Liberated Gojoseon is not a colony and military outpost of the USA

Beautiful little Korea with 75 million people, and divided by greater powers.

In 1945 it was occupied by the USA empire, after its victory against Imperial Japan.

The USA empire installed pro-Japanese Fascist Korean leaders as obedient proxy servants.

The CIA then installed military strongmen to lead the country as puppets of the USA.

The USA then converted South Korea into a capitalist experiment, dominated by a few 'Chaebols' with fealty to the USA.

South Korea thus existed as an experiment model of the USA against Communism to the North.

BUT, now a soft peaceful peoples revolution has taken place, and it has elected an independent leader who has not been trained and backed by the CIA. He seems not to be corrupt, like so many corrupt CIA Dogs.

But to be truly free, South Korea has to cut its colonial links to the USA, instituted since 1945.

1. The military agreements which bind the South Korean defense forces to the will of the Pentagon. The Korean President can talk all day about peace with the North, but his military could theoretically/legally initiate war with Pyongyang upon the covert directions of the Pentagon.
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2. The South Korean intelligence agencies, modelled on the CIA and at one time called the KCIA were created by the CIA to control South Korea. They have assassinated Korean leaders, most notably OhMyNews). ..... and many other ordinary civilians in order to enforce the USA's control of the country. 
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3. South Korea must cuts it cultural ties to the USA.
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4. South Korea must eliminate its psychological dependence on the USA. 'The best Korean students' 'FINISH' their education in the USA.....why?
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5. All USA military security installations in the country must be closed. It is ineffective to talk of PEACE with the North, while the South accommodates so many USA military people in the country, along with aggressive missile defense systems like THAAD, along with sophisticated USA EW installations. 28,500 USA servicemen/women in South Korea, and about 30 security/military installations.

North Korea does not have foreign armies stationed on its soil.

North Korea does not have foreign missile defense systems installed on its soil.

North Korea does not have foreign EW defense systems installed on its soil.

North Korea does not have foreign NAVAL forces on its coast.

North Korea does not have foreign intelligence agencies hubs on its soil.

North Korea does not carry out military execises with foreign super-power empires from the West.

North Korea does not have foreign airbases of super power 'allies' on its soil.

North Korean leaders, and government officials are not spies of the CIA.

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Says South Korea Must Learn to Say 'No' to Americans

by Jason Ditz at antiwar.com
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In a move that had been widely expected by the polls, Democratic Party candidate Moon Jae-in has won the presidency of South Korea today, following a special by-election which related the impeached Park Geun-hye. Moon had previously run for president in 2012, but narrowly lost to Park, who is now facing serious charges of bribery and abuse of power.
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Moon is a major departure from the recent string of hawks in the South Korean presidency, advocating peaceful reunification with North Korea and promising to visit the reclusive nation at the first opportunity after the election. He is seen as keen to return to the Sunshine Policy of the early 2000s, aimed at improving bilateral ties and trying to avoid war.
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That’s not likely to sit well with the Trump Administration, which has repeatedly panned diplomacy in general as a “failed” tactic and has been talking up increasingly confrontational policies toward North Korea. Moon, however, is well aware of this, saying he thinks it is very important that South Korea should develop a less lop-sided relationship with the US ,and “learn to say no to the Americans.”
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Moon is also a former human rights lawyer who seeks to outright repeal a number of South Korea’s repressive national security laws, and dramatically reform the National Intelligence Service, transforming it into an overseas-only intelligence agency, and eliminating its broad domestic spying powers.
(Can you kindly open my secret service files in South Korea 2005---2006, and abroad 2006--2017, and investigate their abuse against me please.....on behalf of the CIA.....nothing can justify their criminal behaviour, least of all for one white t-shirt from Tesco Lotus. I would like a full investigation, and the publication of the problem passed on to me here...2005--2017)
The reforms are both a part of his general desire to turn South Korea into a more “responsible” nation in the region, and out of the practical reality that the harsh national security state has leaned heavily toward conservatives for years, and has made the election of Democrats and other opposition figures like himself all but impossible, barring surprise circumstances like an impeachment.
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Moon is also pushing for the reopening to Kaesong Industrial Park, an industrial facility in which South Korean companies can employ North Korean workers. The site has been closed repeatedly in the midst of tensions, but is also seen as a key way for South Korea to foster an improved relationship with its long-time rival.