By Hal Lindsey
The U.S. attack on Syria’s al-Shayrat airfield may turn out to be one of the most important moves by an American President in this century. To see its importance, we should start by looking a long way from Syria — at Pyongyang, North Korea.
The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea operates as a vast prison camp where every citizen-inmate is confined and monitored. They are born with a life-sentence to hard labor. Like all prisons, it is not self-sustaining, and must be subsidized by someone else — in this case, the People’s Republic of China.
By economically and militarily propping up North Korea, communist China makes itself the enabler of North Korea’s nuclear and ballistic missile programs. Those programs put the whole world at risk — not just because of North Korea’s belligerence, but because they sell both weapons and weapons technology to the Islamic Republic of Iran…. read more