Trump may not have struck a peace deal with North Korea, but he sure as hell managed to box him in with crippling sanctions. Now that Trump’s on his way out, will he go back to business as usual?
The small man with the big ego has some thoughts about what kind of a greeting he will give Joe Biden.
In comments broadcast by North Korean state media and translated by NBC News, Kim said on Saturday, “Our external political activities must focus on our arch-enemy and the fundamental obstacle to our revolutionary development, the United States,” Kim told the 8th Congress of the Workers’ Party of Korea, the state-run Korean Central News Agency reported.
“The efforts will focus on overpowering and bringing them to their knees,” he added.
Kim also said, “No matter who is in power in the U.S., the true nature of the U.S. and its fundamental policies towards North Korea never change,” Reuters reported. –AmericanMilitaryNews
He thinks he can bring America to it’s knees, and yet, he waited until NOW to say so… for some reason.
Is it because he feared the size of Trump’s button more than he does Biden’? After all, if Joe really is Xi’s little b*tch, as we tend to believe, North Korea would know it. After all, China’s nearly the only country the hermit kingdom has any contact with.
Do you seriously think he wouldn’t exploit an opening like that?
And do you seriously think that Xi would stop him? Of course not.
Trump, on the other hand, was a wildcard. Not one that could be easily predicted, bullied, or bought by China.
What is North Korea’s plan?
Step one: get a big stick.
Step two: threaten America with it
Among a list of new weapons and technologies, Kim called for the development of hypersonic weapons and solid-fuel intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs). He also called for the development of new spy satellites and drones.
Kim also said North Korea is preparing to test a “multi-warhead rocket” and a supersonic gliding warhead for new ballistic missiles. Kim also said research for a new nuclear submarine is nearing completion. –AmericanMilitaryNews
Was Trump’s economic solution to Kim’s military aggression successful?
According to this MSN reporting, yes, it was.
Kim Jong Un’s ambitious new plan for the next five years is aimed at developing North Korea’s shattered economy, but the proposals may falter in the face of major crises that have already stalled the young leader’s current projects.
In remarks released this weekend, Kim blamed international sanctions as well as unanticipated crises including the coronavirus pandemic and natural disasters, for preventing the government from improving people’s lives, while criticising officials for mistakes that needed to be fixed.
He proposed becoming less dependent on imports, growing nearly every industry, and reforming the way officials work.
However, the new plan is unlikely to turn around the growing decay of the North Korean economy, making it difficult for Kim to deliver on his lofty promises and potentially cutting the resources available for treasured military projects, said Chad O’Carroll, CEO of Korea Risk Group, which monitors North Korea. –MSN
With the stories he tells about himself, Joe Biden likes to pretend he’s a tough guy, Corn Pop, and taking Trump behind the gym — now the world will find out if he’s as absolutely full of s*** as we all think he is.
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