Interventionism and the Korean crisis

Source: Future of Freedom Foundation
by Jacob G Hornberger

“Notice something important about North Korea’s behavior: None of it is aimed at Switzerland, notwithstanding the fact that Korea is about 1,000 miles closer to Switzerland than the United States. Why not? Why is North Korea’s attention devoted toward the United States and not toward Switzerland? The answer lies in interventionism, the immoral and destructive foreign-policy philosophy that undergirds the United States but not Switzerland. Notice that Switzerland has no troops stationed in Korea. The United States does — tens of thousands of troops. Notice that Switzerland does not conduct joint military exercises with the South Korea military. The United States does, on a regular basis. Notice that Switzerland is not committed to regime change in North Korea. The United States is.” (09/05/17)