For months, we’ve heard lots about North Korea and how we should fear them, but one retired military officer says we have nothing to fear.
Retired Army Major. Gen. Paul Vallely, a senior military analyst for Fox News, recently revealed in an interview this week that the United States would obliterate North Korea if they attacked first.
“There’s a vigilant analysis each day in the (U.S.) command centers in South Korea that track anything that moves, so I would say 90 percent of the targets (in North Korea) are in the database,” he told TheBlaze radio host Chris Salcedo. And he used three words to outline the key to success.
“So if we get any indications from the intel agents in North Korea that they’re going to conduct a launch against South Korea, they may get a few leakers off initially, but certainly within an hour we would retaliate with overwhelming offensive capability against North Korea,” he added. “We hope that won’t happen, but we have the capability to do that.”
Listen to the interview in the clip below:
Conservative Tribune reports:
Vallely’s point was the United States is perfectly prepared for anything North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un may have up his sleeve. However, the same cannot be said about the rogue regime.
A report from the U.K. Daily Express published three months ago showed pictures of North Korean soldiers wearing outdated uniforms and revealed that malnutrition runs so prevalent throughout the nation that many new recruits “flee the forces for this very reason.”
According to reports, North Korean recruits have even started bashing their leader.
“Members of North Korea’s Second Army Corps have been placed under arrest for mocking the North Korean dictator,” UPI revealed in April.
It must have something to do with the fact that their government is starving the country’s population, providing them with tattered uniforms, and outdated guns.
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