DEFCON1: IS Kim Jong-Un of North Korea DECLARING WAR?
Kim Jong-Un seems determined to pick a fight. And according to The Guardian,
North Korea has warned of “catastrophic consequences” in response to any further provocations by the US, days after a US navy battle group was sent to waters off the Korean peninsula, and was met by Donald Trump with a repeated threat of unspecified unilateral action.
Time to see if all that Tae Kwon Do paid off, huh Kim Jong Un.
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President Trump pulled a “Reagan” and sent missiles up Assad’s butt, one would think that Kim Jong-Jr got the message. Apparently not so.
President Trump’s tweet added a bit of fuel to the fire, as he told China essentially, “Get the fat kid in check or I will.”
The tweet occurred on the heels of President Trump diverting the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier and other battleships from a planned visit to Australia to the western Pacific. This was done in response to the tensions over military drills involving American and South Korean forces.
North Korea interpreted the dress rehearsal for an invasion.
As the world watched, Donald Trump showcased his magnificent negotiation skills. Further, he kept a campaign promise:
Trump said that he would put pressure on China to deal with the situation, and that’s exactly what he did.
Only the most brain-dead Leftist would not consider what Trump proposed as doable and a great idea.
Nevertheless, North Korea continued to threaten,
“We will hold the US wholly accountable for the catastrophic consequences to be entailed by its outrageous actions,” North Korea’s state-run Korean Central News Agency quoted a foreign ministry spokesman as saying. “(North Korea) is ready to react to any mode of war desired by the US.”
President Trump dined with Xi Jinping, and China threatened to flatten North Korea.
As I write this over 150,000 military men have amassed along the North Korean border with China.
The troops deployed not to help North Korea, but to keep the potential North Korean refugees in North Korea, should President Trump strike North Korea.
China has made it known in no uncertain terms that they support the position of the United States, should a war break out.
President Donald Trump’s missile strike on Syria on Friday was widely interpreted as a warning to North Korea. And Secretary of State Tillerson’s declaration that we are prepared to go it alone in dealing with the North Korean maniac has sent shockwaves through Asia.
Ask yourself how this scenario plays out if Obama were still president.