Kim Jong-un calls Trump a ‘rogue and a gangster fond of playing with fire’

In the first statement known to be issued directly in his name, Kim Jong-un says: The speech made by the U.S. president in his maiden address on the U.N. arena in the prevailing serious circumstances, in which the situation on the Korean Peninsula has been rendered tense as never before and is inching closer to a touch-and-go state, is arousing worldwide concern.

Shaping the general idea of what he would say, I expected he would make stereotyped, prepared remarks a little different from what he used to utter in his office on the spur of the moment as he had to speak on the world’s biggest official diplomatic stage.

But, far from making remarks of any persuasive power that can be viewed to be helpful to defusing tension, he made unprecedented rude nonsense one has never heard from any of his predecessors.

A frightened dog barks louder.

I’d like to advise Trump to exercise prudence in selecting words and to be considerate of whom he speaks to when making a speech in front of the world.

The mentally deranged behavior of the U.S. president openly expressing on the U.N. arena the unethical will to “totally destroy” a sovereign state, beyond the boundary of threats of regime change or overturn of social system, makes even those with normal thinking faculty think about discretion and composure.

His remarks remind me of such words as “political layman” and “political heretic” which were in vogue in reference to Trump during his presidential election campaign.

After taking office Trump has rendered the world restless through threats and blackmail against all countries in the world. He is unfit to hold the prerogative of supreme command of a country, and he is surely a rogue and a gangster fond of playing with fire, rather than a politician.

His remarks which described the U.S. option through straightforward expression of his will have convinced me, rather than frightening or stopping me, that the path I chose is correct and that it is the one I have to follow to the last.

Now that Trump has denied the existence of and insulted me and my country in front of the eyes of the world and made the most ferocious declaration of a war in history that he would destroy the D.P.R.K. [Democratic People’s Republic of Korea], we will consider with seriousness exercising of a corresponding, highest level of hard-line countermeasure in history.

Action is the best option in treating the dotard who, hard of hearing, is uttering only what he wants to say. [Continue reading…]

After eight months in office, this is Donald Trump’s singular accomplishment on the world stage: he has managed to make the president of the United States appear less predictable and less credible than the leader of North Korea!

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2 thoughts on “Kim Jong-un calls Trump a ‘rogue and a gangster fond of playing with fire’

  1. hquain

    You’ve got this one right! Trump has made a couple of terrific tactical blunders.

    First, issuing threats he cannot possibly carry through on. Let me guess that all those managerial manuals out there on how to persuade, influence, cajole, arm-twist and otherwise get what you want out of people do not counsel you to begin at the maximum threat level you can muster…

    Second, by so doing, he’s switched level from military and economic, where the US has a huge advantage, to the purely verbal. As we’ve seen, this playing field is as level as can be. First the President of Iran accurately tags him as “ignorant, absurd and hateful,” and then Kim (or his talented writer) 3rd-degree-burns him as a “deranged dotard.” English, the world language!

  2. Paul Woodward

    As I like to say, the bi-lingual will inherit the Earth. (Much as I would hope he was right, Jesus’s claim that the meek will inherit the Earth still appears to be the expression of wishful thinking.)

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