Curtis LeMay would have been very proud of them.
But here they are, standing along Trump, even defending his surrender to Kim.
What's going on?
Whether or not Trump understands or even knows it, North Korea is being neutralized for the time being.
The ultimate neocon and Zionist prize:
War against Iran, courtesy of the United States, the Saudis and their fellow oilopolies, and, of course, Israel.
Then, once that little conflict is successfully completed, time to pivot back to North Korea and, fresh from the shock and awing of Iran, force not only "denuclearization," but regime change.
The only problem is Iran (aided by Russia) is not going to fold easily. Unlike Iraq, Iran will attack its enemies all over the globe, including here in America. Our media (speaking of Iraq) will get in line, labeling any attacks as terrorism.
But the rest of the world, and many here in the United States, will see it as Iran acting in self-defense.
It's quite possible that any even slightly prolonged conflict will soon lose any support in America.
Iran will survive -- thanks to the war, domestic unrest will subside as the nation unites against the U.S. -- and possibly develop nuclear weapons. (Hard to argue that such a step wouldn't be justified.)
Meanwhile, America will be seen -- correctly -- as the single biggest threat to peace in the world.
No appetite for war back home.
Hard to imagine North Korea running up the white flag.
One good thing might come of all this:
Americans may finally come to realize that the blind loyalty to a Zionist Israel is a threat to their own safety, if not liberty.
And who knows: Maybe some sense of justice finally for the Palestinians in a single state where all can live in peace.
But the price of such an epiphany -- or, to be honest, our current ignorance and blindness.