China and Russia angered over THAAD

China and Russia are said to be angered over US deployment of its THAAD missile defense system to South Korea.  They are deeply concerned about the invasiveness of the system’s powerful radars.

When North Korea’s threat via nuclear capable delivery systems is removed, THAAD and its “prying” eyes goes home.

The problem is not THAAD; the problem is a North Korea armed with nuclear capable ballistic missiles.

China and Russia both know what has to be done.

China needs a strong, stable ally on the Korean peninsula—a non-nuclearized ally. When that is achieved, China, Russia, North Korea, and South Korea all win.

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More Korean Hostages Released: Korea Loses Face In Afghanistan

The Taliban is releasing more Korean hostages as a result of talks with South Korean negotiators.

Dr. Shackleford at the Jawa Report is thankful for their release, but issues this stinging admonishment:

“People generally only fight if they believe they can win. By negotiating with the Taliban, sympathizers are led to the inevitable conclusion that maybe the Taliban are a bigger threat than they thought and perhaps they have a chance of beating NATO forces.

“Good job Korea, all the murdered hostages, beheading victims, and dead NATO troops that will result from your capitulation thank you.”

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Pakistani Intelligence Holding Korean Hostages?

Is Pakistani Intelligence and its Pakistani Taliban allies holding the Korean hostages in Afghanistan? That’s what Ghazni governor Merajuddin Pattan says:

Indian Express—The governor of the Afghan province where Taliban militants took 23 South Koreans hostage has accused Pakistani Taliban working with Pakistani intelligence agents of holding them captive.

“In the beginning it was the local Taliban, but after a few days, Pakistani Taliban and ISI officers disguised as Taliban arrived in the region and they took control of the situation,” Ghazni Governor Merajuddin Pattan told Reuters. …

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Shim Sung-min: What Does Faithful Mean?

What does it mean for a follower of Christ to be faithful unto the end? Shim Sung-min knows. He was faithful unto the end.

The Jawa Report has video and pictures of this martyr. Rusty Shackleford says, “Friends and family of the Korean hostages should not view. Some of you, though, need to see this. If you are not outraged by the kidnapping and murder of these hostages, then please look. You need to be outraged.”

God bless you brother. And Jesus, the Lord of glory and the Son of God, bless you all. We continue to remember you all in our thoughts and prayers.

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Korean Hostage Crisis: Another Male Hostage Murdered

The International Herald Tribune reports that the Taliban has executed another Korean hostage.

Folks, pleading with these monsters isn’t going to bring the hostages home. They are in the hands of men controlled by Satanic forces. And they are doing what is in their evil heart. Murder.

The hostages continue to be in our hearts and prayers.

Michelle Malkin says the World is yawning; Rusty Shackleford asks, “Where is the outrage?” Our hearts are torn within us; we don’t understand why no one cares.

Maybe a simple answer is best, the World cares for its own.

In Revelation 7, Believers martyred for the “word of God, and for the testimony which they held ask,” “How long, O Lord, holy and true, dost thou not judge and avenge our blood on them that dwell on the earth?”

In His own time; in His own time.

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