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I’m a non-interventionist. It’s my belief that as long as a sovereign country is not a true threat to the United States, our allies, or our citizens abroad, they should be allowed to handle their affairs as they see fit. The Iraq War, for example, was not what I would consider to be a proper intervention. They were not a true threat and while will say the world is a better place without Saddam Hussein, I say that wasn’t our call to make.
North Korea is quickly becoming a true threat to our allies in South Korea and Japan as well as directly to us. They are building and testing nuclear weapons with the sole intent of being able to hit the United States. That’s not an assumption. North Korea has declared this. It’s time for America to declare something back. If they have one more test, whether in the form of a ballistic missile launch or an underground nuclear detonation, we will preemptively strike their military facilities.
Then, when they do their next test, we should do it.
Build international support
President Trump is a great salesman. It’s time for the administration to hit the world leader circuit and make the case for preemptively striking.
As a non-interventionist, my perspectives flow in both directions. We shouldn’t go where we’re not needed and nobody should be telling us what we can and cannot do as long as we’re not interfering with their interests. I’m not suggesting we go out and get international support for permission. We should go out to make sure North Korea knows we have support.
It won’t be easy. Most will not be happy with a preemptive strike, which is why this needs to NOT go through the United Nations. One country at a time, the President and the State Department need to tell all world leaders of our intentions. They need to heavily quote North Korea’s regime as they brag about being able to hit us, South Korea, and Japan. They also need to be asked what they would do if Kim Jong-un had a problem with them and was working towards building nuclear weapons to attack them.
All we need is a few countries saying the don’t necessarily like the idea, but they’re willing to be supportive of a nation protecting its sovereignty.
Go through Congress
This can’t be an action by President Trump alone. He needs to get Congress to pass a North Korea resolution declaring them a credible threat to the safety of Americans and therefore an enemy who can be attacked without a declaration of war as long as certain criteria are met. Those criteria would include a date in the near future, after which any nuclear testing would be construed as an act of war.
Make the threat
Once these two things are complete, it will be time to make it official so everyone in the North Korean government is aware of our intentions.
Follow through with action if necessary
The goal of all of this is to prevent North Korea from continuing to test its missiles and nuclear weapons. As Senator Lindsey Graham said earlier today, “Every missile test, every underground test of a nuclear weapon, means the marriage is more likely. I think we’re really running out of time.”
While I rarely agree with Senator Graham, on this point he’s absolutely correct. If they perform another test, we will need to take out any facilities we believe to be used in the development and testing of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles capable of hitting the United States.
We don’t want to have to do it, but it may no longer be possible to address the issue by the time they’re capable of attacking us. Based upon what we’ve seen from Kim Jong-un, he’s the last person we want to be able to nuke us. We need to make the threats work, but if they don’t we’ll need to do what we have to in order to protect our country.
The first direct threat since the Cold War
Not since the breakup of the U.S.S.R. has there been a credible threat who could attack the United States mainland. Now that North Korea is on the verge of being able to attack us with nuclear weapons, we have to prevent it. Many people domestically and abroad will be against this plan. Unfortunately, it’s come to this. We have to hit them before they can hit us.
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