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"Today's Twitter bowl. Lars Larson job. Welcome back to the LARs Larson show, a pleasure to be with you. And it's always a pleasure when we have Lieutenant Colonel Ralph Peters on we like to talk to Colonel Peter's about all the things that go on around the world that involved a military his history in the military and also histories of bestselling author of civil war fiction a whole series of New York Times bestsellers the latest is judgment at apple Matic's. We've talked a little bit about what's going on here domestically with our arguments over statues and monuments now, let's talk a little bit about what's going on around the world. Let's start with North Korea. And then we'll work our way through some of the other problems that were handed to a brand new president by the previous occupant of the office. What do we do about this situation where North Korea now has missiles that can reach the United States? At least a lot of it. They now have a nuclear weapon that is said to have been miniaturized enough to be able to put on a missile, and they have a big line of artillery pointed at Seoul, South Korea. And we have American troops in harm's way. In that case. What do we do about this problem? Colonel. Well, the thing that makes it difficult. You just mentioned that's the mega city of Seoul, South Korea with its suburbs. Population is somewhere between twenty and twenty four million. We think and it is within conventional artillery range rocket range of the DMZ defacto border between north and South Korea. And so so is a hostage. We're not for that not an easy but easier to deal militarily with North Korea. But the civil war civil war after the."