VP Pence Says the “Era of Strategic Patience” is over for North Korea

Apr 18, 2017

Intent on countering the decades long permissiveness in US policy toward North Korea, with Kim Jong-un’s litany of threats and broken disarmament promises, VP Mike Pence told the media in South Korea that the “era of strategic patience is over.”

In reality, according to conservative analyst Joel Skousen, there never has been a strategic policy of patience, but rather a hidden globalist agenda of allowing North Korea to grow up into the trigger event for WWIII. How else can the US explain the extreme dichotomy between its constant hostility toward Iran, which has no nuclear weapons, and the decades long tolerance for North Korea’s nuclear and missile proliferation. It appears Trump intends to put an end to this rising threat, but he may not be able to do it without a much wider war with North Korea’s allies, China and Russia.