August 19, 2018
Despite the kike portrayal of North Korea as barbaric or whatever the fuck they babble on about, they are one of the highest IQ population groups on the planet.
And Kim has some insightful advice for Trump: eliminate the opposition, brutally, in response to their vicious attempts to thwart the peace deal on the Korean Peninsula.
I don’t know if Kim really sent a bunch of people to icy prison work camps – it seems to me this was exaggerated by kikes – but in general, I respect the concept of icy prison work camps. The kikes claim that this is an abuse of “human rights” – but in fact, it is merely a way to protect the most basic human right: the human right to not get jerked-off in lame fuck-arounds by weirdos, perverts, traitors and time-wasters.
A lot of people – in particular, people with serious business – simply do not have the time to be jerked around by a bunch of fuckheads, so they send them to prison camps.
I can think of more than a lot of people in America who belong in a Korea ice-mine.
North Korea lashed out at Donald Trump’s rivals for “a deadlock” in bilateral relations, calling upon the US leader to act in a “bold” manner, in a statement that differs dramatically from the North’s stance on the US last year.
In a lengthy editorial, Rodong Sinmun, the official newspaper of the North’s ruling party, praised US President Donald Trump for seeking to improve relations between Washington and Pyongyang. “However, he faces too many opponents,” it said.
Yeah, no shit.
This guy GETS IT.
According to the paper, Democrats and even some Republicans are hampering Trump’s peace efforts and the media is undermining his policies. Bureaucrats and presidential aides are “speaking and moving in contradiction to the president’s will” and are “distorting facts and covering up his eyes and ears in order to mislead him to a wrong decision.”
Yeah, see – they don’t have this problem in DPRK.
Because jerk-offs who try to run you around on their fucktrains get fucked off to camps.
The editorial says that the political opponents of the US president are “raising their voice, dismissing the Singapore joint statement and boycotting a declaration of an end to the war.” But what it thinks will end the “current deadlock in the DPRK-US relations” is “President Trump’s bold decision.”
There is actually a way that Trump can legally have the entire Congress executed.
That’s a thing.
Rodong Sinmun’s position shows a U-turn in North Korea’s attitude towards Donald Trump – from “hammers of war” in summer 2017 to “Trump’s improving ties with Pyongyang” a year later.
In June, Democratic congressional leaders slammed Trump for making concessions at the Singapore summit with Kim. US Senator Chuck Schumer said that “by granting a meeting with Chairman Kim, President Trump has granted a brutal and repressive dictatorship the international legitimacy it has long craved.”
Also in June, Senator Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina) hinted at the need for war against North Korea, saying that “if diplomacy fails, as a last resort, Democrats and Republicans need to put the military option on the table or we’ll never get a good deal.”
Chuck Schumer and Lindsey Graham both would have preferred a nuclear war because of… human rights.
Would they not be better in prison camps?