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article imageOp-Ed: North Korea Threatens South Korea and America

By Eliot Elwar     Mar 16, 2013 in World
North Korea continues threatening South Korea and America, while Chief of US Pacific forces surprisingly calls climate change the greatest concern as North Korea places South Korean island in its cross-hairs.
Recently, the US highest military officer in charge for monitoring North Korean hostile actions against South Korea and North America, and escalating tensions between China and Japan, and for assessing computer cyber-warfare attacks traced to China provided an unexpected answer when questioned about what is the biggest long-term security threat in the Pacific region: climate change, according to the Boston Globe.
After he met with scholars at Harvard and Tufts universities, Navy Admiral Samuel J. Locklear III said significant upheaval related to the warming planet “is probably the most likely thing that is going to happen. He believes climate change will cripple the security environment, probably more likely than the other scenarios we all often talk about, according to the Boston Globe. Conservative analysts warned that this would be the type of military leader who would rise to the top under a liberal extremist Obama administration. A real Commander would remove this admiral and replace him with a more clear thinking naval commander because North Korea is threatening America with nuclear war, while this “admiral” thinks the greatest crisis is “global warming.”
Conservative analysts believe it is terrifying to contemplate that naval leaders like this commander are now US military leaders. A few conservative analysts believe that this naval commander supports women in infantry combat operations. The enemies of America, probably believes that the US military has become significantly weaker and less capable for combat operations under this type of ultra-left wing leadership.
Finally, North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-Un threatened to "wipe out" a South Korean island as Pyongyang came under new economic and diplomatic fire recently from US sanctions and UN charges of gross rights abuses. Military tensions on the Korean peninsula have risen to their highest level in many years. With the communist state under the youthful Kim threatening nuclear war in response to UN sanctions imposed after its third atomic test last month, hostilities against the US and the South are increasing, according to Space War news. While liberal analysts believe that North Korea is making a bluff, conservative analysts believe that North Korea could strike South Korean and American soft targets with nuclear weapons like Japans surprise attack on Pearl Harbor because the current situation is very similar to back then.
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