north korea u s words of war

August 10th, 2017

From the barbarianism of Islam discussed yesterday to the rogue regime of North Korea today. The world is becoming more unsettled and dangerous. Here’s why!

Therefore, just as through one man sin, entered the world, and death through sin, and death spread to all men because all sinned. See Romans 5:12.

Explanations for understanding.

And the LORD God said to the woman, “What have you done? The woman said, “The serpent deceived me, and I ate.” See Genesis 3:13.

Enter world conflicts individually, families, communities and reaching the global community at all levels from diseases, deadly weather patterns and their consequences. and now nuclear  warfare between nation states.

In its grip right now is North Korean dictator, Kim Joug-un, who viciously growled against the United Nations sanctions led by the United States. Considered to be the most nation crippling sanctions ever exercised against a nation. With both China and Russia concurring. Why? Maybe because the world body clearly understands that war on the Korean peninsula would erase millions of innocent lives from nuclear radiation alone. With madness having no gauge for rationality. Therefore, making China and Russia vulnerable to Pyongyang insanity.

All this has captured the attention of global media outlets because the Pyongyang regime had once again threatened the United States. Bringing this response from another character of questionable rationality, President Donald Trump. Who warned the Korean dictator not to threaten the United States again with a nuclear attack. Or, “Fire and fury would occur like the world has never seen.”

Such a statement sent a barometer of fear echoing through the minds of those who remembered, President Harry Truman’s warning to the Japanese government after nuking Hiroshima, 06 August 1945. “Declaring that that if the imperial government of Japan failed to agree to the terms of surrender that they may expect a rain of ruin from the air, like of which has never been seen on this earth.” On, 09 August 1945, the United Stated nuked Nagasaki ending World War Two.

Unfortunately brutality only respects brutality. So perhaps Trump was echoing Truman’s warning as a twenty first century American response to brutality.

Responding to Trump the Pyongyang government said, “We’re mulling a strike on the, ‘Air pirates of Guam.’” In Guam, the United States has a naval base. North Korea made it clear that they’d specifically attack American strategic bombers there.


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