Long day that of today on the Security Council buildings. War keeps on being with an inexorable path to a complete destruction of the Korean peninsula.
After huge tensions reminiscent from yesterday’s sessions, troops were moving towards the South Korean territory. This gave the chance to the Socialist block to take the leadership, if it can be considered an honour, on the combats.
What began being a direct confrontation, concerning soldiers and military equipment, was followed by the complete demonstration of power of the United States of America: One of the submarines Type VII placed in Philippines was moving forward towards Okinawa. The purpose of the movement was to bring the warhead to Great Britain.
Western block movements were immediately counterattacked by the USSR ships on the zone, which blocked all possible flanks that the Occidental group had there.
Even with all these hostilities, we have to put into a huge value what India, Egypt and Yugoslavia achieved to do within the rooms of the Security Council. They were able to present the draft of a peaceful resolution in front of the rest of the delegations present there. Everyone was for this resolution, unless the socialist block. It seems that the resolution is going to be vetoed “ipso facto” by Stalin’s cabinet.
Coming back to the war, at the end of the session, press has had the honour to continue filtering delicate information, but also the disappointment of giving this kind of notices: After the open front created by the USSR in Sweden, both Norway and France had sent, in order with the humanitarian supply given to North Korean hospitals, both salmon and cheese in really bad conditions. This made 1200 non-flagged soldiers and 2000 North Korean soldiers get ill and, finally, die.
Also we were able to report that DPRK is violating human rights, huge affirmation that must not be taken as a joke. North-Korean dissident, Kim-Jo-Ping, had stated that 20 coalition soldiers (North American, French and South Korean) were being tortured by North Korean regime, with no possibility of trial, in order to extract them information.
This war is becoming more and more cruel, we do not know until where the human cruelty can arrive. This writer personally and the whole world in general hope this conflict to be finished. Koreans do not deserve that, none does.
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