Intelligence Expert Warns Of ‘EMP Apocalypse’ Ahead If We Can’t Stop This ‘Serial Killer’: ‘Disarm The Monster While We Still Can’

Friday, August 25, 2017
By Paul Martin

by Dr. Peter Vincent Pry
August 25, 2017

President Donald Trump and Secretary of Defense James Mattis deserve high praise for stern warnings to North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, who threatened to launch missiles at Guam and surround that U.S. territory with “a ring of fire.”

President Trump warned North Korea “faces retaliation with fire and fury unlike any the world has seen before.” Secretary Mattis declared missile strikes would result in the North’s destruction.

Hostile reporters condemned President Trump’s “reckless” language. But now credit Trump’s strong words — along with threatened sanctions against China for intellectual theft, that allegedly moved Beijing to pressure Pyongyang — with making Kim Jong-Un “blink” and retreat from the nuclear brink.

Unfortunately, this narrative misinterprets what really happened.

North Korea’s dictator probably never intended to attack Guam. Kim Jong Un’s rhetorical nuclear brinksmanship was intended to high-pressure the U.S. and its allies into surrendering to the fact of a nuclear-armed North Korea.

The technique is called “de-escalation.” Kim escalated the nuclear crisis over Guam, so he could retreat (promising he might strike some other day) to give the U.S. an excuse to return to the failed path of diplomacy — while Kim deploys more ICBMs.

Under the psychological pressure of North Korea’s nuclear threats — our side cracked.

While President Trump didn’t blink the Democratic Party, many Republicans, and South Korea did.

Susan Rice blinked. President Obama’s former national security advisor, Rice wrote in The New York Times, on Aug. 10, “History shows that we can, if we must, tolerate nuclear weapons in North Korea — the same way we tolerated the far greater threat of thousands of Soviet nuclear weapons during the Cold War.”

Obama’s former Director of National Intelligence, General Clapper, “blinked.” Clapper told CNN’s Anderson Cooper, because Pyongyang’s ICBMs can hit the U.S., we must learn to live with a nuclear North Korea.

Many Republicans blinked saying there is no practical military option for disarming Kim Jong-Un. So we must learn to live with a nuclear North Korea.

South Korea “blinked.” President Moon Jae-in, according to an Aug. 14 headline in The New York Times headline “South Korea’s Leader Bluntly Warns U.S. Against Striking North.” On national television, President Moon declared, “No one should be allowed to decide on a military action on the Korean Peninsula without South Korean agreement.” Moon promised he would, “Say no to the Americans.”

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