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Despite talk of a military strike, Trump’s ‘armada’ actually sailed away from Korea
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Lawrence Akutagawa
2017-04-19 17:32:52 UTC
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And here, folks, we have yet another excellent example of how in The Whining
Donald's circus into which the White House has morphed another instance of
the right hand not at all knowing what the left hand is doing! What a
wonderful and strong message to send to North Korea and its (possessive, not
contraction) "reckless, irresponsible and destabilizing program of missile
tests and pursuit of a nuclear weapons capability"!

Who indeed needs The Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus as long
as we have The Whining Donald and his Whining Donald minions in the
White House!
ha ha ha

http://www.sfgate.com/news/article/Despite-talk-of-a-military-strike-Trump-s-11081161.php

BEIJING - As tensions mounted on the Korean Peninsula, Adm. Harry Harris
made a dramatic announcement: An aircraft carrier had been ordered to sail
north from Singapore on April 8 toward the Western Pacific.

A spokesman for the Pacific Command linked the deployment directly to the
"number one threat in the region," North Korea, and its "reckless,
irresponsible and destabilizing program of missile tests and pursuit of a
nuclear weapons capability."

Defense Secretary James Mattis told reporters on April 11 that the Carl
Vinson was "on her way up there." Asked about the deployment in an interview
with Fox Business Network that aired April 12, President Trump said: "We are
sending an armada, very powerful."

The U.S. media went into overdrive and Fox reported on April 14 that the
armada was "steaming" toward North Korea.

But pictures posted by the U.S. Navy suggest that's not quite the case - or
at least not yet.

In other words, on the same day that the world nervously watched North Korea
stage a massive military parade to celebrate the birthday of the nation's
founder Kim Il Sung, and the press speculated about a pre-emptive U.S.
strike, the U.S. Navy put the the Carl Vinson, together with its escort of
two guided-missile destroyers and a cruiser, more than 3,000 miles southwest
of the Korean peninsula - and more than 500 miles southeast of Singapore.

Instead of steaming towards the Korea peninsula, the carrier strike group
was actually headed in the opposite direction to take part in "scheduled
exercises with Australian forces in the Indian Ocean," according to Defense
News, which broke the story.

/snip - read the cited linked article/
GLOBALIST
2017-04-19 17:37:49 UTC
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Post by Lawrence Akutagawa
And here, folks, we have yet another excellent example of how in The Whining
Donald's circus into which the White House has morphed another instance of
the right hand not at all knowing what the left hand is doing! What a
wonderful and strong message to send to North Korea and its (possessive, not
contraction) "reckless, irresponsible and destabilizing program of missile
tests and pursuit of a nuclear weapons capability"!
Who indeed needs The Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus as long
as we have The Whining Donald and his Whining Donald minions in the
White House!
ha ha ha
http://www.sfgate.com/news/article/Despite-talk-of-a-military-strike-Trump-s-11081161.php
BEIJING - As tensions mounted on the Korean Peninsula, Adm. Harry Harris
made a dramatic announcement: An aircraft carrier had been ordered to sail
north from Singapore on April 8 toward the Western Pacific.
A spokesman for the Pacific Command linked the deployment directly to the
"number one threat in the region," North Korea, and its "reckless,
irresponsible and destabilizing program of missile tests and pursuit of a
nuclear weapons capability."
Defense Secretary James Mattis told reporters on April 11 that the Carl
Vinson was "on her way up there." Asked about the deployment in an interview
with Fox Business Network that aired April 12, President Trump said: "We are
sending an armada, very powerful."
The U.S. media went into overdrive and Fox reported on April 14 that the
armada was "steaming" toward North Korea.
But pictures posted by the U.S. Navy suggest that's not quite the case - or
at least not yet.
In other words, on the same day that the world nervously watched North Korea
stage a massive military parade to celebrate the birthday of the nation's
founder Kim Il Sung, and the press speculated about a pre-emptive U.S.
strike, the U.S. Navy put the the Carl Vinson, together with its escort of
two guided-missile destroyers and a cruiser, more than 3,000 miles southwest
of the Korean peninsula - and more than 500 miles southeast of Singapore.
Instead of steaming towards the Korea peninsula, the carrier strike group
was actually headed in the opposite direction to take part in "scheduled
exercises with Australian forces in the Indian Ocean," according to Defense
News, which broke the story.
/snip - read the cited linked article/
===============
I know haters find this hard to believe, but
that was the plan all along. They just wanted to
make their presence known and move on toward
Australia for war games with Australia.
They simply wanted North Korea to be intimidated
by a greater power.
Lawrence Akutagawa
2017-04-19 18:22:25 UTC
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Post by Lawrence Akutagawa
And here, folks, we have yet another excellent example of how in The Whining
Donald's circus into which the White House has morphed another instance of
the right hand not at all knowing what the left hand is doing! What a
wonderful and strong message to send to North Korea and its (possessive, not
contraction) "reckless, irresponsible and destabilizing program of missile
tests and pursuit of a nuclear weapons capability"!
Who indeed needs The Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus as long
as we have The Whining Donald and his Whining Donald minions in the
White House!
ha ha ha
http://www.sfgate.com/news/article/Despite-talk-of-a-military-strike-Trump-s-11081161.php
BEIJING - As tensions mounted on the Korean Peninsula, Adm. Harry Harris
made a dramatic announcement: An aircraft carrier had been ordered to sail
north from Singapore on April 8 toward the Western Pacific.
A spokesman for the Pacific Command linked the deployment directly to the
"number one threat in the region," North Korea, and its "reckless,
irresponsible and destabilizing program of missile tests and pursuit of a
nuclear weapons capability."
Defense Secretary James Mattis told reporters on April 11 that the Carl
Vinson was "on her way up there." Asked about the deployment in an interview
with Fox Business Network that aired April 12, President Trump said: "We are
sending an armada, very powerful."
The U.S. media went into overdrive and Fox reported on April 14 that the
armada was "steaming" toward North Korea.
But pictures posted by the U.S. Navy suggest that's not quite the case - or
at least not yet.
In other words, on the same day that the world nervously watched North Korea
stage a massive military parade to celebrate the birthday of the nation's
founder Kim Il Sung, and the press speculated about a pre-emptive U.S.
strike, the U.S. Navy put the the Carl Vinson, together with its escort of
two guided-missile destroyers and a cruiser, more than 3,000 miles southwest
of the Korean peninsula - and more than 500 miles southeast of Singapore.
Instead of steaming towards the Korea peninsula, the carrier strike group
was actually headed in the opposite direction to take part in "scheduled
exercises with Australian forces in the Indian Ocean," according to Defense
News, which broke the story.
/snip - read the cited linked article/
===============
I know haters find this hard to believe, but
that was the plan all along. They just wanted to
make their presence known and move on toward
Australia for war games with Australia.
They simply wanted North Korea to be intimidated
by a greater power.

***** This line separates my response from the foregoing ******

Yes indeed, Village Idiot - what a great, great lesson to bestow on North
Korea!
Please, Village Idiot - explain to us how North Korea will be intimidated by
The Whining Donald the very next time The Whining Donald flourishes again
this naval card of his. Do detail for us, Village Idiot, exactly how North
Korea when again faced by The Whining Donald with another verbal naval
deployment to the seas around North Korea will in actual fact heed the words
of The Whining Donald. Most to the point, Village Idiot, do tell us how
this "talk the talk but don't walk the walk" approach of The Whining Donald
is effective with the likes of North Korea.

Do remember, Village Idiot, that North Korea was not at all intimidated by
the words of that naval task force. After all, Village Idiot, North Korea -
despite word of the Carl Vinson and its (possessive, not contraction)
accompanying ships - did proceed with another missile test, which although
not successful was in the very first place one of the actions that the US
said would trigger a reaction on its (possessive, not contraction) part. So
tell us, Village Idiot, exactly what did The Whining Donald do as a result
of that North Korean missile test beyond sending Pence to South Korea where
he (Pence) just talked the talk?
http://www.latimes.com/world/asia/la-fg-us-north-korea-20170409-story.html
https://www.thenews.com.pk/archive/amp/11180-us-warns-north-korea-against-missile-testing
http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2017/04/14/world/politics-diplomacy-world/trump-calls-pyongyang-problem-will-taken-care/#.WPeqD_krLow

Please clarify, Village Idiot.

wups..just look at the Village Idiot again perform his obligatory
Intellectual Coward ploy to run again away from the issue, of course with
his tail again well planted between his legs, back into that deep dark
doleful hole of his under his rock!
Lawrence Akutagawa
2017-04-19 18:28:37 UTC
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Post by Lawrence Akutagawa
And here, folks, we have yet another excellent example of how in The Whining
Donald's circus into which the White House has morphed another instance of
the right hand not at all knowing what the left hand is doing! What a
wonderful and strong message to send to North Korea and its (possessive, not
contraction) "reckless, irresponsible and destabilizing program of missile
tests and pursuit of a nuclear weapons capability"!
Who indeed needs The Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus as long
as we have The Whining Donald and his Whining Donald minions in the
White House!
ha ha ha
http://www.sfgate.com/news/article/Despite-talk-of-a-military-strike-Trump-s-11081161.php
BEIJING - As tensions mounted on the Korean Peninsula, Adm. Harry Harris
made a dramatic announcement: An aircraft carrier had been ordered to sail
north from Singapore on April 8 toward the Western Pacific.
A spokesman for the Pacific Command linked the deployment directly to the
"number one threat in the region," North Korea, and its "reckless,
irresponsible and destabilizing program of missile tests and pursuit of a
nuclear weapons capability."
Defense Secretary James Mattis told reporters on April 11 that the Carl
Vinson was "on her way up there." Asked about the deployment in an interview
with Fox Business Network that aired April 12, President Trump said: "We are
sending an armada, very powerful."
The U.S. media went into overdrive and Fox reported on April 14 that the
armada was "steaming" toward North Korea.
But pictures posted by the U.S. Navy suggest that's not quite the case - or
at least not yet.
In other words, on the same day that the world nervously watched North Korea
stage a massive military parade to celebrate the birthday of the nation's
founder Kim Il Sung, and the press speculated about a pre-emptive U.S.
strike, the U.S. Navy put the the Carl Vinson, together with its escort of
two guided-missile destroyers and a cruiser, more than 3,000 miles southwest
of the Korean peninsula - and more than 500 miles southeast of Singapore.
Instead of steaming towards the Korea peninsula, the carrier strike group
was actually headed in the opposite direction to take part in "scheduled
exercises with Australian forces in the Indian Ocean," according to Defense
News, which broke the story.
/snip - read the cited linked article/
===============
I know haters find this hard to believe, but
that was the plan all along. They just wanted to
make their presence known and move on toward
Australia for war games with Australia.
They simply wanted North Korea to be intimidated
by a greater power.

***** This line separates my response from the foregoing ******

OK, Village Idiot - you've got me.
I don’t at all understand exactly how the Carl Vinson and its (possessive,
not contraction) accompanying ships made "their presence known" to North
Korea by proceeding away from North Korea towards Australia instead of
proceeding towards North Korea. Clearly you the Village Idiot - with your
vast and powerful wishful thinking (that "intent" and mindreading combo) -
know so much more than I - who do not at all have such wishful thinking
prowess - do. Do enlighten me, Village Idiot.

Please clarify, Village Idiot.

wups...and now of course comes the obligatory Intellectual Coward ploy
performance by the Village Idiot to again run away from the issue, of course
with his tail taut between his legs, back into that deep dark oh so dirty
hole of his under his rock!

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