[ASI] War With North Korea?

March 15th, 2017 at 4:19 pm EDT
Cliff Kincaid
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Dear Friend of America’s Survival:

President Trump just delivered an address announcing his roll back of the Obama era Fuel Economy Standards rule in the EPA. 

The Obama network has been quick to pounce. Dan Kanninen, Former EPA Liaison under Obama, Sr. Advisor to Obama 2008 and Obama 2012, and Sr. Advisor to Clinton in 2016,  has denounced Trump.

It’s great Trump has declared war on the EPA. But he needs to declare war on and clean house at the CIA.

Our new column, Media Kiss Brass as America’s Enemies Grow Stronger, looks at Trump under siege as our enemies take advantage of our weakness as a nation.

North Korea is threatening a nuclear strike on U.S. forces.

Meanwhile, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is concerned about the circulation of nude photos of female Marines. These are offensive but not as great a threat as North Korean nuclear weapons.

Former Ambassador John Bolton notes that North Korea is an “erratic communist nation [which] launched four intercontinental ballistic missiles – capable of hitting the western United States – towards Japan in a test that North Korea said was training for a nuclear strike on U.S. bases in the Pacific.”

No it’s not erratic. It is a tool of China and Russia.

On March 6,  Defense Department officials “detected and tracked multiple missile launches out of North Korea today, four of which landed in the Sea of Japan…the four medium-range ballistic missiles were launched from the northwest corner of North Korea, traveled over the Korean Peninsula and out into the sea, totaling about 1,000 kilometers in distance, or more than 620 miles.”

The danger is growing day by day. And the CIA is waging war on the President of the United States.

Send me your thoughts at Kincaid@comcast.net

For America's Survival,


Cliff Kincaid, President




 

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