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North Korea has publicly mocked the U.S as of late due to Trump's failed attempt to play deal maker while at the same time undermining previous relationships with North Korea.
You may recall Trump making a big deal out of being the first U.S President to visit North Korea in quite some time. It was supposed to be a symbol of peace and a more importantly it was supposed to give American citizens the impression that he has completed the task of ending North Korea's nuclear weapons program.
USA Today reports that North Korea has sent a warning to the United States which indicates that things could nasty between the two nations if nuclear arms talks are not resumed, it may not be happy with the "Christmas gift" delivered by leader Kim Jong Un.
Despite North Korea's warning, President Trump continues to claim he has stopped the two nations from heading into World War III.
I like him, he likes me, we have a good relationship," Trump said when asked about the missile tests. "We'll see what happens. It may work out, it may not."
Trump said about Kim Jong Un at the Nato meeting in London.
Even after Trump made it public he did not want to start a war with Iran, U.S AirForce F-22's have been deployed to Qatar amid the rising tensions between the U.S and Iran. Airforce times reports F-22 Raptors arrived on Al Udeid Airbase in Qatar. The Airforce Times states that the stealth fighters were deployed at the request of the U.S Central command to build up force readiness.
Besides the 2020 Presidential debates, war with Iran has been at the top of the everyday news cycle and is very unpopular amongst U.S citizens, however, the U.S appears to be inching closer and closer to launching strikes. This latest report shows that the U.S is moving in position and making its military presence felt by both air and sea.
As I have said in the past, the U.S is looking for an excuse to start a war with Iran. It is so obvious that this is the game plan for the Trump administration that I called it in November of last year. I am not the only one that knows the game plan because most U.S citizens are not buying the conflict with Iran nor do people believe it is necessary for the U.S to start any kind of war or conflict with Iran.
Recently the Trump administration has accused Iran of the tanker attacks in Oman. This has been pushed in the media but CNBC admitted that the U.S has not been able to prove it was Iran. During the George W. Bush presidency, Bush sold the people on invading Iraq claiming they had weapons of mass destruction. This led to a long drawn out war that was never justified and the weapons of mass destruction were never found. U.S troops lost their lives for a war that had no purpose. Now we see history repeat itself as the tensions escalate between the U.S and Iran.
The Tanker attack was weak and missed the mark as far as convincing people that retaliation is necessary. I would not be shocked if we see even more drastic measures taken in order to sell the idea of war to the American people.
Luke Rudkowski of wearechange.org, went his Youtube podcast completely exposed how CNBC contradicted themselves.
It seems as if North Korea has expanded it's nuclear missile base. The sight was under construction in 2017 and has since been expanded, according to CNN.
National Security Adviser John Bolton says President Trump wants to hold another summit with Kim Jung Un because he has failed to live up to his part of the deal .
"They have not lived up to the commitments so far," Bolton said toThe Wall Street Journal.
"That's why I think the President thinks that another summit is likely to be productive."
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"Satellite images show that the base remains active. Moreover, in the past year North Korea has significantly expanded a nearby facility that appears to be another missile base,"
"Whatever Kim says about his desire for denuclearization, North Korea continues to produce and deploy nuclear armed missiles." - Jeffrey Lewis of the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey.
Pentagon is considering nuclear attacks as a response to cyber attacks.
The New York Times reported that the Defense Department's 2018 Nuclear Posture Review, details whether to retaliate against a cyber attack aimed at the United States by way of nuclear strikes against the culprit.
This comes in response to years of cyber hacks and attacks as well as rumors of attacks by North Korea and others.
This is being pushed as a strategy to scare U.S enemies that have the ability to attack the United States through cyber warfare.
The New York states that a cyber attack does not mean there will automatically be a nuclear response.
In extreme conditions of a cyber attack, then this strategy may come into play.
The Social war between the two dictators Kim Jung Un and wanna be dictator, Donald Trump has been heating up lately. Some reports claim that Kim Jung Un has actually said there will be an attack soon. I don't know how true that is but we do know that sh*t is getting serious.
The interesting thing about this is North Korea is not backing down, not even a little bit.
The U.S is so use to bullying other countries and it's odd to see a Nation stand up so firmly against the U.S.
So far it has been all talks and a bunch of test fires but at some point something has to give.
Either we will shoot it out or talk it out.
Not helping things was this taunt by Kim Jung UN aimed towards America.
'A GIFT FOR THE AMERICAN B******S!'
Kim Jong-un taunts Donald Trump after launching ballistic missile capable of reaching the US
Victor Jarome Morrow