Child Emperor Plays Basketball While North Korea And China Scheme

I think it is fair to say that our American Child Emperor is not engaged by the Commander-in-Chief part of his job.  He has two gears and no other—he is either a frenzied campaign performance artist or a routine White House slouch who intersperses his smoke breaks with meaningless basketball games played by middle-aged men.

The American public is being fed unconscionable drivel to convince them that all is well, that what we have here is just a few savages misbehaving over some borderland.  That is a perilously foolish meme.  Why, because Tehran is a client of Kim Jung-Il’s nuclear program.  North Korea’s apparent upgrade to its nuclear-fuel production capabilities is raising fears among lawmakers and proliferation experts about Pyongyang’s potential role in supplying Iran and others with the sophisticated machinery.

The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea executed the missile attacks on South Korea with cunning and their target was innocent people.  Their handiwork, which Beijing knew about beforehand, left two South Korean marines and two civilians dead and another eighteen injured.  Little Shi Mina (pictured in my post at my site) was playing on her tricycle when a shell crashed through a roof on the opposite side of the road where she was playing and erupted into a fireball.  The windows of her home were blown out as her frantic father scrambled to pull her to safety. She has been in shock ever since.

Deploying the USS George Washington to the Yellow Sea does not answer the scheming, immovable feudal regime of Kim Jung-Il and his dim son. The US treaties with Tokyo and Seoul are nearly worthless.  The situation between the Koreas is fragile, dangerous and unacceptable.

I encourage you to read what Gordon G. Chang, author of Nuclear Showdown: North Korea Takes On the World and The Coming Collapse of China has to say about Jung-Il’s promotion of “songun” .

Read more at No Sheeples Here.