Less than seven months into his presidency Donald Trump has been seriously challenged by the latest dictator of the North Korean Communist Dynasty, and his response was strong; but was it too strong—or even over the top?
The Democrat “leadership” and Left Wing propaganda organs have reacted in much the way they would be expected to react in the wake of President Trump’s strong words to the latest dictator in North Korea’s communist dynasty. There exists a fundamental irony and quite a revealing hypocrisy of the array of negative comments coming from the liberals and Leftist sources. Trump’s words almost always have a provocative effect upon almost everyone.
Yet the Left, and Democrat legislators almost always would want to slap gun control legislation upon any American citizen who has the right to carry a gun. It happens like clockwork after every event where a heinous gun crime has been committed by some deranged or misguided soul. At this point, the biggest and baddest possible weapon on the planet is being trumpeted by a deranged and misguided soul and those on the Left are on Trump’s case! This reveals in a dramatic manner how pathetically bankrupt the logic is in arguments used for gun control: “It is OK for bad guys to own guns—they may have a good reason …
One concerning example of this is recent statements made by Democrat defector and former Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein that seemingly defended the current provocations of the North Korean dictator. “And we’re having sort of a trade-off now of provocations between South Korea and the United States versus North Korea.” Further explaining, she did not refer to it directly, but may have been referring to former President Barack Obama’s initiation of bombing runs over North Korea.
In particular, what North Korea has a problem with are these war exercises, which are basically bombing runs. They are mock nuclear attacks, first strike nuclear attacks, which are being rehearsed by South Korea and the United States.
This seemed to be more of a policy statement of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) than a world citizen concerned about someone bragging about having one of the most destructive weapons on the planet. What happened to gun control? One must understand that gun control only works when the government can take the guns away from the people—who will take them from a dictator?
Later when she expressed another thought, it was also more representative of the DPRK position: “The U.S. has had a policy of first nuclear strike against North Korea so any country in their right mind is going to want to develop a nuclear weapon.” One should then conclude that this so-called policy must be why the U.S. has wiped out so many nations around the world with nukes. It seems that it is clearly possible that the good doctor has a limited perspective on North Korea, or she may be planning to bolt the Green Party for the DPRK, as she would be one of their best representatives.
President Trump’s reference to bringing “fire and fury” against the DPRK also earned a reaction from former CIA Director and Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta. He explained soon after Trump’s remarks that it seemed like “two bullies chiding each other with outrageous comments—and it doesn’t help the situation in terms of trying to resolve something that has to be resolved peacefully … ” And, was this the same Panetta who was Secretary of Defense when the bombing runs referred to by Jill Stein were ordered? Or was this the same Panetta who worked in the Clinton campaign who paid the DPRK millions of dollars so they would not develop nuclear weapons? Let the people witness the blaring hypocrisy.
Panetta had some intelligent comments to offer officially from his Panetta Institute for Public Policy, but he added, “The question is: “Does [Trump] get so frustrated with the North Korean leader — who’s yelling every other day — that he feels that somehow the North Korean leader is attacking his manhood?” Let us ask a more intelligent question regarding whether such a question is relevant to a former Secretary of Defense who was supposedly once concerned about protecting American citizens from ruthless madmen? Or let us get more specific with a question as to whether this was the same Secretary of Defense who defended the Obama administration’s response to the September 11, 2012, terrorist attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, that killed Ambassador Christopher Stevens, IT expert Sean Smith, and the former U.S. Navy SEALs Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods.
Panetta’s response is in the Congressional records because he testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee regarding the “stand down” orders. The defense chief had to defend against the criticism coming from Republican officials that the Obama administration ignored warning signs about an attack. Then again, maybe it was a manhood issue there …
The main issues at stake do narrow down to simple issues and maybe Panetta was onto something in his think tank wisdom sort of way. A bully on a playground making idle or real threats or a deranged man brandishing a gun in your neighborhood serve as simple examples. How does the average American citizen want these problems to be dealth with? Usually, for those with common sense, law and order needs to be established and chaos needs to be vanquished. The bottom line question today is whether there is a greater degree of law and order, or the foundation of it being formulated, or whether people like Jill Stein, Leon Panetta, and Hillary Clinton are the types of individuals that are able to ensure law and order in America or the world?
American citizens need a more full perspective on the issues in North Korea—especially in light of the mainstream media (MSM) lack of responsibility in this area. The MSM is part of the organized effort to resist the Trump agenda, and if the Trump agenda is to “make America great again,” and the Democrats the Left, the MSM, et. al. are in the resistance, that explains what people need to grasp. A simple historical perspective: It was the former Obama Administration and the folks who gave the world the Benghazi debacle, and the regime change of the Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, even though Obama declared the U.S. involvement a “humanitarian effort” which at the time was “engaged in a limited effort to protect civilians.”
It would seem that President Trump has done little but issue words of warning to the DPRK, yet Democrat leaders, especially those of the most recent administration, have blood on their hands. Yet that is a different story. Apparently, according to the Democrat oligarchy that controls America today, Trump is wrong and they are right. Americans need to awaken even more than in 2016, and voice their disgust with such blatant hypocrisy. Or “We the People” can go back to sleep in the upcoming 2018 elections. Heaven forbid it!