Tillerson Talks Tough on North Korea

U.S. SECRETARY OF STATE REX TILLERSON VISITS THE BORDER BETWEEN THE TWO KOREAS.

Sabre rattling has been the order of the day in Asia.

War with North Korea does not appear to be imminent, but is in no way ready to be ruled out.

The difficulty is whether an American attack on North Korean military facilities would lead to deadly retaliation against South Korea. Then, there’s the question of whether China would join with North Korea. If so, we could be staring at World War III.

CBS News

In South Korea, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the U.S. would not rule out use of force to confront a growing nuclear threat from North Korea.

The last two times North Korea fired off missiles – a multiple launch earlier this month and a more advanced model in February – U.S. intelligence was caught by surprise. North Korea’s increasing ability to launch without warning is one reason Secretary of State Tillerson overturned two decades of U.S. policy toward North Korea.

“Let me be very clear: The policy of strategic patience has ended. We are exploring a new range of diplomatic, security and economic measures,” Tillerson said Friday after visiting the heavily militarized border between the rival Koreas.

Strategic patience is the diplomatic way of saying the U.S. has relied on economic sanctions, covert sabotage, and cyber attacks to make it difficult for North Korea to develop nuclear weapons.

But as President Trump put it in a tweet: “North Korea is behaving very badly. They have been ‘playing’ the united states for years.”

Following a visit to the DMZ dividing the two Koreas, Secretary Tillerson said in effect “no more games” — and raised the threat of a pre-emptive strike against the north.

“If they elevate the threat of their weapons program to a level that we believe requires action, that option is on the table,” he said.

But a preemptive strike would almost certainly result in massive loss of life by triggering a North Korean artillery barrage on the South Korean capital of Seoul.

Secretary Tillerson will travel next to Beijing in an effort to convince President Xi to use his country’s economic leverage to pressure North Korea into giving up its weapons program.

But, according to the president’s tweet, “China has done little to help.”

Secretary Tillerson said “all options are on the table.” But a Defense Dept. official added “none of them are good options.”

This video offers the testimony of a North Korean woman about life in her country. Is she for real or an actress?

Henry Makow lays out Korean history and explains why the globalists have created the Korean schism in order to advance their cause.

Here’s a question for you to consider. Is this little fat boy really crazy or is he an actor playing a role, bought and paid for by (((them?))) Or do (((they))) want him gone in order to exploit his country?

Given what we’ve learned through Wikileaks, it’s clear that there’s layer upon layer of deception in the Deep State. It seems there’s no way to determine if we will ever reach the ultimate truth.

One more thing. This CNBC op-ed raises the question of whether the tough talk is aimed at China. The author notes that tougher sanctions on North Korea will force China to expend its resources on keeping North Korea afloat.

8 thoughts on “Tillerson Talks Tough on North Korea

  1. “Secretary Tillerson said “all options are on the table.” But a Defense Dept. official added “none of them are good options.””

    Has the option of peace never crossed the minds of USA leaders? The Korean war never ended, more than 60 years ago so technically is still on. There has never been a peace treaty. 30,000 US soldiers have sat on the Korean DMZ at US taxpayer expense for 60 years.

    This compares with the Cuba/US situation in my book. Cuba and North Korea might be bad, childish or stupid, but where does that leave the other party in the dispute, the United States?
    The US looks childish and stupid from where I sit and pontificate. Being the “good guy” is no excuse not to behave like an adult.

    The West is decadent and the North Korean and Chinese military would be as hard as nails in my opinion. North Korean soldiers have very little to lose by dying, unlike the LGBT/female/multicultural/ AA Western troops.

    Arabs are easy beats but North East Asians are hard men and they have proved it in wars of the 20th Century.

    Kin il Yong would relish a war with the USA so why give him one? If the USA attacks first this will not look good in the history books. An H Bomb on Tokyo would be awkward also.

    As stated before I hope Trump is not a crazy war monger. Obama was a Peacenik and I commend Obama for this.

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  3. Fat boy is just a figurehead. Obviously N. Korea has a Communist shadow government too! Jewish controlled? Who knows.

    At first, I thought this video good to show dense Whites what their and their children’s lives will be like if they don’t wise up. But, then, with Whites having serious mental disorders, they would invite all the N. Koreans to come here. Notice even the White men were crying! Yes, for a few minutes, I was caught up in it feeling sorry for this fragile little thing we might want to take under our wing, not a tear was shed, though, but then my children and future grandchildren flashed through my mind. Nope, there are too many like her and best not to start with even one!

    As far as I’m concerned, the N. Koreans themselves are an Asian problem that should be dealt with by Asian countries.

    • There’s a phony quality about the whole North Korean thing. Let the Koreans handle it. General MacArthur could have won the damn war, but was not allowed to. That tells you that somebody in the America government wanted the Communists to have a beachhead in Asia. (Aren’t there always Jews around when Communists are around?)

  4. T-Rex has the stature, demeanor, and voice, to pull this off, but who told him to say this? Is it his idea to give nuclear weapons to other countries, Trump’s, Mattis, Republicans, or all of the above. While I like the tough talk, it’s causing me to be a bit edgy! Those given nuclear weapons may not always be on our side in the future.

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