A Peace Treaty?

My name is Daniel. I was an English teacher in Seoul, South Korea, and am now a writer who has
published four books. They are South Korea: Our Story by Daniel Nardini, The Day China Cried by
Daniel Nardini, My Taiwan, Seoul, and Guadalajara (Mexico) Memoirs by Daniel Nardini, and
My Italian American, Rural Taiwan and Lawndale News Memoirs by Daniel Nardini.
              Interestingly enough, Canadian Lieutenant General Wayne Eyre has stated that a
peace treaty between North Korea, South Korea and the United Nations would most likely be a ploy
to tear the U.S.-South Korea military alliance and eventually force the United States to pull out its
forces in South Korea. This would pave the way for a confederation between the two Koreas on
largely Pyongyang and Beijing’s terms, and essentially make South Korea a mere puppet state. The
big wild card of course in U.S. President Donald Trump. Could he disregard the advice of his generals
and sign such a treaty? Quite possible. But a peace treaty without a real resolution of North Korea’s 
nuclear weapons, without North Korea getting rid of its chemical and biological weapons, without
it even reducing its army would make any peace treaty worthless. But then the peace treaty without
any real peace is simply a tactic of divide and conquer for the North Korean and Chinese governments.