THE KID’S MIDDLE MANAGEMENT MALAISE
Four-time Walkley Award winning political commentator and Churchill Fellow, has returned to the fray over concern that the integrity of news dissemination is continually being threatened by a partisan media.
At every nuclear and ICBM test Kim Jong-Un has conducted he has entertained Iran’s military brass in lavish style. Pyongyang no longer needs China to the extent it once did as the luxury items Kim Jong-Un needs for himself and to keep his military chiefs at bay can easily be imported from Iran or its cooperative friends Russia and Turkey who gladly defy UN sanctions to import North Korea’s exports.
Iran's President Hassan Rowhani meets with North Korea's head of state, Kim Yong-Nam, with his entourage
Barack Obama can fairly be blamed for North Korea’s current uprising because he gave a sanction-free path to nuclear development for Iran without a moment’s consideration for any linkage to a looming North Korea.
What Iran has nuclear, so too does North Korea.
To assist with Iran’s nuclear development Obama also released plane loads of billions in US dollars. Why? Any sane person might ask.
Well, Obama has never admitted it, but he shares the same ambition as the Iranian Shia Muslims and that is to have Israel blown off the map and dumped into the Mediterranean.
He also agreed with Iran and Turkey to have Kurdistan’s plea for a separate State ignored… and that’s why he refused to arm the Kurds who were, and still are, fighting effectively with ancient weapons against ISIS on the Syrian border.
“Cooperative” for now but when it comes to overlapping former empires (Persian, Ottoman and USSR) that all three want restored, it will be “bitter enemies”.
Is Australia at risk? Hardly, as it would take an ICBM to re-enter the atmosphere without blowing up before landing anywhere between Birdsville racetrack and the Antarctic's Mawson Station.
A weak Turnbull and Bishop duo is demanding more sanctions. Yawn, how predictable! Sanctions never work and if they do they only hurt innocent citizens and never the regime itself.
South Africa prospered mightily under the Apartheid sanctions and since they have been lifted the country has sunk back into insolvency and unchecked corruption. Ask any South African… the SA blacks are far worse off now than they were under Apartheid.
As said here often, the later they leave tackling the North Korean problem the stronger North Korea becomes and the greater the eventual collateral damage. Trump understands that.
South Korea will never agree to a pre-emptive US strike but it may not need to agree if the kid’s rockets land near Guam or Japan.
Can Kim Jong-Un be taken out? Of course he can. And so could every nuclear and ICBM facility in the country but it would all need to happen within minutes as the leadership below the kid has not had the direction and the training to know what to do next without their dear leader, apart from cry in delight while applauding and pretending to take notes on what he is saying under threat of being eaten by his starving Alsatian dogs who are trained to look forward to yummy meals of Kim’s relatives.
There is no loyalty in middle management, only fear.
Middle management generals gets a medal each time they escape the Alsatians but despite their age, few die naturally.
And no-one in North Korea, including the kid, has any experience of war, let alone nuclear war. The US has demanded another UN Security Council meeting to discuss the next step.
But the first real sign that the US is preparing to take this obese maggot out without Security Council consent will be when he withdraws all Americans from north of the DMZ.
As another nuclear test looms imminent, Trump has instructed that all Americans withdraw by the end of this month.
And the bill for even a limited nuclear conflict should be sent directly to Barack Obama.