Navy Seals To Take Part In Joint-Military Drills In South Korea

kim jong-un [Kim Jong-Un | Source: Daily Mail]
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There has been no shortage of North Korean leadership spewing anti-American rhetoric. Recently, verbal threats have been made against US-military bases. This was all during a recent “test” the nation took, which saw multiple missiles shot into the sea near Japan.

North Korea’s insanity is a very real problem considering the hostile country has nukes. Additionally, the country’s known for the incredible amount of propaganda it pushes onto their citizens, which corrupts their minds with a cult-like loyalty to their Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un.  North Korean escapees have shared horror stories about their native land, which has been known to imprison three generations of people’s families if a single member commits a crime. There has been mass starvation in the country as well, which has killed millions in the past.

Clearly, North Korea doesn’t care about their own countrymen’s lives, so how could they have compassion for foreigners? This is a dangerous thought considering their missiles are in range of Japanese nuclear-power plants and US bases overseas.

Fortunately, Navy SEALs are preparing for a joint-military drill in South Korea.

“The US Navy SEAL Team Six will join the annual Foal Eagle and Key Resolve exercises between the two allies for the first time, along with the Army’s Rangers, Delta Force and Green Berets.

‘A bigger number of and more diverse US special-operation forces will take part in this year’s Foal Eagle and Key Resolve exercises to practice missions to infiltrate into the North, remove the North’s war command and demolition of its key military facilities,’ the official told Yonhap News Agency, asking not to be named.”

Is this all preparation for a new Korean war? (This hostile area needs to be dealt with.)


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