President Trump and his addiction to Twitter have thrown fuel on the international fire of that’s causing some tension.
An official from North Korea has stated that Trump’s tweets are a basically a bit of a problem and that if there’s any indication that Trump’s train will drop bombs over there, that they’ll essentially strike first.
Via The Washington Times:
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — President Donald Trump’s tweets are adding fuel to a “vicious cycle” of tensions on the Korean Peninsula, North Korea’s vice foreign minister told The Associated Press in an exclusive interview Friday. The official added that if the U.S. shows any sign of “reckless” military aggression, Pyongyang is ready to launch a pre-emptive strike of its own.
Now we have a chess game. This is called you think we’re going to strike, so we think you’re going to strike, so we strike before you strike and now we’re at WWIII.
Sounds rather stupid to me. How about we go back to minding our own business, fighting terrorism, and calling it a day with a Coke and a smile? Ah, scratch that. Get me a Pepsi.
Vice Minister Han Song Ryol said Pyongyang has determined the Trump administration is “more vicious and more aggressive” than that of his predecessor, Barack Obama. He added that North Korea will keep building up its nuclear arsenal in “quality and quantity” and said Pyongyang is ready to go to war if that’s what Trump wants.
Now that’s a gift that keeps on giving! Trump is more vicious than Obama? Obama was mostly golfing and going on vacations. When he wasn’t doing that, then he was traveling to other countries to apologize to them for things that happened in the past that weren’t even under his watch. He was the perfect candidate for the women’s march and he should’ve dressed as a giant vagina like the liberal ladies.
Tensions between Pyongyang and Washington go back to President Harry Truman and the 1950-53 Korean War, which ended in an armistice, not a peace treaty. But the heat has been rising rapidly since Trump took office in January.
Here’s a great idea. Put the fire out and go back to being your own great countries. When someone starts a problem, then team up to take them out, and resume your ordinary life doing whatever you do in your country. I think most of the tensions are caused by overreactions from leftists blowing things out of proportion like it’s a MOAB striking your brain and exploding your thoughts.
As long as the great powers of the world are on the same page and take out the scummy terrorists, then we’re all going to be fine. People think a few Trump tweets will enact WWIII, but it won’t. Big countries don’t want to be in the middle of a war because it could probably affect their economy. If you mess with someone’s economy, then they lose money. No one likes to lose money.
This year’s joint war games between the U.S. and South Korean militaries are the biggest ever; the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier has been diverted back to the waters off Korea after heading for Australia, and U.S. satellite imagery suggests the North could conduct another underground nuclear test at any time. Pyongyang recently tested a ballistic missile and claims it is close to perfecting an intercontinental ballistic missile and nuclear warhead that could attack the U.S. mainland.
Awesome. They should be testing their weapons. We test ours. If you think we don’t, then you’re probably not the brightest rock in the crayon dictionary (whut?). If someone has a missile that can reach another continent, that’s fine because other people have missiles that can shoot down missiles. America has Chris Christie. We put a pizza on the end of that missile and he’ll eat it up himself. We can watch his BMI blast through his belt buckle as he dips North Korean missiles in pretzel mustard.
Many experts believe that at its current pace of testing, North Korea could reach that potentially game-changing milestone within a few years — under Trump’s watch as president. Despite reports that Washington is considering military action if the North goes ahead with another nuclear test, Han did not rule out the possibility of a test in the near future.
Doesn’t bother me one bit. Every country with a powerful military conducts tests to increase their strength and power. This is what every country should always do. If you let your military become outdated, then what good will they be if something ever happened?
All countries should keep their weaponry up to date, but that doesn’t mean it should be scary to anyone. I’m sure there are tons of liberals freaking out over Trump bombing terrorists with the MOAB and now there might be paranoia over North Korea testing missiles.
If anything, this entire article is nothing but a compliment to President Trump who was basically told that he’s more of a man than the previous leader.
Trump should thank North Korea for the compliment. In a Tweet, of course.
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