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Thomas W. Makin, member, United Nations Associatio
Wed, 18 Oct 2017 01:34 EDT
Korean War Armistice Agreement
As a matter of modern circumstances, I believe that South Korea should sign the Armistice Agreement ending artillary fire with North Korea with an addendum paper and thus allow the Neutral Nations Supervisory Counsel to go forward with policy balancing between the two regions in regard to circumstances placed apon individuals in North and South Korea; This Counsel is dedicated to achieving Peace. Going forward; To all who read this note; please study the armistice agreement which was not signed by South Korea before entering a comment. This website is a diplomatic tool. Please study your information before submitting a comment. Thanks; Tom
J N M
Wed, 5 Jul 2017 20:43 EDT
FAX ?
FORM MAIL IS NOT HIGH PLANE. FORM MAIL IS NOT EMAIL.
WITH EMAIL, A RECORD AND COPY OF IT IS KEPT BY MOST COMPUTERS FOR THE SENDER.
EMAIL IS FASTER, CUT AND PASTE ENTIRE ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER IN A FEW SECONDS. NOT TAKE MINUTES TO FILL FORM MAIL FORM OUT, LINE AFTER LINE.
PICTURES, MAPS, PLANS, DIAGRAMS , . . CAN BE SENT WITH EMAIL. NONE WITH FORM MAIL.
ALTHOUGH FORM MAIL THAT ONLY ASKS A COUPLE LINES, A COUPLE QUESTIONS, IS NOT TOO BAD; BUT STILL CAN'T SEND PICTURES.

PS
FOR HIGH PLANE: INCLUDE A FAX NUMBER, MAIL ADDRESS, PHONE NUMBER (ANSWERING MACHINE OK), EMAIL ADDRESS.
Rodolfo Gallardo
Thu, 15 Sep 2016 18:29 EDT
Dog Meat Trade
Dear Consulate Staff,

Can I have your attention please ?
Dogs are wonderful animals, and we humans must be grateful for al the help they give us.
They are used for helping disabled people, blind humans ,as companions for elderly people. There are drug detecting dogs , rescue dogs, they can even detect cancer in humans. But apart from being so useful, they are man's best friend !

And what are the South Korean people doing with these lovely animals ,dogs and cats also ? They are eating them !

But before being eaten, they have to suffer atrociously . They have to live in extremely small cages . And at the end of their miserable lives, they are tortured , skinned alive, cooked alive and/or their fur is burned off alive. It makes me cry.

I can feel that you must be ashamed that your people are committing such barbaric acts against animals.

Please try to convince your government to use all their INFLUENCE TO STOP THAT HORROR AND TRY TO EDUCATE THEM IN THEIR BEHAVIOR TOWARDS ANIMALS. 
Do not ignore it. Ignoring is even worse than doing it.

Mahatma Gandhi once said, "The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated”

Sincerely, with much respect,
Thomas W. Makin, Former Envoy, Nixon Admin. 1972
Sat, 8 Dec 2012 03:02 EST
Thank You.
Defamatory leaflets flown beyond the border of North Korea are a serious matter. I wish to thank and commend your administration in your effort to stop this. Also, it is my opinion that the North could be successful in its satellite launch program by utilizing an adequate jet plane to jump start its rocket launch machine. I would anticipate that an escort plane would show up from time to time. Have a nice day; Tom.
Thomas W. Makin, Former Envoy, Nixon Admin. 1972
Fri, 19 Oct 2012 21:40 EDT
Enact a law barring the distribution of anti North Korean leaflets by gangs.
As I have learned today that a South Korean gang is planning to fly provoking leaflets over the North Korean border next week; it is my opinion that the South Korean government must enact an emergency law immediately barring this kind of conduct, as the North Korean military has objected to this , and has notifyed South Korea of its intention to respond with military means. This kind of thing jeapardizes U.S. Military personel. I would like to see more responsibility on the part of the South Korean government.
Thomas W. Makin, Former Envoy, Nixon Admin., 1972
Tue, 9 Oct 2012 22:22 EDT
Mr. Moon Jae In for President of South Korea
Mr. Moon Jae In appears substantially to me to be the most qualifyed person for President of South Korea in regard to North Korea affairs.
unknown
Thu, 17 Mar 2011 14:37 EDT
just a few words.
this is my very first message here. Hope that it s gonna be my last.if the person who s concern is wondering what i m talking about right now, he can continue what he did to me( till now).so then he ll know what i m talking about. In the meantime, maybe he s pushing me to let all of you know about what s happen...

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