Huny Badger RIGHT WING TRIBUNE–
Americans are used to threats and saber rattling from North Korea, so much, that people are becoming immune to it which is a huge mistake.
I am not saying to run around as if the sky was falling or that WWIII is at your front door. What I am saying is, stay educated on the truth, on facts and follow the North Korean conflict with logic.
With all the U.S. and South Korean training currently going on, China and Russia prepping its borders with North Korea, it gives the appearance of a boots-on-the-ground conflict in the very near future.
Chinese national security officials cautioned over the weekend that the threat of a war breaking out on the Korean Peninsula was imminent.
KCNA referenced the warnings of the cost and devastation of a U.S. miscalculation on North Korea by Defense Priorities foreign policy expert and former CATO Institute defense policy head Charles Peña.
North Korea urged President Donald Trump to ease his hard-line stance against the reclusive, militarized state, warning that the Republican leader’s actions have brought the world to the brink of an all-out nuclear war.
North Korea’s official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) published Monday a commentary titled “Trump Should Cool His Jets and Face Up to Reality.” Citing foreign media reports, including Newsweek’s coverage of a poll that found nearly two-thirds of U.S. citizens were against going to war with North Korea, the state-run outlet called on Trump and his administration to rescind their threat to forcefully disarm supreme leader Kim Jong Un’s nuclear and ballistic arsenal, which has continued to grow despite increased U.S.-led diplomatic, economic and military pressures.
“The public opinion opposed to the preemptive attack is getting stronger in the U.S. It can be viewed as a sort of advice that the U.S. administration should drop the adventurous and risky way of thinking and boldly make a U-turn in its policy toward the DPRK,” the commentary read, referring to North Korea by an acronym for its official name: the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.
“The right to preemptive attack is not exclusive to the U.S. The U.S. should cool-headedly face up to the reality that the iron-willed DPRK’s preemptive nuclear attack against provocateurs is just not hot air,” it added.
North Korea has defended its actions by claiming such weapons were necessary to deter a U.S. invasion, but Trump and a number of other countries accused Kim and his government of threatening the stability of the region. Leading powers, including China and Russia, have called on Trump and Kim to enter direct talks. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson suggested last week that the U.S. was ready to have its “first meeting without preconditions,” but the White House later appeared to shut down the diplomat’s remarks, calling on North Korea to change its behavior and asserting that “clearly now is not the time” for dialogue.
KCNA also alluded to other U.S. media reports comparing Trump’s approach to Kim’s North Korea to that of President George W. Bush toward President Saddam Hussein of Iraq in the months leading up to the 2003 invasion of the nation, which has been plagued with conflict ever since.
Huny Badger is a Veteran who served our country as an Army Combat Medic.
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