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Regarding North Korea

As reported by Reuters this morning, North Korea has carried out its sixth and most powerful nuclear test, which it has admitted, was an advanced hydrogen bomb for a long-range missile. 

That said, and that many people prefer peace over war, North Korea's actions however, along with its intents and threats, are more than sufficient to merit preemptive action against the rogue regime before it wrecks havoc upon a peaceful United States(US) territory or upon an ally of the US.

Therefore, it is sad and very difficult to accept, but the time has long past for a diplomatic solution to the North Korea threats and agitations. 

Pyongyang has explicitly threatened a US territory and the US mainland. It has repeated carried out nuclear test including firing a projectile over Japan and many others off the the South Korea coast in clear violation of United Nations Resolutions. What else needs to happen before a decisive response in kind is rendered upon the oppressive regime? Should Guam fall before there is a decisive response?

Nobody wants war, but North Korea demands a military response forthwith. Years of appeasing North Korea with supplies of grains and foods for its people while the regime has spent billions in the development of nuclear weapons, must now come to a close.

The hour has come to answer the North Korea question that has been kicked down the road for far too long, thus allowing the regime to be able to hold the world for ransom. North Korea's threats must be obliterated.