Rex Tillerson Is Preparing The US For Nuclear War With North Korea.

by Pamela Williams
“Let me be very clear: the policy of strategic patience has ended,” said Tillerson.  Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is through baby-sitting North Korea.  Tillerson is not mincing his words, and I pray North Korea wakes up before it is too late.
Although Mainstream News Media has been absent from communications with the Trump Administration, FOX NEWS is maintaining a very close working relationship with the Trump Team.  FOX has always supported President Trump, and I think FOX has bridged Mainstream with Alternative Media.  They have a very special place in the Trump Camp now, and they earned it.  Good for FOX.
In an exclusive interview with FOX NEWS, Tillerson is direct and to the point.  Frankly, I take Tillerson at his exact word, so take heed.
“We’re exchanging views,” Tillerson said, while standing a few feet within what is technically North Korean territory inside what is known as the Joint Security Area.
“Nothing has been taken off the table,” he said, when asked whether he would rule out nuclearization of the peninsula, during the interview with Fox News.
Tillerson, who’s called the past 20 years of diplomacy toward North Korea a failure, has said the world needs a new strategy.
“Let me be very clear: the policy of strategic patience has ended,” said Tillerson in a later press availability in Seoul with South Korean Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se.
“If they elevate the threat of their weapons program to a level we believe requires action that option is on the table,” Tillerson also said, adding the U.S. wants to avoid military conflict and hopes other measures convince North Korea to suspend its weapons programs. 
President Trump, bolstering his secretary of state’s comments, tweeted Friday morning that North Korea is “behaving very badly.” 
The Obama Administration did not take the North Korea threat seriously, and stepped back from addressing it.  Tillerson is a man, who will not fail to address with action what he says, and  President Trump will support Tillerson in whatever he decides.
Tillerson is in China today, and he plans on more straight talk with the Chinese in asking them to talk with North Korea, encouraging the Country to stop with the nuclear threats.  The world cannot continue to turn a blind-eye to Lil’ Kim as he continues firing missiles into the sea.  
I have tried to understand what Lil’ Kim is trying to say to the world, but it is futile.  He is a mentally disturbed man, who has inherited his power.  He has murdered without pause, and North Korea is the playground he uses to threaten the world with annihilation.  
I have made it my point to stick to what I said when President Trump won the Election.  I told my husband I was putting my trust first, of course, in God.  However, after God, I will trust President Trump to run the Country.
I don’t know about the rest of you, but I had grown weary of not having a Leader/President to carry this Country out of the ruination it had fallen in.  I missed having a President who would dare to touch the people.  President Trump realizes he needs to stay in touch with the people of this Country.  He wants to include us in his decisions.  He reaches out to us, and we reach back.
I see Trump’s Administration as a well oiled machine that is always serviced and running full steam ahead.  He cannot do it all, and he has appointed those he sees as competent leaders to assist him.  He views these leaders as he views himself, and he takes them at their word.
In saying this, I see the role Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is playing right now.  President Trump is not afraid of losing control to Tillerson, as he positioned Tillerson to do exactly what he is doing.  If Tillerson says it is time to deal with Lil’ Kim, it is not a threat…it is a promise.
 
Source: www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/03/17/tillerson-refuses-to-rule-out-nuclearization-asian-allies-to-keep-north-korea-in-check.html
 

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