TO: Press Conference regarding Non-Proliferation and Respective Domestic Policy
To respond to Olivia Borges-Nunez's (FOX News) questions on our individual stance regarding the topic of invading North Korea and whether their actions should be viewed as hostile, and whether or not a preemptive first strike is necessary.
To begin, the United State’s current foci are on prevention measures, not search and seizure campaigns. It is no question, after scientific studies, that North Korea does in fact possess atomic weaponry, and the ability to create atomic weaponry, which also gives them the potential to derive engineering means to produce other weapons of mass destruction; an example being biological and chemical based transcontinental ballistic missiles (currently the most dangerous offensive armaments created). Albeit this is a very serious issue, the United States will remain these foci against nations who are just being introduced to this nuclear age so non-proliferation can be further endorsed and enforced. Stopping North Korea will be relatively irrelevant to the campaign to rid the world of nuclear munitions possessing enemies therefore that should not be the basis of invasion.
Rest assured, the following idea is defended by the President of the United States of America that no offensive action will be taken whatsoever against North Korea until it is determined that their possession of nuclear weaponry is intended primarily for offensive purposes and that other agreeably hostile actions have taken place. After a potential series of unfortunate events respective to these take place, we hope the UN Security Council and the UN International Atomic Energy Agency will agree to inspect the North Korean lands for nuclear weaponry, and nuclear materials capable of being implemented into weaponry, and will dispose of them in an appropriate manner. If the disposal is a success, no force will need to be taken, but if North Korea forbids the UN Security Council from infringing on their energy-related or munitions-related affairs, possible force may be necessary to properly disarm them.
As much information as can be released United States Government Intelligence Agencies not limited to the CIA, NSA, and NRO as well as Marine Reconnaissance are using the best technological defensive measures in the world to monitor any and all North Korean military movement and possible arming of any weapons in their arsenal.
With the possible threat of attack and hostile action being taken from North Korea, it is now placed in front of us what needs to be done to defend the United States against possible attack. After careful deliberation, it has been decided to, once again, increase the failsafe distance from the United States East and West Coasts thus further rendering most conventional attack obsolete and wasteful. It is also being deliberated increasing the funding of the Star Wars program; a program designed to place forth an airborne early warning ground environment interface segment, which is what the United States Navy currently uses as its primary defense system, and implement that technology into satellites that can orbit Earth and can use intense light to dismantle offensive weaponry not limited to incoming high-velocity unknown munitions, rail munitions, or ballistic missiles.
These topics, and many more, will be covered in more detail over later dates over the next few weeks, and any questions and concerns will also be duly dealt within an appropriate timeframe.