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China Makes Horrific Move Against America

Sunday, September 10, 2017 12:17
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When you look at China’s recent behavior, it appears that they are not interested in preventing a military solution to the North Korea problem.

Newsmax recently reported that, while China has cut back on purchasing goods from North Korea, they have increased the amount of products they are selling to Pyongyang. This means that the Kim regime is still receiving the resources they need to continue developing their nuclear program.

While China did not veto the recent round of sanctions imposed by the United Nations on the North Korean regime, it appears they are working to offset some of the impact of the sanctions. The New York Times indicates that the continued flow of Chinese goods into North Korea could be the reason why economic sanctions have not had much of an effect on Pyongyang — they are still getting enough resources to keep their citizens satisfied.

The sanctions imposed by the United States and the United Nations are designed to put a stop to North Korea’s nuclear program without resorting to military action. The hope is that if North Korea does not have the resources it needs to continue on its path to obtain nuclear capability, they will be forced to cease its efforts.

China is essentially helping the North Korean regime move forward with their nuclear program and their recklessness in this regard could result in an extremely dangerous situation. The closer Pyongyang gets to going nuclear, the more likely it will be that the United States will take military action. War with North Korea would be devastating to all nations involved.

If the United States were to launch an attack on Pyongyang, they would immediately respond with a strike on South Korea. Right now, the DPRK has missiles pointed directly at Seoul.

If they launched a missile strike on Seoul, they would cause a significant number of casualties — which would include the U.S. troops we have stationed in the region. This is one of the main reasons we have not already invaded North Korea.

Additionally, if the United States invades North Korea, it would result in even more U.S. casualties. While it is clear that we would be victorious, North Korea has the 5th largest army in the world. Victory could come at a tremendous cost.

Let’s not forget about China — who relies on North Korea to provide a strategic buffer zone that would serve as a barrier to an invading army. It is in China’s best interest that they maintain control over the region, which is why they have allied with the Kim regime.

So what would they do if we invaded? Nobody knows for sure, but a war with Pyongyang could also result in a war with China. Needless to say, this could turn into a much bigger conflict than we might have imagined.

A prolonged war with China could potentially bring other nations into the fight. It is not unrealistic to believe that this could turn into another world war.

There are no easy solutions to the situation in North Korea. China seems to be the only hope for a peaceful resolution — but they do not appear to be interested in staving off an international disaster. Hopefully, the Trump administration can apply enough pressure to China’s government to get them to prevent a war.


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  • Bass_Clef

    This is just horrible, shocking, sickening, bone-chilling, gut-wrenching and appalling. But, this one weird trick will change your life and restore your faith in humanity: and it rests on you to recognize click bait titles (like this article for instance). This is old, regurgitated news with a click bait title. Nothing to see here!

  • truck driver

    Chinese buffet said we may not be here much longer

    • Arcturus

      Chinese buffet? There are many delectable choices in a Chinese buffet, but it always happens that an hour later you are hungry again.

      • Anonymous

        On the other hand, towns with Chinese buffets don’t have stray dog or cat problems. The question is, was that Peking Beef, or was it really Mu Shu Mutt? (Yes, delectable, and it all tastes like chicken.)

  • Anonymous

    Who cares what the Jew York Slimes indicates?

    • Anonymous

      Question to self. I wonder when the morons at BIN are ever or not going to put the newest comments on top like most other web sites. Fucking dildos. sic.

  • Philo

    Just another CIA written piece that pushes the NWO agenda !
    Leave the Koreans be ! Yankee go home and clean up your own mess !
    You have made your country into a less than third rate BANANA REPUBLIC.!
    Because of that more people have died for your regime inside and outside your country, than ever died for/because of the Soviets.and other communist regimes.
    Meanwhile your freedoms have been taken from you and you are living in a worse than communistic country.
    If you had not worked so hard at making yourself the most hated people around the world, you now would be the laughing stock for all those you have terrorized for so long.
    So : GO HOME YOU IDIOTS!!! and peace will finally come to the world!!!!!

  • Jerry

    This is a fight between the US and N.Korea. To expect China to get involved and threaten their friend is dumb. I feel China’s position is a fair one. IF the US attacks first, China will help N. Korea. If N.Korea attacks first, then they are at the mercy of the US and China stays out of it. This idea keeps the balance and prevents war. Thank you China for your good wisdom


    FOR STARTERS, the US must renounce the war for dollars policy. called the preemptive strike doctrine, it has caused the entire problem, and of course poppy bush bush installed it bush jr put it on paper as a doctrine. If the war begins give credit where it belongs.

  • Pink Slime

    China says it will be neutral if NorKor attacks first. We need a FF operation (which I heard we are good at, very good, think Pearl Harbor, 9/11, Battleship Maine) and it was foolish of China to say that.

    We’ll play their hand now. :lol:


    If the US stopped all China goods imported to the US and not allowed any China ownership of any business in the US and no ownership of any property: homes, land or any asset, then everything would change. Don’t let China ‘buy’ America!

  • Bass_Clef

    It’s all bluster, this isn’t going to happen. It’s just too “horrific” to be true…

  • Counter Analysis

    How much control or influence does China have over NK? That is the question. If we assume China holds large sway over NK, then it would seem China is gearing up for a war with the US. I say this because it is not in China’s interest to have America strengthen its ties with Asian countries not aligned with China, while also moving massive military hardware into the region which has a dual, and maybe primary purpose of countering China. China would only play NK as a pawn and permit these counter interests if it believed war is inevitable with the US, and they would rather face a weakened and overextended adversary. Also, if NK can be turned into a debacle for the US, then maybe bloodied American Allies in Asia will rethink their alliances.

    If China’s influence over NK has waned, then perhaps they also share some interest in the demise of the NK regime. They may be content to sit back while the US and its allies absorb the most punishment, and then demand a lion’s share of the loot and governing authority in exchange for not interfering in the take-down. There are likely secret deals that have already been worked out whether or not they are ultimately honored. I would expect China to demand high concessions in many areas outside of NK in exchange for it’s neutrality.

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