Former Navy SEAL Shares Brilliant Plan to Stop North Korea… No Bombs Necessary

With tensions still incredibly thick on the Korean peninsula, the United Nations just approved more economic sanctions on the communist regime of North Korea as the world seeks an alternative to an armed conflict with the nuclear-ambitious rogue state.

While the North Koreans would be swiftly crushed in any sort of military conflict, it would not come without cost. Potentially millions of lives could be lost in incredibly fierce, if brief, conventional fighting, not to mention what would happen if the conflict went nuclear.

But according to the Tribunist, one former Navy SEAL turned author and commentator, Jocko Willink, just came up with an idea for how to possibly bring an end to the brutal authoritarian regime of Kim Jong Un, all without firing a single shot.

Asked for his thoughts on how best to approach the North Korean situation, Willink tweeted, “Drop 25 million iPhones on them and put satellites over them with free wifi.”

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While such a solution seems rather unconventional and is a far cry from other ideas — bunker-busting MOABs, assassination squads and even tactical nukes — it really isn’t as crazy of a plan as it may initially sound.

“Kim Jong Un understands that as soon as society is open and North Korean people realize what they’re missing, Kim’s regime is unsustainable, and it’s going to be overthrown,” explained Yun Sun, a North Korea expert at the Stimson Center, in an interview with Business Insider.

The Kim regime is notorious for keeping the North Korean society tightly closed off from the rest of the world, and would staunchly oppose any sort of effort to provide the people with unauthorized access to uncensored information.

In fact, Sun pointed out that South Korea had tried something similar in the past, using balloons to drop DVDs and pamphlets on the people of the North, an effort which drew a military response from the communist controllers.

Sun also warned that dropping millions of iPhones and providing free WiFi could be in violation of U.N. economic sanctions and construed by some as “rewarding a illegitimately nuclear dictatorship,” one that “we know has committed massive human rights against its people.”

“They’re not going to denuclearize until their regime changes and society changes,” Sun stated. “This approach may be the longer route, but it has the hope of succeeding.”

Indeed it does, though it is not without some danger and risk, particularly for the North Korean people, who would likely find themselves suffering the wrath of the frustrated ruling regime in such a scenario.

According to the U.K. Daily Express, all information and media is tightly controlled in North Korea, and the North Korean people are subject to harsh punishments if caught accessing unapproved information from outside of the isolated regime.

In fact, merely watching South Korean media or listening to a foreign radio broadcast can earn a person 10 years in a “re-education” prison or hard labor camp. Actually communicating with the outside world, such as via a phone conversation, can even result in a death sentence.

Dropping millions of iPhones on North Korea doesn’t sound quite as fearsome as dropping millions of pounds of high explosives, but even as unconventional as it may sound — and in the interest of possibly preventing unnecessary deaths — it could prove more successful in the long run in achieving the ultimate goal of ending the Kim regime.

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Judicial Watch->  Emails Show Dossier-Connected Obama State Dept Officials Set ‘Face-To-Face’ Meeting On ‘Russian Matter’ Shortly Before 2016 Election

Judicial Watch and the Daily Caller News Foundation on Thursday released 84 pages of documents showing Obama’s State Department was central to pushing the ‘Trump-Russia’ hoax shortly before the 2016 election.

The email exchange between then-Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland and Special Coordinator for Libya Jonathan Winer, a very close associate to Christopher Steele, show them discussing a ‘face-to-face’ meeting in New York on a ‘Russian matter’ in September of 2016.

Via Judicial Watch:

Judicial Watch and The Daily Caller News Foundation today released 84 pages of documents, including a September 2016 email exchange between then-Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland and Special Coordinator for Libya Jonathan Winer, a close associate of dossier author Christopher Steele, discussing a “face-to-face” meeting on a “Russian matter.”

(In June 2016 Nuland permitted a meeting between Steele and the FBI’s legal attaché in Rome. Nuland told CBS News that the State Department knew about the Steele dossier by July 2016.)

According to an op-ed Winer wrote for The Washington Post in 2018, also in September 2016, “Steele and I met in Washington and discussed the information now known as the “dossier… I prepared a two-page summary and shared it with Nuland, who indicated that, like me, she felt that the secretary of state needed to be made aware of this material.”

A September 17, 2016, email exchange between Nuland and Winer – that was classified in the interest of national defense or foreign policy – discusses the political situation in Libya, but also brings up a “Russian matter:”

From: Winer, Jonathan
Sent: September 17, 2016 at 12:40:00 PM EDT
To: Nuland, Victoria J
Subject: Re: Libya Update

Would like to discuss this and a Russian matter.

From: Nuland, Victoria J
Sent: Saturday, September 17, 2016 1:31 PM
To: Winer, Jonathan
Subject: Re. Libya Update

In ny face to face?

From: Winer, Jonathan
Sent: September 17, 2016 at 1:56:05 PM EDT
To: Nuland, Victoria J
Subject: Re: Libya Update

Yes that was [sic] be good.

From: Nuland, Victoria J
Sent: Saturday, September 17, 2016 1:58 PM
To: Winer, Jonathan
Subject: Re. Libya Update

Good. I’ll reach out when im there Sunday. [Redacted]

If Victoria Nuland’s name sounds familiar it’s because she has been on Judicial Watch’s radar for a long time and in many of TGP’s previous reports.

In December 2018, Judicial Watch released documents revealing that Victoria Nuland was involved in the Obama State Department’s urgent gathering of classified Russia investigation information and disseminating it to members of Congress within hours of Donald Trump taking office.

In a related lawsuit, Judicial Watch is suing the State Department communications between Ambassador Nuland and employees of Fusion GPS, as well as top ranking Department of Justice, FBI, and State Department officials.

“The Obama State Department was central to the effort to target President Trump with the Russia smear,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “These new emails further show that senior Obama State Department advanced the Russiagate hoax just before the 2016 presidential election.”

Tom Fitton   @TomFitton
 

BREAKING: Obama State Department was central to the effort to target President @RealDonaldTrump with the Russia smear. New emails show how senior Obama State Department advanced the Russiagate hoax just before the 2016 presidential election.

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