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Wake up to N. Korean threat

Do any of you trust talking to North Korea … I do not. It’s just like Adolf Hitler, he talked until he was ready to strike. That is the time that England slept. North Korea needs more time to perfect their weapons and figure out more strategy to find weakness in our military. Are we going to fall asleep? Boy I hope not. North Korea, I think, has figured out they would lose the war. They need more time to regroup. My father Eugene F Wiesner Sr., landed at Inchon in 1952 with Dan Blocker of Bonanza as his sergeant.They fought on the front lines and against the Chinese too. The fence remains and South Korea does not want to be taken over by North Korea. North Korea would like to have South Korea because of its wealth. Let’s wake up if any sleeping is going on … I am setting off the alarm clock now ... Eugene Wiesner Laurel

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