But you know a necessary consequence of the severe economic sanctions
together with the loss of nuclear deterrence?
The impending August Strike will spell the doom of North Korea - a few
years down the road at the most, a la Iraq.
Iraq regime change was also preceded by severe sanctions and numerous
strikes plus a short but punishing war a dozen years before.
American exceptionalism will continue to reign. It will decide who
will or will not survive.
This two-step regime-change program will make it easy for the American
Senator Graham didn't tell the world what Trump allegedly told him one
night for nothing! He represents the establishment which thinks that
"a few thousands of people" dying "over there" now is worth taking the
military option to counter a theoretical situation where thousands
would "die over here". This is called a "preventive war" - not a
preemptive one where you would see missiles coming your way and thus
activate your anti-missile defense to thwart the otherwise impending
However, there is likely the same fiasco on the Korean peninsula which
we've seen in the aftermath of attacking Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya,
Syria, and others.
Or that the naysayers are wrong and there won't be. Then Trump will
be praised by the-powers-that-be, whose approval is necessary for him
to politically survive. They will spare him the ridiculous theater of
an impeachment. And he might even win a second term, don't you see?
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Chinese paper says China should stay neutral if North Korea attacks first