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Why Is The DNC Poking The Hornets Nest N/K?

Started by Solar, March 18, 2021, 10:58:18 PM

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Solar

NK has been quiet and not disrupting anything, until the left kept poking and prodding them for some stupid reason.
NK stated, leave us alone or you'll regret it, so WTF Libs?


U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin warns North Korea: U.S. forces are ready to "fight tonight"


U.S.-Korean Alliance is Key to Peace, Stability in Northeast Asia



North Korea continues to act against United Nations resolutions calling on the nation to stop its nuclear weapons program. The United States and South Korea "remain committed to the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula," he said. "There is no daylight between us on this point."

Working closely with our allies and partners will allow us to meet every challenge and outmatch any competitor.''

Austin stressed the importance of maintaining military readiness. "Our force remains ready to 'fight tonight,' and we continue to make progress toward the eventual transition of wartime operational control to a [Republic of Korea]-commanded, future Combined Forces Command."

Combined Forces Command is currently commanded by Army Gen. Robert Abrams, but the command is truly a combined headquarters. "While meeting all the conditions for this transition will take more time, I'm confident that this process will strengthen our alliance," Austin said.

The secretary said the United States and South Korea together must address global security challenges and engage in long-term strategic competition with China. China, more than Russia, is the Defense Department's "pacing threat" for the years ahead, the secretary said.

American and South Korean leaders walk together during a welcoming ceremony.
The meeting served to help the leaders of the two nations to identify areas where the United States and South Korea can work together to uphold the rules-based international system that has served the region so well. The meeting also looked at how to help partner nations build capacity and capabilities to support their own sovereignty.

Although a State Department document, Austin noted he was pleased at the initialing of the Special Measures Agreement with South Korea. It is part-and-parcel of the new administration's efforts to revitalize the network of alliances and partnerships, he said.

"That is why we also reaffirmed our commitment to the U.S.-ROK-Japan trilateral defense cooperation, because we recognize the value of 'multilateralism' and we value a forward-looking agenda to address both current and future shared challenges," Austin said.

The combined meeting of foreign affairs and defense ministers reflects the U.S. belief in leading with diplomacy with backing from a strong military posture. Allies and partners are key, the secretary said, to American strategy. "Working closely with our allies and partners will allow us to meet every challenge and outmatch any competitor," Austin said.


https://www.defense.gov/Explore/News/Article/Article/2541273/us-korean-alliance-is-key-to-peace-stability-in-northeast-asia/
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