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John W. Spring

P.O. Box 18946

Anaheim, CA 92817

soundoffwithjohnwspring@outlook.com

  

March 12, 2018

RE: MAKING NEEDED PROVISIONS FOR THE STARVING NORTH KOREANS

 

Dear Friends,

I am hoping to meet with the President tomorrow, on Tuesday, March 13, 2018, during his visit to California, but nothing has been mentioned to me by my friends that would even suggest that it might be possible at this time. However, the situation remains serious due to ICBMs armed with thermonuclearwarheads are only less than 35 minutes away from striking the United States after being launched from North Korea because we do not have any effective Missile Defense System that could shield the American people from a nuclear holocaust.

If it were possible for me to be part of a Special Envoy on a preliminary mission to North Korea, I might be able to perceive some phenomena that might possibly be overlooked by all official personnel or staff. However, because I have never had the honor of meeting with the President face-to-face, I may actually understand Kim Jong Un better due to my earlier encounter with him several years ago. Unless, I should have the honor of meeting President Donald J. Trump, it would be difficult for me to answer any questions that Kim might ask me about him. So without having met him in person, I would only be able to convey my most positive and respectful impressions about him. If it would be at all possible for me to meet with President Trump during his forthcoming visit to California, I would like to have the honor of meeting at least for a brief period of time with him.

 

As a very goodwill gesture on part of the President, which would not be part of my original economic plan for a deal with North Korea, if large shipments of food could be sent to that impoverished nation at this time, it might help to improve negotiations with Kim during this coming spring. Based on information that I have received, the famine is now so bad in North Korea that soldiers have been ordered to leave their units so they might be able to find other sources of food because rations are now so low. Yes, I am aware of the possibility that only a marginal amount of any food shipment might actually reach starving civilians and the risk that soldiers would then take on an aggressive stance and possibly invade South Korea. However, at this time, we must be willing to provide at least some food to the starving before negotiations commence. Please share my proposals with your friends. JWS

 

Sincerely,

 

 

 

John W. Spring

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

John W. Spring

P.O. Box 18946

Anaheim, CA 92817

soundoffwithjohnwspring@outlook.com

  

March 9, 2018

 

RE: TENTATIVE PLANNED NEGOTIATIONS WITH KIM JONG UN BY MAY 2018

 

Dear Friends,

 

As a geopolitical analyst whose main specialty has been the realms of East Asia and the Pacific for the past 55 years as well as the person who provided President John F. Kennedy with analytic reports related to the Soviet deployment of nuclearballistic missiles in Cuba a year in advance of the Cuban Missile Crisis, after South Korean National Security Adviser Chung Eui-yong arrived in Washington to present President Donald J. Trump with an official invitation to negotiate with Kim Jong Un, the President made a very wise decision to accept Kim’s offer. However, if it were possible for the Trump Administration to change the location for a neutral meeting place, Bern in Switzerland would be much better than Panmunjom on the DMZ where fighting could break out to cause an unexpected incident.

 

From my perspective, I would enjoy seeing Kim once again face-to-face and, perhaps, this time, being able to actually shake his hand and possibly even speak with him briefly. But of far greater importance would be the presentation of my economic plan for a deal with North Korea, which might prove to be an incentive for Pyongyang to actually denuclearize. My plan provides for the use of American technology to remove and produce rare earth metals from Anthracite coal in addition to North Korea’s estimated $6 trillion in other mineral reserves.

 

If it would be possible for me to meet with President Trump during his forthcoming visit to California, my ideas could be shared with him in greater depth and I could reveal some of my past accomplishments to him that would not be appropriate for me to mention in this manner.

 

Sincerely,

 

 

John W. Spring

 

 

Note: Although my contacts and close friends have been receiving my articles and letters for quite some time, recently I have noticed “new arrivals” added to my list. If you actually do not wish to receive any further contact from me, please let me know so that I can then remove your name and email address from the computer’s list. However, I shall not plan to respond to any comments that might be included with such a request. Thank you. JWS

 

 

 

John W. Spring

P.O. Box 18946

Anaheim, CA 92817

soundoffwithjohnwspring@outlook.com

  

February 20, 2018

 

 

RE: SO LITTLE TIME REMAINS FOR MY ECONOMIC DEAL WITH PYONGYANG

 

Dear Friends,

 

So little time remains from my economic deal with Pyongyang, that is, if it had ever reached the President. My proposed plan for an economic deal with North Korea still might prevent athermonuclear war that would kill an estimated 170 million Americans and 24 million North Koreans as well as millions of South Koreans, Japanese and Chinese. Unfortunately, we are very rapidly running out of time for considering and possibly making such a deal.

 

Although I would advise that talks should begin immediately, its actual implementation must not occur until Pyongyang halts all of its biologicalchemicalcyberelectromagneticmissileand nuclear programs, which would need to be confirmed by UN inspectors from neutral nations.

 

Due to North Korea’s abundance of mineral deposits that have an estimated value of $6 trillion, it would be possible to also extract rare earths in its anthracite coal with American technology, which is now able to remove these elements and produce metals with an ion-exchange process by using an environmentally safe solution of ammonium sulfate developed on campus at Penn State University with the U.S. Department of Energy that requires far less energy.

 

Please keep in mind that my proposed plan for an economic deal with North Korea needs to be considered at once. I would suggest that Secretary of Energy Rick Perry should also be contacted on this matter. However, if we should fail to act at once on this matter that could become an incentive for denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula, we may very soon find ourselves becoming involved in a thermonuclear war as early as this spring in 2018. So I would encourage all of you to actually write an email or letter to President Donald J. Trump at the White House as soon as possible. It could help to make all of the difference in the world. Thank you. JWS

 

Sincerely,

 

 

 

John

 

 

 

 

John W. Spring

P.O. Box 18946

Anaheim, CA 92817

February 16, 2018

 

The President

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW

Washington, DC 20500

 

RE: PLEASE STUDY MY PLAN FOR AN ECONOMIC DEAL WITH NORTH KOREA

 

Dear Mr. President:

 

Please review and study my plan for an economic deal with North Korea now because its ICBMs are able to strike all of the continental United States with thermonuclear warheads in less than 35 minutes after being launched from the Korean Peninsula and America does not have any Missile Defense System to stop them from reaching their targets that would be our largest cities.

 

Because we are now at the highest level of alert since the Cuban Missile Crisis, an economic deal with North Korea could possibly prevent a thermonuclear war that would probably kill as many as 170 million Americans of an estimated population of 324 million, which is nearly 52 percent of all people currently living in the United States.

 

Although North Korea’s vast mineral deposits are already worth more than $6 trillion that does not include their potential valueif U.S. chemical and mining technology for the removal and also the production of rare earth metals from its anthracite coal with an ion-exchange process using ammonium sulfate, which is environmentally safe and requires far less energy. So Pyongyang’s very high quality anthracite coal that is only worth about $100 per metric ton would take on a far greater value, which would provide that currently impoverished nation with a greater standard of living with a much higher quality for all of its people.

 

While the precondition for implementing my plan, which is based on the R&D already taken at Penn State University, must require not only the denuclearization of North Korea as well as the end of all of its chemical warfare, electromagnetic and missile programs that would need to be verified by UN inspectors from various nations, it should be presented to Pyongyang as a very good incentive for the regime of Kim Jong Un to consider such a proposal at a time when the UN embargos and sanctions still exist before all hell breaks loose. Because ifKim reaches that “point of no return” when all of his options soon fade away, he may finally decide to strike at America.

 

Sincerely,

 

 

 

John W. Spring

 

John W. Spring

P.O. Box 18946

Anaheim, CA 92817

 

October 27, 2017

The President

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW

Washington, DC 20500

 

RE: VAST DEPOSITS OF LITHIUM, RARE EARTHS AND PRECIOUS METALS IN

 NORTH KOREA MAY NOW BE THE LARGEST IN THE WORLD.

 

Dear Mr. President:

 

Although I have attempted to commemorate the 55thAnniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis, October 16-28, 1962, during this month, as an Economic Geographer, it is rather important for me to mention that, despite the outdated information at the U.S. Geological Survey or USGS, North Korea may now have the largest deposits of LithiumRare Earths and Precious Metals in the entire world.

 

Lithium batteries are now used in most portable electronic devices. However, due to the already increasing demand for battery powered electric vehicles, its value is increasing at an exponential rate. China and the “Lithium Triangle” located in parts of Argentina, Bolivia and Chile or ABC in South America currently have the largest known deposits. But the amounts of Lithium found in North Korea may be even greater than all of the rest of the world combined.

 

Rare Earths are now being used in the most advanced electric motors and North Korea has far more rich deposits of them than does China, which makes it the world’s largest source.

 

Precious Metals are also very abundant in North Korea, which probably has the world’s largest supply of these ores that are also in great economic demand

 

In retrospect, I wonder if North Korea is being “set-up” to be destroyed so that its vast ores and minerals might later be exploited by a corporate or foreign entity. It seems as if, within so few years, Pyongyang has been able to develop its missile and nuclear programs mainly with the help of an outside source, which has not yet been verified. As a result, the current ICBM threat with a thermonuclear warhead launched from the Korean Peninsula would cause that nation to become obliterated beforean American city would be completely destroyed. But a designated or targeted American city would still be destroyed due to the lack of an effective Missile Defense System. So, with my aforementioned information, I am rather confident you could make a deal with Kim Jong Un that would benefit him and lead to his nation soon becoming a denuclearized country.

 

Sincerely,

 

  John W. Spring