Shame on today’s New York Times headline: A ‘Cuban Missile Crisis in Slow Motion’ in North Korea.
It seems in my short memory for any US presidents, they need start a new war. I do not read Fox News at all and I believe they probably has been promoting this North Korean War for Trump for a while already. Now even New York Times are starting the war mongering propaganda so early, partially because they deliberately want to push Trump into this non-winning war such that people can look at Trump presidency as a total joke as they predicted. Hey, come on, North Korea is so far away from USA. They have not invaded or bombed USA for the last 60 years. There is no comparison between Cuba missile crisis and North Korea at all.
If North Korea is really bad, they will fall by themselves eventually. If they dare strike, we have the capability to strive back and hard. Furthermore, all the US media portraits NK leader really really bad. In realty, it is probably not so accurate. To rule a country like NK, cruelty and dictatorship are not enough and he certainly still benefits from the heritage from his father. One day those heritage will be lost and that is the moment his rule will collapse. If US wants to destroy North Korea, they should be obligated to rebuild them and we see the failure in Iraq, Libya, Syria, Afghanistan, etc. One failure after another failure, and those shameless people still ask for another failure in North Korea.
For any presidents, senators, or congressmen, if they approve a war, at least, they should send their kids to the front line, fighting there, not cowardly sitting back in the air-conditional room defending democracy. Or financially, they should donate their one-year salary to the war spending at least.
Interesting or not surprisingly, on the war effort, the democrats are joining Trump’s bandwagon.
Many ignorant people do not know basic facts at all. If North Korea just dump all their ammunition into South Korea which is just 50 miles away, the whole South Korea Capital Seoul will be destroyed and Korean peninsular history will be rewritten at the cost of North Korea’s disappearance. Unfortunately, South Korea is not on the decision table at all.
But who wins?