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Bad News for Kim Jong-Un – South Korea May Be Getting Nukes Soon!

President Donald Trump is considering various aggressive options on how to take care of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, whose antics have grown more disturbing as of late to say the least.

Among those options, all of which were presented to the president by the National Security Council, was to possibly assassinate Kim and other senior leaders in charge of the nation’s nuclear weapons, according to NBC News, which cited unnamed “top-ranking intelligence and military officials.”

Although tempting, this option was not preferred.

“The question you have to ask yourself is, what happens the day after you decapitate?” noted retired Adm. James Stavridis. “I think that in North Korea, it’s an enormous unknown.”

A more viable alternative involved redeploying U.S. nuclear weapons in South Korea as a deterrent. The U.S. withdrew its nuclear stockpiles from South Korea around 25 years ago, with the end of the Cold War, but Kim’s recent actions might serve U.S. interests to rethink things.

“We have 20 years of diplomacy and sanctions under our belt that has failed to stop the North Korean program,” one unnamed senior intelligence official told NBC.

Stavridis disagreed though, warning that deploying nuclear weapons in South Korea would “only inflame the view from Pyongyang,” possibly triggering the nation’s despot into further acts of aggression.

A third option, which Stavridis called the “best strategy,” involved “infiltrating U.S. and South Korean special (operations) forces into North Korea to sabotage or remove key infrastructure,” according to NBC News.

The last option involved doing military exercises as a show of force in the region, a strategy that has been used several times in the past with little results.

Whatever the plan the president chooses, one thing has become clear – the situation in North Korea is quickly becoming a “tipping point,” as stated by former Pentagon official Daniel Goure in a statement to CNBC.