More pressure on Fat Kim

I know that most people will see this as some sort of act of deterrence directed toward the United States but I don’t think so.

The Chinese sent Troops to the Yalu River last week.

Russia is now massing troops along the North Korean border near Vladivostok

Then, of course, there are new threats from North Korea that even the Russians and Chinese know are unacceptable.

Fat Kim is going down.

Bookmark the permalink.

3 Responses to More pressure on Fat Kim

  1. R.D. Walker says:

    “Fat Kim is going down.”

    I suspect that is true. I also expect him to be replaced by a obedient puppet of China.

    • MadBrad says:

      Yes and that will be an improvement. It’s the only solution. The North is too damaged societally to be governed by anyone other than themselves. It would be stupid for the South to seek any kind of reunification. The Chinese need to pick who they want to be in charge and make it happen. The problem is that it’s hard to know who is who. Really bad things happen to Spies. I wonder if the Chinese know who they need to know.

  2. R.D. Walker says:

    In light of all of this, the ‘Good Koreans’ want to correct the Donald and make sure he understands that Korea was never, ever part of China.

    In an interview with the Wall Street Journal last week, Trump said Xi told him during a recent summit that “Korea actually used to be a part of China.” The comments sparked outrage in Seoul and became an issue in South Korea’s presidential race, prompting the foreign ministry to seek to verify what Xi actually said.

    “It’s a clear fact acknowledged by the international community that, for thousands of years in history, Korea has never been part of China,” foreign ministry spokesman Cho June-hyuck said at a briefing in Seoul on Thursday.

    Don needs to understand that a well behaved puppet of China in North Korea might be acceptable but it sure as hell isn’t in South Korea.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *