Thursday, October 19, 2017

North Korea: Preparing for the Worst Case Scenario

Friends, the North Korean regime is, as we all know, unpredictable, volatile, and unrelenting hostile to the United States.  It is also armed with nuclear weapons and is working hard to develop the capacity to deliver them to our shores.  Complacency is not an option.  If President Trump decides we need to take out North Korea's nuclear and missile programs with airstrikes, I will support him.  Whatever we do in North Korea, though, we need the capacity to defend ourselves from ICBMs.  That is the subject of my most recent article.  Check it out, and thanks to The Daily Surge for publishing it!


  1. Dr. Waddy: Is it reasonable for an open mind to consider that the U.S. is a threat to the well being of the N.Korean population? No, because if we are, why then did we enable, with tens of thousands of American deaths, the development of South Korea into a reasonably free and very prosperous country in which in which a good life is available to almost all? We are a threat to the N.Korean regime, which virtually alone in the world forces the tragically discredited dogma of Marxism on its unfortunate people.That dictators so mistaken in their convictions, determined to retain power because they know that to relinquish it would mean their deserved immolation, would resort to a nuclear attack on the proven nemesis of Marxism, the U.S., is a reasonable expectation and one for which our leaders are obligated to prepare. Leftists like Clinton and Obama were loath to do so; President Trump is not!

  2. I agree, Jack -- Trump is up to the challenge. But oh, what a mess he has inherited! We could have nipped NK's nukes and missiles in the bud with ease not so long ago. Now we face much greater risks if and when we have to confront them. There's a reason Presidents go gray! I have faith in Trump, nonetheless.

  3. Dr. Waddy: I should add, yes, we must consider measures which would be a most regretable threat to the N. Korean people should the monstrous regime which imprisons them make it unavoidable - should they attack us - but that is the only conceivable threat we pose to their population. Truman did not wish to immolate many thousands of mostly innocent Japanese but in order to finally defeat the animals who had countenanced the rape of Nanking without sacrificing millions of Japanese and Americans, it had to be done. American popularity in Japan after only a few years of occupation bespeaks our civilization and human decency. God help the good people of N.Korea. Would that they had the means to overthrow that corpulant fiend.