The Korean Mousetrap is, in a roundabout way, a cleverly-built metaphysical minefield deterring anyone from actually rationalizing and reuniting the two Koreas. The Mind-Body Problem of Rene Descartes is at play on both sides of the 38th Parallel. Donald Trump had stumbled upon it without thinking too deeply about its historical significance by proclaiming “fire and fury” in 2017. Moreover, not only have I been able to crack the difficulties of Korean Reunification, I have also revealed evidence of an unholy trinity that Jeffersonianism shares with Hitlerism and Trotskyism. The lynchpins are “Fordism-Taylorism” and the “Fractional-Reserve Banking System.” This is important because I now suspect that Fordism-Taylorism and the Fractional-Reserve Banking System have led to the DPRK being hesitantly anxious about its openess to the outside world and why the ROK is far worse off than the DPRK itself.
What I would like to do for Part II is to continue the discussion on the DPRK, explaining explain how the Intents of Command and Obedience offers us a glimpse into that country without actually being there. In addition, a reevaluation of the ROK is also in order.
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