None of the sanctions nor our blustering has deterred N. Korea yet. We have beat our chests, threatened, embargoed but have not as yet done more than slowed the progress of their nuclear program. All we have done is reinforce their belief that we are the enemy and nuclear weapons are their only viable deterrent against US agression. What I've seen and heard in the last few days tends to make me believe that the longer we go down this path the harder N. Korea's resolve will become. When our leader (Trump) is as bellicose and is as unpredictable as Kim appeared to be it makes Kim's behavior appeared to be more understandable. N. Korea cannot depend on reasonable adversaries they may be as deranged as we once believed Kim to be and their actions may be as unpredictable and as dangerous to N. Korea as Trump's rants threat. If we want security in Asia we need to stop doing the same things and threatening the same actions then expecting the a different results. We need to do something different if we want a different result. N. Korea already has nuclear weapons and will soon have a viable ICBM complete with a nuclear warhead. We need to accept that as fact. We have convinced them that we are an unpredictable enemy, they will not give up nuclear weapons. They have a conventional military that could do much damage without nuclear weapons. We, the US, S. Korea, Japan, China and Russia, must find away to defuse the military standoff on the Korean Peninsula. We need no more inflammatory rhetoric or tweets from anyone. This is a situation calling for sane, reasonable, diplomacy. If Donald Trump cannot learn to play well with others he needs to have no part. If he continues to inflame an already volatile climate we need to lock him in his bedroom in the Trump Tower without Internet access until adults resolve this crisis. If any persons on Guam are harmed because of the comments that he has already made he needs to be held accountable legally.