How John Bolton Wants to Destroy the Constitution to Attack North Korea

April 4, 2018 by · 1 Comment 

In other words, Bolton is not arguing that North Korea is in fact about to attack us. Rather, he contends that it is legal for a country to attack another if the second country may soon possess the ability to attack the former with nuclear weapons. But this would obviously mean that it’s legitimate for Kim Jong Un to attack the nuclear-armed U.S., particularly after Trump threatened to “totally destroy” North Korea at the United Nations in September. Indeed, by Bolton’s standard, it would also be okay for any country on earth to immediately nuke the U.S.

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US-North Korea: What Is Trump Planning? Is a Trump-Kim Meeting Likely?

March 14, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

Even while denouncing the North Korean regime and publicly insulting its “supreme leader,” Trump the deal-maker has repeatedly said he is willing to meet and talk with Kim. During a May 2016 interview with Reuters, Trump was asked if he would be willing to meet and talk with Kim Jong-un. “Why not? What is wrong with talking?” Trump was quoted as saying. He said he wanted to talk Kim into giving up his “damned nukes,” even if it were unlikely Kim would actually do so. He said he would even invite the North Korean leader to Washington, although he wouldn’t accord him full head-of-state dignities. “I won’t host a state dinner for him. Same goes for the Chinese and others who rip us off,” Trump said. Rather, he said the communist leaders would be served hamburgers — at a conference table.

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How Cheney and His Allies Created the North Korea Nuclear Missile Crisis

December 30, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

The Trump administration has been telling people for months that the crisis with North Korea is the result of North Korea’s relentless pursuit of a nuclear threat to the US homeland and past North Korean cheating on diplomatic agreements. However, North Korea reached agreements with both the Clinton and George W. Bush administrations that could have averted that threat, had they been completed.

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