There is no suggestion the President wants to go to war with North Korea. You see, we have been at war with North Korea CONTINUOUSLY since June 25, 1950.
Armed hostilities ended on July 27, 1953, when an armistice was signed. An armistice does not end a war; it merely suspends armed hostilities.
1- a temporary suspension of hostilities by agreement of the warring parties
2- an agreement between opposing armies to suspend hostilities in order to discuss peace terms; truce
This war with North Korea is the longest ongoing war in all U.S. history, 67 years ongoing, to be precise.
Kim Jong-un openly, publicly, and forcefully declares he will launch nuclear weapons upon the United States of America. This declaration does not start a war; it signals the imminent end to the armistice.
The “can’t we just coexist” people denounce President Trump’s open readiness for a preemptive strike.
President Trump is not a Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, or even a George Bush, with respect to his resolve to prevent a nuclear attack on these United States by a rogue North Korean government.
I applaud the President for his bold stand. We have a president who knows the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.
What you need to know about Kim Jong-un
At the outset of our war with Japan, Emperor Hirohito was the god of the Japanese people. Kim Jong-un is the god of North Korea. The usual and customary mindset of people is simply this: a god is invincible, indestructible.
The present Japanese Emperor Akihito does not serve as the god of Japan. And, at the end of this present conflict, Kim Jon-un will also be proven to not be an invincible god.
There is one truly invincible God. He’s the Creator of the universe, Father of all mankind. He is our Savior, our Healer, our Provider and it is in Him that we live and move and have our being.
I choose to pray for my President and all in authority, that wisdom and discernment will prevail and that our leaders will be fearless in the defense of our country.