be gradually losing interest in the “headache” that is “North Korea” Considering its diplomatic romance with many nations, Chinese leaders can clearly see that keeping their alliance with North Korea is indeed a thorn in their flesh.

Another misstep that have always made Chinese leaders feel quite uncomfortable about their association with North Korea is the latter’s foray into the proliferation of nuclear arms and weapons of mass destruction. The reclusive nation has developed its Yongbyon nuclear center to the extent that experts are concerned that North Korea may soon possess missiles with nuclear warheads that could reach South, Japan and the United States. Little information trickling out of the communist state confirms that active uranium enrichment is underway and North Korea has added more centrifuges (about 2000 of them) to its nuclear center that will facilitate this dangerous step. According to David Albright, a former U.N. weapons inspector, “Kim Jong Un’s regime could already have 10 to 15 nuclear weapons at this point. Pyongyang could increase its stockpile to anywhere between 20 and roughly 100 nuclear weapons by 2020,” he said.

This is an alarming figure for leaders in the region who had witnessed perennial tension in the past decades. North Korea periodically launched long-range missiles into the sea between Japan and South Korea in what experts referred to as “unnecessary provocations”.

Spearheaded by non-nuclear China, serious efforts to resolve this nuclear issue has always hit the rocks due to North Korea’s defiance and repeatedly walking out of The Six Party Talks, which comprised of six nations such as the United States, Russia, China, South Korea, Japan and North Korea itself. It is obvious that the most inscrutable nation in the world has no plan to scrap its nuclear program. Its unwillingness to give in to the recommendations from the Six Party Talks reveal deliberate determination to frustrate every attempt to absolutely rid the Korean Peninsula of all nuclear weapons.

China – South Korea relations, warnings for North Korea

Without cutting its ties outright with North Korea because of the Sino-North Korean Mutual Aid and Cooperation Friendship Treaty that is still valid until 2021, China has been making some drastic moves to send serious signals to the North Korean leaders. Just of recent, Chinese leaders and business people have been flying in and out of Seoul, enjoying a long-term business relationship that began when China opened its Embassy in South Korea in 1992. There are some trade agreements between the two countries, a large percentage of which are made during the current administration of President Park Geun-Hye, who maintains very close relationship with the Chinese leaders. Today, China has surpassed the United States to become South Korea’s largest trading partner. In the same manner, China has intensified its business alliances with Japan and the United States, two key nations that North Korea perceive as deadly enemies.

China Has Turned Against North Korea: Some Convincing Facts

North Korean leaders have not failed in detecting this change in China’s disposition towards them, and they have responded in the same demeaning way. Whenever a high-level Chinese delegation visits the isolated nation, North Korea will send low-level officials to hold meetings with them. And it is generally believed that Kim Jong-un doesn’t have deep-rooted trust in Chinese leaders.

Now that China has tactically abandoned North Korea to its fate, which nation will they turn to for friendship, military and diplomatic alliances? Russia? Cuba? Or Iran? It almost impossible for any country to throw its gates open and embrace North Korea as an ally. The country’s poor human rights records have caused some world leaders to quickly raise alarm about the inhumane treatment meted on average North Koreans. A report issued by the United Nations castigated North Korea for torturing, maiming and assassinating its people. Of recent, Kim Jong-un executed his uncle for what pundits perceive as an opportunity for the young leader to solidify power in the country. He may have seen his uncle as a possible leadership threat because he knew a lot about the country—he was Kim Jong-un’s father right-hand man.

As the world economies tumble and stagger, it is impossible to speculate exactly the state of North Korea’s economy. Are ordinary North Koreans having access to the basic necessities like food, water, energy, education and health? Or are they still suffering from famine but the North Korean propaganda machine hiding the truth from the rest of the world? No one can tell: But what is undeniable is that Chinese leaders’ attitude to North Korea has changed, and it may get worse if North Korea continues to choose the path of voluntary isolation!

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About the Author

I have done some book reviews for the a top publisher of books on real estate, management. My articles on geopolitical topics have appeared in several publications, both online and offline. My poems have been published in an anthology and read on popular FM Station in Japan. I have taught English Conversation, Grammar, Reading and ESL in countries like Thailand, Japan, Vietnam, Cambodia. And I have had experiences teaching at the elementary schools, Middle and High schools and a private university in Asia, apart from some English Language schools. I have masters degrees from top U.S. universities. Milton Mass is a pen name.

83 Comments on "China Has Turned Against North Korea: Some Convincing Facts"

  1. HoosiersH8ProgressiveRetards | Sep 1, 2015, 7:05 pm at 7:05 pm |

    Or my favorite author, Wei Fu-Ku’m Yung, who wrote ‘Overpopulation in China: Why is it Happening?’

  2. Japan adopted three non-nuclear principles after WWII – non-possession, non-production, and non-introduction of nuclear weapons. They won’t even allow US forces to bring nuclear weapons onto their bases in Japan. They allow only the peaceful use of nuclear technology, which is why they have nuclear power plants.

    Japan’s Constitution doesn’t strictly prohibit the defense-only possession of nuclear weapons by Japan, and that has been pointed out by some politicians who believe that Japan should have at least a few nuclear weapons to act as a deterrent against North Korea. Shinzo Abe repeated that observation in 2002, and it was met with widespread public outrage. There are currently no nuclear weapons in Japan, and public sentiment is strongly against Japan obtaining them.

  3. Japan doesn’t have nukes? Then let US give them a few more, they deserve it. Then drop one on Germany.

  4. Look at angry litte g00k… Weak, short, low IQ midgetg00k is raging online because his little country is weak. bwahahahah

  5. What that jungle monkey? You’re so mad you can’t type anymore?Speak English you low IQ little g00k. bwahahhaha Speak english when you can’t type a coherent sentence..Bwhahahaha

  6. Mad midget g00k? I hurted you so bad you can’t spell like most low IQ g00k. Bwahahahahhahaha Why changed your avatar? I got inside your little monkey brian? Bwahahhahaha Weak little boy..

  7. Retarded little g00k is mad so he need trolling online to he can feel better. Why you mad little g00k? Bwahahahhaahhaha

  8. Does MIKAIL BURCHIK know that you are a babbling idiot ???? :o)

  9. Yes; Don’t you know. There is no such thing as true communism. It is a western ideology developed by Karl Marx who promoted a utopian idea that is impossible if you have greed and envy in the world. Karl Marx stated that religion is the opiate of the people but nowhere did he say in his Manifesto to destroy Buddhist and Christian churches commit a genocide of 1.2 million Tibetan Buddhists. No where did he state violation of human rights. China is violating all the precepts of Marxism. especially trying to mix a poisonous cocktail of so called communism with capitalism. What defines Capitalism in part is “Free Enterprise.” How can you have free enterprise with state run economy? You can’t. So their house of cards in their economy is falling down. Chinese economy was run by corrupt CCP members. Since Xi is throwing them out and arresting and executing them. There are no more incentives for the CCP who manages economy to build the economy. I don’t see anywhere in the Communist Manifesto that corruption is permitted and class discrimination . In China you have the government and corporate elitists and you have the poor. That is not communism in the slightest.

  10. From past experience the U.S. being in Korea is for U.S. safety as well as its neighbors it keeps good alliance with. We know we have to be on guard ahead of time and be based worldwide incase another madman decides to invade the world. It is happening now. You have China and Russia together to try and dominate the world forcefully and not peacefully. So if we are strategically based worldwide we have a better chance to win in a military campaign.

  11. I was in China. Over 600 million Chinese are in such severe poverty. Compared to the poor in America the poor in America would appear middle class income compared to the poor in China.

  12. Don’t waste your time. sraysr is obviously a nutcase.

  13. Do the handlers in your assisted living facility know you have access to a computer?

  14. retarded ch!nk who laughs at his own stupidity

  15. ching chong ching chong laghing like a fa gg

  16. ching chong ching chong

  17. I wish Moscow and St. Petersburg Russia would be nuked too. :o) That would be very funny. :o)

  18. Taiwan isn’t part of the six party talks. China would never sit down at a negotiating table with Taiwan as a co-equal. China considers Taiwan to be a renegade province of China. The only nation that’s participating in the six party talks that doesn’t have or host nuclear weapons is Japan, and they haven’t really “spearheaded the efforts to resolve this nuclear issue”. No single country has, for that matter. The driving force behind to effort to curtail North Korea has been the UN Security Council.

  19. H e l l o !
    1. The world has put up with the dictates of North Korea for some time.
    2. North Korea is on the same path as Iran.
    3. Close examination of their military equipment tells of who they are being used by.
    4. The little kid leader of North Korea has some one pulling his strings, just as has been
    done with his ancestors.
    5. China and Russia have used this nation for their own plans and will continue, as
    long as it serves their desires.
    6. Don’t think for a second that North Korea controls their on future.
    7. North Korea is similar but not the same as North Vietnam.
    8. North Vietnam was supported by Communist Russia.
    9. North Korea continues a military development with Russia.
    10. Vietnam is on a path similar to China, of economic growth with democratic nations,
    that have money and know how, so they can grow threw partnerships not military
    North Korea is a puppet nation. They have a one track mind, and it has nothing to do with peace or economic growth. North Korea exports what, besides weapons? Their population is one that does what is necessary to live. Freedom to the population is unheard of.
    Friendships are only skin deep, with little in return for the population, only the dictator and his puppets. Is their any hope for the starving population, who knows?

  20. How many accounts you created angry vietg00k? “Toan David?” You’re so mad you need to create many accounts to troll. Coward little vietcong, you made a mistake and you deleted like a weak midget vietg00k. Bwahahhahahaah

  21. Little hurted vietg00k is angry and trolling every place with the word “chinese” because he too short and weak to anything in real life. Bwaahahahahah pathetic vietcong bwahhahahahaha

  22. A butthurted vietcong is mad at commie chinese because his people are too weak and short to do anything about it. He needs to troll online so his 5ft tall self can feel like a man. Historical knowledge? Like how most midget surnames came from chinese? Bwahhahahahaha

  23. Mad miget vietcong? Coming from a low IQ vietcong that doesn’t know how to form a coherent sentence, capitalization, and punctuation. Bwahahahah Weak, short, and stupid vietgook Bwahahahahaha

  24. Koreans love roast pork. Soon, Kim Jong Un will be served. Bon Appetit.

  25. go learn some English you ch!nk

  26. you must be a brainwashed dumbass without any historical knowledge

  27. Aww look at the commie c0(k sucker stalking peoples profiles

  28. Amusing?!? you are a sick person who thinks loss of life on that scale is a joke for your enjoyment.

  29. Right now, I agree, as my father was born during the Cultural revolution, and often he had to walk up to 10 miles everyday just to get a piece of man tou(a type of bread). But there are quite a few differences from then and now. For one, yes , the communism is bogus, because well, it’s not communism. It’s a republic/communist/dictatorish thingamajig. In the end, China is an athiest country. But they do not hate touristsl like North Korea, nor do they hate christian chinese. Despite having a racial superority complex, they do not walk around preaching Manifest Destiny. Rather, from what I experienced, they know that Americans have better life standards( and military),but they strive to change. Instead of looking as if they were good, they try to change. So yeah, there a quite a few problems, but there is a lot of change. As for human rights, Mongolia, and Tibet, Mongolia used to be a part of China. But they didn’t go all Civil War on them. And for Buddhism, I’ll be damned if I didn’t see a vast majority of children believing that Muslims were evil people, that whites owned America first, that the Native Americans just went to a different place willingly. China is essentially a 1960 america. GIve it 20 years, and in the end, if it doesn’t work out, what are you going to do? Nuke em? Genocide? There is no point in harm, we should be trying to help each other, that’s what the passage is about, living as one, in peace.

  30. The world is already a lose. Consider the whole world, for centuries, different cultures that had different believes. Now look at US n West, they have their own forms of equal rights and they are willing to take on the world to force it. It is no doubt there is a financial crises. It’s all setting up, for an upheaval of the world, never seen in the history. Look at the West, how they are very insistent in their ways. They’re mortal enemy, ISIS is facing them, one on one. They also insist in their ways. Eventually, they may call anyone in their way, the names of their enemy.

  31. People keep saying if the North attacks with a Nuke, they will be vaporize. They don’t realize, they still win. They don’t care if they lose as long as you lose. Similar ideology as ISIS. As long as you lose, they win, even if they lose also. How you going to defeat an enemy like that? You don’t, because you will lose something and you will be lucky to come out alive.

  32. Do you really know about the communism or captalism?

  33. nonesenses

  34. Every family has an annoying little cousin that you just want to 6!tch slap into next week. North Korea is China’s, and frankly, the ever more cosmopolitan Chinese are getting tired of dealing with the unstable little m0r0n in Pyongyang.

  35. Bottom line North Korea is a mess for every country exposed to the possible damages caused by North Koreas kindergarten mentality. In the event North Korea launches a nuke and succeeds North Korea will be vaporized, if North Korea starts a ground war against South Korea then North Korea will be pulverized. So I say to North Korea go ahead and initiate a WAR the global community is tired of your North Korean games, that said my position remains that North Koreas leadership consists of no more than group of little school girls. Nothing but a bunch of spineless pygmy PIGS. Time to close the North Korea chapter and get on with life whatever the cost may be in the end it would be a good investment in history.

  36. How do you know that China isn’t already contemplating about taking him out? He is not loved by his own starving people at all. China would love to modernize North Korea, get that cheap labor, sell more stuff. They would gladly reunite N and S if they could keep NATO away from their border. Maybe someday the South will say “Yankee Go Home” and make it so.

  37. That belligerent little pygmy is just crazy enough to lob nuclear missiles at anyone thinking that a first strike surprise attack guarantees the destruction of all his enemies (he has no friends) in the ensuing holocaust. His kind don’t mind living like moles in a fallout shelter as his own population gets thinned.

  38. I know China does not stand up to the “Rule of Law”, example, his disregard of the Laws of the Sea sanctioned by the International law in Hague. With this, I believe China will disregard his vows to help N. Korea in case of conflict – it is not to the benefit or best interest of China in the “eyes of the world”, covering up for a lawless country like N.Korea.

  39. Someone is mad.Commie Chinese took your little island and now you trolling on the internet like a little b!tchass vietcong. Bwahahhahahahaha vietcong bwahahahh

  40. You care midget flip or you wouldn’t responded.

  41. If you believe every little thing the media says your never going to get anywhere… but there are some interesting points. And if china and NK are really on the outs… its a good thing….. otherwise remains to be seen.

  42. Archduke Ferdinand | Aug 15, 2015, 9:57 pm at 9:57 pm |

    1alien1 = Chinese shill.

  43. Archduke Ferdinand | Aug 15, 2015, 9:56 pm at 9:56 pm |

    This article written by a Chinese shill.
    Probably Sum Ting Wong.

  44. Kim Jong-un executed his uncle-in-law, not his uncle. The article’s writer is wrong here. That also means the writer of this article simply don’t have enough knowledge to write about North Korea or North Korean. Be advised in Asian culture an uncle-in-law is more or less a remote person according to the blood-line. An in-law can be terminated as soon as he is found to be someone’s pawn, particularly in the political business. In this case Kim Jong-un’s uncle-in-law was China’s pawn … North Korean has never been happy with China’s claim to North Korean land. How could Kim Jong-un let a foxy uncle-in-law who was so much close to the Chinese live next to him? Best resolution is to terminate him. Kim Jong-un did. To me that proves Kim Jong-un is wiser than many people think. Ask yourself who among the world leaders has a nerve to say NO to Putin of China and to Xi of China. Only Kim Jong-un did. Doesn’t that mean something regardless how bad he was?

  45. Maybe they mean Taiwan?

  46. shhh dont use facts with these people they will just label you as something stupid like a racist sexist warmonger neo nazi or some

  47. “Spearheaded by non-nuclear China, serious efforts to resolve this
    nuclear issue has always hit the rocks due to North Korea’s defiance and
    repeatedly walking out of The Six Party Talks, which comprised of six
    nations such as the United States, Russia, China, South Korea, Japan and North Korea itself.”

    Non-nuclear China? Seriously? Does the author realize that China is one of the five NPT- designated nuclear weapon states? That China tested nuclear weapons from 1964 until it signed the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty in 1996? That China, while never acknowledging exactly how many nuclear warheads it has, is conservatively estimated to have between 100 and 400 warheads, with some estimates of as many as 3000 warheads in underground tunnels?

    China has not been non-nuclear since the early 1960’s.

  48. ??????????????????????????????? are u 5 or 7 ?? l;olnever learn

  49. China would rather have a fat junkyard dog live at their border region as a rogue communist dictator than have N. Korea become united as a democracy with S. Korea. Then the U.S. would have a military base right on China’s border. China doesn’t want that kind of human democracy there. They want this FAT BOY to constantly bark and threaten stability in the region all in the name of protecting communist ideology that violates human decency and never worked before. China’s behavior only reveals that their dream of being the ruler and threat of the entire world is in the making because they appear to always desire to expand their military capabilities. Yet no one is threatening China. The entire world is trading and investing with China. Who the hell wants to own China or even manage it through a military conflict? It’s a S***hole of just contaminated water, air and land with 640 million people in abject poverty being slowly poisoned to death by food unfit for human consumption.

  50. With China’s violation of human rights, China will never change from their bogus Communist Ideology. They vandalize churches and refuse a lot of freedom of religions. They even vandalize Buddhist temples accusing them of believing in superstitions. The CCP committed a massive genocide of 1.2 million Tibetans, have destroyed their environment religious practice and made a dumping ground of Tibet for nuclear waste. Recently, over 200 lawyers who represented human rights for the Chinese people were imprisoned, tortured and forced to admit publically that they spoke against the communist rule. China’s food is not safe for human consumption because they do not regulate illegal use of pesticides at toxic levels. Therefore, inadvertently they are being a threat to their own people’s health. They have taken land and herds away from herdsman in Mongolia and other border provinces, forcing them to live in houses that are falling apart without other employment. China’s CCP and corporate masters work hand and hand and horde their wealth while 640 million Chinese remain in abject poverty. If you are Chinese American I can understand your sentiment for a country your forefathers came from but I was there and their violation of human rights and environmental suicide is as bad as N. Korea if not worse because of their very large population. Because of China’s wealth they are extremely so destructive with their industries on environment not only in China but the whole world contributing to global warming. Because of poor social infrastructure, the cities are so over congested that the pollution index noise and air is severe because of China not developing employment in suburb and country towns for the people. Parents are forced to abandon their children in country homes to get work in urban areas. As a result, their children are committing suicide. This just a little bit of the gross human atrocities going on in China.

  51. The whole china n.korea relationship started with keeping promises. The N.koreans help the chinese communists take out the US backed Nationalists, after which PRC was established and favor needed to be returned, thus helping the N.koreans in Korean War. After division / border was established, N.Korea served it’s purpose as a buffer zone from us backed s.korea and for the most part has always been a welfare recipient of china. China’s relationship with N.Korea ended with the Kim Senior. Kim jr. just replaying nuclear threats to try to get something from usa, as previously USA gave tons of oil and food to them thanks jimmy carter and bill clinton on sucker promises not to build nukes. Fast forward today, a railway / gateway is built between russia to n.korea, thus starts their backup plan as relationship with china has soured.

  52. Maybe fat boy ought to just come out of the closet, it’s obvious to the world he’s a flaming fruit, lke his father. And someone please start a war with this little puke so we can toast him.

  53. It would be amusing if North Korea nuked Beijing.

  54. I think that instead of arguing that China is bad, or NK is bad, we should be looking on the good side. I am a Chinese American, literally, and two different viewpoints of China and USA has helped. Think about this: China is a country that is willing to be unique, and now they’re going western. Shouldn’t this all be about how we’re coming together peacefully, and that a dictatorship is falling, not that we’re all screwed? Right????

  55. There is no nation on the planet that can get alone with North Korea.

  56. you are quack alright!

  57. I agree completely! :)

  58. I agree completely! :)

  59. Actually a lot of that was true. What’s your interest in spreading your false opinions? Actually don’t answer, I don’t care.

  60. Actually a lot of that was true. What’s your interest in spreading your false opinions? Actually don’t answer, I don’t care.

  61. A little nutjob could be a useful buffer between a Western World ally!

  62. A little nutjob could be a useful buffer between a Western World ally!

  63. A little nutjob could be a useful buffer between a Western World ally.

  64. A little nutjob could be a useful buffer between a Western World ally.

  65. Congrats on picking 3 things and pretending they are the universe. First of all China starved millions of people less than a generation ago. Second of all if you don’t think North Korea has a “real” military you are nothing but a North American size queen. And second of all, if China were quite as pragmatic as you imply they probably would have let Taiwan go about 40 years ago and wouldn’t be antagonizing World trade for the building of a few fake islands.

  66. Congrats on picking 3 things and pretending they are the universe. First of all China starved millions of people less than a generation ago. Second of all if you don’t think North Korea has a “real” military you are nothing but a North American size queen. And second of all, if China were quite as pragmatic as you imply they probably would have let Taiwan go about 40 years ago and wouldn’t be antagonizing World trade for the building of a few fake islands.

  67. you’re the dumb sheet if you believe this BS.

  68. China dislikes North Koreans ’cause N.Koreans been stealing noodle and tofu from Red China !

  69. You again with your stupid comments. Go away.

  70. Well unlike NK, the US President gets 2, four year terms and he is done, and that happy day we get to see him moving out should become a national holiday.

  71. You obviously have NO CLUE. Not one item on your list is true.

  72. how so? china has a great economy, feeds it’s people and has a real military. they are also pragmatic. n korea has non of these things

  73. China and NKorea are basically two of a kind..

  74. The Chinese are traditionally the worst of allies, willing to stab anyone in the back if the payday is worth it, and it’s been that way throughout the centuries back to when the dynasties struggled for power. There is danger in leaving NK to its own devices, a cornered and injured animal is always the most dangerous and they could well try something stupid as a last ditch effort for “honor”.

  75. Diplomatic alliances, cultural friendships, military agreements all evolve continuously and change and can not be judged today by yesterdays standards because time brings change 7 decades ago Germany and Japan was our sworn enemy and China and Russia was our allies so the only race we have to worry about and strive for is the human race

  76. China is more about money. China needs to ask itself this question. Would China be better off with a unified Korea under Seoul or do they want to keep it divided with a nut job on their border. Sooner or later The Little Troll is gonna decide he does not need China. With a unified Korea on its border with Seoul as the capitol China has a new trading partner and there would no longer be a need for U S troops in Korea because the Korean War would be officially over. Win win for China.

  77. If it weren’t for the stupid Chinese defending N. Korea, there would be only one Korea today. What a shame. I hope eventually China comes to full realization that siding with N. Korea is not no frutful in fact detremental. By at least 2050 I hope somehow N. Korea will be completely destroyed.

  78. It’s just a family squabble, not a real fight. China loves its baby partner, even if it slaps it a few times for crying in the middle of the night.

  79. China helps North Korea counterfeit US $100 bills. China enjoys North Korean women crossing the border into China. China likes young female slaves. China is officially communist, like North Korea. China is a dictatorship without human rights or elections like North Korea. China is in bed with Pakistan & Iran. North Korea helps Iran with nuclear parts. China & North Korea have far too much in common. They both hate Japan. That’s enough alone, for a common alliance. They also both hate America.

  80. Kim Jung Un is just one sorry POS. I feel sorry for the people of North Korea. I also believe Obama would like to see the same for the people of the USA.

  81. Who care. How can you believe this article you know they are both Communist and a liar…..

  82. It took that long for Xi Ching Chong to realize that endorsing that piece of trash is a pain in the butt?
    Stupid Chinese

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