Weakness Starts Wars

Twenty Five years ago, the Argentine’s forces in the Falklands Islands surrendered to the Brits. That war happened because the Argentinian dictators wrongly assumed the Brits (and Mrs T in particular) would not fight. The Dem controlled Congress and this administration are stoking future US wars by sending the exact same message to America’s enemies.

Here’s the US response to the North Korean dictator who murders, starves and tortures an entire people, and fizzled or faked a nuclear test:

BEIJING (AP) – A technical glitch was holding up the final transfer of previously frozen North Korean funds, American nuclear envoy Christopher Hill said Saturday…

North Korea has refused to act on its February pledge to disarm until it gets access to $25 million once frozen in an American-blacklisted Macau bank. America accused Banco Delta Asia of helping North Korea’s government pass fake $100 bills and launder money from weapons sales.

…the transfer has taken months as the North insisted that it be sent electronically to another bank, apparently to prove the money is now clean.

This is craven surrender. The US is laundering for this killer the proceeds of his forging US currency, and he and his father have broken every agreement they’ve made with the US.

The Chinese will conclude the modern US is indeed a paper tiger.

It isn’t, of course, but history tells us this misunderstanding will be fatal for many, many Americans.


2 Responses to Weakness Starts Wars

  1. Jay says:

    Sad to say but the only time we get up the will to kick butt is after lots of Americans die. Then we have to fight the dems, who prefer more people die before we do anything and the rest of us are ticked off that we didn’t pre-emptively strike.

    I guess we’re destined to be unhappy.

  2. gandalf says:


    I guess so.

    Still, it would be nice if, just for once, the appeasers – rather than ordinary folks – got whacked by the enemy.

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