Globalists are leading us into nuclear war with North Korea
by: J. D. Heyes
Thursday, April 04, 2013
In an interview with ABC News April 2, Gen. James Thurman, the top U.S. commander in South Korea, said the current tense situation on the peninsula is the worst it’s been since he assumed command of the 28,500 U.S. forces there two years ago.
Describing the state of affairs as “volatile” and “dangerous,” Thurman noted that while his “job is to prevent war,” his greatest fear is a “miscalculation” that causes “a kinetic provocation” — the military’s term for combat action.
The seasoned general’s warning follows a series of events that, to many, may seem like little more than the same cycles of bellicosity that have emanated out of Pyongyang for years following the ascension of a new leader (in this case Kim Jong Un, the third in a line of Kims dating back to his grandfather and founder of North Korea, Kim il Sung): He takes the reins of power and, to “prove” to his people that he is tough and resolute, he issues a series of provocative statements and declarations that few outside his country take very seriously, but which are designed to showcase his “resolve” and “leadership qualities” before his own people.
On the surface, things may appear to be the same as before, but as Gen. Thurman notes, they aren’t.