China is the real object of US N. Korean tensions

China is the real object of US N. Korean tensions

This is how she is. She travels thousands of miles away from her own shores, shores that she conquered by force and deception i might add, deploying troops…weapons…warships….warplanes, and the deadliest of bombs to pour out on all who refuse her orders of bowing to her unjust and illegal world order.

No matter the continent or the geo-strategic area, she is there and if you were to look good, you would see her as the underlining cause of the trouble and disagreements between the peoples and their various nations. She stokes the tensions then poses as the guardian of peace, while in reality peace is against her purpose and aims to rule all and make all bow to her.

   It is absolutely correct to state that…..” They command the sea with their powerful navies, parking them off the shores of other nations. They secure air bases on their soils to place their deadly bomb — carrying planes within easy striking distances of those whom they fear to be their enemies. Is this not the easy way to make enemies?”–pg.169(TFOA)

  THIS IS AMERICA. WE CAN SEE IT NOW. LOOK AT THIS…” They love meddling in other people’s affairs. They are in every fight or war — it matters not with whom or where — but yet crying “Peace! Peace!” with every deadly weapon of war to provoke other nations to war.”–pg.169(TFOA)

  Is this not America? Is this not her stated policy on how to rule the people? She is executing her plans to try to keep Asia down and maintain her rule which is slipping from her grasp.


US Vice President Mike Pence, who is on a trip to South Korea, says the era of patience with North Korea is over, warning Pyongyang over its development of ballistic missiles and nuclear weapons.

On the second day of his first trip to the South since taking office, Pence headed to Camp Bonifas joint base just outside the demilitarized zone (DMZ) on the border with the North and met with South Korean and American troops stationed there.

The DMZ is a heavily mined 4-kilometers-wide strip that separates the two Koreas.

The US vice president said his country stands by its “iron-clad alliance” with South Korea and would try to maintain stability on the Korean Peninsula through strength.

Warning the North that “all options are on the table,” Pence said Washington was ready to take appropriate actions to protect South Korea.

US Vice President Mike Pence (C) talks with US General Vincent K. Brooks (R), commander of the United States Forces Korea, as they visit an observation post in the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) on the border between North and South Korea on April 17, 2017. (Photo by AFP)

“All options are on the table to achieve the objectives and ensure the stability of the people of this country,” he said. “There was a period of strategic patience but the era of strategic patience is over.”

“Just in the past two weeks, the world witnessed the strength and resolve of our new president in actions taken in Syria and Afghanistan,” he added.

“North Korea would do well not to test his resolve, or the strength of the armed forces of the United States in this region,” he said at a press conference with South Korea’s Acting President Hwang Kyo-Ahn.

Pence’s visit to the DMZ came against the backdrop of what American and South Korean officials called a “failed” missile launch by Pyongyang early on Sunday.

Describing the launch as “a provocation,” Pence said President Donald Trump was working with China and other allies to come up with a tough response.

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Trump told his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping during their summit in Florida earlier this month that the US would “act alone” on the North if China fails to help ease the tensions as Pyongyang’s main trade partner.

H.R. McMaster, Trump’s national security adviser, said Sunday that the US, its allies and China were working on a range of options “short of a military action.”

Imposing an oil embargo, a global ban on North Korea’s airline, intercepting the country’s cargo ships and punishing Chinese banks doing business with Pyongyang are some of the options that American officials say are on the agenda.

Last week, however, a US aircraft carrier-led strike group set course for the western Pacific Ocean close to the Korean Peninsula amid growing fears over the North’s weapons tests.

For Pence, the visit to the region bears a personal significance, since his father fought in the 1950-53 Korean War.

Abe calls on North to deescalate

Meanwhile, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has called on North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un to avoid escalating the situation and drop its nuclear program in compliance with UN resolutions.

US President Donald Trump (R) Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (Photo by AFP)

“Japan will closely cooperate with the US and South Korea over North Korea and will call for China to take a bigger role,” Abe told the parliament on Sunday.

In February, North Korea launched four ballistic missiles off its east coast, three of which landed close to Japan.

Pyongyang, already under a raft of sanctions for its missile and nuclear programs, says it is developing arms as deterrence against the US, which has been deploying advanced weaponry to the South for quite some time now.

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