Tuesday, May 02, 2017

War drums haven't stopped beating for N. Korea

via The Blaze.
The North Korean media warned America on Tuesday that the U.S.’s “military provocations” will push the Korean peninsula “close to nuclear war.”

“Due to the U.S. military provocations that are becoming more explicit day by day, the situation in the Korean peninsula that is already sensitive is being driven to a point close to nuclear war,” a North Korean news anchor warned via the media as per a translation done by Reuters.

A North Korean newspaper added that the nation was “waiting for the moment it will reduce the whole of the U.S. mainland to ruins.”

The North Korean threat emerged from the state-controlled KCNA news agency just hours after the United States flew two B-1B bombers in training drills with South Korean and Japanese military.

President Donald Trump’s sentiments from last week seemed to echo the anchor’s and newspaper’s warnings.

Last week, the president said that a “major, major conflict” with North Korea was possible, and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson revealed that the military action isn’t too far off — and is “on the table.”

In an Oval Office interview with Reuters, Trump said, “There is a chance that we could end up having a major, major conflict with North Korea. Absolutely. We’d love to solve things diplomatically but it’s very difficult.”
Have you guys noticed something?

1.  That carrier battlegroup has gone silent.  The only thing we've heard is that a Japanese Burke style ship linked up with them.

2.  Remember the story about the Navy SEALs going to S. Korea to practice a decapitation strike against the little fat man?  We haven't heard a peep from them since then.

3.  Remember stories of the 2nd ID and elements of the Marine Corps in Japan being put on alert?  I've scoured the internet and haven't read a thing about them going back to normal operating tempo.

Now we have this from the N. Koreans.

The drums haven't gone silent, they're just out of ear shot of the general public and most of our fellow citizens have a real short attention span.

This thing isn't ramping down.  People are still doing stuff to get ready for war and the dance of death continues.  It ain't over yet people.  Trust me.  It ain't over. 

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