There Is No Military Solution To The North Korea Conundrum | The Daily Caller
Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 16, 2017
The reason is simple: a military confrontation with North Korean despot Kim Jong-un has a 100% chance of ending in a nuclear conflagration. As retired Col. David Hunt, who served in Korea on the DMZ, told Eric Bolling on Thursday, every war game simulating a war with North Korea has ended in a nuclear conflict. For fifty years, the North Koreans have been preparing for a resumption of hostilities in a war that never formally ended. Positioned in the heights just above the demilitarized zone is a massive array of North Korean artillery pointed at Seoul, the South Korean capital, a city with 3 million inhabitants. Within six minutes, that tremendous firepower would be unleashed, and the casualties would be massive.
He is right. We never hear the part about Seoul being wiped out in a matter of minutes.
We never hear that Japan will be attacked as well. Nuked if they can get one to work.
The Korean people are intensely nationalistic: they resent any sort of foreign interference in their affairs, which is why meddling by Beijing and Washington is widely resented. There is a way out of the Korean conundrum – if only the US will get out of the way.I wish SK had the gumption to take control and give the US the boot.
US lives matter.
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