By: Bryan Seltzer
International Press Association, IPANews
It’s happening World Wide the challenges and growing threats being made by aggressive countries that know the United States of America no longer has a strong and respected leader as we had with President Trump. In 9 short months Biden has destroyed most everything he has touched, or not addressed, within the USA and abroad. You cannot negotiate anything from a position of weakness as noted with Afghanistan and the tragic pulling out of our military before getting our billion’s of dollars of equipment out or destroyed and our US Citizens and those of other countries who were helping over the past 20 years to fight or eliminate the Taliban. We’ve seen Biden arm the Terrorists beyond their wildest dreams and help them to become an even bigger threat than ever before. Those Generals in the Military Leadership are lock in step with Biden looking to destroy America and should be removed and locked up for crimes against the Citizens of the USA!
The status of the USA of being a respected powerhouse within this world under Trump is now just the opposite which is why China, who seems to own the Bidens, Joe and Hunter, is looking to expand their terror and Communism on Taiwan who the USA is suppose to be supporting! With the recent violations of Taiwan’s airspace by China and the USA doing nothing to discourage this, Biden is basically looking to give China a free pass to do what ever they want! Covid? Biden won’t address that with China although basically everyone knows it is an attack on the world by China. Now, N. Korea, who while Trump was President was not any threat to anyone, is making threats again as they know Biden and his military leaders will let them and do nothing!
Check out this latest article from “The Hill”!
North Korea’s Kim rips US, promises ‘invincible’ military’
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Tuesday vowed to build an “invincible” military to counter the United States in Asia, the Associated Press reported.
The state-run Korean Central News Agency reported that Kim criticized “persistent U.S. hostility” in the Asia-Pacific region and called the U.S. a “source of instability” on the Korean Peninsula.
“The U.S. has frequently signaled it’s not hostile to our state, but there is no action-based evidence to make us believe that they are not hostile,” Kim said, according to the Associated Press. “The U.S. is continuing to create tensions in the region with its wrong judgments and actions.”
Additionally, Kim said that North Korea’s main enemy is “war itself” and Pyongyang was only increasing its military in self-defense and not to start a war, Reuters reported.
“We are not discussing war with anyone, but rather to prevent war itself and to literally increase war deterrence for the protection of national sovereignty,” he said.
Kim also attacked South Korea in his speech and accused it of hypocrisy for criticizing North Korea’s weapons development program while allocating large amounts to increase its own military capabilities.
“I say once again that South Korea isn’t the one that our military forces have to fight against. Surely, we aren’t strengthening our defense capability because of South Korea. We shouldn’t repeat a horrible history of compatriots using force against each other,” he said, according to the Associated Press.
The speech from the North Korean leader comes as the Biden administration has suggested it is open to a dialogue with North Korea if that country is willing to take more concrete steps to slow down its nuclear weapons program.
Kim has called the offer a “cunning” attempt to conceal U.S. hostility against North Korea and said that diplomacy will not be possible unless the U.S. removes its sanctions over the country’s nuclear development. North Korea also wants a halt to the U.S. military’s regular exercises with South Korea.
South Korea’s national security adviser, Suh Hoon, who is visiting the U.S., is expected to sit down with his American counterpart Jake Sullivan to discuss North Korean issues on Tuesday, South Korean media has reported.
The North Korean leader’s remarks came at a military parade commemorating the 76th birthday of the ruling Worker’s Party. Among the weapons on display were the country’s arsenal of intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs).