North Korea

Is it a Bad Idea to ‘Rattle Sabers’ in North Korea’s Direction?

Former Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX) is worried that the current U.S. posture toward North Korea may be self-defeating.

The Trump Administration seems determined to provoke North Korea. Washington is sending over SEAL Team 6, Delta Forces, B-52s and B-1s, F-35s and more for a series of military exercises that will include preparing for “regime change” and for taking out Kim Jong-Un. The North Korean leader may be a paranoid, but wouldn’t such a massive show of force on anyone’s border produce some paranoia? Where is all of this headed?

We discuss in today’s Liberty Report:

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Reposted with Permission from the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity.

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