President Trump Delivers “Fire and Fury” Statement on North Korea…

Responding to continued nuclear missile provocations from North Korea, and against the backdrop of a unanimous 15-0 Security Council U.N. resolution, today President Trump delivered the following strong remarks toward the DPRK and Kim Jong-Un.

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518 Responses to President Trump Delivers “Fire and Fury” Statement on North Korea…

  1. No one messes with America with Trump at the helm. Pappa Bear is mad.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      InfoWars found this amazing video. 100% Trump, 18 years ago.

      ON TODAY’S MESSAGE. BIG LEAGUE.

      Kim’s little game is OVER.

      Buckle up.

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        The caption and the tweet are misleading. Listen to what he says – THAT is much more important.

        Listen to it. Trump was dead serious and absolutely right about military action if needed, 18 years ago, and his logic is even more sound now.

        The ChiComs and Norks know this. Obama knows this. Hillary and Beelzebubba, the Marxist enablers, know this. But Trump knows they know, too.

        What they DON’T know is how much smarter Trump is on the Norks and China, now that he has access to everything.

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        • oldiadguy says:

          Saw this comment over at Zerohedge.

          “Give Me Some Truth El Vaquero Aug 8, 2017 8:59 PM

          Good analysis. Here’s what I think is going to happen: Nothing. Since Trump (and Russia and China) are chess masters let’s consider the possible moves …

          A) We nuke them first, a “pre-emptive” or “preventitive” attack. So, America becomes the first nation in world history to launch a nuclear attack on another nation which it had not previously been at war with. If you think the world hates and despises America now, wait until this happens (you know there will be pictures complete with 3-year-olds with melted faces). Probability this occurs: Almost zero.

          B) America launches a conventional “surgical” attack. This is probably the most likely military option. Still, I don’t think North Korea is going to just “take” such an attack. They will respond, probably with a massive attack on American troops in S. Korea and the nation of South Korea. It will then be “game on.” Korean War II 65 years later. Can America literally fight such a war or have the willpower to fight such a war and endure such massive casulties? Does Trump want to be the president who got us into such a war? Probability this occurs: 0 to three percent.

          C) North Korea does what it just said it is going to do and launches a nuclear strike on Guam. First, I doubt they can even do this. If the CIA and the media says they can, this means they can’t. But say they can. North Korea just nuked an American territory. America will respond with massive nuclear counter-attack. 90 percent of the population of this country could be annihilated, including its leader and everyone he might care about. We’re told North Korea and its leader are crazy and suicidal. Maybe their leader is a tad crazy, but he’s not certifiably crazy plus eager to leave this world. Probability this happens: 0 to 1/4 of one percent.

          Also, behind the scenes, I’m betting that China IS playing the gold card. “Trump, do what you want but if you start a fuckin’ major war or nuclear war we’re going to make sure the world knows how little gold you really have and let them know how much we really have. We’re also going to dump every treasury bond we have. We’ll miss selling to Wal-Mart and Amazon, but the world’s a big place. We’ll sell to every other country except yours. BTW, what’s going to go on the shelves of Wal-Mart without Chinese-made goods? Who is going to make your people’s I-phones?

          And there’s this bit of trivia: We’re broke and getting a lot broker by the week. Also: The military is already over-extended and war-fatigued. Our best and most gung-ho troops have already retired or left the service. If we do give it the old college try, our war efforts in all the other theaters we are engaged in will invariably suffer even greater setbacks, perhaps even more humiliation.

          Bottom line: No war with North Korea. Now Syria and Iran … The neocons won’t give up easily (and Trump is now clearly one of them). But let’s dodge one war at a time.”

          http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-08-08/north-korea-responds-trump-threat-says-it-seriously-considering-pre-emptive-strike-g

          We have to remember that it was the Chinese who wrote the book on Unrestricted Warfare (Asymmetrical Warfare).

          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unrestricted_Warfare

          No matter how it is handled, it is going to be messy.

          Take Care

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          • Doug says:

            that analysis is so off the mark on chinas strengths and weaknesses thats its hard to even take it seriously.. go revisit the world gdp charts and then remove the fluff from china and you will see how incredibly vital america is to chinas economy

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            All I know is this. Trump will not make the mistake – it will be Kim. And if Kim does, then what Trump does will be both unexpected and genius. It is really all up to Kim, and what kind of escalation he attempts.

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          • Sid Farkiss says:

            Likely true. Fire and fury against our own domestic enemies and their globalist bettors is what is truly necessary.
            Let’s not hand the neocons their wars of distraction.

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          • oifoefvet1969 says:

            China would never dump, as they know PDJT would immediately default on their debt, privatize all their holdings/monies, AND dump China from any further market share in the US. It would destroy their country without a shot fired.

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            • oldiadguy says:

              The actions you have described may be taken during a time of war, but not during peacetime.

              “PDJT would immediately default on their debt”

              I assume that you mean Trump would on the trillion dollar plus U.S. Treasury bonds held by China. Such an act would bring about the collapse of the U.S. bond market, the dollar and the American economy. The United States is a debtor nation and is dependent on foreign nations buying our bonds to help keep our economy afloat.

              Seizure and privatization of Chinese holdings and monies would be considered an act of war by the Chinese, almost certainly a violation of international law and would cause a flight of capital from the United States.

              As far a blocking China from any further market share in the U.S., I suspect the WTO would have something to say about that.

              No matter what actions are taken, it is going to be messy.

              Take Care

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      • JL says:

        This video gave me the chills. It’s almost like he has visited the future. John Titor, is that you?!

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Trump is using the same technique for all these things – the vision which comes from seeking pure truth. Cankles can’t touch him, because she chose an inherently losing strategy with Alinsky. Trump’s prescience LOOKS like time travel because, on a theoretical level, it is.

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      • Keln says:

        I love how he sounds exactly the same, saying the same things, decades ago. And how right he is in the things he says. I can’t believe people laughed at this guy. He was so prescient.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Yes. People don’t understand genius like Trump’s because they can’t be humble enough to admit that he sees down the road with vision greater than theirs. I have been around a lot of very smart people in my life, but Trump may very well be the smartest. He certainly has the best combination of extreme smarts, leadership, morality, determination, patience, and every other virtue. I trust this guy with everything, and would not have supported him otherwise.

          This is why they used McCain to be Obama’s designated loser opponent. He was nominally a “hero”, but people didn’t trust him. It sent a predictable percentage of votes over to Obama.

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  2. **Howie** said above…..
    *It will start with our new EMP weapons.* ..

    Huh No…

    No, I think not… “Fire & Fury” will be delivered by a *Neutron Bomb*, or otherwise known as..
    A ENW, (Enhanced radiation weapon)
    These Will take out Artillery, Armored Vehicles, with-out laying waste to the surrounding Land & also keep from killing “Massive” amounts of the “innocent”? Civilian Population
    We have many, MANY of these Rounds..
    These are the size of 155mm & 203mm Shells respectively .. ( Artillery Shells)
    While, the US bombs were never deployed to Europe, they remain stockpiled in the US.

    While the “NEWS” today, (WaPo) & the Japanese Report are saying Lil Kim HAS achieved “Miniaturization” of Bomb(s) or capable of putting “something” on a ICBM..
    Vis Tech Leaps & bounds..
    Fact(s) are,, If Lil Kim has His Physicists researching the Net, (Wiki & Library of Congress/Universities Papers) the KNOWLEDGE is OUT in the Wild!
    For example, Here are the Paper(s),Details & tech necessary to build a “nuke” to fit onto a warhead..
    I researched the subject for the last hour, YES the information is out there, bits & pieces, but It’s there..

    Read here–> https://arxiv.org/pdf/physics/0510052v1.pdf

    AND theres this-> “China conducted a successful test of neutron bomb principles in 1984 and a successful test of a neutron bomb in 1988. However, neither of those countries chose to deploy the neutron bomb. Chinese nuclear scientists stated before the 1988 test that China had no need for the neutron bomb, but it was developed to serve as a “technology reserve”, in case the need arose in the future”

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  3. Sylvia Avery says:

    Other than the part about Guam tipping over, Reuters is reporting that Li’l Kim is threatening to shoot missiles at Guam. Good grief. I don’t think it is in the Norks interest to tweak PDJT.

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  4. I have full confidence in our president and his administration. Wake me up if/when the bullets fly.

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  5. Sylvia Avery says:

    I’ve got Making Money on FBN on right now. Interesting panel. One of the guys, whose name I didn’t catch, is sounding a lot like Sundance. (Maybe he IS Sundance, I don’t know.) Basically we have a lot of rope to play with China that we haven’t even begun to use that could put a lot of pressure on NK.

    He also said that we have the THAAD Missile Defense System deployed to protect Guam. This isn’t the first time L’il Kim has threatened Guam, apparently, although this time the threats are more specific.

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    • thetinfoilhatsociety says:

      You might be right but I thought Sundance was a woman with grandkids…?

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    • MacKenzie says:

      Trump has put China in a box:

      1. Tillerson/Haley got China (and Russia) to support the UN Security Council resolution on sanctions.
      2. Through Tillerson, Trump established the Four “Noes” to position the U.S. on the international high ground: “We do not seek a regime change, we do not seek the collapse of the regime, we do not seek an accelerated reunification of the peninsula, we do not seek an excuse to send our military north of the 38th Parallel.” In other words, nothing is motivating the U.S. except NK’s missile-firing provocations and veiled verbal threats to the U.S. and its allies. The U.S. is only trying to protect global peace from an emerging, unstable, nuclear-capable actor. NK now can reach the U.S. mainland so the U.S. also has the right to defend itself from a bellicose state.
      3. It’s not the U.S. “being a cowboy” on the international scene. The resolution received a 50-0 vote. It’s “the international community” versus NK. The U.S. is merely leading the coalition.
      4. China SAID it would implement/enforce the sanctions, even though they are economically hit hardest by doing so.
      5. If China fails to implement the sanctions, they are going back on their own vote and public word and . . . like NK . . . step OUTSIDE the international consensus re NK.
      6. If China steps outside that consensus and engages in sanctions-skirting behavior, then the U.S. becomes morally/politically legitimized in taking its own harsh economic actions versus China, which really cannot withstand a severe economic response from the U.S.

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      • MacKenzie says:

        Finally, if NK continues with the threats and missile launches, China gradually becomes increasingly responsible because NK relies the most on trade with China.

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  6. I see all of this unfolding one of two ways:

    1) China takes care of North Korea for fear of US economic pressure.

    2) China continues to enable North Korea, drawing immense economic pressure from the US, crippling their economy, and thereby removing the primary financial supporter of North Korea.

    In either scenario, the US’s primary role is economic in nature. Remember, President Trump wanted a “strong military” not to use it, but so we wouldn’t have to use it. The show of force is a deterrent to action, not necessarily an endorsement of action. His background is business and he certainly dislikes aggressive war policy (hence neo-con dissatisfaction) so economic “weapons” will always be used first whenever possible. However, President Trump doesn’t take anything off the table either. Try to call his bluff and you’ll soon find out he was deadly serious.

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    • vfm#7634 says:

      And the new sanctions were a perfect example of the economic weapons you’re talking about. They did make NK howl at us, which is nice.

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    • G. Combs says:

      “[…] However, President Trump doesn’t take anything off the table either. Try to call his bluff and you’ll soon find out he was deadly serious.[…]”

      That was what the surgical strike in Syria during dinner with the Panda was all about. Whether or not there was real justification, President Trump has US intel that said there was and reacted accordingly.

      This leave ZERO doubt in anyone’s mind that President Trump WILL use the military if needed.

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  7. Linda says:

    One question I can’t find an answer to: Is the US protected with a THAAD system like SK? If not, why the heck not???

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      Yes, the US has a system (actually probably quite a few systems) to take out any missiles directed our way. They have been testing them lately. Don’t worry.

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      • rf121 says:

        Until those are tested under real fire conditions, and there are very few, I would consider them questionable. When ever these missle tests are done they are highly controlled to increase the success rate. These systems are a false sense of security. But the defense contracors supplying them are making big bucks. Hit or miss.

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        • mimbler says:

          Yes, I think they have some deterrent effect (why commit suicide attacking the US if they could possibly shoot your missile down), but I certainly wouldn’t count on them with our current technology,

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          • Will Janoschka says:

            “(if they could possibly shoot your missile down),”
            THAAD in SK and Guam work quite effectively. The front-end of a tactical ballistic missile gets quite warm (sometimes incandescent) as it descends from perigee. The Raytheon Patriot used long range radar as attempt to implement an intersect, FAIL Lockheed’s THAAD uses cheap IR technology to perform local endgame intercept. It just gets in the way!! At 3km/sec closing velocity no explosive warhead is needed!

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    • Will Janoschka says:

      “Theater High Altitude Area Defense, is an American anti-ballistic missile defense system designed to shoot down short, medium, and intermediate range ballistic missiles in their terminal phase by intercepting with a hit-to-kill approach.”

      This system is the working replacement for the failed Raytheon Patriot missile system. Defeat a “ballistic missile” the only kind NK has! NK has no “ICBMs” which are no longer ballistic , instead sub-orbital, with multiple individually targetable/ warheads.. The US “protection” is the number of those carried on unlocatable Ohio class submarines.
      “Little fat Kim” threatens US interests in the area not the US!
      Little Kim’s threats are irritating not worrisome! P45 wants China to stop Kim’s ‘tests’; before fat Kim inadvertently hurts someone besides himself and the poor folk still left in NK. China definately 2does not want the folk in NK to invade China, the only place to go.

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  8. wyntre says:

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  9. Here is the first EMP we set off. At the time we did not realize it would knock out radio, TV and some power over Hawaii for eight hours. We was testing nukes in the atmosphere.

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    • Will Janoschka says:

      Been near that; you obviously also survived! Want to try a rerun, with the original cast? Twas interesting! Elder me now prefers tickling tummies of grandsprouts! The same “WOW”, woudja lookat that smile!

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  10. Anchored says:

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  11. Budman says:

    My unhinged Senator just released this; Sen. John McCain cautioned Tuesday that President Donald Trump should not threaten North Korea if he was not prepared to act.

    “I take exception to the president’s comments, because you got to be sure you can do what you say you’re going to do, Thats it idiot, throw some cold water on our President at a time when we need unity as a nation. What an a$$hat!

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    • Dorothy Marcum says:

      sigh once again I believe the “tumor” and “cancer” was a big fat lie

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      • NJF says:

        It’s really starting to look that way isn’t it.

        Anybody I’ve known getting chemo &/or radiation wasn’t too interested in starting crap with people they don’t like.

        Cause you know, worrying about dying kinda supersedes being a petty A-hole.

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      • G. Combs says:

        It could be they decided that the cancer was untreatable and are NOT actually treating it.

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      Oh, well, I am sure the President is eternally grateful for the senior Senator’s advice. I’m sure it never occurred to him until mcCain said that. Gah!

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    • Oldschool says:

      Who the hell asked mc cain and since when is he the expert on the battlefield?. Someone should yank his security clearance. He is a danger to this nation.

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    • Sherlock says:

      Shut your mouth, McCain, you lost when you ran, remember? (Hmmm, maybe he thinks he won).

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    • Someone had to take charge. This has been on for at least 20 years with N.Korea and previous presidents just kept kicking the can down the road, hoping they could appease the little fatties, father and son, until the next president took over. Now we have an adult in the WH, and he’s not playing games.

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    • HMelville says:

      Some people hold bitter grudges until the day they die and McCain will be one of those people after Trump said he wasn’t a hero by being captured. The nasty vicious comments made against Trump dwarf everything nasty he said during the heat of the vicious campaign but it makes no difference to McCain.

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    • Aparition42 says:

      McCain will soon come to the realization that our President, unlike McCain does have the testicular fortitude to do what needs to be done. Only a traitor and a fool like McCain would start off negotiations with a statement of what you aren’t willing to do. Let the world stew in the possibility that President Trump is 100% ready and willing to nuke Li’l Kim. We’ll see who blinks first.

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  12. thetinfoilhatsociety says:

    Lawsy these are the times when I really hate being married to a liberal who watches MSN all the time….according to him Trump is acting like a teenaged kid and is going to set the world on fire. Nevermind that KJU has been making noises and threats since the UN vote.

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  13. Sylvia Avery says:

    Well, probably the most important thought I have about all of this is that I am so grateful to God for giving us President Trump to lead us.

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    • vfm#7634 says:

      According to Otto von Bismarck, God watches over fools, drunks, and the United States of America. I like it.

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      • Will Janoschka says:

        Which are you? Or me for that matter?

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        • Panzerakc says:

          The version of Bismarck’s statement that I’ve always heard is, “God looks after children and fools”.

          And my response is, I’d rather be a child of God than a fool, but I guess I’m covered either way.

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  14. vanwinkle says:

    Talk talk talk….next time the little dictator launches a rocket…..SHOOT IT DOWN…wouldnt that
    send a clearer message!

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  15. Sandra-VA says:

    We have plenty of weapons that can do extreme damage to Lil Kim’s delusions without using Nukes. In fact, we have a vast array of really cool tech… lasers for one! Plenty of stuff flying around the planet cloaked in stealth…

    Nobody should worry about nuclear war. It will not come to that, at all. No missiles will hit the USA, even if they get fired.

    Everything will be fine.

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  16. Question Everything says:

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  17. Sandra-VA says:

    Meanwhile….

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  18. RMackie says:

    Dictators always look on a POTUS as a weakling and a coward because they do not believe in democracy of any kind. So, when Trump signed the Russian sanctions Bill that the majority of the House presented him; Medved called him weak.

    When Trump is repeatedly and viciously attacked by the reprehensible MSM, the dictators like Kim Jung-un, and those less overt like Xi Jinping and the Chinese dictatorship, consider Trump a coward and a weakling because he does not savagely kill or imprison anyone that criticizes him. They live in a different reality and it is understandable why a nutcase like Kim would think Trump is weak and hated by his own people because his countrymen and the majority of the press trash him or his staff every day with impunity and embolden the negative views of a weak led America in the minds of tyrants like Kim.

    A Special Counsel with almost unlimited powers is also hired by his own Ass’t A/G to depose the President. To nutty Kim, this is incomparable weakness in the leader of a country so he has no fear of being attacked. The despicable demented obstructionist Dems, the slimy Kristol anti Trumpists, the Obama sycophants,intel traitors and leakers, the dithering dishonest Rino’s and all the rest of the bastards that recklessly denigrated the Presidency to the world are getting what they asked for.

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  19. trapper says:

    One additional thought. I can’t see President Trump issuing this kind of statement unless he already has a fully formed military plan all ready to execute. Vacation? I’m thinking something else.

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  20. Minnie says:

    God in Heaven, encircle us with your mercy and love.

    Protect all our Military and guide OUR President against all enemies, foreign and domestic.

    God bless America, always and forever.

    Amen 🙏

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  21. wolfmoon1776 says:

    This is interesting. Cernovich is getting information and going STFU on it. THAT’s new.

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  22. NJF says:

    I thought this was him!

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  23. South Dakota Airmen arrive ready to ‘Fight Tonight’ from Guam

    “JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM, Hawaii —
    Two U.S. Air Force B-1B bombers, under the command of U.S. Pacific Air Forces, joined their counterparts from the Republic of Korea and Japanese air forces in sequenced bilateral missions, August 7.
    This serves as the first mission for the crews and aircraft recently deployed from Ellsworth Air Force Base, South Dakota in support of U.S. Pacific Command’s Continuous Bomber Presence missions.”
    After taking off from Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, the B-1s assigned to the 37th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron, flew to Japanese airspace, where they were joined by Koku Jieitai (Japan Air Self Defense Force) F-2 fighter jets. The B-1s then flew over the Korean Peninsula where they were joined by Republic of Korea Air Force KF-16 fighter jets. The B-1s then performed a pass over the Pilsung Range before leaving South Korean airspace and returning to Guam.
    http://www.pacaf.af.mil/News/Article-Display/Article/1272434/south-dakota-airmen-arrive-ready-to-fight-tonight-from-guam/

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  24. gzuf says:

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  25. jeans2nd says:

    One suspects China knows what is coming. This will not end well for China. Note the specific industries that China is securing.

    China’s banks swap 1 trillion yuan of debt into stocks, extending financial life line to state debtors
    More than 70 of the country’s most indebted companies in steel, coal, chemical and equipment manufacturing reached debt-to-equity swaps.

    “China’s banks converted more than 1 trillion yuan (US$149.2 billion) of debt into stock holdings…in the government’s largest debt-to-equity swap effort to bail out the country’s most indebted borrowers…”The scheme, signed between Chinese banks and companies…has helped to lower the aggregate debt ratio in these industries”
    http://www.scmp.com/business/banking-finance/article/2105976/chinas-banks-swap-1-trillion-yuan-debt-stocks-extending

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  26. NJF says:

    I love when these clips sirface.

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    • NJF says:

      *surface

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Time Travel Trump. It’s becoming very clear how he does it.

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      • NJF says:

        Thanks for putting the direct tweet up. Still can’t figure twitter out sometimes.

        But yes, he is smart and has been for decades. Funny thing is, back then Everyone sought out his opinion ALL THE TIME.

        Yet, somehow after June 2015, he was suddenly a racist, sexist, bigot. Go figure.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Darcy and Irvingtwosmokes turned me on to a couple of great sources on the rise of “transnational progressivism” (the current wave of globalism / cultural Marxism), and I have to think that his being the only candidate equipped to stop it, was the reason for both his entering the race, and them fearing it terribly. But seriously – we were about to enter a real dark ages. And if we don’t beat back the “prog menace”, as I call it, this planet WILL enter a new Dark Ages.

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          • G. Combs says:

            I too thought we were staring a new Dark Ages in the face.

            With a new Amnesty law, ‘De-idustrializing the USA’ (Obama’s Science Czar) The Paris Climate Accord and the Trans-Pacific Partnership, I thought the USA was a deadman walking.

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  27. wolfmoon1776 says:

    Wheat and chaff are separating.

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  28. georgiafl says:

    About President Trump’s crossed arms – another interpretation:

    Trump has played poker with the pros. He knows about body language.

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  29. M33 says:

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  30. MK says:

    The axis of evil. Finishing up Iraq, about to handle North Korea, then we turn towards Iran.

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  31. lfhbrave says:

    I hope POTUS makes very clear to China that the U.S. will hold China accountable if such attack on the U.S. materializes. There should not be any doubt China has enabled N. Korea for decades in its development of nuclear weapons.

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  32. missmarple2 says:

    I just want to echo the poster up thread who said not to worry. We have lots of options in weaponry that the media (except maybe for some military reporters) don’t have a clue about.

    I have been watching Thomas Wictor’s Twitter feed for months. He’s been documenting the use of some of those weapons against ISIS by the GCC commandos and other groups. He’s picked up video from Saudi and Iraqi sources and slows them down to watch the effects.

    I assume that we have some of these weapons as well. I believe they were Israeli designed. The Saudis have them as well, and they just signed a military agreement with Japan.

    All will be well. Pray for the troops along the DMZ and for the President as he deals with one of the most difficult crises our nation has faced. (And he has to do this while the media attacks him!)

    I vote for a MOAB dropped on CNN, myself, but then that’s why I am not the president. LOL!

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

    You may not have a taste for Reddit (especially not /pol — it can get pretty salty) – but I want to be on the record saying I can solve the NoKo problem in no time. Not a joke.

    TL:DR – Hire them to be our contractors in the sandy parts that no one wants their sandals on the ground.

    Yes, I know they are threatening us. I don’t care. Send over the diplomats with a box of cash, some fancy proclamations, and get those bloodthirsty guys working for us.

    Altamont Security (Rolling Stones). If you don’t know what this references don’t tell me nothin.

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    • MVW says:

      Did that work with Iran? Obama tried it.

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      • Lunatic Fringe, Phd. [undocumented] says:

        Small difference is Obama gave them money and ran away and hid under Michelle’s skirts.

        I’m saying HIRE THEM. Make them OUR b@d@$$es.

        We fought these guys before.

        Everyone on TV is saying dismal projections.

        Except me.

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    • scott467 says:

      Altamont Security (Rolling Stones). If you don’t know what this references don’t tell me nothin.”

      _____________

      Hell’s Angels for security, Altamont Speedway Free Festival, Saturday, December 6, 1969. Documented in the film “Gimme Shelter”.

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  34. MVW says:

    Trump is dealing with the foolishness of China and the prior US corrupt politicians with their deep state. What a massive mess.

    I can’t fault Trump’s logic and methods. What will happen is anyones guess.

    Time Travel is indistinguishable with Trump’s brain.

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  35. JoD says:

    The “Deep State” and the “Intelligence Community ” are reportedly infested with black hats that are aligned to sabotage the President.
    Put up your hand if you are concerned that POTUS is being furnished with accurate intell.
    Deliberately “misleading ” data could result in decisions and actions that would make the WMD fiasco pale by comparison.

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    • Ghostrider says:

      Appreciate your sense of a counterintuitive argument but Japan has validated the situation. My bet is most of our real intelligence comes from the Israeli’s

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  36. georgiafl says:

    On Guam and elsewhere:

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  37. Anchored says:

    Aug. 6 1945

    “It was to spare the Japanese people from utter destruction that the ultimatum of July 26 was issued at Potsdam. Their leaders promptly rejected that ultimatum. If they do not now accept our terms they may expect a rain of ruin from the air, the like of which has never been seen on this earth.”
    ~ President Harry S. Truman

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  38. Paul says:

    I may get some flack but may north is over rated and trump was informed that they
    ( Norks ) are not ready for us . Just sayin

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  39. scott467 says:

    DJT, arms crossed: “North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States. They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen… he has been very threatening beyond a normal state. They will be met with fire, fury and frankly power the likes of which this world has never seen before.”

    __________________

    That was awesome.

    Very deliberate, and carefully chosen words for the intended audience.

    I don’t know what his plan is, but he absolutely has one.

    The chattering class will no doubt go into full pearl-clutching meltdown, they’ll drag in Krauthammer to bemoan the lack of decorum and whine about diminishing the ‘dignity of the office’ with Big Time wrastlin’ trash talk, blah, blah, blah…

    Pompous stuffed shirts are always concerned about the perceptions of Leftists and fellow travelers in their bubble-world. They have ‘gamed out’ every move (in the 2-D world they can see) and every option has a ‘checkmate’, so they have a hundred different justifications for never doing anything.

    And anyone who deviates from the gridlock of their tunnel-vision is a heretic who must be stopped.

    More pearls, bring in more pearls, need more pearls to clutch, lol!

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  40. Guy-Blanc Déploré says:

    I just can’t shake the notion that the president’s statement, both words and body language were carefully crafted and rehearsed. The “fire and fury” line just doesn’t sound natural for him.

    I’d guess it was directly targeted to Nork and/or China, perhaps on a cultural or lingual level that would be opaque to an average westerner.

    Seems like PDJT is trying hard to break through their assumptions or dismissals and get them to actually LISTEN, and take him seriously when he tells them it’s all different this time.

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    • mikgen says:

      I agree and I think you are right. The President’s statement was not off-the-cuff. A day previously we had Dr Sebastian Gorka on at Hannity. Watch the first minute – Gorka directly addresses the North Koreans:

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  41. railer says:

    It’s important that the Nork threats aren’t just ignored, but are met with a sharp threat in response. Not implied, not a “where are the carriers” Hollywood-style nothingburger… but with a real threat… realistically laying out the outcome for all to see. The “all” includes South Korea, Russia, China, Japan and everybody else involved. Trump is a master. He just gets it.

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