"If I have to stop this car, North Korea, you'll be sorry."

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"If I have to stop this car, North Korea, you'll be sorry."

Postby NobleSavage » Fri Sep 09, 2016 12:17 pm

North Korea has tested its largest nuke to date. And everybody is talking about the "rogue state" like it's a dog that keeps pooping on the living room rug.

Barack Obama:

"when it comes to changing Pyongyang's behavior, it's tough. We will continue to put some of the toughest pressure North Korea has ever been under as a consequence of this behavior... we will continue to explore with all parties involved — including China — the means by which we can bring about a change in behavior."


Honestly, if I was Kim Jong Un, totalitarian despot of a paranoid, isolationist nation, and I read that, I'd call my weapons scientists and say
"Moar!"

Yeah. That's how I'd roll. "Change my behavior? I'll change your behavior!"
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Re: "If I have to stop this car, North Korea, you'll be sorr

Postby NobleSavage » Fri Sep 09, 2016 12:22 pm

Huh. Apparently, I'd conduct foreign policy like a Korean Donald Trump.
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Re: "If I have to stop this car, North Korea, you'll be sorr

Postby NobleSavage » Tue Sep 13, 2016 3:15 pm

On Friday morning local time, North Korea conducted its fifth nuclear test — the second such test this year.

The tests have prompted international condemnation — again, and with little apparent consequence. Strengthened sanctions on Pyongyang haven't discouraged Kim Jong Un from building up a nuclear program. North Korea's worried neighbors, South Korea and Japan, have been calling for a stronger response.


A stronger response?? Stronger than "international condemnation"??

The only thing left is to condemn the tests "in the strongest terms possible."

I mean, I'm not John Kerry or anything, but that just feels OTT.
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