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North Korea, and America’s Response: Inevitable

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un attends a mass meeting of North Korea's ruling party at a stadium in Pyongyang, North Korea on Saturday April 14, 2012. North Korea marks the 100th birth anniversary of the late leader Kim Il Sung on Sunday. (AP Photo/Kyodo News) JAPAN OUT, MANDATORY CREDIT, NO LICENSING IN CHINA, HONG KONG, JAPAN, SOUTH KOREA AND FRANCE

The one thing we found during the Obama Era was that if you sit passively and do nothing, then other countries and other extremists do whatever they want. What we have learned from watching President Trump’s response to Assad’s Sarin attack on his people, and today in Afghanistan, is: “America is Back”

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un uses a pair of binoculars to look towards the SouthNorth Korea has been allowed to build weapons and nuclear capability unchecked — especially during the last eight years. Today we face a certain confrontation: North Korea’s pending atomic bomb testing on Saturday, April 15th, 2017, and the inevitable response: the total destruction of North Korea’s Ballistic missiles.

It would be inconceivable that the U.S. will target (The Crazy Fat kid) of North Korea, nor will be likely target his Nuclear facilities. But assuredly, we will destroy his Ballistic Missiles this month between the 17th and the 23rd.

How can I be sure of such a predication? Inevitability. Consistency in delivering a response to all threats will save this world from more threats, beit from Syria, North Korea or elsewhere.

Why wouldn’t we target the Crazy Fat kid? becuase our new relationship and cooperation from China would be destroyed if we targeted the young rogue dictator.

But what about the Navy Seals training in South Korea? Deviation, Distraction, Deception. We want to be sure Kim Jong Un doesn’t get hurt and the best way to assure that is to scare him into hiding.

We wouldn’t likely take out the nuclear facilities either because that would cause irreparable harm to the reputation of the United States and the Trump Administration –not to mention catastrophic environmental damage and unnecessary loss of life of the civilian population of North korea.

This strike against North Korea’s missiles, may not deter Assad’s next chemical weapons attack, in fact it’s imminent and we will be responding when that happens, but Kim Jung Un’s Ballistic program will undoubtedly be disabled for the long-term.

About R. A. Romero (45 Articles)
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