Let’s not forget, Presidents Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter gave North Korea nukes, by giving them the technology to create them. North Korea recently boasted that it just detonated its first hydrogen bomb, a claim that was met with instant doubts from arms experts and the White House. If they’re right, Pyongyang “only” has atomic bombs? That is equally as dangerous.
A Chinese expert told The Wall Street Journal the H-bomb claim still shows that tyrant Kim Jong-un is “marching in that direction.” You can thank Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton for all the angst and hand-wringing going on. North Korea couldn’t have done it without their culpability, and even perhaps their gullibility.
In 1994, then-President Clinton prepared to confront North Korea over CIA reports it had built nuclear warheads. At the time, there were also concerns over its subsequent threats to Japan and South Korea.
Carter gives North Korea nuclear reactors
In comes self-appointed peacemaker Jimmy Carter. The ex-president scurried off to Pyongyang and negotiated a sellout deal that gave North Korea two new reactors and $5 billion in aid. In return, North Korea promised to quit seeking to create nukes. Yep you read that right: In return for a promise. I don’t know about you, but this sounds a lot to me like the Obama Iran deal.
Here is video of President Clinton’s speech announcing the North Korea nuclear deal. President Clinton proves he immediately embraced the idea of appeasement. He believed it achieved “an end to the threat of nuclear proliferation on the Korean Peninsula” with compliance verified by international inspectors. Jimmy Carter wound up winning the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts. It just goes to show, a Nobel peace prize means nothing, and anyone can get one without actually achieving anything. Just like Obama did.
In 2002, the North Koreans ’fessed up: they started violating the accord (promise) on Day One. Four years later, Pyongyang detonated its first nuke. So much for the promise made to Jimmy Carter.
Democratic Presidents enabled nuclear proliferation
The Obama administration said it would never “accept” a nuclear North Korea. It is ironic how that president said the same thing about Iran, then cut a deal that guarantees the ayatollahs go atomic.
Back to North Korea. It is more of a wild card, a concentration camp of a nation run by a tiny, ruthless dictator who has no regard for human life. If he ever lives up to his boasts and unleashes that “sea of fire” while President Trump is in office, will Carter, Clinton and Obama shed public tears for Pyongyang’s victims? Do you think the media will remember it was Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter who gave them nukes?
Something tells me they will try to blame President Trump. That is why I am writing this article so you won’t forget it was Clinton and Carter who made this possible for North Korea, and we might have gone down the same road with Iran, thanks to Obama.