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China will move in if North fails? Man!!! As if this needs to be said...




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real clear politics.com: if North Korea Collapses, Chinese Military Will Act Swiftly To Put In New Leader



JOHN BATCHELOR: The can has been kicked for so many years, it is difficult to say who started this. Certainly Clinton time, Bush time, Obama time, they did not confront a predator state with nuclear weapons and ambitions to dominate North Asia.

China, watch China. President Obama did not watch China very carefully. He turned away from China. He did not confront the Chinese problem with North Korea. President Trump is confronting it. It is not of his making, but he is confronting it, and he is talking to President Xi all the time.

The most important detail -- the thing to watch is the Chinese. They are deploying major military assets to the area of the Yalu river. Why? Because if North Korea collapses, they do not want the peninsula reunited. They do not want a U.S. ally on their border. And they will move effectively to put their own new guy into Pyongyang. Watch the Chinese, not the Japanese, not the Americans. Watch the Chinese.


Putin's a killer. This was the claim made by Fox News journalist; Bill O'Reilly during his recent interview with Donald Trump. Trump's reply came in the form of a simple question. What, you think our country's so innocent?

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Now you see why all the evil committed in North Korea is the fault of the Russians and the chinese

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