Putting sense in NoKor leader’s head

 

Detonation site and NoKor leader Kim Jong Un

Detonation site and NoKor leader Kim Jong Un

In an absolute defiance of the UN and utter disregard for sobriety and moderation called by the more advanced and concerned nations in the world, like, the US, Russia, Japan, South Korea and China, North Korea went ahead and executed its third nuclear test.

Not one to be humiliated (https://quierosaber.wordpress.com/tag/nuclear-test/), the rogue nation’s young despot, Kim Jong Un, made sure this time that what they failed to succeed in outer space will not happen underground.

According to South Korea, seismic activity suggests the explosion measured some 6 to 7 kilotons—more than previous tests but less than the 20 kilotons detonated in Hiroshima.

Seismic tests by several countries suggested the test, which the NoKor called “safe and perfect,” occurred near the location where they conducted earlier test and according to the US Geological Survey it was just a kilometer underground.

It is said that the latest test involved a “miniaturized and lighter nuclear device with greater explosive force than previously” in 2006 and 2009.

One can understand the insolence of Jong Un against its neighbors, South Korea and Japan, and to some extent the US, but to show the same arrogance against China, who has been always supportive of NoKor, except for this one, is simply insensible and contemptuous.

No doubt it is back-stabbing China, but the question now is: How is China going to take it?

Will China now untie the apron that has always been seen as being tied to China’s waistline?

“Provocations of the sort we saw last night will only isolate them further, as we stand by our allies, strengthen our own missile defense and lead the world in taking firm action in response to these threats,” US President Barack Obama said.

How many more provocations have to be executed, before the world has to walk the walk or walk the talk or whatever, for as long as sense is pounced in the head of this young, arrogant dictator?

How much longer can the US and its allies stomach the cockiness of NoKor’s leader, and to think that he is still in his late 20s and a leader of a starving nation?

In a brazen affront to the world’s greatest power, not long after the nuclear test, the country’s official news agency immediately released the following statements:

“The latest nuclear test was only the first action, with which we exercised as much self-restraint as possible.”

“If the US further complicates the situation with continued hostility, we will be left with no choice but to take even stronger second or third rounds of action.”

North Korea did not mince words in saying that the 3rd nuclear test was directly targeted at the United States. It accuses Washington of inciting global condemnation of its nuclear program and of leading the sanctions charge in the UN Security Council.

The ministry statement said any measure like forced ship inspections or a sea blockade would be considered an “act or war” and trigger “merciless retaliations”.

Talking about provocative words after provocative deeds, coming from a desperate and attention seeking nation!

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14 comments on “Putting sense in NoKor leader’s head

  1. Jeff Lippi says:

    I’ve been waiting for you to make a post about this.The kid certainly talks the talk,but in no way does he walk the walk.That’s a lot of hot air that he’s blowing.He sounds a lot like Saddam Hussein…speaking words that never took shape.I kind of liked Saddam,but this kid’s a nerd.The entire world is laughing at this country….because that’s what they’re trying to do…..take on the whole world.It’s been quite a while since NoKor was involved in a war,they’re a small country,they don’t have any allies,they lack modern warfare experience.If they want to be provocative…..then I wish that they would start a war soon.Then we can put them in their place once and for all.Let’s get it over with.The main reason that I say this is for the sake of the common people of NoKor.They have suffered more than enough under this regime.It’s high time that they can experience freedom.

    • quierosaber says:

      This is a case of a lethal weapon being in the hands of a young, arrogant and irresponsible tyrant. I do not know what is in this family that has successfully been able to hypnotize practically all of their subjects for years and years now. That being the case one has to continue handling them with utmost care by tightening the screws slowly. For a trigger happy regime with aging generals that are just more than willing to pull it, it could be pretty calamitous for the neighboring countries. I hope they will realize soon that one false move and that will be it for them. But how I wish the populace will have the courage to rebel and will be able to see their leaders hanging from the lamp posts.

      • Jeff Lippi says:

        I would say that the general population does not have weapons to create a functional rebellion.It appears that they are not allowed access to much of anything,including cellphones.The government has effectively cut them off from the real world.They could probably try peaceful resistance just like what occurred in India,but I feel that the government would just mow them down.There are several North Korean liberation groups on FaceBook.It just seems that their voices are not being listened closely to.But like you say….tighten the screws slowly,and one of these days they will make the wrong move.When NoKor gets invaded…..I’ll bet all these aging generals will turn their back on the kid and save their own skin.I don’t think any of them will go down with the ship.The kid is just a puppet.

      • quierosaber says:

        What a big relief it would be to the poor, hungry North Koreans if this could come sooner than later. It will also give the whole world a break from watching every move of this irresponsible kid who appears to be too big for his britches.

  2. Jeff Lippi says:

    I don’t think he wears britches…..I’d say he still wears diapers.

    • quierosaber says:

      More like it!

      • Jeff Lippi says:

        And I’ll sum it all up with this NoKor joke that I came upon.This is a joke that came from a North Korean who was fortunate to escape the misery.

        Chang Man Yong works on a collective farm in North Korea. He goes fishing, gets lucky, and brings a fish home. Happy about his catch, he tells his wife: “Look what I’ve got. Shall we eat fried fish today?”

        The wife says: “We’ve got no cooking oil!”
        “Shall we stew it, then?”
        “We’ve got no pot!”
        “Shall we grill it?”
        “We’ve got no firewood!”

        Chang Man Yong gets angry, goes back to the river, and throws the fish back into the water.

        The fish, happy to have had such a narrow escape, sticks its head out of the water and cheerfully yells: “Long live General Kim Jong Il!”

      • quierosaber says:

        LOL! At least some people can still make jokes out of their misery.

  3. Jeff Lippi says:

    Considering the seriousness of the situation as it is developing….I felt it most necessary to post this article which reflects how fearful the citizens of the USA are of this mean little boy.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldviews/wp/2013/03/29/texans-mock-kim-jong-uns-apparent-plan-to-strike-austin/

    • quierosaber says:

      LOL! Well, he is actually NoKor’s biggest mockery! One really wonders how NoKor’s fierce looking, goose-stepping soldiers and their grizzled officers can be so freaking fearful, devoted and fanatic followers of this buffoon?

  4. Jeff Lippi says:

    On the serious side….I am not a war monger,BUT……NoKor has got to be stopped.The only way to stop their immature insanity is to attack,and attack soon.The leaders are sick.If and when we do attack,I pray that there will be little if any harm done to the innocents…..the so called collateral damage.They have suffered enough.

    • quierosaber says:

      Was about to write the latest development where NoKor is poised to strike SoKor and even the US because of the joint exercises being conducted but I decided not to. I think I have said enough about this dork that saying more only infuriates me more. It is just as well that the leaders of the free world have enough patience to deal with him. Just hoping he won’t bark the wrong orders.

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