Our objective should be regime change in North Korea, China, and Russia. These are our main enemies. Let’s start with North Korea.
If President Trump accepts another “deal” with the North Korean regime, he will have made a serious and fatal error. Deterrence hasn’t worked. Right now we can take out the North Korean land-based nuclear threat. If we wait, they will have submarine-based nuclear weapons. And there’s no way to take them out in advance.
The U.N. Security Council unanimously imposed new sanctions on North Korea on August 5. So what? It’s just one in another series of ineffective resolutions on North Korea. The U.N. is a communist front.
Secretary of State Tillerson is telling North Koreans, “we are not your enemy.” Of course they are. This is a brainwashed nation whose communist leaders must be obliterated. “We do not seek a regime change,” Tillerson says. “We do not seek the collapse of the regime.”
The Communists engineered regime change in South Vietnam, and 58,000 Americans died in vain.
They can seek regime change in non-communist countries, but we can’t seek regime change in communist countries? This is a recipe for communist domination of the world.
We have to be prepared to launch a preemptive nuclear strike on North Korea. Yes, millions may die on the Korean peninsula. But would you rather wait until North Korean nuclear weapons hit the United States and tens of millions of Americans die?
North Korean nukes could strike much of the U.S. Thanks to Comrade Obama. And thanks, too, to his comrades in Russia and China. North Korea’s communist sponsors won’t hold North Korea back from such a strike on the U.S. mainland. They will watch and smile as America is destroyed in a communist apocalypse.
Did you know there was a North Korean-South Korean treaty on the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula? Under this Joint Declaration, “the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) and the Republic of Korea (ROK) agree not to test, manufacture, produce, receive, possess, store, deploy, or use nuclear weapons; to use nuclear energy solely for peaceful purposes; and not to possess facilities for nuclear reprocessing and uranium enrichment.”
How did that work out?
Our policy has to be regime change – and as soon as possible.
If we don’t act now, Iran gets the message that they can develop nuclear weapons and no one will stop them. A scientific-cooperation pact between North Korea and Iran was reached in 2012 and advanced the nuclear and missile programs of both countries.
It’s reported Trump is meeting with his intelligence “experts.” Bill Gertz of the Washington Times has listed several of the intelligence failures regarding North Korea:
…the failures included judgments that cast doubt about whether North Korea’s nuclear program posed an immediate threat, whether North Korea could produce a militarily useful nuclear bomb, whether North Korea was capable of conducting an underground nuclear test and whether Pyongyang was bluffing by claiming it could carry one out.
How many “mistakes” will be made before we come to the conclusion that we are being deliberately deceived by the enemies within and set up for the kill?
President Trump says, “North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States. They will be met with the fire and the fury like the world has never seen.”
Start by cleaning out the traitors in the intelligence community who have consistently made these “mistakes.” Then, take out the North Korean regime. There is no alternative.