Did Trump Predict North Korea’s Future in 1999?
North Korea threatened to unleash “thousands-fold” revenge against the US, to which Trump responded fiercely.
Trump promised “fire and fury like the world has never seen.” The question is, how long has Trump prepared himself for that moment?
We expected North Korea to be angered by new sanctions imposed against the communist regime. They’re not used to the world standing up against them. However, Trump has ushered in a new era of bravery. In other words, the ass-kissing days are over.
As the Blaze reported:
Last week, the U.N. Security Council unanimously approved new sanctions against North Korea after the country tested intercontinental ballistic missiles. According to the AP, the sanctions include a ban on coal and other exports, which are worth more than $1 billion.
In remarks at the U.N. last week, U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley called the resolution — which was drafted by the United States — “the single largest economic sanctions package ever leveled against the North Korean regime.”
“The price the North Korean leadership will pay for its continued nuclear and missile development will be the loss of one-third of its exports and hard currency,” Haley said.
According to the AP, North Korean state-run media called the sanctions a “violent infringement” of North Korea’s sovereignty and part of a “heinous U.S. plot to isolate and stifle” the country.
Even though North Korean media says the country is ready to get revenge against the US, Trump is completely unfazed.
Trump Fires Back
Trump issued a stern warning to North Korea. And he’s dead serious. If they continue to make nuclear threats, they will be annihilated. But that didn’t stop Kim Jong-Un from naming his target. While North Korea might not have the necessary missile to hit the US mainland, Kim clearly stated intentions to attack Guam.
The LA Times caught Trump’s response:
“North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States,” Trump told reporters, his arms folded across his chest, immediately overshadowing a meeting he had called to discuss America’s opioid epidemic. “They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen.”
He added that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un “has been very threatening beyond a normal state. And as I have said, they will be met with fire, fury and frankly power, the likes of which the world has never seen before.”
Kim Jong-Un should have listened months ago. Remember when Mike Pence tried to warn him? His exact words were: “the era of strategic patience is over.” Back in April, we noted that both Russian and Chinese troops were barricading the North Korean border. It doesn’t look like North Korea has many allies.
In fact, these new sanctions were passed unanimously. No wonder poor little Kim is angry. The world doesn’t like him. However, South Korea was more than happy with the new sanctions.
Just completed call with President Moon of South Korea. Very happy and impressed with 15-0 United Nations vote on North Korea sanctions.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 7, 2017
Undoubtedly, Trump will be victorious in this situation, but what’s most interesting to me is the path the lead to this moment.
Did Trump Foresee the Future?
Leftist write-off Trump as a reality TV star with no political background. However, nothing could be further from the truth. This video from 1999 shows just how long Trump has studied the situation in North Korea.
FLASHBACK: Trump On North Korea back in 1999…Sub on YouTube: YouTube.com/c/TheRedElephants
Posted by The Red Elephants on Tuesday, August 8, 2017
This was 18 years ago, and everything Trump said is exactly true today. Which means the policies of the past did absolutely no good in dealing with Korea. It’s time to let Trump do his job, exactly as he sees fit.
Even members of the leftist media are starting to admit he’s got one helluva team assembled. With HR McMaster, John Kelly, and General Mattis, Kim Jong-Un better re-evaluate the threats he’s tossing around.
Kim isn’t prepared to stand against the Trump team. He’s a little boy trying to play war. Soon he will learn his mouth is digging holes he doesn’t want to step in.