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Trump Delivers "FIRE and FURY" Statement on North Korea

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"If you don't stand for something you will fall for anything"

 

Nice line from a song. 

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On 8/9/2017 at 6:16 AM, ladyGrace'sDaddy said:

So has anyone stopped to consider how the heck is this little Potbelly pipsqueak even get nuclear weapons and nuclear missiles?

 

anybody else want to know who the man behind the curtain really is?

 

honestly, in my opinion take out the man behind the curtain and we solve the problem.

Yes it was slick willie and GW's policies.....

Our technology given up freely. 

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2 hours ago, bigwave said:

Yes it was slick willie and GW's policies.....

Our technology given up freely. 

NOT Freely ...

Donations had to be first !!!

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8 hours ago, Shabibilicious said:

 

A truer statement has never been made......Playing chicken with the lives of 20 million civilian Seoul souls living 40 miles from the DMZ is not cool.  As always, just my opinion.

 

GO RV, then BV

 

I do not view it as playing chicken, but for sake of brevity so be it.  But tell me how did that appeasement policy of Clintons, through his emissary Jimmy Carter, work out?  Were you in favor of that?  Then there was Obummer red line :lmao: saying he would never accept a nuclear North Korea but did nothing.  Is that the kind of effective policy you support?   Two Nobel Peace Prize winners who did nothing while the little madman used the reactors and money we supplied to build nuclear weapons.  So when Obummer said nuclear NK is unacceptable that was not a problem because you knew he would do nothing, but Trump scares you because he will do something?  Well, something needs to be done.  I know it is a waste of time to ask, but what would you do?  Better yet, what policies would be effective and acceptable to you?

 

 

You can thank Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton for North Korea’s nukes

 

North Korea’s boast that it just detonated its first hydrogen bomb met instant doubts from the White House and arms experts. If they’re right, Pyongyang “only” has plain-old atomic bombs. What a . . . relief?

But, as one Chinese expert told The Wall Street Journal, the H-bomb claim still shows that tyrant Kim Jong-un is “marching in that direction.”

For all this, thank Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton. North Korea couldn’t have done it without their gullibility.

Back in 1994, President Clinton prepared to confront North Korea over CIA reports it had built nuclear warheads and its subsequent threats to engulf Japan and South Korea in “a sea of fire.”

Enter self-appointed peacemaker Carter: The ex-prez scurried off to Pyongyang and negotiated a sellout deal that gave North Korea two new reactors and $5 billion in aid in return for a promise to quit seeking nukes.

Clinton embraced this appeasement as achieving “an end to the threat of nuclear proliferation on the Korean Peninsula” — with compliance verified by international inspectors. Carter wound up winning the Nobel Peace Prize for his dubious efforts.

But in 2002, the North Koreans ’fessed up: They’d begun violating the accord on Day One. Four years later, Pyongyang detonated its first nuke.

Now, the Obama administration (long content to kick the North Korea can down the road) says it will never “accept” a nuclear North Korea. Funny: The president said the same thing about Iran, then cut a deal that guarantees the ayatollahs go atomic.

Yet North Korea is more of a wild card, a concentration camp of a nation run by a tiny, ruthless elite. If it ever lives up to its boasts and unleashes that “sea of fire,” will Carter, Clinton and Obama shed public tears for Pyongyang’s victims?

http://nypost.com/2016/01/06/you-can-thank-jimmy-carter-and-bill-clinton-for-north-koreas-nukes/

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15 hours ago, RV ME said:

 

I do not view it as playing chicken, but for sake of brevity so be it.  But tell me how did that appeasement policy of Clintons, through his emissary Jimmy Carter, work out?  Were you in favor of that?  Then there was Obummer red line :lmao: saying he would never accept a nuclear North Korea but did nothing.  Is that the kind of effective policy you support system" rel="">support?   Two Nobel Peace Prize winners who did nothing while the little madman used the reactors and money we supplied to build nuclear weapons.  So when Obummer said nuclear NK is unacceptable that was not a problem because you knew he would do nothing, but Trump scares you because he will do something?  Well, something needs to be done.  I know it is a waste of time to ask, but what would you do?  Better yet, what policies would be effective and acceptable to you?

 

 

 

 

 

You can thank Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton for North Korea’s nukes

 

 

 

North Korea’s boast that it just detonated its first hydrogen bomb met instant doubts from the White House and arms experts. If they’re right, Pyongyang “only” has plain-old atomic bombs. What a . . . relief?

 

But, as one Chinese expert told The Wall Street Journal, the H-bomb claim still shows that tyrant Kim Jong-un is “marching in that direction.”

 

For all this, thank Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton. North Korea couldn’t have done it without their gullibility.

 

Back in 1994, President Clinton prepared to confront North Korea over CIA reports it had built nuclear warheads and its subsequent threats to engulf Japan and South Korea in “a sea of fire.”

 

Enter self-appointed peacemaker Carter: The ex-prez scurried off to Pyongyang and negotiated a sellout deal that gave North Korea two new reactors and $5 billion in aid in return for a promise to quit seeking nukes.

 

Clinton embraced this appeasement as achieving “an end to the threat of nuclear proliferation on the Korean Peninsula” — with compliance verified by international inspectors. Carter wound up winning the Nobel Peace Prize for his dubious efforts.

 

But in 2002, the North Koreans ’fessed up: They’d begun violating the accord on Day One. Four years later, Pyongyang detonated its first nuke.

 

Now, the Obama administration (long content to kick the North Korea can down the road) says it will never “accept” a nuclear North Korea. Funny: The president said the same thing about Iran, then cut a deal that guarantees the ayatollahs go atomic.

 

Yet North Korea is more of a wild card, a concentration camp of a nation run by a tiny, ruthless elite. If it ever lives up to its boasts and unleashes that “sea of fire,” will Carter, Clinton and Obama shed public tears for Pyongyang’s victims?

 

http://nypost.com/2016/01/06/you-can-thank-jimmy-carter-and-bill-clinton-for-north-koreas-nukes/

 

 

How is it you can just flippantly skip over Dubya's presidency like it didn't exist?  Anyways, I don't have the answers to the NK situation.  I simply see it as ending one of two ways....War and the quick death of millions, or loud bombastic words from two power hungry, ego driven, nut jobs that ends with NK backing down (arsenal intact) and Trump patting himself on the back for being "the Man", even though every president since the 50's has done the same thing without the need for gratification from the masses, that is.  As long as Trump listens to his military advisers, we're all safer.  As a person, he is no more qualified to handle NK than you or me.  He's a business man, hopefully not a war monger, though I know that's always been the easiest way for Republicans to make money.  As always, just my opinion Breitbart readers.  

 

GO RV, then BV 

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Shabs, I found your Girl! Turning over a new cigar, I mean leaf, Ought to make your day!!

 

 

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18 minutes ago, rw.sutton said:

Shabs, I found your Girl! Turning over a new cigar, I mean leaf, Ought to make your day!!

 

Trump Prophecies.  :lol:  :facepalm:

 

GO RV, then BV

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In 1999, Trump wanted to 'negotiate like crazy' to stop North Korea

 
Michael Walsh
Reporter
Yahoo NewsAugust 9, 2017

Back in 1999, Donald Trump said if he were president he would negotiate with North Korea but would ultimately be willing to launch a preemptive strike against the country to stop it from developing nuclear weapons.

“First I’d negotiate,” Trump told the late journalist Tim Russert on “Meet the Press.”

“I’d negotiate like crazy and I’d make sure that we tried to get the best deal possible,” he continued.

The celebrity real estate magnate made the comments after announcing plans to form an exploratory committee to run for president in 2000 under the Reform Party banner. He didn’t ultimately campaign for the third party’s nomination.

In the 1999 interview, Trump suggested that by 2004, North Korea would likely have nuclear weapons pointed all over the world but especially at the U.S. He said nuclear proliferation is a bigger problem than other issues that typically get our attention, like the economy or Social Security.

“The biggest problem this country has is nuclear proliferation. And we have a country out there, North Korea, which is sort of whacko, which is not a bunch of dummies, and they are going out and they are developing nuclear weapons. And they’re not doing it because they’re having fun doing it. They’re doing it for a reason.”

Trump said he’d be open to a nuclear first strike if negotiations were to fall through and that the problem ought to be solved before North Korea has “warheads all over the place.”

Trump’s comments about North Korea, and tensions with Pyongyang, have escalated sharply since that old interview. The country’s Stalinist regime has changed heads, and current Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un has startled the world with tests of nuclear and ICBM programs.

In January 2016, during the Republican presidential primary, Trump said Kim deserves some credit for running his country despite being “like a maniac.”

“If you look at North Korea, this guy, I mean, he’s like a maniac, OK? And you’ve got to give him credit. How many young guys — he was like 26 or 25 when his father died — take over these tough generals?” Trump said.

According to Trump, the manner in which Kim pushed aside generals and even “wiped out” his own uncle prove that his threats of violence should not be taken lightly.

“It’s incredible. He wiped out the uncle. He wiped out this one, that one,” he said. “I mean, this guy doesn’t play games. And we can’t play games with him. Because he really does have missiles. And he really does have nukes.”

This week, reports indicated that North Korea may have developed its military goal: a miniaturized nuclear warhead that could be attached to intercontinental ballistic missiles.

 

Trump delivered a severe warning in response Tuesday. Speaking at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J., Trump said the totalitarian state would face “fire and fury” if it continued to threaten the U.S.

“North Korea [had] best not make any more threats to the United States,” Trump said. “They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen.”

This statement prompted North Korea to say that it has been weighing the possibility of firing missiles at Guam, a U.S. territory in the western Pacific Ocean.

On Wednesday morning, Trump boasted that his first order of business as president was to modernize and renovate the United States’ nuclear capabilities. He tweeted that the American nuclear arsenal is “far stronger and more powerful” under his administration than it had ever been before, but he hopes “we will never have to use” it.

This is not the first time a sitting U.S. president made stern warnings to North Korea amid concerns that it was trying to develop nuclear weapons.

During a July 1993 visit to the Korean Demilitarized Zone, commonly called the DMZ, then-President Bill Clinton implied that North Korea would be annihilated if it was to use nuclear weapons.

“It is pointless for them to try to develop nuclear weapons because if they ever use them it would be the end of their country,” Clinton said.

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Yes he thought negotiation was the proper method. He is after all The Master of The Deal... I'm sure he thought then and still believes it can be dealt with. Even the most staunch Trump supporter has to agree anyone who want nuclear war is insane. I know Trump doesn't want to nuke anyone, but threats are just that threats. We are not going to nuke NK... That little jerk is looking for attention and we are giving it to him... That's all he wants. To get into a back and forth of threats is bad policy. Donald knew it then and he knows it now. He just needs to take attention off his problems in Washington...

 

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US president continues to escalate threats at North Korea over Twitter during ‘working vacation’ but no troops have been put on higher alert or redeployed

 

 

Julian Borger in Washington

Friday 11 August 2017 14.00 BST

 

 

 

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Donald Trump’s remarks come after he promised to unleash ‘fire and fury’ on North Korea if it continued to threaten the US.
Photograph: Ahn Young-joon/AP

 

 

 

 

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/aug/11/donald-trump-north-korea-tweet-military-locked-loaded

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The US president refuses to dial down the war of words with Pyongyang despite his state department being in no fit state to deal with the crisis

 

 

Julian Borger in Washington

Saturday 12 August 2017 14.37 BST

 

 

 

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/aug/12/donald-trump-rhetoric-on-north-korea-echoes-loudly-in-void-of-us-diplomacy

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Chinese president speaks with Trump and urges calm over North Korea

 

Xi Jinping says all sides should avoid rhetoric

 

Trump’s ‘locked and loaded’ tweet earns rebuke from Angela Merkel

 

Julian Borger in Washington

Saturday 12 August 2017 06.35 BST

 

 

Vid in link

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/aug/11/donald-trump-north-korea-tweet-military-locked-loaded

 

 

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THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF OUR MILITARY ELITE WHO HAVE BEEN DISMISSED OR FIRED UNDER USURPER BARACK OBAMA DURING HIS REIGN OF TREASON

General Vallely’s comment:  Coincidence? Every communist regime on the planet did this as soon as they gained power. I am doing my part by sending this email.  I hope you will do the same.

Sleep well last night?

Very, very dangerous! I knew they are after the military but I didn’t realize it was in these proportions. We are in deep trouble.

The following is a list of our military elite who have been dismissed or fired under Obama.

Commanding Generals fired:

General John R. Allen-U.S. Marines Commander International Security Assistance Force [ISAF] (Nov 2012)

Major General Ralph Baker (2 Star)-U.S. Army Commander of the Combined Joint Task Force Horn in Africa (April 2013)

Major General Michael Carey (2 Star)-U.S. Air Force Commander of the 20th US Air Force in charge of 9,600 people and 450 Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (Oct 2013)

Colonel James Christmas-U.S. Marines Commander 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit & Commander Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force Crisis Response Unit (July 2013)

Major General Peter Fuller-U.S. Army Commander in Afghanistan (May 2011)

Major General Charles M.M. Gurganus-U.S. Marine Corps Regional Commander of SW and I Marine Expeditionary Force in Afghanistan (Oct 2013)

General Carter F. Ham-U.S. Army African Command (Oct 2013)

Lieutenant General David H. Huntoon (3 Star), Jr.-U.S. Army 58th Superintendent of the US Military Academy at West Point, NY (2013)

Command Sergeant Major Don B Jordan-U.S. Army 143rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command (suspended Oct 2013)

General James Mattis-U.S. Marines Chief of CentCom (May 2013)

Colonel Daren Margolin-U.S. Marine in charge of Quantico ‘s Security Battalion (Oct 2013)

General Stanley McChrystal-U.S. Army Commander Afghanistan (June 2010)

General David D. McKiernan-U.S. Army Commander Afghanistan (2009)

General David Petraeus-Director of CIA from September 2011 to November 2012 & U.S. Army Commander International Security Assistance Force [ISAF] and Commander U.S. Forces Afghanistan [USFOR-A] (Nov 2012)

Brigadier General Bryan Roberts-U.S. Army Commander 2nd Brigade (May 2013)

Major General Gregg A. Sturdevant-U.S. Marine Corps Director of Strategic Planning and Policy for the U.S. Pacific Command & Commander of Aviation Wing at Camp Bastion, Afghanistan (Sept 2013)

Colonel Eric Tilley-U.S. Army Commander of Garrison Japan (Nov 2013)

Brigadier General Bryan Wampler-U.S. Army Commanding General of 143rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command of the 1st Theater Sustainment Command [TSC] (suspended Oct 2013)

Commanding Admirals fired:

Rear Admiral Charles Gaouette-U.S. Navy Commander John C. Stennis Carrier Strike Group Three (Oct 2012)

Vice Admiral Tim Giardina (3 Star, demoted to 2 Star)-U.S. Navy Deputy Commander of the US Strategic Command, Commander of the Submarine Group Trident, Submarine Group 9 and Submarine Group 10 (Oct 2013)

Naval Officers fired: (All in 2011)

Captain David Geisler-U.S. Navy Commander Task Force 53 in Bahrain (Oct 2011)

Commander Laredo Bell-U.S. Navy Commander Naval support Activity Saratoga Springs, NY (Aug 2011)

Lieutenant Commander Kurt Boenisch-Executive Officer amphibious transport dock Ponce (Apr 2011)

Commander Nathan Borchers-U.S. Navy Commander destroyer Stout (Mar 2011)

Commander Robert Brown-U.S. Navy Commander Beachmaster Unit 2 Fort Story, VA (Aug 2011)

Commander Andrew Crowe-Executive Officer Navy Region Center Singapore (Apr 2011)

Captain Robert Gamberg-Executive Officer carrier Dwight D. Eisenhower (June 2011)

Captain Rex Guinn-U.S. Navy Commander Navy Legal Service office Japan (Feb 2011)

Commander Kevin H Arms- U.S. Navy Commander Strike Fighter Squadron 137 aboard the aircraft carrier Abraham Lincoln (Mar 2011)

Lieutenant Commander Martin Holguin-U.S. Navy Commander mine countermeasures Fearless (Oct 2011)

Captain Owen Honors-U.S. Navy Commander aircraft carrier USS Enterprise (Jan 2011)

Captain Donald Hornbeck-U.S. Navy Commander Destroyer Squadron 1 San Diego (Apr 2011)

Rear Admiral Ron Horton-U.S. Navy Commander Logistics Group, Western Pacific (Mar 2011)

Commander Etta Jones-U.S. Navy Commander amphibious transport dock Ponce (Apr 2011)

Commander Ralph Jones-Executive Officer amphibious transport dock Green Bay (Jul 2011)

Commander Jonathan Jackson-U.S. Navy Commander Electronic Attack Squadron 134, deployed aboard carrier Carl Vinson (Dec 2011)

Captain Eric Merrill-U.S. Navy Commander submarine Emory S. Land (Jul 2011)

Captain William Mosk-U.S. Navy Commander Naval Station Rota, U.S. Navy Commander Naval Activities Spain (Apr 2011)

Commander Timothy Murphy-U.S. Navy Commander Electronic Attack Squadron 129 at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, WA (Apr 2011)

Commander Joseph Nosse-U.S. Navy Commander ballistic-missile submarine Kentucky (Oct 2011)

Commander Mark Olson-U.S. Navy Commander destroyer The Sullivans FL (Sep 2011)

Commander John Pethel-Executive Officer amphibious transport dock New York (Dec 2011)

Commander Karl Pugh-U.S. Navy Commander Electronic Attack Squadron 141 Whidbey Island, WA (Jul 2011)

Commander Jason Strength-U.S. Navy Commander of Navy Recruiting District Nashville, TN (Jul 2011)

Captain Greg Thomas-U.S. Navy Commander Norfolk Naval Shipyard (May 2011)

Commander Mike Varney-U.S. Navy Commander attack submarine Connecticut (Jun 2011)

Commander Jay Wylie-U.S. Navy Commander destroyer Momsen (Apr 2011)

Naval Officers fired: (All in 2012)

Commander Alan C. Aber-Executive Officer Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron 71 (July 2012)

Commander Derick Armstrong- U.S. Navy Commander missile destroyer USS The Sullivans (May 2012)

Commander Martin Arriola- U.S. Navy Commander destroyer USS Porter (Aug 2012)

Captain Antonio Cardoso- U.S. Navy Commander Training support Center San Diego (Sep 2012)

Captain James CoBell- U.S. Navy Commander Oceana Naval Air Station’s Fleet Readiness Center Mid-Atlantic (Sep 2012)

Captain Joseph E. Darlak- U.S. Navy Commander frigate USS Vandegrift (Nov 2012)

Captain Daniel Dusek – U.S. Navy Commander USS Bonhomme

Commander David Faught -Executive Officer destroyer Chung-Hoon (Sep 2012)

Commander Franklin Fernandez- U.S. Navy Commander Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 24 (Aug 2012)

Commander Ray Hartman- U.S. Navy Commander Amphibious dock-landing ship Fort McHenry (Nov 2012)

Commander Shelly Hakspiel-Executive Officer Navy Drug Screening Lab San Diego (May 2012)

Commander Jon Haydel- U.S. Navy Commander USS San Diego (Mar 2012)

Commander Diego Hernandez- U.S. Navy Commander ballistic-missile submarine USS Wyoming (Feb 2012)

Commander Lee Hoey- U.S. Navy Commander Drug Screening Laboratory, San Diego (May 2012)

Commander Ivan Jimenez-Executive Officer frigate Vandegrift (Nov 2012)

Commander Dennis Klein- U.S. Navy Commander submarine USS Columbia (May 2012)

Captain Chuck Litchfield- U.S. Navy Commander assault ship USS Essex (June 2012)

Captain Marcia Kim Lyons- U.S. Navy Commander Naval Health Clinic New England (Apr 2012)

Captain Robert Marin- U.S. Navy Commander cruiser USS Cowpens (Feb 2012)

Captain Sean McDonell- U.S. Navy Commander Seabee reserve unit Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 14 FL (Nov 2012)

Commander Corrine Parker- U.S. Navy Commander Fleet Logistics support Squadron 1 (Apr 2012)
Captain Liza Raimondo- U.S. Navy Commander Naval Health Clinic Patuxent River, MD (Jun 2012)

Captain Jeffrey Riedel- Program manager, Littoral Combat Ship program (Jan 2012)

Commander Sara Santoski- U.S. Navy Commander Helicopter Mine Countermeasures Squadron 15 (Sep 2012)

Commander Kyle G. Strudthoff-Executive Officer Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron 25 (Sep 2012)

Commander Sheryl Tannahill- U.S. Navy Commander Navy Operational support Center [NOSC] Nashville, TN (Sep 2012)

Commander Michael Ward- U.S. Navy Commander submarine USS Pittsburgh (Aug 2012)

Captain Michael Wiegand- U.S. Navy Commander Southwest Regional Maintenance Center (Nov 2012)

Captain Ted Williams- U.S. Navy Commander amphibious command ship Mount Whitney (Nov 2012)

Commander Jeffrey Wissel- U.S. Navy Commander of Fleet Air Reconnaissance Squadron 1 (Feb 2012)

Naval Officers fired: (All in 2013)

Lieutenant Commander Lauren Allen-Executive Officer submarine Jacksonville (Feb 2013)

Reserve Captain Jay Bowman-U.S. Navy Commander Navy Operational support Center [NOSC] Fort Dix, NJ (Mar 2013)

Captain William Cogar-U.S. Navy Commander hospital ship Mercy’s medical treatment facility (Sept 2013)

Commander Steve Fuller-Executive Officer frigate Kauffman (Mar 2013)

Captain Shawn Hendricks-Program Manager for naval enterprise IT networks (June 2013)

Captain David Hunter-U.S. Navy Commander of Maritime Expeditionary Security Squadron 12 & Coastal Riverine Group 2 (Feb 2013)

Captain Eric Johnson -U.S. Navy Chief of Military Entrance Processing Command at Great Lakes Naval Training Center, IL (2013)

Captain Devon Jones-U.S. Navy Commander Naval Air Facility El Centro, CA (July 2013)

Captain Kevin Knoop-U.S. Navy Commander hospital ship Comfort’s medical treatment facility (Aug 2013)

Lieutenant Commander Jack O’Neill-U.S. Navy Commander Operational support Center Rock Island, IL (Mar 2013)

Commander Allen Maestas-Executive Officer Beachmaster Unit 1 (May 2013)

Commander Luis Molina-U.S. Navy Commander submarine Pasadena (Jan 2013)

Commander James Pickens-Executive Officer frigate Gary (Feb 2013)

Lieutenant Commander Mark Rice-U.S. Navy Commander Mine Countermeasures ship Guardian (Apr 2013)

Commander Michael Runkle-U.S. Navy Commander of Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit 2 (May 2013)

Commander Jason Stapleton-Executive Office Patrol Squadron 4 in Hawaii (Mar 2013)

Commander Nathan Sukols-U.S. Navy Commander submarine Jacksonville (Feb 2013)

Lieutenant Daniel Tyler-Executive Officer Mine Countermeasures ship Guardian (Apr 2013)

Commander Edward White-U.S. Navy Commander Strike Fighter Squadron 106 (Aug 2013)

Captain Jeffrey Winter-U.S. Navy Commander of Carrier Air Wing 17 (Sept 2013)

Commander Thomas Winter-U.S. Navy Commander submarine Montpelier (Jan 2013)

Commander Corey Wofford- U.S. Navy Commander frigate Kauffman (Feb 2013)

Since Barack Obama has been in the White House, high ranking military officers have been removed from their positions at a rate that is absolutely unprecedented. Things have gotten so bad that a number of retired generals are publicly speaking out about the ‘purge’ of the U.S. military that they believe is taking place. 

As you will see below, dozens of highly decorated military leaders have been dismissed from their positions over the past few years. So why is this happening? 

What is going on right now is absolutely crazy, especially during a time of peace. Is there a deliberate attempt to reshape the military and remove those who don’t adhere to the proper ‘viewpoints’? Does someone out there feel a need to get officers that won’t cooperate out of the way? 

Throughout world history, whatever comes next after a military purge is never good. 
If this continues, what is the U.S. military going to look like in a few years?

Perhaps you are reading this and you think that ‘purge’ is too strong a word for what is taking place. Well, just consider the following quotes from some very highly decorated retired officers:

Retired Army Major General Paul Vallely: The White House protects their own. That’s why they stalled on the investigation into fast and furious, Benghazi and Obamacare.  Obama’s intentionally weakening and gutting our military, Pentagon and reducing us as a superpower, and anyone in the ranks who disagrees or speaks out is being purged.

Retired Army Major General Patrick Brady: There is no doubt he (Obama) is intent on emasculating the military and will fire anyone who disagrees with him.

Retired Army Lt. General William G. Jerry BoykinOver the past three years, it is unprecedented for the number of four-star generals to be relieved of duty, and not necessarily relieved for cause.

– Retired Navy Captain Joseph John: I believe there are more than 137 officers who have been forced out or given bad evaluation reports so they will never make Flag (officer) because of their failure to comply to certain views. 

A Pentagon official who asked to remain nameless because they were not authorized to speak on the matter said even young officers, down through the ranks, have been told not to talk about Obama or the politics of the White House.  They are purging everyone and, if you want to keep your job, just keep your mouth shut. Now, this trend appears to be accelerating.

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We Don’t Worry About North Korea: There’s one POWERFUL reason!

By Chad Prather  August 14, 2017
 
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Because we have Chuck Norris! Since 2005 the internet has been steadily filling up with his list of astounding accomplishments.

 

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There’s nothing Chuck Norris can’t do. He…can hear sign language, regularly makes onions cry, can build a snowman out of rain, and uses hot sauce as eye drops. Chuck Norris has a diary. It’s called the Guinness Book of World Records. They say whenever Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone he already had three missed calls from Chuck Norris.

 

You may be surprised to learn that Chuck has a challenger that just might show him up. According to DailyWire, “the North Korean regime has their very own “fact” book, detailing the absolute greatness of “Dear Leaders” come and gone. Finally, it appears the man who killed two stones with one bird has a verifiable rival in the dictators of North Korea!”

 

Here are the “facts” they compiled:

 

ROUND 1

 

According to Ranker, North Koreans believe Kim Jong-un was able to drive at three years old. Children are taught this in school, where Kim’s prodigious childhood is a part of the curriculum.

 

Here in the U.S. on the other hand, it’s well known that Chuck Norris drove his mother home from the hospital following his own birth.

 

POINTS: North Korea: 0 – Chuck Norris: 1

 

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ROUND 2

 

Dear Leader Kim Jong Il made 11 holes-in-one during the first round of golf he ever played. According to The Telegraph, he then immediately retired from the sport. Kim also claims to have once bowled a perfect score of 300, an impressive feat for an amateur bowler.

 

The games Chuck Norris plays are significantly more intense. For example, he once played Russian Roulette with a fully-loaded revolver … and won.

As for bowling? Chuck also bowled a perfect game, but with a marble.

 

POINTS: North Korea: 0 – Chuck Norris: 2

 

ROUND 3

 

The Citizen reports that, according to his official biography, Kim Jong Il was born on a mountain top under a brilliant double rainbow.

 

What the publication leaves out is that Chuck Norris was riding a unicorn over the same double rainbow at the time of Kim’s birth.

 

POINTS: North Korea: 0 – Chuck Norris: 3

 

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ROUND 4

 

Kim Jong Il created the hamburger, according to North Korean publication Minju Joson. I’d like to give major kudos to the former dictator for introducing such a great food item to the world.

 

More impressively though, Chuck Norris once picked an orange from an apple tree and and made the best tasting lemonade of all time.

 

POINTS: North Korea: 0 – Chuck Norris: 4

 

ROUND 5

 

According to MSN, the North Korean people don’t believe that Kim Jong Il ever pooped. His body was so highly efficient and perfect (little pot belly and all) that nothing he consumed was ever wasted.

 

It’s never been claimed that Chuck Norris doesn’t defecate (as far as I know), but what I can tell you, is that he never flushes the toilet … He just scares the s**t out of it.

 

POINTS: North Korea: 0 – Chuck Norris: 5

 

Chuck Norris once again comes out on top by unanimous decision! We may be on the brink of nuclear winter (although I think it unlikely), but if worst comes to worst, perhaps we can rely on the national treasure, that is Chuck Norris, to protect us from the worldwide forces of evil. He is, after all, the only man alive who can kick you in the back of the face.

 

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https://politicalcowboy.com/dont-worry-north-korea-theres-one-powerful-reason/

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He is the only person who can slam a revolving door. 

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