He should continue to work with S Korea, Japan, China and Russia to put pressure on N Korea. War is not the answer, we have won a war since 1898. And the N Korea problem exists today as a fact of the consequences of losing a war. We lost the Korean War. The politicians not the military, which is the case in most of the lost wars.
It was China and Russia that bolstered the North Koreans and North Vietnam. They may be able to be useful today in containing North Korea. While the US can make economic sanctions on N Korea.
Get your history straight, a truce still exits, war never ended with DPRK
ptosis, so emotional. We lost period. Truce is not a win. Had we won, we wouldn't have to deal with N. Korea today.
The U.S. should do with North Korea what South Korea asked Obama to do, leave them so the two Koreas could reunite like Germany has done.
The Koreas are people of color and, so to speak, the colorless Europeans consider them lesser man than they are as Ezekiel 1:4-10 and Revelation 5:7 indicates. Revelation 5:7 reads with interpretations in brackets that fits Ezekiel 1:10 also as; "And the first beast was like a lion[self exalting above all others], and the second beast like a calf [their prey as African natives are], and the third beast had a face as a man [they consider are man but less than they consider themselves], and the fourth beast was like a flying eagle [American Natives who fled to prevent becoming extinct]."
There's not much he can do without giving china and russia an excuse to act crazy. Technically, America can take care of itself so there isn't anything it needs from china, russia or korea. Aside from korea's proximity to the U.S., the real problem is china, which is in league with russia. That being said, what can President Trump really do with korea that wouldn't impact relations with those two major countries?
Let's just hope that President Trump has no connections to the progenitor of the georgia guidestones!:
"1- Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature."
What should Trump do with North Korea? I'll give a simple answer that some may not like but Trump should leave them alone and let the 2 Koreas try to settle their differences.
We haven't won a war since 1898, and we get here today because we didn't resolve the Korean War. All the presidents before Trump have gotten us into wars. They failed and what we have today is their mess, along with congress Let Trump be pres.
by Greg Schweizer 10 months ago
The United States is being threatened and bullied by North Korea, why is it that our government is..still playing patty cake about Russia instead of concentrating on the REAL danger at hand?
by Mike Russo 12 months ago
What did America do to make North Korea hate us?
by Jack Lee 14 months ago
It is a delemma for me. As a conservative and one who does not like wars unless absolutely necessary, I am just not sure what we can do in this case.You have a dictator who is treated as a god by his own people, almost like a cult.They have been brainwashed to hate us and the west.They also possess...
by Don W 14 months ago
I'm struggling to keep up with all this. Is Trump really planning to attack North Korea if they do another nuclear test? Is it seriously being considered as a possibility? Or is it just sabre rattling? And is this type of brinksmanship the best approach to foreign policy?
by Jack Lee 11 months ago
It appears that we are at another crucial point in history. In the 1980s, Reagan faced a similar threat in Soviet Union. He negotiated and ended the cold war and took down the Soviet empire without firing a shot. In 2017, it appears President Trump has a similar challenge. If he can negotiate an...
by Scott S Bateman 9 months ago
Do you want nuclear war with North Korea and China?It's easy to think we can beat North Korea in a conventional war because of our advanced military. But such a war brings big problems:1. North Korea has a few small nukes, but China has thousands of them. China has made clear since the 1950s war...
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