Divine Providence: How Dutch Military Detention Upon Return from Korean Demilitarized Zone Convinced Me Trump is Doing God's Work

I went to Korea because this overwhelming pain in my heart kept telling me the peninsula could maybe in half a year no longer exist as we know it. It had been over half a decade since I'd last visited Seoul, and although things had changed, the city still felt like home; I knew that I would be heartbroken to see this placed burned to the ground by the North Korean artillery stationed just a short drive away.

The shovel is as deadly as the atom bomb. © AR
During the most tense period between the United States and the renegade regime of Kim Jong-Eun, I decided to visit the Demilitarized Zone and take a tour of the infiltration tunnels built by Kim Il-Sung, the founding patriarch of the nuclear pariah state and Kim Jong-Eun's grandfather.

My 6 foot frame could scarcely squeeze through the tiny tunnels, it was pretty clear that even a soldier of around 5 feet would have to duck his head and keep his helmet in place to avoid severe head injury in the dark nooks and crannies of what some consider to be the most effective method to deliver a nuclear bomb into South Korea.

Kim Il-Sung believed that military infiltration tunnels were more important than nuclear weapons since they could be used to directly send soldiers into the home of the enemy. Kim Il-Sung ordered more than 20 tunnels to be built, and so far only 4 have been discovered. Although the primary objective of the tunnels is to "parachute" 10,000 special forces into enemy territory within the first hour of hostilities having commenced, a terrifying force which could murder and kidnap thousands of American nationals in the very center of Seoul and in broad daylight, the fear growing now is that a suitcase nuke will be ferried into the South after North Korea's missile and artillery capabilities have been eliminated.

An army of men carrying backpack nukes to poison South Korea. NKM

According to a military analyst studying Pyongyang's self-preservation strategy, Kim Jong-eun may only use a few of the infiltration tunnels available to his regime during the first stage of hostilities, hoping that smuggling a backpack nuke a week could convince the US and its allies that prolonging the war would lead to the nuclear destruction of the Korean Peninsula.

I flew out of Seoul with a deeper appreciation of the work done by US troops in keeping the North from storming past the Demilitarized Zone. During the whole flight I thought of nothing but the prospect that my friends could find themselves facing head on the worst conflict since World War II, when Hiroshima and Nagasaki were leveled with nuclear weapons. 

When I landed in the Netherlands, I quickly found myself in a military interrogation room. The told me my name had been placed on a military database, and that I had to spend the night in a cell. 

Inside the modern, spacious cell, I watched TV and tried to drink water in the hope that it would keep my blood pressure down. I was bleeding from the nose and the military nurse came in and told me I needed to go to the doctor after I was released into the civilian population in the morning. 

As I sat there waiting to leave, I became dizzy and a loud voice began thundering; a bright light forced me to close my eyes. The light felt more intense than the brightest Saharan sun. 

The voice told me that I needed to continue supporting President Trump, that the Kim regime was worse than that of Adolf Hitler's, and that a Third World War was written into prophecy.

I cannot discount that this revelation was simply the cause of my extremely high blood pressure and the great loss of blood, but after studying extensively the actions of Kim Jong-eun even against his own family, I have indeed become convinced that he is the Adolph Hitler of the 21st century, and that only President Trump can stop him from destroying the world entire in a nuclear holocaust. 

Should by surprise tomorrow President Trump drop a hydrogen bomb on Pyongyang while simultaneously carpet bombing Kim's artillery in the Demilitarized Zone with low-yield nuclear bombs, he will be doing the work of God and putting an end to the most evil regime that may have ever existed.