We no longer have to ponder who will fill the bloodthirsty void left by the soon-to-be extinct ISIS. Long-time Clinton family ally Paul Begala made it very clear in his recent CNN appearance how unhinged the leftists in America have become. This crazed man actual seem to suggest we should “blow up” Russia, due to their supposed “collusion” with the then candidate Trump. The last group I heard advocating world war three was the Islamic State. So, in a very real way the left is filling the void vacated by ISIS as the number one threat not just to America, but of the entire World as well!
Signs are beginning to point to the possibility that North Korea has lost its only friend. According to ZeroHedge.com, China has issued its final warning to North Korea:
President Trump’s massive naval armada will be on station by the end of the month. This added to the other U.S. military assets already in the region, represents a massive increase in American firepower in the region. This has the added effect of making Russia and China very nervous. The situation is growing tenser by the hour.
I knew it would happen soon. That roller-coaster feeling. That sinking feeling in your stomach. All these military flights into war zones were the same. Boring as hell, followed by sheer terror (of landing), then walk out into an oven, followed by boring as hell briefings. At this point, we were in boring as hell to terror transition. I started strapping all my gear to the side of the C-130. A Colonel sitting across from me asked me what I was doing. “We are about to do an anti-terror landing Sir.” He stared at me quizzically. “The plane will dive down to land.” That, he understood.
I genuinely love South Korea. I was stationed there in 1999 to 2000. My wife is Korean, and I traveled everywhere I could in the nation. While my base was far from the DMZ, Seoul-the South’s capital city, was within artillery range of the DPRK’s (The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, i.e. North Korea) guns. Whenever I traveled to Seoul I couldn’t help thinking this beautiful city with all its 20 million inhabitants could be cast into oblivion at any moment. For the South Korean people, this was just a fact of life. But for me, an American, that thought made me very uncomfortable.
President Trump seems to have put to rest fears that he was considering escalating the war in Syria. “We’re not going into Syria,” he said in an exclusive interview. “Our policy is the same — it hasn’t changed. We’re not going into Syria.”