Mad Dog Mattis to North Korea, any threat will be met by Massive military response
Secretary of Defense James “Mad Dog” (I love that nickname, I wonder what that midget in North Korea thinks when Mad Dog offers a warning) issued a stern warning to North Korea on Sunday, saying the country would be hit with a “massive military response” if it continues to threaten the US.
Mattis mentioned any threats to the US and their allies, including territories such as Guam, would cause the US to respond with strong military action. The elephant in the room is Barack Hussein Obama and Bill Clinton did nothing about the North Korean threat and Clinton funded their nukes. Related post Kim Jun un is a threat to Japan fires Missile over Northern Japan
“Any threat to the United States or its territories including Guam or our allies will be met with a massive military response,” Mattis said outside of the White House after a meeting with President Donald Trump.
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“Mad Dog” called out Kim in a statement to the press.
“Kim Jong Un should take heed the United Nations Security Council’s unified voice. All members unanimously agreed on the threat North Korea poses. And they remain unanimous in their commitment to the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. Because we are not looking to the total annihilation of a country, namely, North Korea,” Mattis said.
The White House released a statement Sunday stating Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe spoke on the phone about North Korea’s nuclear test. The two leaders “pledged to continue close cooperation.”
The new developments are a result of North Korea conducting its sixth and most powerful nuclear test Sunday, but Trump is not backing down.
“President Trump reaffirmed
the commitment of the United States to defending our homeland, territories, and allies using the full range of diplomatic, conventional, and nuclear capabilities at our disposal,” the White House stated.
Other developments resulting from the North Korean launch is South Korea Defense Minister Song Young-moo saying Monday he would like the US to consider redeploying nuclear weapons to the peninsula as threats from North Korea intensify.
Song said he spoke with Defense Secretary James Mattis and asked him to beef up the U.S. military presence in and around South Korea as its northern neighbor shows no signs of backing off its aggressive actions that include multiple missile tests this year.
In other developments, the presidents of China and Russia agreed late on Sunday to “appropriately deal with” North Korea’s sixth and most powerful nuclear test, Xinhua reported, with Beijing strongly condemning Pyongyang’s action.
If attention is what Kim Jong Un is craving, which most isolationist Socialist crave. Attention he is getting.