Trump Threatens to ‘Decimate’ North Korea as US Did in “Iraq, Libya and Syria”.

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A little reported fact at the time, of an outburst by President Trump, last Thursday in the presence of the NATO’s Secretary General who looked and listened to the tirade of mixed subjects with what appeared to be bemusement.

Before going further the White House official video where the remarks were made have to be seen to appreciate, even empathize with the inevitable incredulity and to understand the probable reaction of the North Koreans.

Video at about 9 minutes

Incredibly to partially paraphrase President Trumps words, as you can see from the video, Trump strongly intimated that he would “decimate North Korea like Libya if they don’t accept a deal” adding that Libya though different, was similar and if the North Koreans did not agree with the US terms, Trump would “decimate” that country as was Iraq and Syria. Trump seems to like that word; maybe it’s a new one for him!

This rather shocking outburst indicates perfectly the insanity that prevails in the corridors of power in Washington. And reminds us of the importance in a way of the lead up to the unprovoked Libyan attack by NATO whose only true aim was regime change.

This policy of ‘regime change’ is more articulately described as a predisposition to resurrect a 21st century version of what is imperialistic colonialism by America along with centuries old practitioners of imperialism like Britain and France, is astonishing to most thinking people in this day and age.

Optimistically it is hoped, in the end, this foreign policy insanity will eventually fail. Israel and Turkey are also exhibiting just such Imperialist designs on the MENA region countries as well.

But Social Media in all its forms and a handful of journalists and organizations like THE RON PAUL INSTITUTE and others with integrity have made people much more well informed than ever before to accept master-servant relationships in the world, essentially colonial thinking, to succeed.

In a multi-polar world there is no place for Imperialism. Full stop.

The US’s entire foreign policy seems to an on looker only to consist of the obsessional unconditional support for Israel.

Where is the threat of Imperialism for Libya for example – well imperialism is the precursor to regime change – so the danger for Libyan leaders would be the continuance to accept support from Wahhabi Saudi Arabia, as it is a vassal, a puppet of the US.

The overriding reason for highlighting this being Saudi’s seemingly unholy alliance, brokered by Kushner, with Israeli Military & Israeli Intelligence, who to a man appear to be Zionists, if their recent behavior is anything to go by. In actuality therefore ultimately this would mean that it can be deduced from this that the US, through its surrogates, has Imperialistic designs on Libya, one of many countries no doubt, but as far as MENA countries, in tandem with Israel.

Let’s make one thing clear. Islam isn’t Wahhabism and Judaism isn’t Zionism. AIPAC do not understand this at all.

Given the evolving seriously dangerous situation in Jerusalem and Gaza, and the accompanying major shift in World opinion against Israel, which is daily gaining momentum, being seen to cooperate with the Israeli Military, directly or indirectly, could be a fatal mistake for any country and especially for Libya.

Nationalism can and is prevailing throughout the MENA region and, it could be argued, all over the world.

No wonder the North Koreans reacted so angrily at the strongly intimated warning from Trump that the US would do to them what they did to Libya, Iraq and Syria. Can you blame the North Koreans if they walk away from the table?

Who wouldn’t following such a crass threat?

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