WE hear a lot about the situation in North Korea and Asia…..there have been many articles written about just what would happen if all these words come pushing and shoving.
But has anyone thought of the consequences to the economy?
Could this be more of a problem that the flying of bullets and missiles?
Finally, someone is looking at the situation in a realistic way.
Full marks for timing, Mr President. Last week marked the 10th anniversary of the start of the biggest financial crisis since the Great Depression, making it an appropriate moment for Donald Trump to threaten North Korea with obliteration.
One of the few achievements Trump can point to in his first six months in office is that shares on Wall Street have been steadily rising since his election victory last October. The “fire and fury” remark and the inevitable counter blast from Kim Jong-un gave the markets pause for thought. But not much more than that.
There is always more to a problem than what we hear on the evening news….that is mostly speculation and sensationalism.
We need all aspects of the situation/solution but instead we are fed only that which they want us to know or consider.