Pentagon Prepares for Invasion of North Korea

In February, Army installations across the United States will organize mobilization centers for rapid overseas deployment. The move will resemble the activity of similar task forces in Syria and Iraq. On this edition of The Geopolitical Report, we examine Trump’s rhetoric on North Korea that underscores the move for war we are now witnessing with military exercises and preparation for mobilization. The president and the leader of North Korea, Kim Jung-un, have exchanged increasingly bellicose barbs that move the two nations closer to war—a conflict Trump’s Secretary of State, James “Mad Dog” Mattis has admitted would be catastrophic. Meanwhile, North and South Korea have engaged in talks about reunification and joint participation in the upcoming Olympics—a move that has drawn the ire of UN ambassador Nikki Haley. Demonstrating the policy schizophrenia of the Trump administration, the State Department disagreed with Haley and said the delegation wasn’t driving a wedge between the US and South Korea. There are two reasons for North Korea’s intransigence in regard to its nuclear program. First and foremost, the near total destruction of the country by the United States during the Korean War and secondarily the fact possessing nukes will make the United States think twice about invading the country and disposing of the Kim Jung-un regime.

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Show Notes

Military Quietly Prepares for a Last Resort: War With North Korea

North Korea: Trump and Kim call each other mad

Hawaii has been preparing for a missile attack; now its credibility is under fire

Stop Hawaii’s Monthly Nuclear Attack Warning Siren and Cell Phone Alerts

North Korea's weapons 'are only aimed at the US,' regime official says

North Korean state media hail talks with South as path to reunification

America's UN ambassador dismisses proposed North-South Korea talks

U.S. Prepared to Launch 'Preventive War' Against North Korea, Says H.R. McMaster

North and South Korea agree to talk with goal to 'relieve military tensions'

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Comments

  1. We shouldn’t forget that, like Islam and Christianity, the ultimate goal of (North Korean) communism is world ‘domination’. Violent uprising and revolution is the predicted end game of communism.

  2. Apples33d says:

    @alison, What exactly does your comment have to do with the report from Kurt Nimmo?

  3. Freddie Monroe says:

    How long will be before I share this presentation on facebook?

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