North Korea Missile Tests

North Korea Missile Tests

The United Nations, under the leadership of the United States, has imposed sanctions upon sanctions on North Korea for its missile testing. This has only made North Korea more determined to develop missiles with a capability to do harm to that giant world power which is so intent on its destruction.

Indeed it would be irresponsible for the North Koreans NOT to work on producing longer and longer range missiles. How else to keep the wolf from the door? The nuclear proliferation that Harry Truman set in motion in 1945 by refusing to share the atomic secrets with the world, has followed its logical course, where impoverished nations like Pakistan, India and North Korea pour fortunes into developing nuclear bombs and threatening to obliterate mankind. What’s good for the goose is good for the gander.

For more information on North Korea Missile Tests and why our involvement in the Korean War has caused this crisis, read my book, “Give ’em Hell” Harry’s Liberation of Korea.

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Excerpt from “Give ’em Hell” Harry’s Liberation of Korea:

During the Korean War the United States intentionally and without apology tried to kill almost every man, woman and child in North Korea, and, with less intention and some apology, did the same to our “allies” in South Korea. Korea became a playground for American Air Power. New and bigger bombs were tested. Faster and more destructive fighter jets were developed. New techniques for destroying large dams, rice crops and cities were introduced. There was no North or South Korea to our Bombers, only “gooks” and targets. The deliberate burning of cities and killing of civilians in North Korea was called “strategic bombing,” while the inevitable burning of cities and the killing of civilians in South Korea was called “collateral damage.”