Red troops are 20 miles from Seoul and the Security Council orders a Cease-Fire
Troubled United Nations Security Council’s sessions of today. After the huge tensions suffered yesterday, the escalation of menaces between one and another just grew up. Diplomatic measures were the main tonic during the morning sessions in the building until the point of passing a resolution in order to not to enter troops within Korean territory for not finishing in an armed conflict. This resolution was able to pass thanks to the non-assistance of the USSR delegation, which made possible the approval of the cease-fire leaded by South Korea.
But it is not gold everything that shines and, when approving that paper, our sources revealed that both the USSR and the USA were moving troops throughout Indochina territory. Soviet recognition planes were flying over Shanghai and two nuclear submarines were detected in Philippines seas. It seems that the General MacArthur has not sufficient nuclear power with the Japanese disaster.
These movements were part of a even more deployment of troops, with the intervention of Australia on the south of the peninsula, China and United States of America on the East and the settlement of Socialist troops on the north.
And with all this movements, the must-be evitable was converted in an inevitable. The war of Korea exploded. Communist North Korean troops launched a full-scale invasion, passing the parallel 38º and going until the Pukban Mountain, 20 Miles from the Southern capital of Seoul.
The counterattack from South Korea and the Western block has not waited and demonstrate its “power” by attacking trough the Western part of the peninsula just at the same time that the North and Socialist block were attacking trough the Eastern Part, almost conquering until Busan’s harbour where Australians are.
The day that people never wants to arrive has become. Korean and, who knows, third world war, has begun and nobody knows what is going to be next. Unhopefully, the humankind has not learnt anything about its recent past.