the korean war was remarkable for the speed of its advances and the suddenness of its reversals
in june of 50 kim's daddy invaded super suddenly and overwhelmed all opposition
within weeks the enemy were at the heel, pusan
the pusan perimeter held
then macarthur pulled off his brilliant amphibious operation at inchon, halfway up the peninsula on the west side
he got behind the enemy
just as suddenly and swifty as kim surged south, we were now advancing north, and within weeks we were back at the parallel
truman made the decision to go and we invaded the north
within weeks we were at the yalu river, the border with china
then one night in the winter of 50 one million chinese suddenly invaded
super fast south raced the armies til they were soon back at the parallel
there, momentums halted
we entered negotiations which are still ongoing as the north is an impossibly notorious negotiator
Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.
yes, the relationship between the prez and the general was thorny and controversial
truman fired mac and replaced him with ridgeway
North Korea is like a gigantic cult compound. Shaking them up would likely be a good thing for future generations.
Doing it today? No thanks. It can wait, they aren't going anywhere.
NK will not be touched by the U.S. as long as China is protecting it.
NK will never be touched by the us so long as china protects it
the mere suggestion of offensive action against kim is ludicrous
meanwhile, aggression BY kim is...
well, kim is ultimately completely unpredictable
even hu can't control him