posted on Oct, 7 2017 @ 03:47 PM
On a more serious note;
I recall him recently saying how something should have been done about DPRK, 25 years ago, 10 years ago and 5 years ago and now he has basically been
left with this mess to sort out. And as much as I enjoy hating on Trump as much as the next guy I do think he has a bit of a point. Its not really
Trumps fault DPRK has been going after nukes, its not his fault that Soul has all that artillery pointed at it.
The whole situation kind of shows the big problem with the Bush/Blair doctrine of preventing a state acquiring nukes, we we went to Iraq, so the say,
because of WMD's and yet let DPRK build up this capability. I think Trump is right when he says that something should have been done before now to
have removed the problem DPRK poses before it got to the stage where they now have viable nukes.
Lets face it, the big thing the west wants is for DPRK to dismantle hits nuclear weapons program and back down the massive military stand off thats
been going on on the Korean peninsular for a generation. That quite simply is not going to happen now and furthermore the west cannot let it stand.
There might not be a war this year or next year but its really only a matter of when and not if war starts with Korea.
Let me clear, Trump is the last person I think I would want to be leading the USA in this situation, but I think regardless of who was in power,
military action in the next few years was always going to be pretty much inevitable.
edit on 7-10-2017 by OtherSideOfTheCoin because: (no