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I Think Trump Just Threatened To Nuke North Korea

Aggressive! I’m not an interpretation expert but I think he’s hinting at nuking North Korea here? Again… aggressive! Hey Kim Jong-un, you have received two nukes for taunting.

This all comes after reports today that North Korea has acquired the ability to shoot its nukes at other countries and threatened to do so.

Bad, bad news. For a long time the saving grace about North Korea has been that they knew how to make nukes but don’t know how to get them onto missiles and shoot them at other people. Now that has changed. Not good.

Kim Jong-un is a lunatic. He’s a psychopath. And Trump? Well it’s hard to argue he’s overly different. We’ve hoped for a long time Kim Jong-un’s smart enough to simply be using his constant nuclear advancements as a deterrent and not as real threats/attacks on real people like us. We’ve hoped his thought process is, “Ok I’ve got it pretty good over here, I want to protect my situation where I just dominate everyone as supreme leader, I’ll build nukes that I can shoot at other countries and make sure they know about the nukes I can shoot at other people so that they won’t fuck my shit up and end my cool way of life.”

That’s the theory. That’s the hope. The U.N. imposed aggressive sanctions on North Korea last week to pressure them into negotiating away from nukes; North Korea is not happy, and their foreign minister responded, “We will, under no circumstances, put the nukes and ballistic rockets on the negotiating table.”

And their state-run news agency, which is hilarious and I love, said, “There is no bigger mistake than the United States believing that its land is safe across the ocean.” Yikes.

In 2016, this was their nuke situation:

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Source — In March 2016, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un posed in front of a silver ball that North Korean propaganda called a miniaturized nuclear warhead, but analysts had doubted the isolated regime’s ability to construct such a device.

Seems like a dangerous trajectory we’re on here — us and North Korea, who both possess nukes, threatening to nuke each other. I want to go on the record and say I do not want to get nuked nor do I want my friends and fellow Americans to get nuked. I don’t even want the people of North Korea or China or Russia or anywhere really go get nuked. I don’t want anybody to get nuked.

So, final score on North Korea relations? Still…