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-- are joined now a Fox News strategic analyst lieutenant colonel Ralph Peters -- I do now is doing well what are we to make of this action by North -- what does it tell us about their capabilities.
Well it tells us first -- that there increasingly desperate.
As far as actual capabilities go -- Greg -- just you know.
He said it gets them a bit closer to menacing -- and he's still -- a long way to go increased the power of the blast.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Getting a missile that can actually hit -- hit the continental United States -- even.
But -- are bullies.
And by being bullies.
New playground bullies have been able to get their way here.
But I prefer to think of north Koreans.
Allison has really really Brad.
Thirteen or four funerals throwing violent tantrums demanding an iPhone.
Well if you're a fool you give me iPhone and ending next week -- water.
An iPad -- an autographed picture of Alisyn Camerota.
But it is so it never stops the right thing to do his discipline and cut off their allowance.
But what happens with North Korea is even though we have sanctions -- The global community -- sanctions.
China subverts the sanctions.
And without and China -- one player that can influence North Korea.
And China is losing patience but ultimately win the North Korean regime starves its own people and they start dying of malnutrition and hunger.
We feed them.
At some point -- hard line has to be answered by equally hard -- on our side.
Well let's talk about those sanctions because today the united nations Security Council's -- -- calling an emergency meeting.
To try to figure out what to do about this but when asked.
What their response will be ambassador Susan Rice said quote will do the usual drill.
It sounds like you're talking about nothing.
Well they'll try try to finds ways to tweak the sanctions.
But again the key player here isn't -- it's not all about us even though North Korea uses us to rally domestic.
center the key player in the region and certainly in Eritrea is in China shares a border with North Korea.
On one hand it doesn't want our unified Korea whoever -- -- South Korea to win doesn't want a US ally right on its border.
But on the other hand it's also.
Getting impatient with North Korea's belligerence and -- track moments.
And the Chinese are a bit of a bind because they're afraid if they don't keep popping propping up North Korea.
It's -- the regime which is fragile really it's just a military.
With a lot of starving people and -- the regime collapses are worried about.
Millions coming across hungry people flooding across the -- -- river in the China but the bottom line for -- is this.
We need to be that -- -- -- the parent not give into that wild teenage tantrum remain sober.
And not reward bad behavior.
Right there and how he'd like pre register album on that reward bad but that aren't asking about -- -- -- that's very hard for us it's very hard pressed to.
Punish the people because obviously we know it's the -- change so how can we deprive the starving poverty stricken people of food.
By not giving them food Alison look I I don't want anybody starving.
I don't like this but we Americans think there's always a good solution if we can only figured out.
In the real world there's only less bad solution sometimes.
And very frankly if we keep feeding North Korea.
And China especially keeps propping it up the north Koreans eventually you're going to do something really stupid because the great danger here.
It's at the North Korean leadership I mean they live on another planet.
Their logic is different and the great danger.
Is all of -- misunderstanding one another and tumbling headlong into a devastating war on the Korean Peninsula by stress on the Korean Peninsula.
Got it -- prof Peter thanks so -- my pleasure else.
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