North Korea’s Holiday Gift Card to U.S. Comes with a Warning
Kim Jong-un to Resume Long Range Missile Testing?
Cristal M Clark
Well it’s that time of year, you know where one would normally attempt to spread cheer and good will towards all of mankind, but not North Korea, no Kim Jong-un apparently decided to send his romantic former lover Donald Trump a holiday warning, albeit no one is quite sure what that entails, exactly.
In a statement translated on the state news agency, Ri Thae Song, a first vice minister at the North Korean Foreign Ministry working on US affairs, accused US policy makers of leveraging talks with Kim Jong Un for domestic political gain.
“The dialogue touted by the US is, in essence, nothing but a foolish trick hatched to keep the DPRK bound to dialogue and use it in favor of the political situation and election in the US, it is entirely up to the US what Christmas gift it will select to get.”
Not sure about how the rest of you feel about this but it certainly sounds like someone (Donald) is in the dog house.
This is not the first time North Korea has referred to it’s ICBM as a gift for the US, back for July 4th 2017 they test launched an ICBM and referred to that test as a gift for the US.
To be clear talks between the US and North Korea have stalled after all North Korea could resume it’s long-distance missile tests, as we get closer to the country’s self-imposed end-of-year deadline for nuclear negotiations with the Trump administration.
All in all, if the Trump administration did not see this one coming, I am utterly shocked Kim after all has been dropping quite a few hints towards this the past several months.
Cristal M Clark