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Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-Un
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: May 25, 2017 12:42AM

Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-Un start a nuclear war and die at the same time. They are greeted at the gates of hell by the Devil, who explains that they can make one final call, but such calls may be VERY expensive. Since they are rich and can't take it with them, all three agree. Putin calls Russia and talks for five minutes; the charge is one million dollars. Jong-Un calls North Korea and talks for ten minutes; the cost is two million dollars. Trump calls his family and talks bigly for hours, but the cost is only five bucks. A seething Putin demands to know why Trump got off so cheap. The Devil replies: "Since he took over, the US has gone to hell, so it's a local call!"

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Re: Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-Un
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: May 25, 2017 06:29AM

"Anthropologists have released more information about a recently discovered extinct human species. We're finding out all this really cool stuff. They say the species lived in trees, had brains the size of an orange, and plans to vote for Donald Trump for president." –Conan O'Brien

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Re: Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-Un
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: August 08, 2017 08:11PM

One way to end the Trump Putin conection,
Trump warns North Korea will be "met with fire and fury"
we are on the eve of destrution with these two insane
world leaders.
Polls say most Americans are fearful of Trumps handling of
North Korea, This Atomic Veteran feels the same way.
If you voted for this sick Trumpkin, You share guilt
ARE we safe yet?



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Re: Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-Un
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: August 08, 2017 09:00PM

North Korea threatens to attack Guam, state-run media announces

Korean People's Army said that the U.S. should "immediately stop its reckless military provocation"

Eve Of Destruction Mad Man Trump!

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Re: Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-Un
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: August 09, 2017 12:15AM

One the panelists, Jon Wolfsthal, who sits on the Bulletin's Science and Security Board, said there's no doubt Tuesday's revelations about North Korea's nuclear capabilities and President Trump's swift reaction will be factored into the final decision for the 2018 Doomsday Clock.

"These things are happening at a very quick pace, and one of the reasons we meet annually is so that we can digest a broad view of what's happening globally," Wolfsthal said. "Given the events of today, there's no question in my mind that we are much closer to a nuclear crisis than really at any time since the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962."

Something else that will likely affect the outcome of the next year's decision, according to Krauss, is Mr. Trump's behavior. Mr. Trump's handling so far of the Korean threat is "concerning" to Krauss, and he said he wishes to see the president take a more defined diplomatic stance. Meanwhile, a CBS poll indicates just one-third of Americans are confident in Mr. Trump's ability to handle the Korean threat.

At the Resurgent, Susan Wright wrote that Trump’s threat to North Korea may be “his most irresponsible move to date.” “[W]hat happens if the rest of the world begins looking at the United States and Donald Trump as the unstable world element?” she asked. “With China and Russia backing the rogue nation, it’s hard to believe that President Trump had the approval of those partners, much less his Cabinet before making a statement of this nature. This was one of Trump’s off-script moments, and with the world a powder keg, the stakes are too high to leave these matters in the hands of an inexperienced TV huckster



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Re: Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-Un
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: August 09, 2017 12:34AM

God has given Trump authority to take out Kim Jong Un.”



A right-wing pastor who serves on Donald Trump’s evangelical advisory board claims God has given the president “full power” to launch an attack on North Korea.


Robert Jeffress, head of the First Baptist Dallas megachurch, told CBN on Tuesday that a biblical passage in Romans allows rulers to use “whatever means necessary ? including war ? to stop evil.”


He said:



“In the case of North Korea, God has given Trump authority to take out Kim Jong Un. I’m heartened to see that our president ? contrary to what we’ve seen with past administrations who have taken, at best, a sheepish stance toward dictators and oppressors ? will not tolerate any threat against the American people.”



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Re: Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-Un
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: August 09, 2017 12:43AM

Trump warns North Korea will be "met with fire and fury"


“That is about the stupidest and most dangerous statement I have ever heard an American president make,” John Mecklin, editor-in-chief of Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, said to HuffPost. The Bulletin created the “Doomsday Clock,” a symbolic representation of humanity’s proximity to apocalyptic destruction.

Trump and Kim-“They are both impulsive, stubborn bullies who seem prone to escalate rather than back down. —Bruce Blair, Princeton nuclear safety expert

“The House and Senate should take immediate action to require Congressional approval of any use of nuclear weapons as a first strike option.



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Re: Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-Un
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: August 09, 2017 06:20AM

As U.S.-North Korea rhetoric heats up, fear mounts in Guam

People walk around Hagatna, Guam, Aug. 9, 2017. Despite government assurances, residents of the U.S. territory say they're afraid of being caught in the middle of rising tensions between President Trump and North Korea.

HAGATNA, Guam -- Residents of the tiny Pacific island of Guam say they're afraid of being caught in the middle of escalating tensions between the U.S. and North Korea after Pyongyang announced it was examining plans for attacking the strategically important U.S. territory.

Though local officials downplayed any threat, people who live and work on the island, which serves as a launching pad for the U.S. military, said Wednesday they could no longer shrug off the idea of being a potential target.

"I'm a little worried, a little panicked. Is this really going to happen?" said Cecil Chugrad, a 37-year-old bus driver for a tour bus company in Guam. "If it's just me, I don't mind, but I have to worry about my son. I feel like moving (out of Guam) now."
Democrats blast Trump's "fire and fury" warning to N. Korea

Poll: Americans concerned about Trump's ability to handle North Korea

Guam is used to the threats from North Korea but advances in the country's nuclear program paired with fiery rhetoric from President Donald Trump has raised the already high animosity and heightened worries that a miscalculation might spark conflict between the nuclear-armed nations.

Reports suggested North Korea mastered a technological hurdle needed to strike the U.S. with a nuclear missile. The advances were detailed in an official Japanese assessment and later a Washington Post story that cited U.S. intelligence officials and a confidential Defense Intelligence Agency report.

In response, Trump on Tuesday threatened the communist country "with fire and fury." On Wednesday, the North Korean army said in a statement that it was studying a plan to create an "enveloping fire" in areas around Guam with medium- to long-range ballistic missiles.

While it is extremely unlikely that Pyongyang would risk the assured annihilation of its revered leadership with a pre-emptive attack on U.S. citizens, some residents are concerned.

North Korea nuclear program may have reached new milestone

"If anything happens, we all got to be ready, be prepared, and pray to God that it doesn't happen," Daisy Mendiola, 56, said after finishing lunch with her family at a restaurant near Hagatna. "Everyone's afraid, because we're dealing with powers that's beyond us."

Other residents are worried about the political atmosphere and the government's ability to find a peaceful solution.

Todd Thompson, a lawyer who lives on Guam, said he laughed off past threats because he "figured cooler heads in Washington would prevail, and it was just an idle threat."

"But I have to say, I'm not laughing now," Thompson said. "My concern is that things have changed in Washington, and who knows what's going to happen?"

His brother Mitch Thompson, who also lives on Guam, added he believes "a lot of people have no confidence that the White House will do the right thing under the circumstances."

However, the brothers say they haven't seen anyone panicking or stocking up on supplies.

"I think people are just stunned and really don't know what to think," Todd Thompson said.

Guam is about 2,100 miles southeast of Pyongyang and 3,800 miles west of Honolulu in the Pacific Ocean. For years, North Korea has claimed Guam is within its missiles' striking distance, making furious statements each time when the U.S. flew powerful bombers from the island's air base to the Korean Peninsula.



S. Dakota #Airmen arrive on Guam; conduct #bilateral missions w/Japan & ROK--U.S. ready to #fighttonight [t.co] pic.twitter.com/HSOkYKHPQ4
— PACAF (@PACAF) August 8, 2017
On Tuesday, the U.S. Pacific Air Forces said in a tweet that they stood ready to "fight tonight" as American forces joined counterparts from South Korea's and Japan's air forces in joint training missions.

In August last year, the North's Foreign Ministry warned that all U.S. military bases in the Pacific including Guam would "face ruin in the face of all-out and substantial attack" by the North's military. In the spring of 2013, state media cited leader Kim Jong Un as having ordered his military to prepare plans on launching strikes on U.S. military bases in Guam, Hawaii and South Korea as well as the American mainland.

Guam is armed with the U.S. Army's defense system known as Terminal High Altitude Area Defense, or THAAD, which can intercept missiles.

Similar threats in 2013 led Guam's U.S. Congresswoman Madeleine Z. Bordallo to advocate for the THAAD system, she said in a statement Wednesday.

"North Korea's most recent threat to target Guam is dangerous and it further heightens tensions in our region," Bordallo said. "While we have heard threats like this in the past, I take them very seriously."



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