Kim In Ryong (he often goes to Ryong) told reporters that it's the U.S.' hostile policy toward North Korea that's "the root of all problems." Putting an end to this would be a "prerequisite for solving all problems on the Korean peninsula," he Kim In Ryong said, according to Reuters.
Yes, we are the aggressors, not North Korea, just because they've tested a longer-range ballistic missile last weekend. And just because experts say this ballistic missile was a significant advance for a weapons program with a goal of having a nuclear-tipped warhead that can strike America, is no reason to call them the aggressors. And the fact that they promised former failed president Bill "Hold My Cigar" Clinton they would not pursue a nuclear program and did, is no reason to say they have plans of using it against us to keep lard ass dictator Kim in power.
Sanctions don't work on a country whose people aren't allowed to possess very much. Kim eats just fine--check out his girth.
Kim isn't complying with pressure from the sanctions imposed by the international community. He's doing just fine, and if you don't believe it, he'll kill you with an anti-aircraft gun. In fact, he praised the test launch and said that as far as sanctions were concerned, Pyongyang would never abandon its "nuclear deterrence for self-defense and pre-emptive strike capability."
Meanwhile, back at the Pentagon, U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis said the recent missile test showed that North Korea was being noncompliant and stressed the need for a peaceful solution, saying that a military solution would be tragic.
"If this goes to a military solution it is going to be tragic on an unbelievable scale, and so our effort is to work with the U.N., work with China, work with Japan, work with South Korea to try to find a way out of this situation," Mad Dog Mattis said.
Not such a mad dog, is he?
The U.N. Security Council called the launch a violation of existing sanctions and vowed to take new measures, including finger wags, tsking, and increasing sanctions.
President Trump wants Russia and China to join the U.S.-backed campaign of economic and diplomatic measures on N. Korea to get them to give up their nuclear ambitions.
This will only happen when goldfish learn to play the banjo.
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