North Korea and deranged leader Kim Jong Un are sending a delegation and holding talks with the South Koreans. Here’s hoping it reduces nuclear tension.
Kim Jong Un and North Korea are sending a delegation to the 2018 Winter Olympics, hoping to negotiate with South Korea. Hopefully, everything goes well.
With civil authority tied up with the most demanding emergencies, there’s not that much to dissuade those who would take from others by force.
Thus the most serious nuclear crisis since Nikita Khrushchev put missiles in Cuba appears to have abated. Welcome news, even if the confrontation with Pyongyang has probably only been postponed.
When all else fails, go for the option that’s taken down so many in the U.S. From politicians to mainstream media newsmen.
In the morning darkness of Wednesday, Kim Jong Un launched an ICBM that rose almost 2,800 miles into the sky before falling into the Sea of Japan.
Despite President Trump’s seemingly cozy relationship with China, the U.S. still can’t escape the annoyance of China’s favorite ankle-biter, North Korea.
The U.S. pre-eminence in the days of Desert Storm is history.
I smell a big Red Chinese rat, considering an alternate combat scenario and the reasons for a potential war on the Korean peninsula.
Twitter Man vs. Rocket Man
Trump has put Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in no win situation. Either negotiate with Rocket Man, or deal with Twitter Man.
North Korea on the Edge. With tensions between North Korea and the U.S. continuing to ramp up, it’s not too hard to believe we may see some fire and fury.
The Doomsday Clock
As tensions with North Korea increase, the Doomsday clock ticks closer to disaster.
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With North Korea’s latest Hydrogen bomb test, does Kim Jong Un really think he can withstand the full force of U.S Military, or does he have another goal in mind?
By setting off a 100-kiloton bomb, after firing a missile over Japan, Kim Jong Un has gotten the world’s attention.
Much like the fictional Godzilla, America has dozens of real undersea beasts capable of destroying multiple cities at a time.
China has no reason to restrain Kim too soon, or for too modest a price.
President Trump and Defense Secretary Mattis give a very stern warning to Kim Jong Un, but will he be wise enough to heed it.
Bill Clinton did a great job giving the North Koreans a pathway to nuclear weapons using diplomacy, much like Obama has done with Iran..
“President Donald Trump’s doubling down on his “fire and fury” comment is only encouraging Pyongyang to stay on its current nuclear weapons “course,” ~ Mainstream News Haters
With a growing arsenal of North Korean ICBMs targeted on America is intolerable, the question must arise: Why not move U.S. forces off the peninsula?
A time for truth. U.S. sanctions on North Korea, like those voted for by Congress last week, are not going to stop Kim from acquiring ICBMs. He is too close to the goal line…
When Korea is united neither side is going to thank us. One will hate us and yes the other one will hate us also. We cannot win in this scenario.
If several bombs exploded over South Korean or Japanese cities, there could be a million or more casualties…
The cost of trying to take nuclear toys away from Kim now is high, and it will be paid by South Korea and possibly Japan, already within range of North Korea’s guns and missiles..
We are approaching a point where we accept North Korea having a nuclear weapon that can reach Seattle, or we attack its strategic arsenal and bring on a war…