Imperato Calls it again: The North Korea Squeeze Play is on
In what has been the most revealing 7 days in Daniel Imperato's presidential run, it appears as though the 2008 Presidential Candidate has once again foreshadowed a major global policy decision: the UN-North Korea Disarmament deal.
[USPRwire, Tue Feb 13 2007] Going back to an October 2006 press release, (See "Daniel Imperato, 2008 Independent Presidential Candidate, Speaks out on UN Secretary General-Designate Ban Ki-Moon and North Korea" October 23, 2006.), Imperato warned that Kim Jong-Il was prolonging his nuclear aspirations for billions of dollars in UN funded aid.
"Mark my words that time will tell the secrets of this story. Kim Jong Il sees his South Korean neighbor being appointed Secretary General as an opportunity for a point of exploitation. Kim Jong Il's nuclear threats turn the world's attention on his every move. He is positioning himself to milk the UN for billions of dollars through future peace negotiations between his neighbors, South Korea and China, who have a greater interest in a peaceful region and now hold far more weight in the UN," stated Imperato in his October 2006 release.
Imperato suggested in October that by influencing the new Secretary General, Ban Ki-Moon, to be manipulated and forced to allocate billions of dollars from the UN in exchange for "what will amount to be a mirage of a peaceful solution", Kim Jong Il is only positioning for huge sums of money to come his way.
According to today's published summary of the North Korea deal by the Associated Press, an initial 50,000 tons of heavy fuel oil will be delivered to North Korea, with an overall allocation of 1 million tons of heavy fuel oil in addition to diplomatic concessions, and energy and food aid.
Today Imperato commented on the supposed disarmament deal.
"Here we are giving plenty of aid once again to North Korea. Just like the last deal, the nuke talks will stall and North Korea will continue to position itself to milk international funds helped with the cooperation of Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon. In the meantime, China is just watching all of this move along, waiting for their piece."
Imperato was referencing a Bill Clinton struck nuclear disarmament deal in 1994 that supposedly halted North Korea's nuclear program and opened North Korea's power plants to inspection.
Those inspections never happened, and North Korea received billions of dollars in aid and oil until November of 2002, when Pyongyang publicly admitted its nuclear program and its abductions of Japanese nationals.
Japan, a participant of the 1994 Agreed Framework North Korea disarmament deal, did not want to once again supply oil aid to North Korea only to see further nuclear development and no progress on the issue of abduction of Japanese nationals.
However, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe did offer to help survey North Korea's energy situation, and will actively participate in the process to disarm North Korea.
"I support Prime Minister Shinzo Abe," commented Imperato. "A man who is the leader of his country must stand up for their rights. His people have been abducted and now he demands justice and resolution for his country. There needs to be more done by North Korea before we can blindly give aid once again and repeat the mistakes of yesterday."
Imperato concluded his statements with the following remarks, "This proves once again that the knowledge of the world and its people, along with their cultures has the future written on the wall. Remember, it takes a global expert and a road warrior to know the world and its people. I hope and pray that the people of the USA see my value in being their servant and the servant of the most high. Thank you and God bless us all."
About Daniel Imperato (www.imperato2008.com)
Daniel was born in Boston, Mass (1958), and began his business career in 1977 transforming the manufacturing facilities in Israel through adapting them to the global marketplace along with bringing financing to the factories for global expansion. Daniel brings over thirty years of experience in global business planning and development and has personal relationships at high levels around the world. He is currently a Papal Knight with honors from the Vatican, was a board member for the African Center Foundation, a United Nations NGO, and the founder of Imperiali Organization ( www.imperiali.org). Presently, he has organized a Presidential Committee in order to organize support for a run at the White House in 2008.
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