How in any way have we put violent actions against our people? Unlike your regime, we allow our people to express in protests and in fact encourage it. However, when things turn sour we authorize law enforcement intervention to peacefully remove the violence. When 11 had been wounded, that was inflicted upon themselves by other protesters. However, in your regime this right is prohibited. You and your government are an authoritarian, totalitarian, all-controlling regime who is only a facade of justice and trust, but rather, a sole family pushing for complete dominance over their others. Regardless, we have too donated $75 million towards the development of Reunification Centers, and sent forth a multitude of workers to help aid in this process. Even now, we are here trying to broker some sort of deal to resolve this issue without any force, however, letting both bi-partisan talks take place. However, you come to insult, and point out the flaws of our government and people. You call us a "Japanese-loving terrorist" when you are indeed a country who oppresses its citizens, strips away their basic rights, and allows no form of democratic process to occur. We have promised NO MEN to the Japanese or resources. You must remember, we look out for the safety of Korea. You should know that Japan and South Korea do NOT get along, however we cooperate to provide the safety of our citizens and our people. It is our duty as an ally of an ally to help those in need however, I must admit, the decisions to do so was rash and I should have waited till events had played out further. We are not "undermining" your negotiations, we are here to represent our people and our country. You however, represent your communist ideals and the Kim family's desire for overbearing power. However, we do wish we may find a resolution to this cause and we await further negotiations.
I have already said that I will agree to any referendum that the people pass on any one topic. Provided that it includes the population of the north and south and votes are monitored by both North and South Koreans at each polling station.
I suggest our first topic should cover administration, would the people accept one government on the peninsula that would govern the military, education, and culture? (At this time, I dont think we should discuss political afilliations).
If people can at least agree that these issues be covered by the government we can proceed further. If not, we can restart. What are your thoughts?