北 39호실 고위 관리 출신 탈북자 "미국이 나서서 문재인 사회주의 정권 무너뜨려야"|
2014년 탈북, 한국을 거쳐 미국으로 건너간 전 북한 노동당 39호실 고위 관리 리정호 씨는 문재인 정권을 주사파 정권, 즉 김일성주의자 정권으로 규정했다. 그는 13일 미국의 민간단체인 한미연구소(ICAS)가 미 의회 건물에서 주최한 강연에서, “북한의 핵과 미사일 도발보다 더 큰 문제는 트럼프 대통령이 문재인 정권을 신뢰하지 않는다는 점”이라며 이같이 주장했다. 대화를 통한 비핵화는 실현될 수 없고 對北 심리전을 재개해 북한 정권 내부를 흔들어야 한다고 했다.
리 씨는 북한의 대표적 외화벌이 기관인 대흥총국의 선박무역회사 사장과 무역관리국 국장, 금강경제개발총회사 이사장 등을 거쳐 탈북 직전엔 중국 다롄주재 대흥총회사 지사장을 지냈으며 2002년 ‘노력영웅’ 칭호를 받았다. 특히 중국, 러시아, 일본 기업들과 연계해 광물, 원유, 수산물 등을 거래했고, 홍콩 자본을 끌어들여 북한 서해에서 석유 탐사를 시도하는 데도 주도적 역할을 한 것으로 알려져 있다.
한미연구소(ICAS) 홈페이지에 따르면 리정호 씨는 트럼프 대통령이 문재인 대통령을 신뢰하지 않는 이유로 세가지를 꼽았다. 그는 첫 번째 이유는 문재인 정권이 너무 북한에 기대고 있고 한미 동맹의 전략적 가치를 공유하지 않고 있는 점이라고 했다. 그는 문재인 대통령의 슬로건인 ‘사람이 먼저다’는 주체사상의 ‘사람이 모든 것의 주인이며 모든 것을 결정한다’는 부분과 일치한다고 했다. 문재인 정권 핵심인사들이 갖고 있는 사상이 북한의 주체사상 및 헌법의 내용과 맥을 같이한다는 것이다.
리 씨는 한국 대통령과 청와대에 있는 핵심 인사, 그리고 여당은 주체사상을 따르고 있고 반미 운동을 했던 사람들이라고 지적했다. 이에 따라 한국과 미국 헌법에 담겨 있는 가치에 정면 배치되는 행동을 하고 있다고 했다. 그는 이런 이념적 정체성으로 하여 문재인 정권은 북한의 핵과 미사일 도발에 강력하게 대응하지 못하고 북한에서 자행되는 인권 유린에 침묵하고 있다고 비판했다. 문재인 정부는 대북 제재를 없애고 북한에 경제 지원을 할 생각만 하고 있다고도 했다.
리 씨가 꼽은 두 번째 이유는 문재인 정권이 친중(親中) 성향을 보이고 한미동맹의 근간을 흔들고 있기 때문이라고 했다. 문재인 정권이 중국이 주장한 ‘3不 정책’이 주권을 침해하고 한미동맹 정신에 저촉하는 데도 그대로 따르고 있다고도 지적했다. 3불 정책은 사드 추가 배치 반대, 한미일 군사동맹 강화 반대, 미국 미사일방어체계(MD) 편입 반대를 의미한다. 리 씨는 이런 예로 고고도미사일방어체계인 사드의 실전 배치를 계속 늦추고 한일군사정보보호협정(GSOMIA)을 파기한 것을 꼽았다. 리 씨는 트럼프 대통령은 문재인 대통령이 자신과 김정은 모두를 속이고 있다고 느끼는 것이 세 번째 이유라고 했다. 김정은과 세 차례 만난 트럼프는 문재인이 중재자 역할을 하면서 양측 모두를 속이고 있다는 점을 알게 되었다는 주장이다.
리 씨는 문재인 정권이 겉으로는 한미동맹은 강력하다고 주장하면서 뒤에서는 주한미군 철수 분위기를 체계적으로 만들어나가고 있다고 했다. 戰時작전권 조기 전환과 미군 기지 조기 반환 등을 추진하며 주한미군 철수의 정당성을 만들어나가고 있다는 것이다. 그는 문재인 정권이 계속 친중 반미 정책을 펼친다면 주한미군 철수는 시간 문제가 될 것이라고 했다. 그는 주한미군이 철수하면 한국이 큰 경제 위기를 맞을 수 있고 김정은 정권이 무조건 항복을 요구하고 나설 수 있다고 했다. 북한은 중국과 러시아라는 후방 지원 세력이 있지만 미군이 철수한 한국에는 지원 세력이 없어 북한에 쉽게 당할 것이라고도 내다봤다.
리정호 씨는 김정은이 존재하는 한 북한의 비핵화는 절대 실현될 수 없다고 했다. 체제 유지를 위해 3代에 걸쳐 개발한 핵무기를 포기할 일은 없을 것이란 설명이다. 리정호 씨는 대화를 통해 북한을 비핵화하겠다는 것은 멍청한 일이라며 몇 가지 대안을 내놨다.
리 씨는 우선 심리전을 실시해야 한다고 했다. 핵무기 개발에 집착하는 김정은으로 인해 북한에 핵 재앙이 찾아올 수 있고 핵무기 개발 때문에 시작된 제재로 주민들이 고통 받고 있다는 점을 알려주자는 것이다.
리 씨는 삐라나 USB를 북한에 보내 ‘김정은이 핵무기를 포기하지 않는다면 예방 공격이 있을 수 있다’는 내용을 퍼뜨려야 한다고 했다. 이는 북한 내에 공포를 불러올 것이고 엘리트 층이 크게 동요할 수 있다고 했다. 리 씨는 심리전을 통해 피를 흘리지 않고도 이길 수 있다고 주장했다.
리 씨는 또 김정은에게 비핵화에 대한 정확한 의미와 기한을 통보하는 것도 중요하다고 했다. 일정 시기까지 이를 이행하지 않게 되면 예방 공격을 가할 수밖에 없다는 압박이 필요하다는 것이다.
리정호 씨는 한반도의 문제를 해결하기 위해서는 문재인의 사회주의 정권이 조속히 교체돼야 한다고 했다. 그는 자유 세력이 권력을 잡아야 한다고 했다. 그는 이를 위해서 미국 정부가 할 수 있는 몇 가지를 제안했다.
그는 미국 정부가 문재인 정권이 제재를 위반하고 있고 남북 정상회담의 대가로 수십 억 달러의 비자금을 북한에 전달했다는 스캔들을 폭로해야 한다고 했다. 이런 스캔들이 폭로되면 문재인 정권이 큰 타격을 받을 것이라는 설명이다. 한국 기업과 은행이 북한의 석탄을 불법으로 구입하고 수십 만 톤의 한국의 석유가 북한으로 들어가는 것을 한국 정부가 방조해온 것도 폭로해야 한다고 했다. 한국의 對北제재 위반 사례를 공개하면 문재인 정권을 끌어내릴 수 있다고 했다. 그는 미국과 유엔이 한국이 對北제재를 강력하게 이행하도록 해야 한다고 덧붙였다.
[Editor's note: This paper was translated from Korean into English. sjk]
The Dynamics of the Political Future of the Korean Peninsula
The Korean Peninsula is facing a crisis now. Of course, there is no doubt that Kim Jong-un’s reckless nuclear &; missile provocations are worsening the situation on the Korean Peninsula. However, what’s more serious is that President Trump does not trust President Moon Jae-in &; his administration.
The U.S. president’s perspective is that the Moon Jae-in Administration does not share the U.S.- Republic of Korea (ROK) alliance strategy and common values, and that the Moon Administration is not doing enough of its role on the Korean Peninsula. The Moon Administration says the 'ROK-U.S. alliance' is strong, but the Moon administration is too devoted to North Korea and China.
Thus from President Trump’s perspective, it appears he determined that the Moon administration is no longer useful for the U.S.’s Northeast Asia security strategy. He pointed out that the combined U.S.-ROK military exercises to protect South Korea are a complete waste of money to Prime Minister Abe on August 24, 2019.
Also, President Trump is pressuring South Korea to pay five times more of the defense cost sharing than now. Prime Minister Abe is also pressuring the Moon administration by removing South Korea from its export white list for not adhering to the agreement between the two countries.
Around the same time, Kim Jong-un tested missiles multiple times and threatened South Korea by saying it is a direct warning, and criticized president Moon with harsh words and curses. Meanwhile, taking advantage of the worsening South Korea-Japan and South Korea-U.S. relations, Chinese and Russian military aircraft violated the KADIZ (Korea Air Defense Identification Zone) &; the Russian aircraft entered ROK airspace over Dokdo.
The simultaneous pressures and attacks are brought about by the incompetent leadership of President Moon Jae-in.
The current crisis on the Korean Peninsula is more about South Korea than about the sanctions on North Korea. The Korean Peninsula has a bitter history of incompetent leadership inviting foreign invasions and losing the country. It appears that history is being repeated now on the Korean Peninsula.
2. Three reasons why President Trump doesn’t trust president Moon Jae-in
First, President Trump sees the Moon Administration leaning too much toward North Korea, and not sharing the U.S.-ROK alliance strategic interests and values.
Moon’s slogan is 'People First.' But North Korea’s Juche ideology also states 'People are the master of everything and decide everything.' North Korea’s constitution’s first paragraph, section 3 also states 'Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s ‘people-centered’ world view.' Thus, Moon’s values ironically reflect North Korea’s Juche ideology and constitution.
The South Korean president and the majority of the key figures in the Blue House, the South Korean government, and the ruling party believe in the Juche ideology and were anti-U.S. activists, so they directly confront the values in the constitutions of South Korea and the U.S.
Therefore, the Moon administration cannot respond strongly to North Korea’s nuclear &; missile provocations and remains silent on North Korea’s human rights violations. They’re only devoted to removing the sanctions on North Korea and giving economic aid to North Korea.
The Kim Jong un regime has conducted numerous nuclear and missile provocations in the past few years. This year, North Korea tested three types of short-range ballistic missiles (SRBMs) 20 times. It even warned that it was aiming at South Korea.
Because South Korea has a strong defense capability, if North Korea shoots one missile, then it can respond by 10 folds and the bombers can fly to Pyongyang and stop North Korea’s provocations.
However, Moon intentionally does not respond strongly to North Korea’s missile provocations and doesn’t even attend the National Security Council meetings. He is revealing his identity. He diverts the public’s attention by using the media to portray that North Korean provocations are aimed at the U.S.
Furthermore, Moon servilely begs for peace by saying 'Caution, as if handling a fragile glass and walking one step at a time, is needed.'
North Korea’s nuclear and missile provocations are direct threats to South Korea.
Thus, the U.S. president tells the Moon administration that if there’s war, it would be on the Korean Peninsula and the short-range missiles that North Korea keeps testing are not threats to the U.S.
President Trump’s position expresses his disappointment with President Moon Jae-in, who is devoted to North Korea. It’s also an expression that he doesn’t trust Moon.
Second, the Moon administration is devoted to China, and that is shaking the foundation of the ROK-U.S. alliance, strategic interests, and values.
As Xi Jinping extended the duration of his power and China became a dictatorial country, with imperialism and expansionism, a new Cold War has arrived. Xi Jinping’s authoritarianism is reviving the tyrannical and closed era of Mao Zedong.
The Republic of Korea is an ally of the U.S., but in this turbulent era, those in power in Korea are mostly composed of pro-China personnel, including President Moon Jae-in.
Thus, the Moon Administration decided to adopt the three No’s that China has been demanding, as South Korea’s basic foreign policy position, and is implementing them.
The three No’s are 1) No additional deployment of THAAD on the Korean Peninsula, 2) South Korea will not join the U.S. missile defense system, and 3) No South Korea-U.S.-Japan security alliance.
This is a serious act that violates the sovereignty of South Korea and the United States, and it’s a betrayal that runs counter to the security interests and values of the alliance.
The Moon Jae-in government, which is subservient to China, has not yet fully deployed the THAAD, which the U.S. brought to Seongju Base (South Korea) in 2016 to defend South Korea against North Korean missile attacks.
Additionally, Lotte Group, which provided the land for the THAAD base in South Korea, has been kicked out of China with significant losses due to the Chinese government's suppression and boycott. However, the Moon administration has not even protested.
Furthermore, the Moon Jae-in administration's decision to end GSOMIA with Japan is in line with the three No’s policy of not forming a military alliance with Japan, and is a deceitful attempt to destroy the South Korea-U.S. alliance.
The THAAD in South Korea and GSOMIA defend the life and property of the Korean people and protect the U.S. troops and their families in Korea.
The Moon administration's acceptance of China’s three No’s undermines South Korea’s sovereignty and the U.S.-South Korea alliance and the shared strategic values. It also is a dangerous act of succumbing to China.
Third, President Trump feels that President Moon and his special envoys, to serve their own political purposes, betrayed him and Kim Jong-un, while playing the middle men going back and forth between North Korea and the U.S.
It was reported on August 24 in a Japanese newspaper that President Trump told Prime Minister Abe that President Moon is an 'untrustworthy person' and that 'Kim Jong Un also doesn’t trust President Moon.' Also it was reported that President Trump also said, 'South Korea's attitude is too unreasonable. It's not wise.'
If this is true, then this is a serious problem. Trump and Kim Jong-un may have discovered, after their three meetings, that the Moon Jae-in administration exaggerated and lied about acting as a mediator.
Perhaps because of that, President Trump and Kim Jong-un both criticize the Moon administration and say they do not trust the Moon government at the same time. North Korea says unspeakable things about South Korean officials and said, 'We have no more to talk about with South Korean officials, and we don’t even intend to sit down face to face.'
In light of these, Moon Jae-in is shunned by both the U.S. president and Kim Jong-un.
3. How should North Korea denuclearize?
(a) North Korea’s nuclear weapons. What is the problem?
Kim Jong-un regards the nuclear weapons as a means for his survival and for permanently holding on to power. Therefore, as long as Kim Jong-un exists, denuclearization of North Korea can never be realized.
The North Korean dictator has an ambition to hold onto power for at least 50 more years, and pursued nuclear weapons development for three generations for regime survival.
Therefore, denuclearization of North Korea should not be approached with a 'common method,' but with special methods.
North Korea's nuclear weapons are a direct threat to South Korea, which has a political and economic system that competes with North Korea’s. Without North Korea's denuclearization, nuclear dominoes will occur in many countries, including Japan, South Korea and Taiwan, and China will be directly threatened as a result.
North Korea is well-connected in the Middle East. In particular, North Korea's nuclear weapons, missiles, and technology could fall into the hands of Middle Eastern countries and terrorists, threatening Israel. The terrorists can threaten the U.S. This is not some distant future.
For these reasons, the countries most threatened by North Korea's nuclear weapons (&; proliferation) must boldly remove them. Trying to denuclearize North Korea with talks is foolish.
(b) What are ways to denuclearize North Korea?
We must scientifically diagnose that Kim Jong-un will never give up nuclear weapons and devise a new and special way that is appropriate for the North Korean regime to denuclearize. There are, then, five ways. Here are my personal thoughts.
First, employ psychological operations in North Korea to inform the people in North Korea that Kim Jong-un’s obsession with the nuclear weapons development only turns all of North Korea into a nuclear disaster and that they are suffering from sanctions due to the nuclear weapons development.
To North Korean society, where external information is blocked, leaflets and USB sticks are the most effective means to inform the people in North Korea about the risks and injustice resulting from pursuing nuclear weapons development.
Second, let people know through leaflets and USBs that if Kim Jong-un does not give up nuclear weapons, there could be preventive strikes, which will cause fear. There should also be a (information) manual given to the generals and elites, so that even if there are preventive strikes, it doesn’t expand into a war.
Third, the threat of psychological operations and preventive strikes would place fear in the minds of the military generals that things could really go wrong under Kim Jong-un, so they can become an instrument that destroys the stronghold of a cruel dictator, who is facing crisis.
Psychological operations are a very effective method that can yield victory without spilling blood. Currently, the international sanctions and Kim’s terroristic control are creating dissatisfaction about Kim Jong-un and agitation and disorder in North Korea.
Fourth, give Kim Jong-un the goal and deadline of denuclearization, and if he does not execute it, then denuclearization of North Korea should be completed in a short time by selective preventive strikes.
Fifth, in solving North Korea’s nuclear weapons issue, it is important for the U.S. to establish a vision and strategy for a post-Kim Jong-un contingency situation.
After Kim Jong-un’s death, how should we cooperate with the next regime? How will the nuclear weapons, facilities, and materials be managed? We need to prepare now.
If we don’t, then the North Korean elites can look to China. The U.S. needs to conduct operations to win over the North Korean elites and generals now, and to show them the vision of their future and unification, and make them friends of the U.S.
I think this is the most effective and efficient way to denuclearize North Korea.
4. Political Future of dynamic Korean Peninsula
(a) Political future of the Korean Peninsula if the U.S. forces leave South Korea
The Moon Jae-in administration, on the surface, says the 'ROK-U.S. alliance' is strong, but behind the scenes, it is systematically creating an atmosphere for the U.S. military withdrawal. The Moon administration destroyed GSOMIA with Japan, thereby destroying the foundation of South Korea-U.S.-Japan military cooperation and military alliance, as demanded by China’s three No’s. The Moon administration is also rupturing the U.S.’ Indo-Pacific strategy. Additionally, it has not completed the deployment of THAAD, which has arrived in South Korea in 2016, and has been at the Seongju Base for three years. This is also per China’s demand.
The Moon administration is making numerous justifications for the U.S. military withdrawal: Early OPCON transition; early return of the U.S. military bases; defense cost sharing issue; calling the U.S. ambassador to the Foreign Ministry to complain. If the Moon administration continues its pro-China and anti-U.S. policies, then the U.S. military withdrawal is a matter of time.
On the other hand, President Trump also determined that the Moon administration is inconsistent with the U.S. strategic interests and values, so he’s pressuring South Korea to pay more of the defense cost share and expresses that the U.S.-ROK combined military exercises are a waste of money, which maximizes the justification for withdrawing U.S. troops from Korea.
If the U.S. military withdraws from South Korea, there are two possible scenarios.
First scenario: If the U.S. military withdraws, the insecurity causes South Korea to face an economic crisis. Stock prices fall, foreign capital leaves, and the value of the Korean won falls dramatically, which puts companies at risk of bankruptcy. Taking advantage of these opportunities, the Chinese government approaches South Korean economy like a Tsunami and will be out in full force buying these distressed South Korean companies. In the end, South Korea quickly folds into the economy of China, South Korea’s GDP plummets, unemployment spikes, and the people fall into poverty again after decades of economic advancement. It would be too late then for South Korean people to curse President Moon and the jusapa, and lament and regret.
Second scenario: If the U.S. military withdraws from South Korea, reckless Kim Jong-un continues to intimidate South Korea with nuclear weapons and missiles, and invades South Korea within a year, like North Vietnam did (in the 70s).
The Moon Jae-in government proposes a compromise with North Korea, and Kim Jong-un demands unconditional surrender. The angry South Korean citizens and soldiers rise up and fight, and ruthless Kim Jong-un is willing to use nuclear weapons against military bases and go on the offensive and advance to South Korea and unify Korea under his rule. At that time, the Moon Jae-in administration, fearing nuclear weapons, declares its unconditional surrender.
In case of war, North Korea has a rear area of China and Russia that provides weapons and war materials, but South Korea has no such rear area for supplies without Japan and the U.S.
Kim Jong-un occupies South Korea in 10 days and declares Martial Law, and conducts massacre, and quickly seize South Korea by implementing his plan of placing both the Korea Workers’ Party and the People’s Committee (executive part of the government) in each province in South Korea and appointing chairmen for both organizations in each province.
Meanwhile, the airports and ports are blocked due to Martial Law, preventing Koreans from getting rescued. They become boat people refugees and emigrate to Japan, the U.S., and the Philippines.
The Korean-American community and Americans from various political and other fields, who can’t just watch the tragedy, along with pro-U.S. groups in South Korea send an SOS to the U.S. president and the U.S. Congress for help. As a result, the U.S. conducts a large-scale operation to rescue South Korea, purge North Korean leadership, unify the Korean Peninsula under the leadership of those pursuing freedom, and reestablish a strong alliance again to protect the security of Northeast Asia. The United States then controls and manages North Korea's nuclear weapons and nuclear materials, and cooperates in bringing about a unification government.
(b) Ways to overcome current crisis in South Korea.
The Jusapa faction in South Korea has usurped the power of the government with hypocrisy, lies, and plotting, and is attempting to destroy the U.S.-ROK alliance. It’s pushing the Korean Peninsula into a crisis.
In order to overcome the crisis and rectify the situation on the Korean Peninsula, it is necessary to replace Moon Jae-in's socialist government early and the freedom faction must take power.
In order to do this, a timely method is for the U.S. government to expose the scandal of the Moon administration breaking sanctions and giving North Korea billions of dollars in slush money in exchange for South Korea-North Korea summits. This could be a fatal blow to bring down the Moon government.
Additionally, the shadowy hands of the Moon Jae-in administration also helped South Korean companies and banks illegally buy North Korean coal, and oil companies, ships and banks that illegally provided hundreds of thousands of tons of South Korean oil at sea to North Korean ships. The UN and the U.S. should enforce strong sanctions against them.
This issue can also be a catalyst to bring down the Moon Jae-in government by disclosing its illegal acts of violating sanctions against North Korea. It could be an opportunity to overcome the current crisis on the Korean Peninsula.
(c) What is the way for Korea to unify?
The Korean Peninsula has a long history of 5,000 years, but it has been divided for the last 75 years. This is the only remnant of the Cold War in the world. Hundreds of thousands of South Korean and North Korean troops still face each other across the DMZ.
As such, without unification, conflict continues and nuclear threats never go away. Thus far, there have been numerous assertions on the Korean Peninsula that preach the justification of unification, such as 'Let's drive out foreign powers and unify independently', 'Unification is a jackpot,' 'Peaceful Unification by ourselves' and 'Unification by federation.'
There’s even a claim in Washington that the U.S. troops should withdraw and South Korea and North Korea must fight to unify, like Vietnam. And that may happen if the stakeholders in South Korean society—the people, the elected leaders, the military, the judges, the police, the press, businesses, etc.--cannot do their jobs. But that could be a terrible, bloody war.
Nevertheless, I insist that Korea should be unified into a liberal democracy and market economy, which has proven its superiority as a result of over 70 years of experimentation by the Korean people. This is because the liberal democracy in South Korea with the Kim dynasty in North Korea, still confront each other on the Korean Peninsula.
Korea is not unified, not due to foreign powers, but due to the ambition of the North Korean dictator seeking permanent power. The North Korean constitution specifies the Korean people as Kim Il-sung’s and Kim Jong-il’s people (minjok) to legally justify the permanent power of the Kim family. So how can South Korea and North Korea unify and create a free democratic system?
The Kim regime, which is a fanatical religious group, can only be maintained in closed spaces. Therefore, the Kim dynasty regime in North Korea has enforced a closed-door policy for 75 years, obliterating civil liberties and human rights.
Therefore, the 25 million oppressed Koreans in North Korea are envious of the freedom and prosperity of South Korea and desperately hope to be liberated as soon as possible.
But their earnest hopes are blocked by a cruel dictator. Under that system, people should not know about the prosperity and freedom of South Korean society. South Korean films, dramas, music, and publications are all forbidden, and if found, the possession and watching are considered crimes.
This is the reason why the Korean people have to break down the dictator's stronghold and free the North Korean people who long for freedom, and this is the main reason why South and North should be unified with one system and one ideology.
First, the central headquarters for free united Korea should be brought to the U.S. and the vision and strategy of unification should be presented. It is also necessary to operate a unification fund and support the struggle for the liberation of Koreans in North Korea to achieve the sacred feat of unification.
We should make a vision and model for the future government of a unified Korea and prepare durable security and economic strategies that fit the geopolitical position of the Korean Peninsula with the U.S.
In addition, we should demonstrate leadership by finding more talented people from Korea and elsewhere to grow them into leaders to help achieve the great task of unification.
Second, since the Korean Peninsula has historically been a contested area for world's great powers, Koreans should use their historical experience as a background to strengthen international solidarity with the U.S., which values freedom and fundamental rights, and go forward with the U.S. in pursuing a unified Korea and its future.
The Korean people should strengthen their own capacity, and at the same time, closely cooperate with the U.S. government and Americans from various walks of life to participate together in the unification of the Korean Peninsula.
Third, the biggest obstacle to the unification of the Korean Peninsula is North Korea's dictator, who denies liberal democracy and market economy and tramples on North Korean people's freedom and human rights. Therefore, we must organize and mobilize all Koreans to struggle to free 25 million Koreans in North Korea from tyranny.
To do so, we must strengthen the local stakeholders’ capacity for freedom-based unification, and conduct psychological operations with the U.S. against North Korea to inspire Koreans in North Korea to grow capability to oppose and support them materially, psychologically, and spiritually. With the capability, they can destroy the dictator themselves and we can help them to achieve liberation and unification.