The Trump administration says it will conduct war games near North Korea in response to North Korea’s testing of intercontinental ballistic missiles. The US will deploy its Delta Force, Seal Team-6, B-52 bombers, and will construct a drone base nearby, all of which is openly described as a move to topple Kim Jong-Un from power. Ron Paul expresses the concern that announcing this plan to the world (and to Kim Jong-Un) instead of using a surprise strike to remove the dictator, actually could provoke him to use one of those missiles. In other words, Kim Jong-Un is not paranoid when he says the US is out to get him. The US openly confirms this. If he is as crazy as they say, the US may be playing with nuclear fire against its own citizens. -GEG
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