Gen. Singlaub: Plan for Strikes Against North Korea

by NewsMax Magazine, January, 2003 Edition

In the latest edition of NewsMax Magazine, Major Gen. John K. Singlaub, U.S. Army (retired), warns that World War III may boil out of the an peninsular unless the U.S. takes swift and decisive action.

In an exclusive interview with NewsMax Magazine, Singlaub, the former chief of staff for U.S. forces in South Korea, says that North Korea's nuclear program must be stopped at all costs -- even if it means the U.S. takes pre-emptive strikes against North Korea's nuclear sites and risks a major war.

Singlaub also blames the Clinton administration for disastrous policies that not only allowed communist North Korea to develop such weapons, but aided them financially -- and perhaps technically to do so.

Singlaub notes that if the U.S. is indifferent, N. Korea will soon have the capability to hit the U.S. mainland, specifically the West Coast, with nuclear devices.