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Saturday, April 9, 2016

Fibbin' Kim? Probably not.

North Korea claims to have successfully tested an engine intended to be used in intercontinental ballistic missiles--those nasty objects that carry nuclear warheads.

This engine would "guarantee" North Korea's ability to launch a nuclear strike on the US mainland and would practically guarantee an apology by Barack Obama to Kim Jong Un for not taking them seriously.

The engine test was conducted on the west coast on their long-range missile launch site and is just one of the recent tests North Korea has performed with impunity.

Of course, the United States did what we always do: we criticized North Korea with very strong words from the State Department:
"We call on North Korea to refrain from actions and rhetoric that further destabilizes the region and focus instead on taking concrete steps toward fulfilling its commitments and international obligations."
After Kim Jong Un finished laughing, he said that "the engine spewed out huge flames with a deafening boom." He added that North Korea will now be able to "keep any cesspool of evils in the earth including the US mainland within our striking range."

Then he laughed some more as North Korea is making concrete steps to finish the job of having a nuclear warhead missile capable of killing Gov. Jerry Brown (D-Calif.)

Dennis Rodman (NBA) is quoted as saying, "Guess what. My man Kim gotta do what he's gotta do and that's to defend his people like we defend ours." Then Mr. Rodman put on a fresh coat of lipstick.

Of course there is the possibility that Kim is lying to us and really doesn't have the equipment he claims to have. If so, I bet Donald Trump will have a nickname for him that Kim isn't going to like. Maybe he'll refer to him as "Fibbin' Kim" or something equally as contemptuous. 

Be prepared, North Korea. The United States of America has the words and the ability to use those words.