John Kerry is the last person President Trump would or should listen to when it comes to advice on North Korea. Kerry’s idiocy is legendary but his urging weakening our position…
We have all seen how the complete dependence upon one-sided diplomacy and negotiations from the weakest position possible by John Kerry and Hussein Obama have left us with a horrible mess both in the case of North Korea and with Iran.
Iran was on its last legs economically when Obama, Kerry and Jarrett came to the rescue, giving them everything they needed to become a terrorist world power on the path to nuclear weapons.
They’re even further along with North Korea, their refusal to act resulting in the dumping of a nuclear rogue state that is rapidly gaining the ability to strike anywhere in the United States into the lap of President Trump.
The words of John Kerry are interesting not because anyone in their right mind, particularly President Trump, would listen to his words of advice, but because he’s still insisting on more of the same, failing to admit that he and Obama have totally screwed things up and trying to put a positive spin on what we see as their failures, their successes in strengthening our enemies.
Kerry says, “I think what the President needs to do is make sure that he’s not feeding into North Korea’s fear of regime change or of a unilateral attack or otherwise and I think the rhetoric to date has frankly, stepped over the line with respect to the messages that are being sent.”
This coward and traitor who, with his daughter pillaged America through the aid handed out by the State Department he ran, is calling attention to the fact that he knows nothing about negotiating after all these years and his record with the worst deal of all time to his “credit,” the Iran deal.
He warns President Trump against strengthening our position by planting uncertainty and fear into the mind of Kim Jong-un and urges instead that do everything we can to assuage his concerns of being swept from power and from the face of the earth. Kerry should know that fear and power are what motivate thugs like Kim, but his record of appeasement first certainly doesn’t indicate that is the case.
As if North Korea wasn’t already, for the past 25 years, working towards acquiring a nuclear weapon and the do-nothing administrations helping in that endeavor with their “strategic patience” policies, Kerry attempts to divert attention away from his and Obama’s failures.
He says, “It’s given North Korea a reason to say, ‘Hey, we need the bomb. Because if we don’t have a bomb, we’re gonna, you know, not be able to protect ourselves and they’ll come after us.” Kerry can see the threat posed to N. Korea but can’t or won’t recognize that their being armed with Nukes puts the US in that very position.
What was their reason for attempting to develop a bomb for the 25 years prior to President Trump’s arrival, Kerry? And if they were saying the same thing before we got tough with them isn’t it possible that continuing to plant sloppy wet ones on Kim Jong-un’s backside would have kept delivering the same pathetic “Obama Kerry Bush Clinton” failed results?
Kerry closes his exhibition in idiocy by saying, “So, we’ve got to get into the dialogue. It’s not going to be easy, it’s not going to happen overnight. Lots of negotiations have taken a long time.” We don’t have a long time, Kerry and his globalist comrades pissed it all away.
Following his negotiations timetable guarantees a nuclear armed N. Korea with the ability to strike anywhere in the US within a year and Iran shortly thereafter. Then what kind of negotiating position will we be in? The one the globalists want us in, weak and prone to surrender for the sake of survival.
— Christiane Amanpour (@camanpour) November 6, 2017
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