North Korea’s ruthless leader Kim Jong Un is running out of time. Apparently, the pineapple haircut wearing pajama-clad dictator either did not get the memo or is ignoring it. The notice was and is pretty simple to understand. President Trump is not a BLUFFER nor is he afraid of North Korea.   

On the outside chance that ‘Little Kim’ happens to read Crows Nest, I will endeavor to let him know where he currently stands in this Mexican standoff with the President of the United States. Theoretically, after he reads this, he will pick up the phone and plead with the White House to be merciful and help him turn his nation into Democrat society who seeks peace with the rest of the globe.  

Here is most likely the game plan if and when President Trump plans on pulling the trigger. Kim’s significant problem here is that either he truly believes he is a God and cannot die, or he is an over the top egomaniac that seems to think he can defeat the United States in a war. Kim is relying on North Korea’s previous history with the Americans where we end up buckling to his whims and demands. He is also banking on the fact that the President is not willing to take any provocative action for fear of ramifications from China.      

In actuality, Kim is wrong on all accounts. China has been propping up North Korea for decades, and the truth is, NK is a drain on the nation with over 1 billion citizens. In fact, it was reported recently that China had even sent at least 150,000 military troops down to the North Korean border to stem what would no doubt be a refugee crisis if a war does break out. The next reason China will keep a low profile in this conflict is, America owes China hundreds upon hundreds of billions of dollars to China. Obviously, if China goes to war with the United States, then China doesn’t get paid this enormous debt. The second reason, China knows that a war with America is virtually unwinnable for them. Lastly; America is the most significant trade partner that China has. To lose our nation as a trade partner would inevitably bankrupt the Communist country. 

The E-2D Hawkeye is a carrier based electronics warfare aircraft. It would be one of our frontline aircraft in a war with North Korea.

So what would a ‘first-strike’ against this rogue nation look like? 

  1. When performing a first-strike, you need to do so in a surprise fashion where you get the upper-hand immediately. The United States has a couple of weapons that few if any other countries have. One of the front-line weapons we can deploy is “Electronic Jamming Aircraft.” These aircraft can jam all communications, all radar which virtually “blinds” Kim Jong Un’s ability to communicate and also know if he has any enemies flying over his nation.
  2. Next, we would send in 100-200 Cruise Missiles targeting radar, military operations centers, command facilities and most likely Kim’s home. 
  3. Now that we have neutralized his ability to retaliate, the President and Generals would most likely begin ‘carpet bombing’ the border DMZ area, so Kim can’t fire rockets into South Korea or Seoul. 
  4. All of the above would happen within a time span of only hours. Most of it will coincide to limit the North’s ability to get off any rockets or munitions against the South or the DMZ.  

This first-strike would so devastate Kim’s ability to wage war; he will be forced into negotiations with the United States. The question now becomes, would he be stupid and continue or would he stand down and save his nation the further devastation which we can inflict. What ‘Little Kim’ needs to realize is, those dozens of frigates, destroyers, and aircraft carriers trolling around in the South China Sea can annihilate his country. These ships can put a wall of fire of the likes he has never seen before.

‘Little Kim’ needs to realize that these ships can park missiles in his backyard from hundreds of miles away with pinpoint accuracy.

Lest ‘Little Kim’ thinks this is going away, he would be sadly mistaken. Just yesterday the President called in his top military officials along with SOS Tillerson and Defense Secretary Mattis. This meeting was for the specific purpose to finalize plans on a ‘first-strike’. ‘Little Kim’ had better realize that the United States is not going to allow this trouble-making country to finalize the development of nuclear weapons that can be deployed long-range.

While this certainly looks like a prelude to war, on the other hand, we are just finding out today that the President is scheduling (what would be a security nightmare) a trip for Trump to the Korean DMZ in November. His goal is apparently to broker some sort of deal between North Korea and the United States to avoid a military conflict. I do hope this can happen, but currently, Kim is leaving our President with very few options but carrying out a first-strike.

I wonder if he will take Dennis Rodman with him?