Idealists and snob-Realists in the Crisis of Liberal Democracy

North Korea, like a hell that is difficult for an ordinary man to bear, could quickly change into a society that a man can live a decent life, only if it be implemented with a proper market economy like South Korea and sustain the liberal democratic legal system prescribed in the South Korean Constitution. Even the subsequent wives who selling vegetables in the marketplace of North Korea to make a humble living are now clearly well aware of it. The only way for poor North Koreans to survive is through absorption by the Republic of Korea. Even this fact is now clearly well known to all North Koreans. Only some falsely hypnotized intellectuals living comfortably in South Korea and South Korean officials brainwashed with left-tilted ideology are unaware of it. But who is there to enable the Republic of Korea to absorb North Korea and accomplish the unification of this peninsula?

Is there any soldier who has a sense of justice in North Korea and genuinely love this country and his fatherland seriously? Recognizing the urgent need to change North Korea, which barely maintains the contradictory state system of the current dilemma and to restore it to a proper state system that can guarantee the ideology and values of human survival and freedom, could someone come up with deep insights and genuine courage to devote themselves to this essential problem?

In the end, while agonizing over the terrorist politics of dictator Kim Jong-un, North Korea’s high-ranking public officials are not making any attempts to get rid of Kim Jong-un. The sense of extreme fear for the unpredictable purge’s blade exercising by Kim Jong-un’s hand, and on the other hand, the realistic perception that he can enjoy the various privileges until Kim Jong-un’s fickle purge’s blade comes, are blocking any of their decisions, because most of them are nothing but the snob-realists until the last minute.

If there were a man with a sense of mission or ethical proposition among the high-ranking civil servants or high-ranking soldiers in North Korea, by breaking through the contradictory state system as it is now in North Korea and pursuing the values of human rights and freedoms to live a plain, and decent human life, if there were someone who prioritizes such value more, he can be said to be an idealist. No such idealist has emerged from North Korea so far.

Here in South Korea, there are more poor snob realists than idealists. In a sense, far more than in North Korea.

Even at this moment, an absolutist left-biased consciousness is spreading throughout South Korea like collective hysteria. As I wrote on the back cover of my book, Kim’s Memoir, the liberal democratic Republic of Korea was completely defeated in the ideological war with the communist North Korea.

손을 들고 기뻐하는 남북정상 문재인 대통령과 김정은 국무위위원장이 27일 오후 경기도 파주 판문점에서 ‘판문점 선언문’에 사인, 교환한 뒤 서로 손을 잡고 활짝 웃고 있다. 2018.4.27

It has been several years since Moon Jae-in, who is now a practical puppet of Pyongyang, has seized power through lies and conspiracy to wield state power at will. The general election held on April 15 last year was a fraudulent election conducted by the AI team of Red China, which led to the monopoly of the majority of the legislature. The left-wing government and these pseudo-majority ruling parties boldly and quickly completed legislation that overturned the country’s liberal democratic system from its roots. The ROK-US alliance has become ineffective in the face of falsehood and pretense manipulated by Moon Jae-in, and the Republic of Korea is now rapidly falling into the path of national ruin.

Editorial Review – Kim’s Memoir — The Book Review Directory

Title: Kim’s Memoir

Author: Young-Koo Kim

Genre: Memoir / Korean History

Kim’s Memoir is the passionately told story of a prominent Korean jurist, naval officer, professor, and scholar of international law who spent his life serving South Korea, in particular doing legal work to ensure the security of the country’s Northern Limit Line. […]

via Editorial Review – Kim’s Memoir — The Book Review Directory

Moon and Trump have at least one thing in common. They are never innocent neither honest.


Of course, that is not true when Trump says that he loves Kim Jong-eun.  Trump, however, is not to be criticized seriously because his only purpose is to make the atmosphere of the negotiations a very intimate one by flattering his opponent of the deal.

But when Moon Jae-in is saying that he will support to build rail road and highway in North Korea with South Korean tax-payer’s money and skills and it will not go beyond the limits of economic sanctions of United Nations against North Korea, we must very careful.  Because he is telling a red lie which could not be accord to any truth.  

On October 10, South Korea’s Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha said that her government agencies were discussing lifting a broad trade and investment embargo that Seoul imposed on the North Korea, May 24, 2010.

Such lines of the Moon Government’s intention seems to be obviously against Washington’s efforts to keep the economic noose on Pyongyang until it denuclearizes.







At the very front cover of the book, you will find an introductive message. It says;

“He is telling a few urgent and meaningful facts about Korea” (in this book).

Have you found any urgent thing in the book? So far, not any? And has your conclusion come to that he is not telling any urgent fact about Korea in this book?

Then, you are wrong.

He is telling very urgent fact about Korea. But it seems to have been expressed in some prudent and clandestine manner.

For example, please take a look at some comments in the Prologue of the book. In the conclusion part of the chapter, you would find a comment like;

“In the process of US efforts to eliminate completely the North Korea’s nuclear arsenals, and to make North Korea a free democratic society, South Korea should play a key role in the military and politics on the Korean peninsula. But the Korean government itself is now dominated and controlled by left oriented politicians. It is obviously unlucky and untimely.”

This unlucky and untimely posture of the South Korean Government could mean an immediate disaster for the South Korean people, without mentioning the North Korean people.

Now US President Mr. Donald Trump and his staff, the Secretary of State Mr. Mark Pompeo, are pushing for the denuclearization of North Korea through economic blockade and dialogue with Dictator Kim Jong-eun. But ultimately, Kim Jong Eun, who has no will to denuclearize, will eventually fail to respond reasonably to the denuclearization efforts of the United States, and at some point the US will eventually be forced to attack North Korea by force. It would not be an easy or simple job to completely eliminate the nuclear arsenal and transform the North Korean region into a rational regime in which free democracy and market economy are applied, by completely blockading North Korea economically, by overthrowing it with armed forces and taking control of it. It would demand some very precise military operations and a long term project with lots of time and money.

Above all, the full support and cooperative efforts of the South Korean government is inevitably needed in the end because North Korea is geographically located on the Korean Peninsula. Since South Korea and the United States have already been allied with the ROK – US Mutual Defense Treaty, and ultimately, this American effort would also bring about the liberal unification of Korea, the ROK government should, willingly give a full support and cooperation.

Nontheless, the confidence that the current Korean government will give such cooperation and support to the United States’ efforts is gradually disappearing.


Let’s listen to a favorable book review by a friendly Colleague.

This book is a nonfiction book that reads like a novel.

At the beginning of the book, the records of the author’s young days are described. His narrative style, which is very fast, progressive, upbeat and a little cynical, gets immersed just like reading Mark Twain’s the Adventure of the Huckleberry Finn. So this part had captivated me to the point that I couldn’t put this book down even for a moment.

This is a brilliant book written about a young scholar studying the Law.

As the author himself has already warned in his Acknowledgement that “in the case of Hans Kelsen’s legal theory, or in the part of Immanuel Kant’s philosophical narrative of a very serious jurisprudence that introduces Kritik der reinen Vernunft, some readers might soon throw away this book”, we shall eventually encounter with these heavy legal corollaries in many parts of this book. But if you are a young scholar studying the Law, you will enjoy some unexpected delights to meet some very candid and clear explanations about the core of the customary international law, rule of passage through the international straights, and the rule of the law of war in connection with the armistice or the naval blockade or lot more. So this book is a brilliant book written for the earnest young scholars studying the Law.

This is a book you will surely remember.

The history of the NLL, a maritime demarcation line distorted by communist malignant negotiation strategies in the process of ending the Korean War, and the historical relationship between tension and conflict that have continued to occur after the cease-fire in the western hemisphere of the Korean Peninsula; it is the part where we come across in this book, only in this book, those historical truths that we have not been able to encounter often. The unfortunate history that has been formed between Korea and Japan since the 19th century is the historical truths that we have not been able to encounter but we have met only in this book. In particular, in his essay explaining the legal logic of an international law scholar, we have come to find that historical truths that we do not know of which had been persistently hidden down between these two famous East Asian nations.

In this book, the author is telling a few urgent and meaningful facts about Korea.

Korea is a free country that advocates liberal democracy in the Constitution, and it is a country that has grown up into the 13th largest trading nation in the world by fostering a free market economy system. However, since the 1990s, the whole nation and society as a whole have become infected with mass-hysteria in the left-wing totalitarianism, and in reality they are transforming into a strange country that is denying liberal democracy and slowly demolishing the market economy system.

In the process of US efforts to eliminate completely the North Korea’s nuclear arsenals, and to make North Korea a free democratic society, South Korea should play a key role in the military and politics on the Korean peninsula. But the incumbent Korean government itself is now dominated and controlled by left oriented politicians. It is obviously unlucky and untimely.

The author sees the fate of Korea in crisis and hopes that the future of his beloved motherland Korea will develop into a just and hopeful one with the efforts of people faithful to the justice and truth. Our readers cannot help but to pray that his desperate hopes will come true.