The Experiment Failed: Time for Trump To Go!

I voted for Hillary, she didn’t win. I also voted for John Anderson, he didn’t win.  Voted for many candidates through the years who lost.

I swallowed and gave them my support.  None of those politicians brought us this close to war.  None has been as cavalier as Donald Trump who’s reckless Tweets could provoke a nuclear war

Sunday I wrote on my Facebook page: Thousands, millions could Die. Including my children and yours because of a Whacked out man is sending tweets and poking and taunting a child in North Korea.

This is BEYOND SERIOUS!! Korea has been a problem for years, but not one Obama, Bush, Clinton, or Bush has provoked a leader like this.

Especially a country who is led by a young man under 35 who has the ability to silence millions with a nuclear weapon. With missiles than can reach Hawaii and the West Coast of the United States.

I’m not sure what the next step is because this is New to all of us. But something has to be done.

This outweighs human rights, Obamacare or a knee. I’m not in denial, just because we haven’t been attacked like Europe or the Middle East doesn’t mean it cant happen here, because of a tweet.

Our politicians have failed us.  The Republicans are choosing party over country.  The Democrats are less than ineffective, drowning in rhetoric, a party without solutions waiting for there turn in office, where they like he Republicans fight for direction.

When I posted on Facebook a couple of days ago, I said I wasn’t sure what the next step was?

Today, September 26, 2017, I’m clearer.  We have to take back our country. It doesn’t matter what party you belong t0   Our leader is taunting other leader, calling him names.   Being a younger man the taunting if effecting his ego and while there are wiser and saner heads in North Korea, he is the leader and like our leader he can order a strike on our nation or another nation resulting in the death of thousands of sons, daughters, mothers and fathers.   Over a tweet.

Movements start slowly. with five or ten people

 On Sunday, October 1, 2017  its time to tell the world the Experiment has failed.  Time to set in motion for Donald J Trump to return to private life.

Its not going to happen overnight,  Silence isn’t working and millions of lives are at stake!

On Sunday, October 1, 2017 at 2pm in your time zone.  Call a few friends, meet at your City Halls,public parks for couple of hours.  Make your signs “Trump has to go!”






Lets create a war with Korea. Perhaps this will slow the Russian Investigation

North Korea Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho (Photo: AFP)

 North Korea Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho (Photo: AFP)

Far fetched? 

Based on everything that has happened (so far) with the Trump administration is this the idea far fetched?

Yesterday,  North Korea Minister Ri Youg Ho accused Donald Trump of declaring war with his country after tweeting ” North Korea wont be around much longer”

“Since the United States declared war on our country, we will have every right to make all self-defensive counter measures, including the right to shoot down the United States strategic bombers at any time even when they are not yet inside the aerospace border of our country,” Ri said.
Earlier today, South Korea’s Yonhap news agency said North Korea appears to have boosted defenses on its east coast.
Meanwhile, as White House Press Secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders was playing defense saying the US had not declared war.  President Trump was tweeting up a storm about the NFL, criticizing Puerto Rico and John McCain.
As the Russian Investigation continues we learn the White House is resisting Mueller’s request for documents  including documents and emails relating to the dismissals of former national security adviser Michael Flynn and Comey, as well as Trump’s Oval Office meeting with senior Russian officials in which he said Comey’s firing eased pressure on the White House.
We’ve learned at least six of Trumps closest advisers occasionally used private email addresses to discuss White House matters.

Jared Kushner, Stephen Bannon, Reince Priebus, Gary D Cohn, Stephen Miller and daughter Ivanka Trump.

Officials are supposed to use government emails for their official duties so their conversations are available to the public and those conducting oversight. But it is not illegal for White House officials to use private email accounts as long as they forward work-related messages to their work accounts so they can be preserved.



North Korea nuclear threat: should California start panicking?

As rhetoric between North Korea and the US ratchets up, should major cities on the west coast be worried about a missile strike? Experts say the answer is tricky

Unidentified rockets at a military parade marking the 105th anniversary of the birth of late North Korean leader Kim Il-Sung in Pyongyang on 15 April 2017.

Unidentified rockets at a military parade marking the 105th anniversary of the birth of late North Korean leader Kim Il-sung in Pyongyang on 15 April 2017. Photograph: Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images

In test blasts, military parades and propaganda videos that show San Francisco and Washington DC in ruins, North Korea has broadcast its intention to be a world nuclear power. Less clear, experts say, is how close the secretive nation is to realizing its ambitions to threaten the mainland of the United States.

As rhetoric between the two nations has ratcheted up in recent weeks, residents of major west coast cities such as San Francisco, Portland and Seattle have begun to ask out loud: should they be worried?

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Scary Stuff: Russia warns US/US sends war ships toward North Korea

Fighter jet onboard USS Carl Vinson.

North Korea is vowing tough action to counter any moves by the US after it sent the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier and its battle group to waters off the Korean peninsula. Photograph: Lee Jin-man/AP

“He’d bomb the shit out of them”

For years, The leaders in North Korea were like a mischievous child.  Making threats breaking things to get the worlds attention and respect.  Wanting a place at the adult table.

Since taking power last year, 34 year old Supreme Leader,Kim Jong-un has accelerated the county’s nuclear missile program.   Experts believe North Korea will have missiles capable of reaching Australia in two years and America in four.

The world is concerned about this mischievous child. While Korea hasn’t attacked another country in over sixty years, the question is when.   When will the mischievous child have a full on tantrum?  Korea currently doesn’t have range to fire missiles to Europe, and the Americas, it does has a sophisticated fleet of  submarines capable of firing missiles.  Experts believe North Korea’s navy has around 70 submarines in its fleet, although only a handful today are believed to be capable of firing submarine-launched ballistic missiles or so-called SLBMs.

North Korean state media on Tuesday warned of a nuclear attack on the United States at any sign of a U.S. pre-emptive strike as a U.S. Navy strike group led by a nuclear-powered aircraft steamed towards the western Pacific.

Tension has escalated sharply on the Korean peninsula with talk of military action by the United States gaining traction following its strikes last week against Syria and amid concerns the reclusive North may soon conduct a sixth nuclear test.

“Our revolutionary strong army is keenly watching every move by enemy elements with our nuclear sight focused on the U.S. invasionary bases not only in South Korea and the Pacific operation theater but also in the U.S. mainland,” it said.

North Korea shares a border with Russia and China and is 5800 miles from the west coast of the United States.

45, wants something to be done immediately!  He want’s China to put pressure on North Korea

In a tweet, “I explained to the President of China that a trade deal with the U.S. will be far better for them if they solve the North Korean problem,”

In a Second tweet “North Korea is looking for trouble. If China decides to help, that would be great. If not, we will solve the problem without them! U.S.A.,”


From the Washington Post

China’s Xi calls Trump, urges peaceful approach to North Korea

Chinese President Xi Jinping urged President Trump to find a peaceful solution to the crisis on the Korean Peninsula during a telephone call between the two leaders early Wednesday, state media reported.  The phone call comes just four days after the pair held face-to-face talks in Florida “

Xi Jinping stressed that China insists on realizing the goal of denuclearization of the peninsula, insists on maintaining peace and stability on the peninsula, advocates resolving the problem through peaceful means and is willing to maintain communication and coordination with the U.S. side on the issue of the peninsula,” the paper wrote.

In a sign of its own growing discomfort at being caught in the middle, China’s Foreign Ministry also weighed in soon after.  “It is irresponsible and even dangerous to take any actions that may escalate the tension,” spokesman Lu Kang told a regular news conference. “All relevant parties should exercise restraint and keep calm, ease the tension instead of provoking each other and adding fuel to the fire.”

But Lv Chao, a North Korean studies expert at Liaoning Academy of Social Sciences, said the situation on the Korean Peninsula appeared to top the agenda, warning that it had become a “very serious standoff” after the U.S. carrier had entered nearby waters.


Would 45 go to war with North Korea to increase his approval ratings? 

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“The concerned parties should really signal red lights and hit the brake to defuse the situation,” Lv said. “Otherwise, it would be very easy for this to accidentally turn into a conflict. Though it’s very unlikely to have a full-scale war on the peninsula, it’s still very dangerous.”


The Pentagon sent a Navy strike group led by the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier towards the Korean Peninsula over the weekend to “maintain readiness” amid concerns the regime in Pyongyang could be preparing for more missile launches and a possible sixth nuclear test.

Experts say a military strike by the United States remains unlikely, partly because it is not clear where to strike, and partly because North Korea would probably respond with a devastating attack on the South Korean capital Seoul.

China says it has suspended coal imports from North Korea to comply with U.N. resolutions, but also urges a resumption of talks to find a peaceful settlement. It will not support any action that undermines or could topple the regime in Pyongyang.

“Not only is Washington brimming with confidence and arrogance following the missile attacks on Syria, but Trump is also willing to be regarded as a man who honors his promises,” 


After Syria

Most of our allies and the fifty seven percent of Americans support the airstrikes in in Syria. But the majority are wary of any further U.S. military action in the country.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, issued US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson a warning Wednesday against any further US strikes on the Syrian regime. Russia is Syria’s most powerful ally.  Russia “saw some very troubling actions regarding the attack on Syria,” he said, according to an official Russian interpreter.  “We believe it is fundamentally important not to let these actions happen again.”

Lavrov also complained about the mixed messages coming out of Washington on the Trump administration’s policy on Syria, with the US envoy to the UN, Nikki Haley, making clear Assad should have no future in Syria as Tillerson took a softer line.
“I will be frank that we had a lot of questions regarding a lot of very ambiguous as well as contradictory ideas on a whole plethora of bilateral and international agenda coming from Washington,”
The US claims the strike destroyed 20% of Syria’s operational aircraft, a figure disputed by Russia’s Defense Ministry.      But the White House has also caused a great deal of confusion — the US position on Syria is still woefully unclear, as Trump has made no comprehensive statement on Syria since last week’s missile attack.      He has made some comments to Fox News on Syria, saying he did not plan for the US to be drawn fully into the Syrian war.

 Update: Reuters 04/12/2017

North Korea warns of nuclear strike if provoked; Trump ‘armada’ steams on

North Korean state media warned on Tuesday of a nuclear attack on the United States at any sign of American aggression, as a U.S. Navy strike group steamed toward the western Pacific – a force U.S. President Donald Trump described as an “armada”.

Trump, who has urged China to do more to rein in its impoverished ally and neighbor, said in a tweet that North Korea was “looking for trouble” and the United States would “solve the problem” with or without Beijing’s help.

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What is unsettling,is the absence of a plan. 45 reacted to images of dead children. The same children he will not allow into America.  The Airstrikes moved the needle for 45, a win.
Does he has the wisdom.
We his ego allow him to retreat from  a young Kim Jong-um or is it about winning?  During the election,  Candidate Trump proudly said with regard to Isis: “He would Bomb the Shit out of them”   I said I don’t want to really tell you, but I realized I had to because I’m getting killed by these people [in the media] who say “Trump doesn’t have a plan for ISIS!”  I said no, I have a plan but I don’t want to tell ISIS what it is, because I’m going to win.
He has been in office for nearly 90 days, the plan is still a secret  He can strike North Korea as he struck Syria.  Scary Stuff

Would 45 go to war with North Korea to increase his approval ratings?


Image result for north korea flag

His first days as president has been a disaster.  Inauguration crowds, illegal voting, Obama Wiretapping, Russia, Travel Restrictions and Ryan care.   His supporters are growing restless.  His budget isn’t well received and his distractions (tweets) are less effective.

While the scathing editorials from the big cites like Today’s, Los Angeles Times bruise his ego.  His heart is in the Ohio Valley, Appalachia, in cities like Louisville and Tampa, Casper,Wyoming and the northern red states.  His supporters in these states continue to trust him, they say give him time, they continue to trust his business acumen even though some of the changes in his proposed budget effect them negatively.

The cracks grow daily, the majority of his supporters want him to stop tweeting.   While the majority continue to believe the left is behind the Russia controversy,  some of his supporters support an inquiry .

His continued low approval ratings has reduced his power in Congress.  He administration is fragmented, and is under attack.

Earlier Today, 45 time told the Financial Times said he would be willing to go it alone to restrain North Korea’s nuclear weapons program should China fail to change the situation, saying if Beijing won’t help solve it, then “we will” alone.

“China will either decide to help us with North Korea or they won’t,” On the campaign trail and since taking office, Trump has argued China is responsible for the continued nuclear proliferation in North Korea. He said in his Financial Times interview that he planned to talk with Xi about that situation and use trade as “the incentive” to talk China into fixing it.

From Gallup: September 18, 2001

In the wake of the terrorist attacks, American approval of the way President George W. Bush is handling his job has surged to 86%, the fourth highest approval rating ever measured by Gallup in the six decades it has been asking Americans to make that evaluation. Only Presidents George H.W. Bush and Harry Truman received higher ratings — the elder Bush twice during the Gulf War, with 89% (the highest ever) and 87% ratings, and Truman with 87% just after the Germans surrendered in World War II.

The latest Gallup poll before the terrorist attack found that 51% of Americans approved of Bush’s job performance. The 35-point jump in this rating is the highest ever measured by Gallup. The second highest short-term surge, termed a “rally-around-the-flag” (or “rally”) effect, was measured for the first President Bush right after the start of the Gulf War. His approval rating jumped 18 points, from 64% before the attack against Iraq was launched to 82% right afterward. For the next month, his rating stabilized, but surged to 89% at the end of the “Desert Storm” operation.


Based on 45’s performance,is this out the realm of possibilities?

Strange but true: North Korea owes Sweden millions for Volvos from the 1970s

Strange but true: North Korea owes Sweden millions for Volvos from the 1970s
Pyongyang still owes Sweden a lot of money. Photo: Wong Maye-E/AP
By: Lee Rodan/The Local
You’re not going to believe this one…

Odd stories and Sweden are no strangers, but the tale of how North Korea owes the Scandinavian nation millions in unpaid bills for items including a thousand Volvos from the 1970s is definitely one of the weirdest of all.

The story goes that back in the mid-1970s the Swedish government saw the potential to trade with North Korea, and companies like Sandvik, SKF and car giant Volvo were encouraged to court it as a new export market, off the back of the Asian country’s economic strength in the 1960s.

Volvo received an order for 1,000 of its 144 model and promptly started shipping the cars out to North Korea in 1974. But it very quickly became apparent that Pyongyang was not paying for the goods that had been shipped.

In fact, they never did, and the debts have stood ever since. Adjusted for inflation, they now amount to the equivalent of millions of dollars.

The Local thought the story (which was recently flagged up by SVT’s På Spåret show) had to be an urban myth, but Sweden’s National Export Credits Guarantee Board (EKN) has confirmed that it’s 100 percent true.

The authority, which promotes Swedish exports by insuring export credits, are now the ones owed the money.

“It’s true, it’s still the case. The debt now amounts to just over 2.719 billion Swedish kronor ($302 million),” Carina Kampe from EKN told The Local.

“At the time EKN insured the companies’ export credit, and when North Korea didn’t pay, EKN had to pay out to the export companies under the credit insurance. So after that, EKN took over the claim, and with the passing of the years the debt as grown,” she added.

Even though it looks unlikely that Kim Jong-un will cough up the cash any time soon, as a formality EKN still has to ask for the bill to be paid every year, as it does with all debts on its books.

“How it works is we have this claim, and like all claims we have, it’s on EKN’s books, so we continue to ask for it to be paid,” Kampe noted.

“People have even claimed to have seen the cars driving in North Korea nowadays, even though the last ones were sent in the 1970s. That’s why they’re still getting publicity.”

North Korea 1, Sony 0 “Cyber Terrorist Wins

Sony's theater of the absurd: How "The Interview" became the most insane cultural-political spectacle in recent history

James Franco and Seth Rogen in “The Interview” (Credit: CTMG, Inc.)
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un is not a fan of The Interview.  The cyber attacks worked.
Sony is backing away from the 40 million dollar film (120 when you including marketing and distribution.
The movie is too hott for Netflix and Comcast.
What company is next?
Perhaps, they will prevent Frozen 2 from opening.
Is the Kwazy or what!
Andrew O’ Hehir of Salon thinks so?
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