Thursday, July 6, 2017

"The fundamental question of our time 
is whether the West has the will to survive." 
- President Trump's rightful words spoken in Warsaw, Poland today.

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Haley Warns North Korea: US Prepared to Use 'Considerable Military Forces' If Necessary Nikki Haley, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, issued a stark warning to North Korea Wednesday, one day after Pyongyang test fired an intercontinental ballistic missile.

Specifically, Haley said the U.S. is prepared to respond by using military force if necessary.

“One of our capabilities lies with our considerable military forces. We will use them if must, but we prefer not to have to go in that direction,” she said during an emergency Security Council meeting.

Missile experts said North Korea’s successful missile test means the rogue regime could reach Alaska.

Haley told Council members Pyongyang’s launch this week made the world a more dangerous place.

“Their illegal missile launch was not only dangerous, but reckless and irresponsible,” she said. “It showed that North Korea does not want to be part of a peaceful world. They have cast a dark shadow of conflict on all nations that strive for peace.”

Haley said the U.S. would soon draft a new resolution against North Korea that would include tougher sanctions. While many members were supportive of a new resolution, China and Russia were not.

“We are against any statements or action which could lead to an escalation and hardening of antagonisms,” said Russian Deputy Ambassador Vladimir Safronkov. “Sanctions will not resolve the issue. In that manner we simply rush towards a stalemate just as any attempts to resolve the situation through force are inadmissible.”
Victims to file injunction to stop Canada’s payment to jihadist Omar Khadr
By Christine Douglass-Williams / Jihad Watch

The decision to pay Canadian jihadist Omar Kadr $10.5 million of the hard-earned money of Canadian taxpayers is being opposed by two victims of his jihad. The woman made a widow by al-Qaida terrorist Oma Khadr and a soldier blinded by the grenade Khadr threw are seeking to stop the Trudeau government from paying the […]
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Trump Moving Toward Hard Line With China on North Korea Crisis

Image: Trump Moving Toward Hard Line With China on North Korea CrisisDonald Trump is grappling with the limits of his strategy to rely on China to get North Korea to limit its nuclear and ICBM programs following Kim Jong Un’s July 4 test of an intercontinental ballistic missile.

The U.S. president must now decide whether the test, coupled with the death last month of an American college student who had been imprisoned in North Korea, means giving up on collaboration and more directly confronting Beijing. Those advocating a hard line within the administration are emboldened by the recent North Korean actions, and the White House is weighing a series of gestures that could antagonize President Xi Jinping’s government.

But Trump’s options are limited by practical and economic realities. The president must calibrate a response that would prompt Chinese pressure on Kim without causing difficult repercussions for U.S. interests. Trump must also convince Beijing he’s willing to follow through on his threats, particularly after Chinese authorities appeared to shrug off promises to solve the North Korean issue on his own, if necessary.
Trump has expressed increasing exasperation with China on Twitter. “So much for China working with us - but we had to give it a try!” he said in a tweet on Wednesday.

His United Nations ambassador, Nikki Haley, threatened on Wednesday to cut off U.S. trade with any nation that does business with North Korea. The U.S. will present a new resolution to punish North Korea for its missile test in coming days, Haley said during an emergency session of the UN Security Council.

George Soros Behind Funding of Trump Travel Ban Protests
George SorosOnce again, peel back the layers of a leftist-inspired backlash against President Donald Trump — and it’s George Soros you’ll see.

The group behind a New York City protest against Trump’s travel ban is funded by none other than Soros. Which group? The New York Immigration Coaltion, Breitbart found.

The protest gathered about 200 anti-Trumpers in Union Square in New York City.

Breitbart has more:
The well-orchestrated protest drew about 200 anti-Trump activists like Sharia Linda Sarsour, along with social justice advocate Letitia James, as NY1 reported. Protesters held glossy signs, reading “No ban, no walls, no raids,” demanding an open borders approach to national security issues.
Many local media reports did not question the organized nature of the action, nor its primary funders.
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