Monday, April 17, 2017

Jimmy Carter: Still Crazy on North Korea, After All These Years

How Jimmy Carter and I Were Wrong on North Korea—And How Carter is Still Wrong
December 13, 2010 | by R.B.A. Di Muccio

Wasn't it Carter who was against inspections because it would make North Korea think we didn't trust them? Presidents -- Bush, Clinton, Bush, Obama -- have been kicking the North Korea can down the road ever since.

Pray that God gives President Trump wisdom to deal with North Korea. Pray for freedom and betterment for the North Korean people.


Dollops said...

Unless it's a miracle we want, we pray for the wisdom and strength to see a problem through. By opening our hearts and minds to Christ's guidance - or "the force" if you prefer - we reach deep into some well of sparkling logic that is otherwise hidden by the clamour around us. In going there we have to accept that the answer will probably be unwelcome though correct.
There is no nice way to solve North Korea just as there is no nice way to deal with Islam. Recognizing evil at the core of hate-promoting ideologies must be the first answer to any prayer concerning them; history has demonstrated time and again that failure to heed that first reality makes all subsequent prayer ineffectual.

BallBounces said...

I prefer "Christ".

"... nothing intellectually compelling or challenging.. bald assertions coupled to superstition... woefully pathetic"