Looking ahead Trump has the opportunity to be acclaimed as one of the most adept presidents in the history of the United States, the crazy-fox, irrational type. What Trump must do in order to succeed in this endeavor is to create an unforgettably legacy. After a most dangerous provocation he could nuke the North Korean capital and eliminate Kim Jong Un in the name of safeguarding the American people and the world.
Subsequently in the light of this perilous act Trump could well accomplish most anything he wished, and obtain nearly any objective or goal he wanted, domestically or internationally.
His only barrier to such an out come in CHINA, and if, should the Chinese agree with stipulations in their favor of course, Trump and his gang of Alt-rightist would go ahead and execute this treacherous but necessary plan.
The strategic designer is Steve Bannon. He may require, desire a ground war, similar to a quagmire ,for a short duration to benefit the Military-Industrial-Congressional complex for praise and profit. Wall street would welcome the increase in spending to uplift the economy and to also redirect attention while they continue to rig the economic system for their own benefit as I write.
For the U. S. North Korea is a paper tiger. The North has long-range ICBMs in development, a million plus man and women standing army, and complementary terrain to hold out against the capitalist U. S. and its allies. It has ampil logistics for guerrilla warfare to holdout against a powerful superpower for several years. These may be their only beneficial assets. Other than this, the country will not be significantly inclined to resist the U. S. and its Asian allies in the long-term. Should permission and cooperation be granted from the Chinese, a short capitalist-imperial war would ensue boosting the economies of the U. S. and several Asian nations, mostly Japan.
The key to this strategy is CHINA. One false step and there could be another Korean War or perhaps an all out nuclear one. China does not want an unfriendly capitalist competitor country on its border if it can possibly be avoided. China lost over 600,000 soldiers, the North Korean approximately the same number of troops, but Korean civilians on both sides paid dearly also, losing over two million civilians through relentless bombing and battles from June 20 1950 until the armistice in the Spring of 1953. Should my crystal ball prediction come about it will be the most serious decision Trump, Bannon, the Chinese will make this decade or possibly any other to follow.
Would China comply or would they resist? That is the big question. To say the least China is not pleased with its burdensome spoiled Korean child.
Furthermore readers there could be something completely unforseen happen. Kim jong Un could come to his senses and realize what a dangerous, destructive, psychic ass that he undoubtedly is. Can you see Kim and Trump at a negotiations table in Hawaii? The Stalinist and the multi billionaire. I can’t, but at this point who knows, stranger things have happened.
All the Best.