Military action in North Korea: yes or no

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Re: Military action in North Korea: yes or no

Postby corplinx » Sun Feb 11, 2018 2:58 am

Anaxagoras wrote:So now Dr. Cha is out of consideration for Ambassador, he has published an editorial about how to deal with North Korea in the Washington Post:

Victor Cha: Giving North Korea a ‘bloody nose’ carries a huge risk to Americans

It's basically a hawkish approach he recommends, but not a preemptive strike.

Another piece says that McMaster is the one pushing for a preemptive strike

People really aren't seeing the big picture. Whether its the military parade (which is really about reminding the world ::cough:: kim jong) about how powerful the US is without launching a war.

Or Pence/etc at the Olympics.

We know how Trump's mind works, there is a book on it. Deal from a position of strength.

Not necessarily hawkish, but establish dominance.

Rambling thoughts as I've watched the media react like stupid hicks to Pence and NK at the olympics as if every move isn't carefully choreographed on both sides.

We also have to have "leaks" that state we aren't opposed to a first strike in order to establish that strong position.

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Re: Military action in North Korea: yes or no

Postby Pyrrho » Sun Feb 11, 2018 2:50 pm

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