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Shooting War in North Korea? History says Yes.

Shooting War in North Korea? History says Yes.

Washington insider Jim Rickards says a shooting war with North Korea is inevitable within the next six months. “Nobody wants the war. Nobody is rooting for the war, but it’s coming.”

Rickards believes Kim Jong Un will launch another missile any day.  The following explains why.

“In the case of the bombing of North Korea,” Blaine Harden wrote in 2015, “[the American] people never really became conscious of a major war crime committed in their name.”

To most Americans, the North Korean leader is some nutty kid who will only speak to one American, Dennis Rodman, and can’t seem to find a decent barber. To threaten the U.S. of A for no good reason proves he’s a psychopath. North Korea must be a nut-case state.

Donald Trump channeling the American Zeitgeist, calls Un “Little Rocket Man” and threatens to unleash fire and fury on the North Koreans. Trump supporters wonder why Tennessee Senator Bob Corker, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, is in the President’s face about all of this. He must just be disloyal. Right?

“I think when you’re in a situation that is as real as this one is and as sensitive as this one is, the lesser public comments you can make, the better,” Corker said. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, who reportedly called the President a F*****g Moron, was trying to do what business people do and attempt negotiating with Un. Trump tweeted that Tillerson was  “wasting his time trying to negotiate with Little Rocket Man.”

A little history provides a clue as to why Un and the North Koreans are steadfast in their wariness of Uncle Sam.  Blaine Harden wrote in 2015 for The Washington Post,

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