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Eastern nations want unity and unhampered march to progress, but there are those who seek to impose a divided world.
A victim of Nazionist’s Cold War, the Korean Peninsula was divided for Empire’s sake. Yet lies won’t endure as the human’s resolve for seeking the light.
No matter how they project their might in theaters of war and in the privacy of our own homes, the tradition of fear is ending, and the fearsome army of darkness is cowering from the corner of inevitable irrelevance.
We are moving into a new brave new world of our own choosing.  We will get there because we willed it and always believe it to be our only destiny.

Pyongyang calls for Koreas’ federalization & reunification without outside interference

Published time: July 07, 2014 03:31
Edited time: July 07, 2014 04:25
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un attends an unveiling ceremony of statues of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il during the completion ceremony of Songdowon International Children's camp in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) in Pyongyang May 3, 2014. (Reuters/ KCNA)
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un attends an unveiling ceremony of statues of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il during the completion ceremony of Songdowon International Children’s camp in this undated photo released by North Korea’s Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) in Pyongyang May 3, 2014. (Reuters/ KCNA)

North and South should no more be victims of outside efforts to exploit Korea’s division, Pyongyang has stated, calling on Seoul to make steps toward reunification through federalization in which differing ideologies and social systems would co-exist.
“The north and the south should specify the reunification proposals by way of federation and confederation and make efforts to realize them and thus actively promote co-existence, co-prosperity and common interests,” Pyongyang said in a statement.
The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) says that both nations should seek “reasonable reunification proposals” supported by all “to achieve reunification through a federal formula in Korea where differing ideologies and social systems exist.”
Presently a concrete wall runs 240 kilometres along the front line south of the Military Demarcation Line as a barrier across the Korean peninsula. Now the North is calling on the South to “join hands” to settle disagreements and pursue “the reunification issue of the country in line with the desire and wish of the nation.”
DPRK urged to focus on the joint declaration of 15 June, a document that was signed in 2000 in Pyongyang between South Korean president Kim Dae-jung and North Korean leader Kim Jong Il.

Sout Korean soldiers face the North korean side of the truce village of Panmunjom in the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) between North and South Korea (AFP Photo / Ed Jones)

Sout Korean soldiers face the North korean side of the truce village of Panmunjom in the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) between North and South Korea (AFP Photo / Ed Jones)

“In the June 15 joint declaration the north and the south recognized that there are common points in the north-proposed low-level federation and the south-proposed confederation, and agreed to work for reunification in this direction in the future.”
To start with the communist state is proposing to “create the atmosphere favorable for reconciliation and unity” and to end “calumnies and vituperations” that create misunderstanding and distrust among Koreans.
Legal and institutional measures that block family reunification should be lifted and a “broad avenue for contacts, visits, cooperation and dialogue should be opened.”
Meanwhile, the North says that both states should “end reckless hostility and confrontation” for the reconciliation and unity process.
“The grave situation in which even a single remark and act and tiny friction may lead to a dangerous conflict and destruction of the nation is prevailing on the Korean peninsula as hostility and confrontation have reached the extremes.”
Pyongyang urged its neighbor to stop all kinds of “north-targeted war exercises” and reject dependence on “outsiders” to resolve Korean problems.
“[North and South] should solve all issues by their own efforts in the common interests of the nation from the stand of putting the nation above all, attaching importance to the nation and achieving national unity,” the statement reads. “The north and the south should never fall a victim to outsiders keen on catching fish in troubled waters through the division of Korea.”
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Revealed: Britain’s secret plan for 100,000 Syria invasion force

Published time: July 04, 2014 18:59
Edited time: July 06, 2014 15:37

Britain was considering the option of training a massive, 100,000-strong army in Turkey and Jordan to defeat President Bashar Assad, according to a plan drawn up by a leading British general. The invasion was later scrapped as too risky.
The strategy, revealed by BBC Newsnight, involved Britain training a 100,000-strong rebel army in Jordan and Turkey over a 12-month period.
The rebels would have been trained by an international coalition armed with high-quality weaponry, and would have marched on Damascus with air cover provided by Britain and its allies.
The plan echoes the ‘Shock and Awe’ campaign used in Iraq during its initial invasion in 2003.
The idea was developed two years ago by Lord Richards, the UK Chief of Defense Staff at the time. During his tenure, he actively lobbied Prime Minister David Cameron to intensify the war effort in Libya, and directly target its then-leader Muammar Gaddafi, rather than just protect civilians.
The UK government has refused to comment on Newsnight’s revelations.
The idea was considered by Cameron and Dominic Grieve, the UK Attorney General, and sent to the National Security Council, Whitehall sources told BBC. But it was deemed too risky, they said.
Further options for Britain to intervene were also scrapped, as MPs voted against military action in a parliamentary vote last year.
This was not the first time the West mulled possible intervention scenarios since the Syrian civil war began in 2011.
Following an alleged but unproven chemical attack by the Syrian government in Ghouta, on Aug. 21, 2013, US President Barack Obama was under pressure to send American troops to aid Syrian rebels, having publicly set out a “red line” on chemical weapons use.
However, that decision was scaled back as opinion polls suggested an overwhelming number of Americans were against more military intervention overseas.

Reuters / Ints Kalnins

Reuters / Ints Kalnins

The West has been significantly involved in the Syria’s war, however.
Last year, reports showed that officers from the US, British and French armies were training rebel groups in Jordan, in an effort to strengthen more secular parts of Syria’s opposition.
Additionally, the CIA has also assisted Syria’s rebels since the war began – providing them with intelligence to use against Bashar-al-Assad’s forces. Other reports suggest that the CIA has funneled weapons and anti-tank missiles to the rebels through the Gulf States.
With Syria becoming even more unstable, with additional threats from the rebel militia group ISIS in Iraq, Obama has requested the US Congress to approve $500 million in funding to train moderate rebel groups, in a plan similar to the one put forward by the UK’s Lord Richards.
Commenting on the funding request, White House spokesperson Caitlin Hayden said: “While we continue to believe that there is no military solution to this crisis and that the United States should not put American troops into combat in Syria, this request marks another step toward helping the Syrian people defend themselves against regime attacks, push back against the growing number of extremists like ISIL who find safe-haven in the chaos, and take their future into their own hands by enhancing security and stability at local levels. “
According to the latest UN estimates, around 140,000 Syrians have died since the civil war began, while more than 7 million have become refugees – a number that is expected to rise as neighboring Iraq becomes increasingly unstable.
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TSA prohibits discharged electronic devices on board

Published time: July 07, 2014 00:18
If the battery of your mobile device fails to power up on the request of a TSA agent, you won’t be allowed to take it on board a US-bound plane, the TSA announced as part of enhanced security measures at “certain overseas airports.”
The new measure is part the US Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) strive to boost security amid concerns that Al-Qaeda in Yemen and the al-Nusra Front in Syria are planning a terror attack, US officials told Reuters. The US government warned earlier this week of an Al-Qaeda effort to create an undetectable bomb that could be smuggled through airport security.
Some experts believe that amid other methods, enemies might try to disguise explosives or other dangerous object as a laptop computer, cellphone, or a tablet.
“During the security examination, officers may also ask that owners power up some devices, including cell phones. Powerless devices will not be permitted on board the aircraft. The traveler may also undergo additional screening,” TSA said in a statement.

Reuters / Dado Ruvic

Reuters / Dado Ruvic

In a statement earlier this week, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said that the new measures were the result of a re-evaluation of measures “to promote aviation security,” but offered few details on how airlines and airports will implement them. “Aviation security includes a number of measures, both seen and unseen, informed by an evolving environment,” was all that was said.
The tough new security policy has already been implemented in UK airports, where passengers are subjected to “vigorous” body searches and required to switch on their electronic devices while airport staff swab travellers’ shoes and clothes to check for traces of explosives.
“Our job is to try to anticipate the next attack, not simply react to the last one,” Johnson said on NBC’s Meet the Press on Sunday. “We know that there remains a terrorist threat to the United States. And aviation security is a large part of that.”
“We felt that it was important to crank (security) up some at the last point of departure airports. And we’ll continually evaluate the situation,” added Johnson.
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