WASHINGTON — The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, says it is “good for the United States” that North and South Korea are set to engage in high-level talks, but warned Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons ambitions still pose a serious threat to the world, VOA News reports.
Haley spoke to reporters and stressed the importance of staying focused and vigilant over North Korea’s nuclear programs and warheads.
“We will never accept a nuclear North Korea. This is a very dangerous situation, the United States is not letting up on the pressure to end North Korea’s nuclear weapons development. We can destroy them, too. If North Korean leader Kim Jong Un were to launch a nuclear attack on the United States, It is not going to be The United States that is destroyed.”
Haley then went on to say that the United States has drawn a red line and will not ever consider talks with Korea until they have, “to end their missile tests for a significant amount of time and put an end to their nuclear programs.”
It is clear that the United States does not believe North Korea has any intentions of ending their nuclear programs, missile tests and threats to the United States.
President Trump has not let us down with his stance on North Korea and how the United States must handle the communist nation.
Haley stated that she stands with President Trump and his comments concerning the “Talks” between North Korea and South Korea, over the Winter Olympics.
President Trump has said on numerous occasions that he hopes the two nations can talk and good can come of it. Though sarcasm is clear, President Trump has stated all along that North Korea is not capable of peace nor open to engage in any discussions to bring a peaceful resolution.
I don’t understand how any nation or leaders can take North Korea seriously, believe anything they have to say or believe that they will be peaceful during the Winter Olympics.
South Korean President Moon seems to put his own delusions of peace before logic and intelligence. Extremely honorable intensions but simply not practical nor realistic in nature.
As RWT previously reported, President Trump has clear and firm on his stance with North Korea talks:
“Right now they’re talking Olympics. It’s a start. It’s a big start. It would be “great for humanity” if something beyond cooperating in February’s Winter Olympic Games comes out of the talks. The U.S. is open to engaging in discussions with South Korea and North Korea at “the appropriate time” and would be willing to speak directly with Kim Jong Un if certain conditions were met.”
When the President was asked if he was willing to speak directly to Kim Jong Un, he added, “Sure, I always believe in talking,” adding that “he knows I’m not messing around, not even a little bit.”
The situation has become a storm on the horizon and the United States has to be ever ready and focused for the right target of opportunity to put an end to North Koreas rhetoric and threats to the United States.
Chris “Badger” Thomas is a Veteran who served our country as an Army Combat Medic.
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