Skip to comments.'Unprecedented' North Korea letter dismissed as a 'rant'
Posted on 10/20/2017 8:56:37 AM PDT by Oldeconomybuyer
North Korea has warned it will not be intimidated by Donald Trump's threats in an "unprecedented" letter sent to other countries.
"If Trump thinks that he would bring the DPRK, a nuclear power, to its knees through nuclear war threat, it will be a big miscalculation and an expression of ignorance," the letter said.
"Trump threatened to totally destroy the DPRK ... it is an extreme act of threatening to totally destroy the whole world."
The document was published by the Sydney Morning Herald and has been verified by Australia's foreign ministry.
Foreign minister Julie Bishop described the missive as an "unprecedented" communication.
She said: "It is not the way they usually publish their global messages.
"The collective strategy of imposing maximum diplomatic and economic pressure through sanctions on North Korea is working. This is a response to the pressure."
(Excerpt) Read more at news.sky.com ...
Finally, Kim is being recognized for what he is.
In other words
“TRUMP IS BEING MEAN TO ME!”
Ever notice there is only ONE fat person in N. Korea?
We tried diplomacy for 60 years and now they have nuclear ICBMs and they’re threatening us with them. Soon they will be blackmailing us with them. 60 years of diplomacy has shown us one thing-diplomacy has utterly failed. Furthermore, it seems clear that there is no diplomatic solution here unless you consider accepting blackmail as a diplomatic solution. This isn’t Trump’s doing.
I find this picture to be irresponsible-how many will check to make sure it was photoshopped (I did). I can’t say exactly why it bothers me, but it does. Doesn’t mean you have to take it down, just telling how I feel.
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