There is one way to eliminate the threat of nuclear weapons from North Korea, and experts are saying it is not feasible. As Trump gears up for his tour of Asia, the Pentagon is asking him to tone things down in light of a new report saying the only way to defuse nuclear threat would be a ground invasion. They warn that it is impossible to estimate the casualties that would be lost to this effort and insist America is not up for the challenge.
Trump on the other hand is more optimistic about “No one, no dictator, no regime … should underestimate American resolve,” said the President. “You are the greatest threat to tyrants and dictators who seek to prey on the innocent,” adding that all authoritarian regimes should move toward “prosperity and peace.”
Christian News Alerts explains further:
“The only way to ‘locate and destroy – with complete certainty – all components of North Korea’s nuclear weapons programs’ is through a ground invasion,” wrote Rear Adm. Michael J. Dumont, vice director of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, in a military assessment to US lawmakers.
The report went on to say that although a ground invasion would be necessary, it would potentially be disastrous for ground forces as the North Korean regime can still utilize a devastating array of biological weapons in retaliation.
The report added that US security experts “assess that North Korea may consider the use of biological weapons” and that President Kim Jong-un’s regime “has a long-standing chemical weapons program with the capability to produce nerve, blister, blood and choking agents.”
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