War-mongering Joe Biden who is barely legible half the time has threatened North Korea. He says that if Kim Jong-Un initiates a nuclear attack, that would “result in the end” of the totalitarian regime.
“A nuclear attack by North Korea against the United States or its allies or partners is unacceptable and will result in the end of whatever regime were to take such an action,” Biden told reporters at the White House.
Speaking alongside Biden, South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol added that“sustainable peace on the Korean peninsula does not happen automatically. We can achieve peace through the superiority of overwhelming forces and not a false peace based on the goodwill of the other side,” Yoon said, adding that in the event of a nuclear attack from the north, the United States and South Korea would “respond swiftly, overwhelmingly and decisively using the full force of the alliance, including US nuclear weapons.”
This rhetoric sounds alarmingly like the “war is peace” quote by George Orwell in his infamous book, 1984.
War is peace.
Freedom is slavery.
Ignorance is strength.
[George Orwell, 1984] pic.twitter.com/k6vPIYDmXU
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Biden’s regime is following in the footsteps of Trump’s with an abundance of warmongering rhetoric. Trump, who in 2017 warned North Korea that he would respond with “fire and fury like the world has never seen” if the country threatened the U.S. with nuclear weapons, also drove tension higher. North Korea ignored Trump’s warning and tested a nuclear bomb a month later. Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un agreed to a detente and went on to meet several times, and the North’s missile tests came to a halt for most of Trump’s remaining time in office, according to a report by RT.
Yoon’s predecessor, Moon Jae-in, largely went along with Trump’s policy of diplomatic outreach to Kim. Yoon, however, has taken a much more hardline stance on his neighbor to the north. In a speech in January, Yoon raised the possibility of his administration acquiring “our own nuclear weapons,” something that more than two thirds of South Koreans want, according to recent polls. –RT
An agreement, signed Wednesday has ended all diplomatic solutions, however. Known as the “Washington Declaration”, the agreement boosts nuclear information-sharing between the U.S. and Korea and provides for more joint military drills and the deployment of nuclear-armed U.S. submarines and bombers to South Korea on a rotating basis.
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