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Monday, April 3, 2017

It seems the world outside of the United States is becoming worried that newly minted President Donald Trump just might actually solve the North Korean problem on his own.

Global leaders from Chinese President Xi to British Prime Minister May have voiced their displeasure at President Trump’s claim that if China doesn’t solve the North Korean problem, the United States would.  The prospect of an American leader actually taking care of American security seems too much for the globalist world to take. After eight years of bowing, appeasing and retreating, having an alpha male in the White House, and one that gets results at that, is just plain frightening.  Having more “discussions” in the United Nations Security Council seems to be the globalist preferred route.

For Britain, Prime Minister Theresa May acted this way, “I think what is crucial - and where we have been working, and will continue to work through the United Nations Security Council, through resolutions which we have supported there, and with the United States - is to encourage China to look at this issue of North Korea and to play a more significant role in terms of North Korea,” she said.  “I think that’s where our attention should focus,” reported The Telegraph.


Former U.S. Secretary of Defense Ash Carter said this on the Sunday news circuit,  a war with North Korea would lead to “an intensity of violence” not seen since the Korean War.  That may be true.  However, former CIA chief James Woolsey recently stated that one single EMP nuclear weapon expended in an air burst over the United States would completely wipe out the American power grid and kill up to 90 percent of Americans through starvation.

I guess our former globalist leaders would prefer that ‘intensity of violence’ over actually dealing with the North Korean threat.  The liberal narrative is that Trump is not credible and the comments should be ignored.  However, behind closed doors, they worry he is really way too credible for their liking.


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