North Korea Barks Again

I’m loving it.  The US and South Korea are going to do the war game thing in the East China Sea.  North Korea is screaming.

The North routinely threatens attacks whenever South Korea and the U.S. hold joint military drills, which Pyongyang sees as a rehearsal for an invasion. The U.S. keeps 28,500 troops in South Korea and another 50,000 in Japan, but says it has no intention of invading the North.

Still, the North’s latest rhetoric threatening “nuclear deterrence” and “sacred war” carries extra weight following the sinking of a South Korean warship that killed 46 sailors. Seoul and Washington say a North Korean torpedo was responsible for the March sinking of the Cheonan, considered the worst military attack on the South since the 1950-53 Korean War.

The American and South Korean defense chiefs announced earlier in the week they would stage the military drills to send a clear message to North Korea to stop its “aggressive” behavior

This could be a very serious turning point on the North Korea issue.  The US (surprisingly) added additional sanctions in response to the sinking of the South Korean warship.  Hillary actually went to the Korean demilitarized zone along with Defense Secretary Gates and made a show of force aimed at Kim Jong-Il.  Seems like the Obama administration is rattling some sabers to detract from their domestic woes.  Either that, or Hillary has gone rogue in order to boost her chances to unseat Obama in 2012.  Either way – I’m impressed.  North Korea is on the defensive.

I would be thrilled to see NK make a militaristic move.  That would invite excused retaliation.  Obama might even invite the attack on a fellow Marxist.

Hopefully, we’ll go ballistic on them and put them down.  North Korea is a major threat to worldwide peace.  They are suspected of aiding the dictatorship in Burma with a nascent nuclear program.  Throw in their aid to Iran and Syria.  These guys are no good.

If the world community had the balls to eliminate the North Korean regime, they would save themselves a lot of headaches in the future.


5 thoughts on “North Korea Barks Again

  1. With the Big O in the office? You’re joking, right?

    That dude wouldn’t have the balls to start another war, even if NK dropped a nuke on San Francisco.

  2. Kim Donkey Kong Jong Il has the best con game in history. There is no way he’ll mess up his golden lifestyle. He has it great. He know he does. He’ll never go too far.

    His own people starve and they still worship him.

    He keeps is cronies and higher ups in great straits. They’ll never turn on him. If he falls then they fall.

  3. I am not fan of genocide. But that entire nation and everyone in it needs to be destroyed. Just kiding.

    Kim John Il is living proof of the following:

    Le’Etat c’est moi – The state is me.

    That man has it very good indeed and he won’t do anything to ruin it. He lives very well. His cronies and higher ups do too. There is no way he’ll destroy that.

    Did you know at one time he was the world’s largest individual buyer of Henessey Cognac? I doubt he rank all of it. But his cronies and higher ups got nice share outs of it. The same goes for the 5,000 Mercedes Benz S-Class automobiles he purchased.

    But, there is a brighter note to all of this and one the liberals world wide should heed:

    North Korea is 100 percent absolute socialist. It is living proof how the goverment owning everything and directing everything is an abysmal flop.

  4. Well, look at how socialism destroyed freedom in the former USSR. Citizens couldn’t say one word against the government without being locked away without warning or ever being heard from again. In today’s China, you get a decade of hard labor for speaking against the government.

  5. @Mel. Youa re right about the USSR and North Korea, China and Cuba are the same way. Even western Europe and Canada breach things with their various forms of Hate Speech legislation.

    North Korea is a fascinating place to read about. Imagine driving 300 miles in any direction on the freeway and not seeing any cars and trucks on the road, or, very, very, very few. That is a bad sign for any nation when things and people are not on the move. But, in North Korea it is how things are.

    It’s quite amazing given their low population that country was able to squeeze its people hard enough to produce nuclear weapons. Usually the financial resources required for such an effort would bankrupt many nations of its size.

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