Set Nukes In South Korea Or TAKE OUT Kim Jong-un: Trump’s National Security Council Weigh The Options For North Korea! [VIDEO]

Set Nukes In South Korea Or TAKE OUT Kim Jong-un: Trump’s National Security Council Weigh The Options For North Korea! [VIDEO]

President Trump is seriously weighing his options when it comes to North Korea. The National Security Council has allegedly presented President Donald Trump with options to respond to North Korea’s nuclear program — including putting American nukes in South Korea or killing dictator Kim Jong-un, multiple top-ranking intelligence and military officials told NBC News. Now that’s NBC News, so take it for what it’s worth. Having said that, it would not surprise me if that was true. We have a SEAL team that has been training to take out Kim Jong-un. Easier said than done with his doubles running around, heightened security and extreme paranoia in play.

However, I’m not sure that this is accurate as my sources tell me this is propaganda and a trial balloon. I guess we will see. If I were that troll in North Korea, I would either have a sincere and fast change of heart, or make out an in-depth will. Because I don’t think he’s long for this world unless something radically changes here. We are out of options. You can only threaten the big boys with nukes for so long before they take you seriously and then take you out.

A South Korean Marine trains with a personal anti-tank missile launcher on a beach in Pohang, as part of joint training maneuvers with U.S. Marines.

From the Daily Mail:

The White House National Security Council has drawn up North Korea options for President Trump that involve killing the country’s erratic dictator Kim Jong-un and reinserting U.S. nuclear weapons into South Korea.

The bold options were revealed by NBC News just as President Xi Jinpeng of China wrapped up a visit and meetings with Trump at Mar-a-Lago. Trump wants China to use its leverage to get North Korea to back off its threatening behavior.

One option the network reported was bringing back nuclear bombs and positioning them likely at Osan Air Base, just 50 miles from Seoul. It would be the first U.S. deployment of nuclear weapons overseas since the end of the Cold War.

‘We have 20 years of diplomacy and sanctions under our belt that has failed to stop the North Korean program,’ a senior intelligence official who took part told NBC.

Don’t get me wrong… I have no problem with Kim Jong-un meeting a very early death. I’m all for it, but nature abhors a vacuum and I wonder who would take his place. Anything would be better at this point and I believe Tillerson when he says we are done fooling around with North Korea. Nothing we have done has stopped the Hermit Kingdom. After 20 years, force may be the only card in the deck left to play.

North Korea fired off yet another ballistic missile last week and the State Department issued a terse statement: “North Korea launched yet another intermediate range ballistic missile. The United States has spoken enough about North Korea. We have no further comment,” said Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. Bonus, rumors are flying that North Korea is on the verge of another nuclear test as well. And we are no longer sure whether they can hit Hawaii or not with a ballistic missile. North Korea is far more likely to set off approximately three nukes above the US to take down our power grid, leaving us mostly defenseless. That would not affect parts of our military, but it would definitely be a deadly blow.

“Discussions of regime change and decapitation … tend to cause the Chinese great pause of concern and tends to have them move in the opposite direction we would like them to move in terms of pressure,” said former U.S. ambassador to South Korea Mark Lippert. I would really love to know what Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping discussed concerning North Korea during his visit. That would be enlightening. Trump indicated Monday that the U.S. would act alone if necessary. “China will either decide to help us with North Korea or they won’t,” Trump told the Financial Times. “If they do, that will be very good for China, and if they don’t, it won’t be good for anyone.” Tick tock… tick fricking tock.

Marines lead the way: South Korean Marines were taking part in exercise Foal Eagle with the U.S. Marine Corps this week in Phang, South Korea, showing some of their assault capability.

Practice: South Korean Marines and their U.S. counterparts trained in amphibious assault earlier this week as part of exercise Foal Eagle.

President Donald Trump has accepted the invitation from Chinese President Xi Jinping to pay a state visit to China this year. Trump has called on China to pressure North Korea.

Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

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