Here’s What Obama Demanded of Otto’s Family Months Before He Died By Cillian Zeal Sept 27, 2017 In an appearance on Fox News on Tuesday, the parents of Otto Warmbier — the American college student imprisoned in North Korea who died shortly after being released from North Korean custody — revealed that the Obama administration had told them they should keep quiet during their son’s captivity. Warmbier, an American student who was detained during a visit to Pyongyang, died in June after being brought back to the United States. In the interview, Otto’s father Fred Warmbier credited the Trump administration with...Read More
By: Hannity staff Sept 21, 2017 (Feature Image courtesy of Hannity.com) President Trump told reporters at the United Nations that the United States is poised to impose even harsher sanctions against the North Korean regime; raising the stakes in an effort to curtail Kim Jong Un’s rapidly advancing nuclear and missile programs, reports CNBC. The President was speaking with journalists when he made the impromptu announcement, saying “We will be putting more sanctions on North Korea” following a meeting with the President of Afghanistan. Source – Hannity *** Trump announces executive order that targets those financing and trading with North...Read More
Paranoid Kim Jong-un executing record numbers of North Koreans who no longer see him as a living GOD
US government report reveals his ruthless regime is persecuting thousands who dare to practise ‘other religions’ By Jon Lockett 16th August 2017, 10:03 am Updated: 16th August 2017, 12:03 pm DELUDED despot Kim Jong-un is executing growing numbers of North Koreans who no longer worship him as a living GOD. His ruthless regime is persecuting thousands who dare to practise “other religions” within its borders, according to a shock new US government study. The heartless crackdown – spearheaded by the paranoid Glorious Leader himself – is leading to imprisonment, torture and even execution by firing squad. The news comes...Read More
Due to the growing obsolescence of North Korea’s conventional military capabilities, North Korea has pivoted towards a national security strategy based on asymmetric capabilities and weapons of mass destruction. As such, it has invested heavily in the development of increasingly longer range ballistic missiles, and the miniaturization of its nascent nuclear weapons stockpile. North Korea is reliant on these capabilities to hold U.S., allied forces, and civilian areas at risk. North Korea’s short- and medium-range systems include a host of artillery and short-range rockets, including its legacy Scud missiles, No-Dong systems, and a newer mobile solid-fueled SS-21 variant called...Read More
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