I actually agree with that, but if a neutral country (say South Sudan, because they're the only other non-signatory) attempted nuclear proliferation and would not subject to US terms, they would be demanding the same towards them as they do with North Korea, but don't with Israel. Same reason why the USA are sharing their nuclear arsenal with NATO countries. Nuclear demilitarization would need to be priority, no matter what the country's political stance towards the USA is.
You might want to look up the definition of ad hominem, bud. And turn a blind eye to the facts if you want. Doesn't mean they aren't there.
Whatever. You can keep avoiding questions and give non-answers as much as you want, it doesn't make your word a fact.