WATCH: Korean Troops Peacefully Cross DMZ For First Time Ever

Chris Menahan
Dec. 13, 2018

The media ignored history being made Wednesday after dozens of soldiers from North and South Korea peacefully crossed the demilitarized zone for the first time ever.

As reports, this marks "the first time troops have done so peacefully since the creation of the zone in 1948."
These operations were related to the past several months of moves to dismantle guard posts and other facilities along te DMZ borders. Wednesday's crossings were a formality, allowing one another's militaries to inspect the closures.

The closures along the DMZ are meant to greatly ease tensions along both sides of the border. This will allow the opening of road and rail links between the Koreas, and once a peace treaty is reached, the dismantling of the DMZ outright.

Neocons are no doubt seething with anger.

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