BREAKING: Top American General Calls For Full Blown BOMBING On This Country- HELL YEAH!

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President Donald Trump’s first choice for secretary of defense says the US may only have one option for dealing with North Korea — a large-scale military strike.

Retired four-star Gen. Jack Keane states the U.S. is absolutely correct to consider striking first with military action against Pyongyang. This comes right one the heels of another failed North Korean missile test and just before Gen. Keene is scheduled to meet with President Trump and the Chinese president.

Gen. Keene states –

We’re rapidly and dangerously heading towards the reality that the military option is the only one left when it comes to getting North Korea to denuclearize and not weaponized [intercontinental ballistic missiles].

Due to the potential toll on American lives, going to war is not the first choice of the Trump administration according to Gen. Keene.

Gen. Keene states –

But the Trump administration cannot accept a nuclear launch. We cannot rely on our missile-defense system to defeat it and expose the American people to a nuclear attack. Therefore if an ICBM attack was imminent the president would have to conduct a preemptive strike.

As North Korea’s nuclear and ballistic missile programs reach the stage where they need frequent and detectable testing, Trump and his top officials have repeatedly stressed military strikes as an option.

Keane’s statements indicate that he has lost faith in diplomacy as a tool.

Our last three presidents spanning over 20 years have failed to stop the North Korean nuclear program.”

His position is intended to send a strong message of American strength to Chinese leaders prior to tomorrow’s meeting at President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida.

Rather than showing America in a position of strength, Obama instead chose to “talk” about the military option, he instead never fully removed the military option.  Obama dubbed this “strategic patience.”

With the ramped up nuclear and missile testing, the Trump administration has been quick to denounce that policy as ineffective.  Gen. Keene believes that this puts the military option firmly on the table.

“North Korea ought to be at the top of the agenda in Mar-a-Lago,” said John Bolton, former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. “How much do you fear a nuclear weapon? That’s the question. We have to look at preemptive military action. If China doesn’t like that prospect maybe we can start bringing down the regime with other measures, like cutting off the supply of food and fuel to North Korea.”

New sanctions are being considered by the Trump administration but in the past assistance from the China has been necessary for those to be successfully implemented.  That help is not currently forthcoming.

J.J. Tkacik for the International Strategy and Assessment Center states –

The U.S. has tried to get the Chinese to cut off oil and food to the North Koreans for 23 years, only to be told that Beijing does not believe in cut-offs of anything. Center. The Chinese have acquiesced in several UN Security Council resolutions that involve some level of trade and economic sanctions, but there has never been any indication that they actually have implemented those sanctions.”

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Americans agree across the board that what North Korea’s behavior and the activities that the country is behaving in are dangerous and unprecedented.  During his reign, Kim Jong-Un has ordered more than twice the number of missile tests than his father, Kim Jong-Il, did during his 17-year rule.

According to a report from the non-partisan CSIS –

It has invested heavily in the development of increasingly longer range ballistic missiles, and the miniaturization of its nascent nuclear weapons stockpile. North Korea is reliant on these capabilities to hold U.S., allied forces and civilian areas at risk.”

Gen. Keane points out that Kim Jong Un’s rhetoric is especially dangerous due to the rhetoric that John-Un used.

Gen. Keane states –

“There’s not another world leader who says he intends to use nukes against the U.S. We have to take this threat very seriously.”

It is widely believed that President Trump’s blunt manner will be of great assistance when approaching China regarding their potential backing of American interests.

Thursday, we’re going to try the diplomatic option to reverse North Korea’s nuclear program. As for the military option, we’re moving there because Beijing, you’ve painted us into a corner. Let’s work together and denuclearize North Korea. I don’t know if they’re going to do that. But we’ll see.

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