By: Jim Kouri
North Korea’s Vice Foreign Minister Han Song Ryol said on Friday that he believes President Donald Trump’s administration is more vicious and more aggressive than that of Barack Obama, according to an interview he gave to an Associated Press reporter. He also said that his government is continuing to build up its nuclear arsenal in “quality and quantity” and the nation’s Chairman Kim Jong-un is ready to go to war.
As tension continues to grow, a team of U.S. Navy SEALs — the same team who killed Osama bin Laden in Pakistan in May 2011 — are undergoing special training in South Korea amid rising diplomatic unrest between the United States and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. The SEAL Team is said to be developing a plan of operations to put an end to Kim Jong-un’s reign of terror.
North Korea’s Kim Jong-un is believed to be close to possessing a long-range missile capable of strikes on the U.S. mainland.
The South Korean news media reported that the legendary SEAL Team Six is part of the Foal Eagle and Key Resolve exercises being carried out from March 7 to April 30, 2017, within South Korea.
Although the U.S. military and U.S. intelligence community refused to comment on the suspected information, an anonymous source leaked a classified memo that said: “Ground, air, naval and special operations troops” are participating in “several joint and combined field training operations.” Close to 20,000 American and South Korean troops are involved in classified training exercises.
Besides SEAL Team Six, the special operations units are believed to inclu
de the U.S. Army Rangers, Delta Force and Green Berets.
According to intelligence analyst Joshua Davenport, who served in the military and civilian police units, the special, secret training began right after the Trump administration deployed the high-tech THAAD missile defense system to the region.
The U.S. installation of THAAD (Terminal High Altitude Area Defense) has angered not only North Korea, but also the Chinese government, who are being pressured by the Trump White House and other countries to help in controlling dictator Kim Jong-un’s nuclear weapons and missile development programs.
Most intelligence agencies believe North Korea’s ultimate goal is the creation of a missile system capable of carrying nuclear or other explosive payloads to the United States mainland.
“Once that madman has the capability to strike American cities, the U.S. will of a necessity have to change its defense plans including the training of U.S. first-responders from police, fire and emergency medical departments,” said local New York City police officer who liaisons with her federal counterparts.
South Korea’s JoongAng Daily has claimed the SEALs and other American teams would take part in a large-scale drill with the scenario of removing Kim Jong-un as the North Korean dictator— a scenario that’s completely denied by former US Navy Commander Gary Ross.
“Each training event had a unique tactical scenario derived from our mission-essential-task list, aimed at improving readiness and increasing interoperability,” said Army Lt. Col. Natasha Jones, commanding officer of the 10th Transportation Battalion. “I am extremely proud and confident in the demonstrated ability of the [South Korean] and U.S. forces to conduct complex operations efficiently and safely side by side and sustaining the capabilities which strengthen the [South Korean-U.S.] alliance.”
Meanwhile, several of the family members of Navy SEAL Team VI and special forces soldiers filed a lawsuit in federal court in Washington, D.C.,with regard to the deaths of their sons, whose helicopter was blown from the sky by Taliban jihadists on Aug. 6, 2011 in Afghanistan. Those named in the complaint are U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden, former-Secretary of Defense Leon Edward Panetta, and former-Afghan President Hamid Karzai.
U.S. special forces member helps train South Korean military members.
Those who died in the crash included 16 Navy SEALs and eight special forces servicemen, including the sons of Charles Strange, Doug and Shaune Hamburger, Sidh Douangdara, and Billy and Karen Vaughn, who are listed as the plaintiffs in the lawsuit.
The plaintiffs claim that certain disclosures of classified information by Vice President Biden and Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta regarding SEAL Team VI’s responsibility for conducting a secret mission that ended the life of arch-terrorist Osama Bin Laden, placed “targets on the backs” of the servicemen and their families.
As a result of the “boasting” by Biden, Panetta and other Obama “sycophants” the Taliban retaliated by blasting the helicopter out of the sky and killing all on board, according to the plaintiffs.