North Korea’s Kim Jong Un says ICBM an Independence Day ‘gift’ to ‘American b**tards’

The North Korea problem that American President Donald Trump is grappling with is the outcome of indecisive dithering by former presidents Clinton, Bush, and Obama.

In all honesty, if I were Kim I too would take a hard line against the United States. Look at what happened to American allies Sadam Hussain and Colonel Gaddafi. Kim would have every reason to believe that his country would be invaded and destroyed as happened to Iraq.

The Daily Mail in a long, in-depth article, reports that President Trump called an emergency meeting on the Fourth of July to determine a measured response to Kim’s mischief making.

All of this drama begs the question of how a poor, backward country can develop advanced missile and nuclear technology. Me thinks their Chinese friends have been helping them, backstabbing the West in the process.

Straits Times

SEOUL (AFP) – North Korea’s intercontinental ballistic missile test was a “gift to American b**tards” on their independence day, Pyongyang’s official news agency on Wednesday (July 5) cited leader Kim Jong Un as saying.

The missile is capable of carrying a “large, heavy nuclear warhead” that can survive re-entry into the Earth’s atmosphere, the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) added.

After personally overseeing the launch, the KCNA reported, Mr Kim said “American b**tards would be not very happy with this gift sent on the July 4 anniversary”.

Breaking into peals of laughter, it said, he “added that we should send them gifts once in a while to help break their boredom”.

NORTH KOREA SAYS ICBM CAN CARRY ‘LARGE, HEAVY NUCLEAR WARHEAD’

North Korea’s intercontinental ballistic missile is capable of carrying a “large, heavy nuclear warhead” that can survive re-entry into the Earth’s atmosphere, its official news agency said on Wednesday.

The device, launched on Tuesday in a watershed moment for Pyongyang’s weapons ambitions, was capable of reaching Alaska, according to outside experts.

The Korean Central News Agency quoted leader Kim Jong Un, who personally oversaw the test, as having inspected the Hwasong-14 missile and “expressed satisfaction, saying it looked as handsome as a good-looking boy and was well made”.

North and South Korea have been divided since the war on the peninsula ended in 1953 with an armistice rather than a peace treaty, and Pyongyang says it needs nuclear weapons to defend itself against the threat of invasion.

The US “attempts to test our determination and ignores our warnings”, KCNA indirectly cited Kim as saying, and the North’s long confrontation with Washington had entered the “final stage”.

The North is subject to multiple rounds of United Nations sanctions over its nuclear and missile programmes, and the launch triggered a new chorus of condemnation.

THE ALLEGED MISSILE JUST BEFORE LAUNCH.

11 thoughts on “North Korea’s Kim Jong Un says ICBM an Independence Day ‘gift’ to ‘American b**tards’

    • Haha. I was thinking Sony. In reality, Kim gets his stuff from China.

  1. Obviously the red chinese are ‘helping’ ; and dont forget, the technology for these types of missiles were sold to those dogeating baby raping mass murdering bastards by one each killary clinton…for approximately [only] 600k, that can be accounted for at least.

    • But remember Klinton and Obunghole are anointed ones in the eyes of the elite. My dear long dead grandmother had visions (allegedly from God or someone who hacked his email account) when I was a wee lad she went on ranting that “The yellow race will overrun us, destroy America and rule the world with a Communist fist of iron, along with the Jews and blacks from Africa.

      She ranted back in 1950 through the 50’s

      • I had a piano teacher with a German name in the 1960s. He said to me one day “They should drop atom bombs on Chinese cities, there are too many of them”.
        Like your grandmother, he was right

  2. Who appointed, or voted for “democratically”, the USA as the worlds only policeman, judge, jury and executioner? There are 200 or so countries, most of them closer to North Korea than the USA. There are half a dozen nuclear armed nations, about eight I think, nine with the North Koreans. Why is only the US always out to “fix” the world by starting wars and restarting old wars? Yankee go home, and pull your head in. Disband half the US military – at least. Let South Korea fight the North, not US soldiers.
    Bastards seems a polite word to describe mass murderers. Only one nation has ever used nuclear weapons on another nation in a war crime “Day of Infamy”. Guess who the guilty country was?

    • I listen to the Sean Hannity show on radio when I’m out and about. The “patriot” community supports the policeman role for the US, as articulated forcefully by Hannity. The “rogue state” smear on Nork is strong, as is the “fat boy with a bad haircut” insult. The US is an empire and millions want it to act that way while the dummies are happy with the meds, TV, and feetsball. What a sick culture. I can criticize it easily since I used to be a Reagan Republican conservative.

      • Who polices the actions of the USA? Such as prosecutions for the unprovoked aggressive war on Iraq in 2003? The USA refused to sign up to be judged at the International Court at The Hague. Only patriots and heroes like Slobodan Milosevic get prosecuted there. Henry Kissinger, George Bush, Dick Cheney are never required to stand trial for their international crimes anywhere. Just as (((Soviet))) war criminals were never tried in Court.

        What if the international policeman is a corrupt and greedy State?
        The USA has might, but not right.
        The USA and Israel and the world’s leading rogue nations. Who has Kim invaded? Which distant country has North Korea dropped bombs on? The Korean War never ended, and is still on after 60 years. Whose fault is it that no peace treaty was ever signed, and that 30,000 USA troops have sat on the DMZ in Korea for 60 years – at US taxpayer expense.

        Kim might drop a bomb on the Nips one day. Why should the USA go to war because of this? Let the Nips solve the problem themselves. They can build their own bomb and most likely will. Joint the Big Club. I am surprised there are not dozens of countries with nuclear bombs. Australia starting building one in the 1960s but stopped, maybe Big Brother ally told them – “hey you are too small to join this Big Boys Club”. South Africa was building one with Israeli help in the 1980s – but stopped when they knew a Coon would have his hand on the red button.

      • The average American probably wants to bomb the sh*t out of North Korea. I heard a radio guy today say that’s what he’d do. The propaganda against Nork has been going on all my life. I question it now, but except here, not too loudly.

  3. The problem with North Korea is that it has threatened to use nuclear weapons against us in the past as well as present day. No other nuclear-equipped country in the world has ever threatened another with nuclear weapons even during the Cold War between the U.S. and the Soviets/Chinese Communists. This threat is akin to your next door neighbor threatening to kill you and throwing knives at your front door.

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