Friday, November 17, 2017

North Korea Sentences Donald Trump To Death


US President Donald Trump, who is somewhat famous for his relentless commentary on Twitter, has offended the wrong leader. After tweeting, “Why would Kim Jong-un insult me by calling me ‘old,’ when I would NEVER call him ‘short and fat?’ Oh well, I try so hard to be his friend – and maybe someday that will happen!”, he not only offended Kim Jong-un, but the entire populace of North Korea.

According to the newspaper Rodong Sinmun, Trump “hurt the dignity of the supreme leadership” when he criticized Kim Jong-un’s regime during his visit to South Korea. Because of this, he apparently deserves the death penalty. The editorial reads, “The worst crime for which he can never be pardoned is that he dared (to) malignantly hurt the dignity of the supreme leadership. He should know that he is just a hideous criminal sentenced to death by the Korean people.”
The article went on to accuse Trump of canceling a visit to the country ruled by a dictatorship because he is “too scared to face the glaring eyes of our troops.” In reality, the trip was called off due to inclement weather, according to the White House.

The entire purpose of Trump’s tour through Asia was to unite the continent’s powers against Kim. The goal, reportedly, is to “end the isolated nation’s nuclear weapons program.” While he was in South Korea, the US President denounced the regime up north as a “cruel dictatorship.” His tweet on November 11, 2017 did nothing to smooth things over.
To help contain the North Korean threat, President Trump called on China to intervene. According to China’s foreign ministry, President XI Jinping’s special envoy will be sent to Pyongyang within the week to talk with Trump. In previous meetings, the US president urged XI to act. He warned that “time is quickly running out.” It doesn’t look like China is in the mood to pick sides, however.

Fortunately, “China is now actively making diplomatic efforts,” according to Wang Dong, a foreign policy specialist at Peking University.  He said, “Before Trump’s visit to China, there was a strong smell of gunpowder between the US and North Korea. The nuclear issue at a key point. If the US or North Korea make a wrong move, it will likely result in military conflict. So China is trying to do all sorts of work, first to persuade the United States, and now also North Korea.”
As The Independent reports, the state newspaper has attacked Trump before. Earlier this year, it called him a “rabid dog,” a “psychopath” and even suggested that it could “reduce the US mainland” to rubble at any moment.

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