Encouraging…

WHITE HOUSE SOURCE: TRUMP PUSHES BACK AGAINST NEO-CON PLAN TO INVADE SYRIA – InfoWars

According to White House sources who spoke to Infowars, Trump is reticent to see U.S. troops embroiled in yet another Middle East quagmire, but is under pressure from top neo-cons in his administration to prevent Russia from dominating the region as the fall of ISIS nears.

Trump has refused to agree to a no fly zone over Syria and does not want to directly attack Assad’s forces in Damascus. However, Assad is apparently backing away from a deal he made with the Pentagon four years ago to step down from power in order to prevent a U.S. military bombardment that Obama pushed for back in 2013.

The air strike ordered by Trump was apparently a reminder to Assad of the deal he struck to step down once jihadists had been defeated.

I do not agree with the strike, but this is encouraging.  Even more encouraging:

Exclusive: North Korean ships head home after China orders coal returned – Reuters

A fleet of North Korean cargo ships is heading home to the port of Nampo, the majority of it fully laden, after China ordered its trading companies to return coal from the isolated country, shipping data shows.

Following repeated missile tests that drew international criticism, China banned all imports of North Korean coal on Feb. 26, cutting off the country’s most important export product.

This is enormously important and a direct result of Trump’s discussions with Xi at Mara Lago.  China was offered beneficial trade deals if they take care of their problem.  But they did not stop at refusing North Korea’s #1 export:

China sends warning to North Korea not to mess with US – NY Post

The North Korean problem has been intentionally ignored by the NWO Puppet Masters for years with the intention of allowing the problem to potentially set of World War 3.   We have an inbred and insane child with his hands on nuclear weapons.  Consequently, the importance of what Trump has worked out with China cannot be understated.   This is a spectacular diplomatic accomplishment on the part of Trump.

We can only hope and pray that the North Korean regime falls peacefully, because this is one of the only circumstances where military action on the part of Trump is warranted.  This problem must be addressed after the previous President happily ignored it.

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