Friday, March 10, 2017

Trump Sending Nuclear Bomber Planes to South Korea

Imagine this scenario;  you clearly tell your 4 yr old son, "Don't touch that vase.  It's very expensive and it's mom's vase."  No sooner do you say it and he looks right at you and reaches out and grabs hold of the vase and runs away to his room.

What do you do?

"Well Dennis, I'd probably get some candy and see if I could swap him some candy for the vase he took."

Ummm....stupid idea.  You are going to raise a brat who runs all over you and everyone else he meets.

"Well Dennis, I'd follow him to his room, grab hold of him by the arm, take the vase, look him in the eyes and scold him.  Then I would turn him around and give him a hard swat on the butt and tell him to stay in his room until he was ready to apologize for his disobedience."

Good idea.  Full-on rebellion needs to be met with a show of force.

So what happens when North Korea is clearly told to NOT develop ICBM's but then does it anyway and launches 4 of them towards our ally, Japan, before dropping them into the ocean after flying them for 600 miles?

Well, if you are call him and offer him some candy if he promises to quit launching missiles.

But what about President Trump?

DONALD Trump is reportedly planning to send nuclear bombers to the Korean peninsula as tensions in the region reach breaking point.

North Korea and the US have been teetering on the brink of war for months after Kim Jong-un carried out a series of controversial missile launches.

Earlier this week, trigger-happy Kim pushed his luck once more when he fired off four ballistic missiles into the seas near Japan.

Now US military chiefs are reportedly planning to fly in B-1 and B-52 bombers – built to carry nuclear bombs – to show America has had enough, according to the Korea Times.

South Korea and the US have also started their annual Foal Eagle military exercise sending a strong warning to North Korea over its actions.

A military official said 300,000 South Korean troops and 15,000 US personnel are taking part in the operation.

Secretary of Defence James Mattis said the US “remains steadfast in its commitment” to the defence of the South, according to Pentagon spokesman Navy Capt Jeff Davis.

Capt David said: “He further emphasised that any attack on the United States or its allies will be defeated and any use of nuclear weapons will be met with a response that is effective and overwhelming.”

Washington is reportedly expected to deploy a series of strategic assets from the US as well as from military bases in Guam and Japan, reports the Daily Mail.

The USS Carl Vinson, a Nimitz-class supercarrier, will join the Foal Eagle exercise after departing from San Diego.

The nuke-powered aircraft carrier will carry dozens of fighter jets, early warning aircraft and anti-sub craft.

It will be accompanied by the guided-missile cruiser USS Lake Champlain (CG-57) and two Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyers.


Do I want a war with North Korea?


If you ignore their dangerous missile launches and nuclear bomb testing....will they change their behavior and all of a sudden turn into a wonderful nation asking how they can improve the world by putting away their missiles and bombs and feeding their people?


Sometimes, strange little fat men with funny hair cuts who demand their citizens worship him as a god....that man-child might need a spanking to realize that he can't go on threatening the world from his dark playroom.

And who is going to give him a spanking?

Probably the only one in the world who has the power and the will to do it.


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