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Ever since its establishment in 1948, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has been under the threat — at times open, at times implied — of nuclear annihilation at the hands of the U.S.Especially tense was the period of the Korean War, when Gen. Douglas MacArthur actually proposed laying down a radioactive cobalt belt along the border with People’s China. This threat came even as U.S. Air Force planes were destroying — with “conventional” bombs — every building in North Korea over one story and millions of Korean people were dying in the war.The real reason for that war was the great anti-colonial, pro-socialist revolution that had triumphed in the North, in which the political rule of Korean landlords and bosses — collaborators with Japanese colonial rule since 1910 — was pulled down and the masses liberated. It is no accident that the years of the Korean war were also a time of the most virulent attacks on progressive forces in the U.S. — the era of McCarthyism.Since then, the Pentagon has organized, at great expense, semi-annual war “games” by the U.S. and South Korea that simulate an attack on the DPRK by nuclear-capable ships and planes. They have quite openly been described as exercises in “decapitating” the North’s leadership and, in recent years, have included military forces from Japan, the hated former colonial power.Now, some 70 years since the division of the Korean nation was formalized by the U.S. setting up a puppet regime in the South, there is a glimmer of hope that discussions among both Koreas and the U.S. could bring an end to the state of war declared in 1950 that persists to this day. The enthusiasm of Koreans in the South, as well as the North, for such a discussion was made clear to the world at the time of the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, when both Koreas marched together under one flag.The nuclear weapons questionWhat has made it possible for such a discussion to even take place? The truth is that a new situation exists precisely because the DPRK now possesses nuclear weapons and the ability to use them if attacked.We in the United States, of course, do not want another war. So how should we regard the nuclear capability of the DPRK?It is a deterrent to a U.S. attack and therefore is an anti-war measure. The Koreans need such a powerful defense as long as they have no other guarantees against another U.S. war. They are the aggrieved party, and it is up to them to decide if and when their safety would be guaranteed without such weapons.The DPRK has never attacked the U.S. They have only defended themselves from U.S. aggression, which took on monstrous proportions during the 1950-53 war.The U.S. military has occupied South Korea since 1945. It sponsored a long line of military dictatorships in the South that carried out bloody repression there against anyone who even whispered sympathy for the North. The people’s movement in the South finally defeated the generals and ushered in civilian rule. However, despite decades of a popular movement against the military occupation, it has not yet been able to rid the country of U.S. troops and bases.We have seen remarkable strides toward a rapprochement between North and South in recent months. And it looked as though the Trump administration was ready to sit down with the DPRK’s Kim Jong Un and South Korea’s Moon Jae-in to discuss concrete measures to defuse military tensions.Now these expectations are up in the air. Trump has appointed as his national security adviser one of the most anti-DPRK figures possible — John Bolton, who in February wrote a column for the Wall Street Journal advocating a “preemptive” military strike against the DPRK. As of this writing, Trump, who at first was for the summit meeting but then rejected it, is now supposedly reconsidering.These are life-and-death issues for all the peoples involved. They cannot be left to the whims of this extremely reactionary and unpredictable U.S. administration, which tells the world one thing today and another tomorrow.People who understand the dangers need to make their voices heard. We need more demonstrations and other public statements opposing the current dangerous trend toward war coming from the U.S.U.S. hands off Korea! Sign a peace treaty now!FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
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Courtesy family of Alexandra Black(BURLINGTON, N.C.) — The investigation into how a lion at a North Carolina wildlife center managed to get loose and kill a young intern is putting a new focus on how keeping exotic animals in private facilities is regulated in the state.North Carolina is one of just four states in the nation with little or no laws for keeping wild animals like lions, bears and primates in captivity, according to The Humane Society of the United States.“Sadly, this incident illustrates the need for strong legislation to better restrict the private possession of dangerous wild animals,” said Kitty Block, acting president and chief executive officer of The Humane Society of the United States.On Sunday, 22-year-old Alexandra Black was killed by a lion at the Conservators Center in Burlington. Caswell County Sheriff’s Office investigators said Black was cleaning an animal enclosure with a professionally trained animal keeper when she was mauled to death.The 14-year-old lion named Matthai had been locked in a separate enclosure but somehow got out and attacked Black, officials said.“I think anytime you have an incident, you have to take time to really assess what happened and that means some investigation. And we need to understand it and make sure that it’s something that never happens again,” Mindy Stinner, executive director of the Conservators Center, told ABC’s “Good Morning America.”Police have released few details about how the animal got out of its locked enclosure.The Conservators Center is regulated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, which inspected the facility on April 2 and found no violations, according to records obtained by ABC News. The USDA’s report showed that the facility housed 85 animals, including 16 lions, three tigers, two leopards and four bobcats.The Conservators Center is not accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums.“Most facilities licensed by the United States Department of Agriculture to hold dangerous animals are not accredited by AZA, as is the case with the Conservators Center,” the association said in a statement to ABC News. “Despite this, staff at the Conservators Center acknowledge the value of AZA’s practices. They have also reached out to AZA for assistance, and AZA-accredited facilities are responding with the help and support they need during this tragic time.“We are empathetic to what the staff at the Conservators Center are going through and will assist with anything they need — from animal care to food and supplies.”Black, a graduate of Indiana University, started working as an intern at the facility just 10 days before she was killed, officials at the Conservators Center said in a statement.Personnel at the facility, about 60 miles northwest of Raleigh, were unable to tranquilize the lion, officials said. Sheriff’s deputies who responded to the incident shot and killed the animal in order to retrieve Black’s body, the sheriff’s office said.“Although Alex was with us for a very short time, she made an impact on our community,” the Conservators Center said in a statement to ABC News on Monday. “We are a close-knit family of paid staff and volunteers and are devastated by the loss of this vibrant, smart young woman.”The incident was the latest in a string of attacks on people in North Carolina by exotic animals dating back to 2003, according to The Humane Society of the United States.In September, a Japanese macaque monkey escaped from a backyard cage in Shallotte, North Carolina, and attacked a woman who was outside her house talking to an air-conditioner repairman, who shot the monkey dead. In 2006, a leopard at the New River Zoo in Fleetwood, North Carolina, bit the arm and wrist of a woman who was attempting to pet it while it was in its cage.In 2004, a 14-year-old girl was bitten and seriously injured by her family’s pet tiger when she entered the animal’s enclosure in Lowgap, North Carolina, to take a photo.In 2003, a 10-year-old boy shoveling snow got too close to the fenced enclosure of a neighbor’s 400-pound pet tiger in Millers Creek, North Carolina, and was dragged under a fence by the animal and killed. That same year, the owner of the Charlotte Metro Zoo, a private menagerie in Charlotte, was bitten on the neck by a leopard.Nicole Paquette, vice president of wildlife protection for the Human Society of the United States, told ABC News that many states cracked down on private ownership of wild animals following an incident in 2011 in Zanesville, Ohio, when the owner of a private animal killed himself after releasing 49 exotic animals, including 18 tigers and 17 lions. Police in Zanesville ended up killing most of the animals.“I think it’s pretty important to note that North Carolina has been one of the last holdouts in the country, and there have been numerous attempts by the state legislature to pass one of these types of laws,” Parquette said.In 2015, a bill was proposed in North Carolina that would have regulated the possession and breeding of wild and non-native animals, including big cats and bears, and would have barred the public display of privately owned animals.A watered-down version of the bill passed the state House of Representatives but died in the state Senate.Other states that lack regulations on the ownership of exotic animals are Alabama, Wisconsin and Nevada. In 2012, two pet chimpanzees, one weighing 180 pounds, escaped from a residential backyard and went on a rampage in Las Vegas, pounding on cars and getting into at least one vehicle before police killed one of them and tranquilized the other.“The sad reality is we see this time and time again,” Parquette said. “There are incidences that have happened all across the country. We’re hoping that North Carolina does the right thing this time and takes swift action to prohibit this type of activity in the future.”Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Written by Brad James Tags: Adrian Lemus/Ashley Lagat/Cayler Cook/Colton Fullmer/Drake DeHaan/Ethan Ostler/Fidel Sanchez/Fredrick Peel/Gage Cox/Helena Miyazawa/Lincoln Withers/Lone Peak/Manti/Matt Hindes/Nathan Howell/North Sanpete/Panguitch/Purity Kattam/Sheilah Cheruiyot/Taylia Norris/Trevor Steck/Tyler Bishop/Vance Strait/Wasatch Academy/West Jordan FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailOREM, Utah-Saturday, various schools and athletes from the Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network coverage area competed at the Utah County Cross Country Invitational, which featured many schools from larger classifications, and held their own.In the girl’s 3-mile run, Panguitch’s Taylia Norris placed a respectable 18th overall, posting a time of 19:03.00. The winner in the girl’s 3-mile run was Mountain View’s Helena Miyazawa in a time of 17:42:10.The overall team win for the girls was netted by the Lone Peak Knights with 26 points.Other Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network school girls’ athletes who placed included Wasatch Academy’s Ashley Lagat (20th) and Sheilah Cheruiyot (22nd). Their teammate, Purity Kattam (59th) also placed at the meet.For the boys, West Jordan’s Drake DeHaan was the overall winner in a time of 15:15.80, while Lone Peak won the overall title with 69 points. North Sanpete’s boys placed 12th with 366 points and Manti finished 17th with 542 points.Individually, North Sanpete’s Fredrick Peel placed 54th. His teammates, Matt Hindes (63rd), Vance Strait (81st), Gage Cox (86th), Adrian Lemus (87th) and Cayler Cook (94th) also placed.For Manti, the highest finisher was Colton Fullmer (102nd) while Ethan Ostler (111th), Fidel Sanchez (113th), Nathan Howell (114th), Trevor Steck (116th), Lincoln Withers (120th) and Tyler Bishop (122nd) also placed for the Templars. September 1, 2018 /Sports News – Local Panguitch’s Taylia Norris Places 18th At Utah County XC Invitational
View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Navy US Navy Divers from Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit (MDSU) 2 and Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technicians from Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit (EODMU) 6, in conjunction with archaeologists, conservationists, Naval History and Heritage Command, and the US Army Corps of Engineers, are diving the Savannah river in support of the salvage of Civil War ironclad CSS Georgia.Literally plunging into history, the team is in the water recovering Civil War-era ordnance and projectiles, rendering the site safe for the next stages of the mission.The salvage of the CSS Georgia from the Savannah River is necessitated by the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project, or SHEP. In order to deepen the river—from 42 to 47 feet for larger ships—the ironclad needed to be removed, otherwise it would be demolished with the expansion, as the wreck sits right on the shoulder of the channel used by commercial ships entering the Port of Savannah. Planning took efforts from several sources, starting with the US Army Corps of Engineers.The team is utilizing high-tech sonar, underwater imaging equipment and variety modern-day dive equipment, but the historical importance of the mission isn’t lost in slew of technology.Navy Divers are in the water every day, throughout the world, performing a diverse array of mission sets. With 2015 serving as The Year of the Military Diver, the CSS Georgia is a perfect illustration of their capabilities as they dive into history.[mappress mapid=”16451″]Image: US Navy View post tag: Ops US Navy Dives into History: CSS Georgia Salvage Ops Authorities View post tag: americas View post tag: Salvage Back to overview,Home naval-today US Navy Dives into History: CSS Georgia Salvage Ops July 10, 2015 View post tag: US Navy View post tag: CSS Georgia Share this article View post tag: DIVERS View post tag: Naval
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