The Art of the Deal-Trump Isolates Russia While Aligning with China

Thursday, April 13, 2017
By Paul Martin

By Dave Hodges
April 13th, 2017

Recent eventss involving China, North Korea and the United States, reminded me of the Korean War in which in late November 1950 that the Korean War appeared to be over. U.S., Republic of Korea (ROK), and various U.N. units had advanced deep into North Korea in an attempt to destroy any remaining North Korean People’s Army (NKPA) units and reunite Korea under one government. Some units had even reached the Yalu River, which separated Korea from Communist China.

But just as U.N. forces launched what was hoped to be the final offensive, hundreds of thousands of Communist Chinese soldiers attacked American forces in North Korea, overwhelming the U.S. troops and completely changing the nature of the war. Fighting in extreme cold and over rugged terrain, the Americans and their allies were forced to retreat south down the Korean peninsula, suffering heavy casualties along the way.

When I learned that China had moved 150,000 combat troops to the North Korean border, I had flashbacks related to the Korean war. However, that was not to be the case.

Chinese Military Action Looms Large

China has boldly ordered its army to be on a state of nationwide alert and, as stated, has deployed 150,000 troops to the North Korean border justas the U.S. armada is on its way to Korea to ostensibly shut down Pyongyang’s nuclear program and to conduct a regime change.

According to China’s state-controlled newspaper, Global Times, is reporting said that 150,000 troops including medical teams had amassed at the border over mounting concerns that North Korea will use a national commemoration on the weekend to conduct a sixth nuclear test, or even strike out against South Korea, Japan and the United States. Actually, it is this Saturday that marks the 105th anniversary of the birth of Kim Il-sung, North Korea’s founding father and grandfather of the current ruler.

The Chinese Declare Their Military Intentions

The Chinese have already issued threats towardsthe regime of North Korea and amazingly, China is now aligned militarily against North Korea. Who would ever have thought that was possible?

A possible Chinese military action againstNorth Korea would be welcomed by President Trump, who wants China’s help to crack down on North Korea’s nuclear program.

However, Trump is not taking any chances as on Wednesday he made his final call to China, saying that the U.S. was prepared to tackle the crisis surrounding North Korea without China if necessary.

Russia, Syria and Iran Are Isolated

It is quite clear that China seems to be showing a significant shift in its policies as China surprisingly abstained rather than joining Russia in vetoing a U.N. Security Council resolution condemning the reported use of chemical weapons in a town in Syria, in which is was quite clearthat Russiais correct, was a false flag event.

U.S. President Donald Trump had launched a retaliatory missile strike on Syria’s Al Shayrat airbase last week, issuing a warning to Syria that the U.S. was prepared to take military action against countries which break international agreements. The move was interpreted by many as a warning to North Korea as well.

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