Dr. Sebastian Gorka Discusses North Korea and President Trump Administration…

Dr. Sebastian Gorka appears on Sean Hannity TV show to discuss the ongoing issues with North Korea and the latest developments with U.N. sanctions.

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32 Responses to Dr. Sebastian Gorka Discusses North Korea and President Trump Administration…

  1. He was VERY firm…….

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    • Ned says:

      This is DEADLY serious.

      It is not just about North Korea, it is also about Iran too. ALL the evidence points to Iran and North Korea working together. Their HATRED of the U.S. is uniting them. President Trump has inherited a nightmare. Do you really think it is a coincidence that missiles from North Korea and Iran are nearly identical or that the nutcase in North Korea is going to Iran after seeing the sanction move in the U.N.? A link for that at the end.

      I will first post an article from FOX from back in May of 2017.

      Pentagon eyes Iran-North Korea military connection
      By Lucas Tomlinson, Jennifer Griffin Published May 05, 2017 Fox News

      When Iran attempted to launch a cruise missile from a “midget” submarine earlier this week, Pentagon officials saw more evidence of North Korean influence in the Islamic Republic – with intelligence reports saying the submarine was based on a Pyongyang design, the same type that sank a South Korean warship in 2010.

      According to U.S. defense officials, Iran was attempting to launch a Jask-2 cruise missile underwater for the first time, but the launch failed. Nonproliferation experts have long suspected North Korea and Iran are sharing expertise when it comes to their rogue missile programs.

      “The very first missiles we saw in Iran were simply copies of North Korean missiles,” said Jeffrey Lewis, a missile proliferation expert at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey. “Over the years, we’ve seen photographs of North Korean and Iranian officials in each other’s countries, and we’ve seen all kinds of common hardware.”

      When Iran tested a ballistic missile in late January, the Pentagon said it was based on a North Korean design. Last summer, Iran conducted another missile launch similar to a North Korean Musudan, the most advanced missile Pyongyang has successful tested to date.

      Defense analysts say North Korea’s Taepodong missile looks almost identical to Iran’s Shahab.

      “In the past, we would see things in North Korea and they would show up in Iran. In some recent years, we’ve seen some small things appear in Iran first and then show up in North Korea and so that raises the question of whether trade — which started off as North Korea to Iran — has started to reverse,” Lewis added.

      Iran’s attempted cruise missile launch from the midget submarine in the Strait of Hormuz was believed to be one of the first times Iran has attempted such a feat. In 2015, North Korea successfully launched a missile from a submarine for the first time, and officials believe Tehran is not far behind.

      Only two countries in the world deploy the Yono-class submarine – North Korea and Iran. Midget subs operate in shallow waters where they can hide. The North Korean midget sub that sank a 290-foot South Korean warship in 2010 — killing over 40 sailors — was ambushed in shallow water.

      North Korea denied any involvement in the sinking.

      “When those midget subs are operating underwater, they are running on battery power—making themselves very quiet and hard to detect,” said a U.S. defense official who declined to be identified.

      During testimony last week, Adm. Harry Harris, the head of American forces in the Pacific, warned the United States has no land-based short- or medium-range missiles because it is a signatory to the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces, or INF, treaty signed in 1987 between Russia and the United States. But Iran and North Korea are under no such constraints.

      “We are being taken to the cleaners by countries that are not signatories to the INF,” Harris told the House Armed Services Committee late last month.

      Perhaps most worrisome for the United States is that Iran attempted this latest missile launch from a midget sub Tuesday in the narrow and crowded Strait of Hormuz, where much of the world’s oil passes each day.

      Over a year ago, Iran fired off a number of unguided rockets near the USS Harry Truman aircraft carrier as she passed through the Strait of Hormuz in late December 2015. The U.S. Navy called the incident “highly provocative” at the time and said the American aircraft carrier was only 1,500 yards away from the Iranian rockets.

      In July 2016, two days before the anniversary of the nuclear agreement between Iran and world powers, the Islamic Republic attempted to launch a new type of ballistic missile using North Korean technology, according to multiple intelligence officials.

      It was the first time Iran attempted to launch a version of North Korea’s BM-25 Musudan ballistic missile, which has a maximum range of nearly 2,500 miles, potentially putting U.S. forces in the Middle East and Israel within reach if the problems are fixed.

      The extent of North Korea’s involvement in the failed launch was never clear, apart from North Korea sharing their technology, according to officials.

      In Washington Thursday, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson tried to garner support for more United Nations sanctions against North Korea by hosting leaders from Southeast Asia. Days after Iran’s first ballistic missile test of the Trump administration, the White House put Iran “on notice.”

      http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/05/05/pentagon-eyes-iran-north-korea-military-connection.html

      North Korea’s ‘No. 2’ official strengthens ties with Iran
      as UN hits Pyongyang with new sanctions

      https://www.cnbc.com/2017/08/04/north-korea-officials-visit-to-iran-could-signal-wider-military-ties.html

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      • Sylvia Avery says:

        Well that was pretty terrifying. These little subs seem a bigger threat than I had realized, and the part about not having the short and medium range missiles because of a treaty between us and Russia from the 1980s which doesn’t of course impact the Norks or Iran at all was unsettling.

        I knew that the Norks and Iran were collaborating, but this is awful to consider. And to think that bast!rd BO put that Iranian deal together knowing this. He wants us all dead.

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      • jmclever says:

        Right, because Lil’ Kim just isn’t that smart. And his people are too oppressed to have the creativity to innovate anything. Freedom of speech leads to freedom of thought which leads to creativity and innovation. It’s why China has to steal American patents and why everything coming out of NK just now is suspect

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      • yy4u says:

        “It is not just about North Korea, it is also about Iran too. ALL the evidence points to Iran and North Korea working together. Their HATRED of the U.S. is uniting them.”

        Not sure it is HATRED so much as seeing the United States as a massive beast trapped in a tar pit, struggling to escape, and now is the time to act.

        Eight years of Obama so weakened the United States that those who would do her harm (and those who want to become super powers) see this as THE time to move.

        Perhaps had Hillary won, perhaps they could have bided their time for another four to eight years, allowing the Marxist Utopia to destroy the American Middle Class while Mexico and Central America continues to ship its peasantry north.

        Democrats — especially Obama — hated the idea of the USA being the world’s sole superpower and Obama’s administration was all about undoing that. I suspect his plan (and perhaps Hillary’s too) was to allow Iran hegemony over the Middle East, Russia over Europe and West Asia and China over Asia. My guess is they convinced themselves that with the USA being only one of four super powers, the Americans would be defanged and the world would know peace. (Fat chance of that but they’ve never been confused by the facts).

        “President Trump has inherited a nightmare.”

        Yes,he has. What he can do about it remains to be seen. Whatever he does, the Democrat/Marxists/MSM will attack him for it.

        “Do you really think it is a coincidence that missiles from North Korea and Iran are nearly identical…”

        Who knows what Kim is thinking? Is he even thinking? Maybe he just knows he needs an influx of cash and the only way he knows to get it is to threaten South Korea.

        The Kims have used the threats of nukes since Clinton was president and always gotten a nice payoff if they promised to play nice with their neighbors. Clinton paid him off, Bush paid him off. Did Obama pay him off,too? Who knows? The media was so dishonest about what Obama was doing there’s no way to know. You can’t believe anything they’ve written in the 30 years since the Left took over the media.

        China has no reason to rein in the little fat nutbag. They want to become the superpower over Asia and Kim is a way to do that. What I’d do is talk to Xi and tell him he has x number of months to take care of the situation else I’m going to arm Japan to the teeth with whatever it takes for Japan to once more become a power in the region. Then sit back and see how fast Xi moves against Kim.

        The solution to this is a military coup in NK (which Kim saw coming and that was the reason he killed his half brother).

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        • mike says:

          At the first casualty with Iran or No Korea, Bill, Hill and Obama should be picked up for treason. Especially if China enters as a military adversary.

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  2. Marygrace Powers says:

    LOUD AND CLEAR.

    Great spokesman for President Trump & USA.

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  3. Harry Lime says:

    The media be like

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  4. dalethorn says:

    As a whole country, NK is a ridiculous little mickey-mouse bad joke on the world. But as a crazed and desperate terror source, they can frighten millions of people in places like Seoul SK with massive death and destruction. There’s a well-known psychological study that puts a live mouse into a cage with a very docile cat. The mouse scrambles left, right, up and down as fast as it can run, trying to get out. Finally, at it wits end it attacks the cat. SK, China, Japan – all of these can be the cat in that scenario. Maybe at the moment nobody wants to make the first direct move against NK, but they’d better have a plan.

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  5. fleporeblog says:

    Dr. Gorka was as serious as serious can be! I almost got the sense he was speaking directly to the Fat Man in NK. He is so right to say that our President inherited the “World on Fire” from the previous piece of garbage that called himself President.

    I absolutely love every time Dr. Gorka says our President’s name. He either says, “Donald J. Trump” or “President Donald J. Trump” or “DJT” He emphasizes the J with his accent. This man is a true gem that loves our country and our President!

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    • Ned says:

      Dr. Gorka is a good man and understands the situation.
      He serves President Trump well.

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      Gorka’s got gravitas.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Southern Son says:

      The Dr. Respects our President.

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    • decisiontime16 says:

      North Korea Threatens ‘Physical Action’ in Response to U.N. Sanctions

      SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea escalated its criticism of the United States, as well as its neighboring allies, on Tuesday by warning that it will mobilize all its resources to take “physical action” in retaliation against the latest round of United Nations sanctions.

      The statement, carried by the North’s state-run Korean Central News Agency, was the strongest indication yet that the country could conduct another nuclear or missile test, as it had often done in response to past United Nations sanctions. Until now, the North’s response to the latest sanctions had been limited to strident yet vague warnings, such as threatening retaliation “thousands of times over.”

      “Packs of wolves are coming in attack to strangle a nation,” the North Korean statement said. “They should be mindful that the D.P.R.K.’s strategic steps accompanied by physical action will be taken mercilessly with the mobilization of all its national strength.”

      From the NYT on Apple news

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  6. Sundance called it all the way. Breitbart News has jumped the shark.

    “In recent days, conservative groups and a website tied to Trump adviser Steve Bannon have targeted McMaster as insufficiently supportive of Israel and insufficiently tough toward Iran.”

    Generic Breitbart News listed for author:
    http://www.breitbart.com/news/top-trump-aides-clashing-over-direction-of-us-foreign-policy/

    If anything happens to Bannon I will never forgive Breitbart News.

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    • Sorry for posting this here, ugh! I meant to post in presidential thread.

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      • Ned says:

        LOL! Brietbart hasn’t jumped the shark.
        It’s all documented as usual…
        If something happens to Bannon, I;d be VERY nervous.
        Bannon is a good guy. What I liked recently was having Jared and Ivanka report THROUGH Kelly. Ivanka and Jared are flaming liberals. I’m not sure which side Kelly is on.

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      • jmclever says:

        Your’re right about BB. lately I have caught them summarizing and regurgitating NYT and WaPo articles and writing articles with “anonymous sources close to the situation.” Remember during the elections that they were pro Cruz even while the commenters were pro-Trump. It’s almost like they have reverted to being subtly anti-Trump. They are gaslighting the battered conservatives.

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    • joshua says:

      I no longer read BB….and Drudge only links to liberal news site too.

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    • jmclever says:

      Your’re right about BB. lately I have caught them summarizing and regurgitating NYT and WaPo articles and writing articles with “anonymous sources close to the situation.” Remember during the elections that they were pro Cruz even while the commenters were pro-Trump. It’s almost like they have reverted to being subtly anti-Trump. They are gaslighting the battered conservatives.

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  7. Lunatic Fringe, Phd. [undocumented] says:

    Hey Google, [yes, I know you’re reading this] I think North Korea just posted a memo about your culture in the workplace.

    There, it’s all taken care of.

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  8. IMO Untangling all the destructive things Obammy left in place (Is he really that smart of just Satanically led?) will take more than PDJT’s 8 years. It may take 32 years assuming Americans have enough sense no to be guilted into “let the other guy have a chance this time” of God forbid vote based on a vagina or melanin.

    My generation (Gen X) are about useless, and barely aware of the gift that is America, and the high cost of vigilance required to protect her. Norks, Iranians, et al have always been out there scheming to rob us of our America. What has kept us safe (among other things) is that we have generated great wealth, and with that power. Attacks on personal property (wealth) and personal freedoms (sovereignty) are aiding and abetting the enemy, and an attack on America.

    The cure? If you get any direct payment from the govt. good for you- but no vote. We could have this mess cleaned up in one generation if the ones who pay the bill have the power to approve/disapprove of legislation and more importantly legislators. For you wobbly folks out there: don’t embarrass yourselves by using the liberals favorite trick- pointing out the few exceptions, and the few who will “be hurt” by a massively successful overhaul. Furthermore, these kinds of objections are typically born of a deeply selfish and self absorbed world view. Think of the big picture, and all the lives and gifts that will be saved if we the producers decide what our government gets to do with our hard earned money.

    BTW I LOVE President Trump! I am once again proud of my America. MAGA!!

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  9. India Maria says:

    I love Sean, but his Chicken Little conclusion, “I don’t see a good answer.” Oh brother. Gorka just gave him a bunch of “good answers.” It is so exasperating when Sean takes this hysterical gloom journalist approach. Gorka’s best “good answer” — “rusty saber….Potemkin Village….etc”

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  10. mostlyogauge says:

    We have the technology, let’s jam them. Block all internet traffic from and to each country. This would take care of cell and land line traffic as well. Most people don’t know that once a cell phone signal connects with a cell tower, the cell phone signal then goes over fiber to the next closest location to the phone on the other end, cell or land line. Wouldn’t even have to jam the entire country, just narrow the blocking to specific sites, in country or out. Would be a little time consuming to setup and configure, but definitely doable. Block the traffic and the information and data exchange would be cut way down. Then there’s always thumb drives and such, so people would be able to figure out ways to eventually get around the internet blocking. We have to start someplace. The leadership of NK and Iran is the problem. The people in the countries are not the problem. Just like here in the USA. I don’t hate the Russian or the Chinese or the Iran or the North Korean people, it is the leadership of those countries that is the problem; look at the uniparty (this is definitely not to imply that the uniparty people are leaders, they are not. Chuck Noll was a leader. President Trump is a leader. Jack Welch is a leader). Blocking internet traffic and enforcing the UN sanctions could go a long way towards nudging the leadership in these countries in the right direction. How do you nudge the leadership without penalizing the people?

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  11. There is only one solution that will suffice for North Korea. That solution is the death of that misbegotten little freak that China has allowed to wander out of his own playpen and out into the world. The only solution for him and everyone he knows personally in his gov’t is for all of them to die, the sooner the better, by any means available.

    Maybe that will send the proper notice to China that just because China tolerates his bad behavior, the rest of the world will not.

    But for the right price, we could get China to do it for us. China is the pimp, NK the whore.

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  12. Mike diamond says:

    Little fat boy Kim Jung un has no where to run no where to hide ! His own people will take him out!

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  13. georgiafl says:

    Hannity has been a valiant warrior for truth – and supported Trump without equivocating throughout the campaign.

    I hope he can launch a successful lawsuit against Obama and company for unmasking citizens.

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  14. Space Needle says:

    Arm Japan & SK to the teeth // EMP NK, turn it all black // Take out the little chubby bunny terrorist // Reign hell on every military toy they have // Next Iranian vessel (jet-ski?) gets blown to oblivion, zero warning // Broadside China with a HEAVY strategic tariff or ban // Saddle up and see who wants to dance with DJT

    Whenever it’s time to act, we cannot kneecap ourselves by deploying a 1 or 2 prong strategy. 360 degree strategy, at once, be prepared to rumble. Situation not getting any easier, people STILL playing footsie with a situation that demands a HULK SMASH

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  15. dustahl says:

    U.S. will hit NKorea , my guess. Will the U.S. use any of those “secret” weapons whispered about, true or untrue. It just does not look like NKorea is ever going to stop .

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