Wednesday, August 16, 2017
TKC MUST READ!!! KANSAS CITY'S OWN CRAIG GLAZER SOLVES NORTH KOREA NUKE CRISIS FOR PREZ TRUMP!!!
Amid a tough weekend in the media, the threat of nuke conflict still looms over the U.S., here's a hot take from our pal Craig. Checkit:
Craig Glazer: Now What For U.S. Trump and North Korea?
Crazy guy, KIm Jong-Un North Korea's dictator, is now saying he has plans for more missile launches including some aimed at Guam or other U.S. positions. What should or can the United States do to end the potential problem? Is there really a 'real' threat or possible attack against our homeland in the first place?
Everyone has an opinion. Mine is simple: Kim Jong wants to be a true world power, thats his goal. He thinks nuclear power and world attention for having it and an itch to use it will give him the 'stage' he desires. So far he's right. Answer take away the stage! How.
Here comes President Trump. Its the best of times for an alliance with Russia and perhaps China. Finally. In the end its in all of our best interests to avoid the United States taking real action against North Korea. There is no argument that both China and Russia want the United States economic investments and help. We are still number one in most things that count. Russia has been on the quiet side of this one to start with, right.
Trump can tell Russia and Putin that if the nut doesn't cut it out, he will have him and his top people eliminated. Another option is 'two can play war games' we can deliver our own missiles close to North Korea as a 'test' see how that feels. Of course we can cut off economic aid and biz with all countries that stand by Kim.
Lastly we can simply BLAST them at any time and eliminate the threat! It is highly unlikely North Korea would ever really attack the United States. What would they gain? It would be their end, they know that. So there is no point to try it, right.
There is one more choice, stop giving them so much attention. Let it fall off. We ARE THE MEDIA, not them. Don't remember the last time I saw a tv show or news special on anything of beauty or interest coming out of North Korea. Not a place I ever planned to visit.