NORTH KOREA: THERE WAS NEVER A WAR THAT WAS EASIER TO START OR STOP……….FISH OR CUT BAIT!
The United States must stop vacillating and act on North Korea or disengage. It must take action or stop saying that it will.
The game of Chicken is over. NK, China, and the US will not flinch. Neither will give way but for different reasons.
NORTH KOREA POSITION:
KJU suffers from mental illness. He cannot be trusted and his actions are predicated on an unreasonable fear of the United States. That is not going to change, He has an itchy trigger finger bolstered by US inaction. If he twitches, Los Angeles look out.
KJU will not flinch.
China does not want a unified Korea. That means massive US troops on its border stifling moves like their man-made island base in the South China Sea.
While it fears mass migration in the event of a strike by the US on NK, it remains its worst nightmare. Still China supplies 85% of NK needs and it gets cheap labor from the KJU regime. Its silence is deafening.
The US has chosen persuasion over coercion. Our lack of decisive action has allowed an emboldened KJU to think he can do whatever he wants. He knows we will do nothing. That is why China sits on the sidelines tight lipped.
China will not flinch.
THE UNITED STATES POSITION:
The distinct and real possibility of an armed ICBM with a nuclear warhead which can reach the Continental United States now exists. Guam is another of KJU’s targets as he just tested a missile which flew over Japan, 1650 nautical miles.
Peace and Appeasement are not on speaking terms. While it seems that they are allies, not so, they are likely opposites.
The policy of Appeasement by our last three presidents has not worked. It was a combination of compromises, sanctions, and financial aid which yielded broken promises extorted by NK. They only encouraged development of a nuclear arsenal and a missile delivery system.
Diplomacy rests upon a credible option of force. We are out of options because we are in clear and present danger of a nuclear attack on Los Angeles or some other American city.
The United States must flinch.
It must shoot down any missiles launched by NK. It must act now with a quick decisive preemptive strike on NK’s border cannons, missile installations and nuclear storage facilities.
It’s them or us.
Mr. President: Act now before it’s too late.