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How Trump can help avoid war with North Korea

05 Agosto 2017

"Every minute and every second, the new reality that U.S. mainland is on the knife's edge of life and death is forcing U.S. administration to wave a white flag and fundamentally change her North Korea policy", read an editorial in Rodong Sinmun, the mouthpiece of the Kim regime.

It is unthinkable, unimaginable, inconceivable, that in the enlightened 21st century we could once again be facing the possibility of millions of people dying in a nuclear conflagration - the old, the young, the precious babies. The Union of Concerned Scientists claimed North Korea has the ability to hit many major American cities with their ICBMs.

The warning is repeated in the About Us section, where a disclaimer reads, "We present fiction as fact and our sources don't actually exist".

North Korean women participating in the sixth congress of the North's Democratic Women's Union of Korea offer flowers at the bronze statues of founder Kim Il-sung and his late son Kim Jong-il on Mansudae Hill in Pyongyang, in this photo released by the North's official Korean Central News Agency on Nov. 14, 2016. The story is fake. China should feel a responsibility to do more to stop Kim Jong-un from developing an intercontinental missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead that can reach as far as Hawaii and the west coast of the United States.

In November of 1950, China interceded in the Korean War and sent hundreds of thousands of troops across the Yalu River into Korea extending the war and the massive casualties to follow.

Apparently we have a defense system that we've been working on for years called the Ground-based Midcourse Defense system (GMD). A North Korean defector said a large way is smuggling.

I am disappointed that President Trump, after his meetings with President Moon, only seemed to discuss improving the trade deficit with no mention of solving the imminent danger that hangs over the Peninsula.

'Can we work through those differences in a way without it leading to open conflict and find the solutions that are necessary to serve us both?' he asked in a briefing to reporters.

The report also warned of wider consequences for the whole Korean Peninsula - with South Korea at threat of nuclear attack in the event of a coup.

It's a Mexican standoff, but we've been the first to blink.

Adding, "We'll always be vulnerable, and we just have to deal with that". President Donald Trump can use his new relationship with the Chinese leadership to make this happen.