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#1 Parent expat hubby - 2017-07-06
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great post!

#2 Parent Silverboy - 2017-07-06
Re: Map of artillery sites of North Korea

Of course he does not have a plan. Neither did Obama. They are not military men, they rely on advisors.

It is has come to the point that diplomacy is a total waste of time, as are sanctions. You can't negotiate or reason with the leaders of North Korea.

They do not feel remorse or pity.

Trump does not have a plan, but he can make things happen after he gets sensible advice.

Obama could have also.

The Chinese leadership is weak, only cares about staying in power, and China does not have the military strength to take on North Korea by itself.

The Americans have the superior technology and strategies.

#3 Parent BeenThere - 2017-07-06
Re: Map of artillery sites of North Korea

Anybody seriously think the clown has a plan?

But if North Korea’s nuclear program has proved intractable for past presidents, Trump is particularly ill-suited to deal with the problem. The president has little foreign policy experience and has left top diplomatic posts unfilled. He has said he likes to be unpredictable and is internationally known for his uncensored, stream-of-conscious Twitter rants.

When confronted with Kim’s escalating actions, the Trump administration appeared caught off-guard. Following an April 4 missile test by North Korea, Trump didn’t tweet or issue a formal statement about it. Tillerson offered an ominous three-sentence message: “North Korea launched yet another intermediate range ballistic missile. The United States has spoken enough about North Korea. We have no further comment.”

By June, Trump seemed to have abandoned his policy of working with China to rein in North Korea. “While I greatly appreciate the efforts of President Xi & China to help with North Korea, it has not worked out. At least I know China tried!” he tweeted.

On Wednesday, the day after the ICBM launch, Trump went even further and blamed China for North Korea’s rising nuclear capability. “Trade between China and North Korea grew almost 40% in the first quarter. So much for China working with us - but we had to give it a try!” he tweeted.

Curious - 2017-07-06
Map of artillery sites of North Korea

Food for thought for those of us who think that hitting North Korea militarily is a piece of cake.

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