North Korea has turned into a dog and pony show, it no longer seems the United states is interested in the protection of our nation, it is more about who can tweet the bully message of the day.



BreitbartNorth Korea’s state-run newspaper Rodong Sinmun published an editorial on Tuesday sneering that President Donald Trump’s nuclear button tweet was the “spasm of a lunatic” and the “bark of a rabid dog.”

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While President Trump and North Korea exchange tweets to each other on who is the big dog at the table, South Korea and North Korea have become “friends” with the best interest of the Korean people with the 2018 Winter Olympics.


North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, gave a New Years Day address, he included the following:

The entire United States is within range of our nuclear weapons. A nuclear button is always on my desk. This is reality, not a threat. This year, we should focus on mass-producing nuclear warheads and ballistic missiles for operational deployment. These weapons will be used only if our society is threatened.


The United States has become numb to North Korean threats and their saber rattling verbiage of Nuking the United States.

The North Korean ran news site, Rodong Sinmun, wrote that, “The spasm of Trump in the new year reflects the desperate mental state of a loser who failed to check the vigorous advance of the army and people of the DPRK. He is making a bluff only to be diagnosed as a psychopath.  Trump’s bluff is regarded by the DPRK as just a spasm of a lunatic frightened by the might of Juche Korea and a bark of a rabid dog. “

RWT covered the betrayal of South Korea and their arrogance of throwing the United States aside, South Korea has given the appearance that they do not need or desire the aid or protection of the United States, as they agreed to terms with North Korea.

The terms are to actively cooperate and enhance the prestige of the Korean people during the 2018 Winter Olympics.

“I think we took an important first step toward the development of South-North relations.  I believe that North Korea’s participation in the Pyeongchang Games will provide us with a chance to reduce tension on the Korean Peninsula.” ~ Chief South Korean delegate, Cho Myoung-gyon

So what is really going on between the United States and North Korea?

North Korea can make threats because they are well aware that there won’t be a military response. “Looking back,” Kim told the New York Times in 2009, “I think the North Koreans think they can say whatever they want because no matter what they do, the Americans will never attack them.”

Blunt truth is that this has become a “show” for the media and the rhetoric between the United States and North Korea is simply just that, school yard antics.

President Trump is doing exactly what he feels as well as being advised to do, mainly because the scenario involves a multi front of China, Russia, South Korea and money.

The United States has sent our military into nations over far less, we have dropped bombs and put boots on the ground over whispers of weapons of mass destruction.  In truth, it was over oil and had very little to do with a dictator and genocide.

It comes down to the financial commitment to wipe out the North Korean regime, which simply means there is no financial benefit of a Korean conflict.

It is safe to say we will see more rhetoric, more saber rattling and more war on twitter.  Until North Korea crosses a red line, more than cyber attacks, more than threats, I highly doubt we will see the United States military turn the Western Pacific into a theater once again.

Let me be clear, I am not saying North Korea is not a threat to the United States and our allies, I am not saying that war will not break out.  I am saying, until their becomes a benefit or kinetic energy threat, all we will see is more school yard antics.

I am not a military advisor, military intelligence or have any direct knowledge of the Pentagon’s strategic strike command.  This is my opinion based on research and life experience.  I also do not believe North Korea is worth the loss of life of a single U.S. soldier.

Chris “Badger” Thomas is a Veteran who served our country as an Army Combat Medic.



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