DML’s letter to the President (38)


Dear President Trump,

On Sunday, North Korea launched its sixth nuclear test, and from the look of things this one was the most successful.

We, the American people, are paying a steep price because no administration prior to yours gave North Korea the serious attention it deserves. As a result, if we don’t move quickly, we as a nation will be looking up at the tip of ballistic missile carrying a nuclear devise and wondering how the hell we got here.

As a nation, we are always touting how great we are, and yet we often find ourselves playing catchup.

We are a country that is guilty of falling asleep at the wheel because we are too busy worrying about things that matter little.   For example, the average citizen can’t tell you who represents them in Congress, but they can name the final 10 contestants on America’s Got Talent.    Another example, there are more Americans following Kim Kardashian’s social media accounts than there are Americans voting in elections.  This is why Obama gets elected not once, but twice.

As you know, we have a real national security challenge in front of us.  It would be a mistake for anyone, including the media, to not take North Korea very seriously.  Frankly, I am tired of hearing reports out of the Pentagon about how North Korea’s striking capabilities aren’t as robust as Kim claims.  I call, BS.

Based on government data, President Reagan thought he was going to give amnesty to 1,000,000 illegals.  It turned out the government had the numbers wrong.  It was nearly 4,000,000 illegals.

Washington DC thought security at airports was sufficient.  It turned out they were wrong, and so 3,000 people had to die on 9/11.  Bush was told by the government that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction, turns out there were none.

Obama thought pulling out of Iraq would stabilize the Middle East, but he and his administration got it wrong.  Instead of creating stability, we created ISIS.  Then of course Obama thought ISIS was the JV team.  Turns out the data proved wrong again.  ISIS turned out to be the all-star team of terrorism.

Mr President, America’s government can’t find its buttock with both hands.  You have to change this.

North Korea has the capability to hit the United States with a nuclear weapon.  You know it, I know it, we all know it.  But if for some reason we are wrong — if they can’t do it today or tomorrow — they’ll keep trying until they can.

You cannot allow this to happen on your watch, and you can’t leave the next administration with a rogue North Korea.  You must take a preemptive strike now and eliminate the ability for North Korea to kill millions of Americans.

There is a long list of things we can do in the near future to stop North Korea from attacking the U.S. or our allies.  You don’t need me to list them for you, but whatever you decide please do not wait or hesitate.  Move forward, and move quickly.

Personally, if I was in your position, effective immediately I would make it where the U.S. cuts ties with any nation, organization, or entity that does business or trade with North Korea.  Anyone who funds NK is financing the development of nuclear weapons. Bottom line, case closed.

This includes China.

Without going into a full blown war, we cannot stop Kim without the help of China.  My take is China needs us more than we need them.  Therefore, I believe you should place immediate sanctions on China if they continue to do business with NK.   No more threats, no more tweets.  Just action.

I pray for you during this difficult time.

Good bless America.
Dennis Michael Lynch

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