Show of HandsShow of Hands

mtdewbob November 8th, 2017 12:07am

Former Secretary of State John Kerry blamed President Trump for North Korea wanting a nuclear weapon. 😳 Just shows how uninformed the Obama administration was, North Koreans started their nuclear program 1956 with the help of Russian scientist.

9 Liked

Comments: Add Comment

Alcerus fascist
11/08/17 3:33 pm

How is this in any way Trump's fault? North Korean nukes were literally debate topics between HRC and Trump. They've been belligerent for a long long time. I guess those on the far left will look for any excuse to trash talk the President, even if that excuse is completely fabricated.

I heard an hourly news report in the car earlier today about how some huge corporate merger was blocked because of anti-trust laws. The guy actually went out of his way to add: "this merger was most likely blocked because of Donald Trump's dislike of the company. In other news..."

I'm not even going to pick that statement apart, which is unfortunately what these propaganda-pushers want. They fling out insults left and right with no basis in fact, in the hope that nobody will have the time to sit down and dismantle their statements piece by piece. To all Americans out there: this is what we are referring to when we say "fake news", or "the drive-by media". Please realize that this is all propaganda!

xtarite
11/07/17 6:47 pm

But hey, he knows about aircraft carriers for real

Malekithe Bedrock
11/07/17 6:17 pm

Kerry has the IQ as Heinz 57

Reply
RussianThunder Russia and USA
11/07/17 6:07 pm

Yes. The Soviets assisted NK with their nuclear program.

Reply
ProudAmerican45 North Joisey
11/07/17 6:00 pm

I think that Frankenstein is still smokin the peyote he brought back from Vietnam with his Purple Hearts ♥️

Reply
mtdewbob Arizona
11/07/17 6:11 pm

1956: The Soviet Union begins training North Korean scientists and engineers, giving them "basic knowledge" to initiate a nuclear program.[10]
1958: The U.S. deploys nuclear armed Honest John missiles and 280 mm atomic cannons to South Korea.[11]
1959: North Korea and the USSR sign a nuclear cooperation agreement.[10]
1962: The Yongbyon Nuclear Scientific Research Center opens.[10]
1965: The Yongbyon IRT-2000 research reactor reaches a power rating of 2 MW.[10]
1974: The Yongbyon IRT-2000 research reactor reaches a power rating of 4 MW.[10]
Between the late 1970s and early 1980s North Korea begins uranium mining operations at various locations near Sunchon and Pyongsan.[10]