"Rocket Man" Should Quit While He's Still Alive

Too bad Kim Jong-Un can't ask former Iraqi Dictator Saddam Hussein for advice. Hussein begged for the opportunity to leave Iraq peacefully, albeit with upwards of a billion dollars of blood money, and surrender control of the country to coalition forces before the invasion that led to his eventual capture, trial and execution.

Hussein would be made an example of. Being hanged for a lifetime of horrific atrocities, committed against the helpless citizens of his country.

Kim Jong-Un himself has a human rights record that not only rivals, but may very well eclipse the former Iraqi Dictator. The United Nations has confirmed in several reports that the North Korean regime is currently one of the most prolific human rights violators on the planet, with charges including, but not limited to: starvation, torture, forced labor and murder.

With the constant threat of war being provoked by North Korea, the United States and the rest of the international community needs remove the Regime. Sanctions have not been effective. Kim seems to have aspirations of war as the only mechanism to save his failing country.

In his no-nonsense speech to the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, President Trump mocked North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un as a "rocket man" for his constant ballistic missile tests.

The country with perhaps the most to worry about is North Korea's neighbor to the south, South Korea. They live under the constant threat of nuclear annihilation.

"We view the speech as portraying a firm and specific stance on the key issues regarding keeping peace and safety that the international community and the United Nations are faced with," the office of South Korean President Moon Jae-in said in a statement on Wednesday.

Claiming that Trump's speech "reaffirmed that North Korea should be made to realize denuclearization is the only way to the future through utmost sanctions and pressure", it continued.

Trump and Moon were to meet today in New York. Whether we get aggressive, preemptive action from some combination of the United States and international forces remains to be seen.

With increasing gains in its long range nuclear capability, and satellites pointed at our power grid with the potential to send us back to the Stone Age, we may not want to wait to depose another mad dictator.

Should we initiate War with North Korea? Share your opinion in the comments section below.



Julio Rivera

Julio Rivera is a small business consultant, political activist, writer and Editorial Director for Reactionary Times.  His writing, which is concentrated on politics and cybersecurity, has also been published by websites including Newsmax, The Hill, The Washington Times, LifeZette, The Washington Examiner, American Thinker, The Toronto Sun, PJ Media and many others.

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  1. send prisoners to be executed to north korea--if they shoot him let them out of jail---- we have the technology to erase him--why wait

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