If you are wondering how North Korea has the ability to threaten us with nuclear weapons, the answer is Obama administration.
For example, ex-National Security Advisor Susan Rice who wrote an article in The New York Times Thursday requesting from President Trump to stop threatening North Korea.
“History shows that we can, if we must, tolerate nuclear weapons in North Korea — the same way we tolerated the far greater threat of thousands of Soviet nuclear weapons during the Cold War,” Rice said. “It will require being pragmatic.”
What she decides not to mention is the fact that her definition of pragmatism is the same as Churchill-esque appeasement that made it possible for Adolf Hitler to have that power.
Joel Pollak wrote in Breitbart that Rice whole career was a proof of these kinds of passiveness.
“In her long and disastrous career, Rice has advocated inaction when intervention would have saved lives,” he wrote after Rice wrote her column. “During the Rwandan genocide, she counseled President Bill Clinton to avoid using that term, and helped stop the U.S. from responding.”
“In Benghazi, the Obama administration failed to make any effort to save U.S. diplomats and security personnel — and then Rice lied shamelessly to the American people, blaming a YouTube video for the attack.”
Just like Obama’s policy of “Strategic Patience” that have failed to end the North Korean nuclear ambitions and will continue to fail, says one retired special agent and former U.S. Navy Capt. John M. DeMaggio.
“North Korea has seen many international diplomatic threats and actions come to nothing,” he wrote in an article for The Hill. “They will in all likelihood ignore future actions, fully expecting the international coalition to follow historical precedent and crumble.”
Trump and his administration know that another tactic is needed here, but apparently, Rice thinks doing nothing is working just fine.
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