by John Galt
September 22, 2016 21:15 ET
In the world of “yes, the dangerous little nut job in North Korea is up to it again” file, tonight he decided to raise the stakes a little bit more after promising last night to “completely reduce to ashes Seoul” because of this week’s fly-by of U.S. strategic bombers.
From Yonhap News tonight:
Two U.S. Air Force B-1B strategic bombers this week made the closest-ever flight to North Korea to warn the communist country against any further provocations, the U.S. Pacific Command (USPACOM) said Thursday.
North Korea conducted its fifth underground nuclear test on Sept. 9, despite international condemnations and sanctions imposed after the previous nuke detonation in January. The latest provocation came on the heels of the launch of three ballistic missiles four days earlier.
One of the two B-1B Lancers landed on Osan Air Base in Pyeongtaek, 70 kilometers south of Seoul, after flying over the skies of South Korea on Wednesday. The other returned to Andersen Air Base in Guam the same day.
“It was the first time a Lancer landed on the Korean Peninsula in 20 years (since 1996),” the USPACOM’s website showed.
Of course that initiated another irrational response from a nation which could be wiped out in about 45 minutes by one Trident sub. Tonight’s reply from Pyongyang was classic, needless to say as quoted from the same Yonhap News article linked above:
The statement from the KPA also showed their anger against the U.S., saying the country can launch a strike at U.S. territory.
“Should they escalate the danger of military provocations by letting B-1Bs fly over the air of Korea, the KPA will sweep Guam, the base of provocations, from the surface of the earth,” it said. “The U.S. introduction of nuclear war means would put its aggressor forces’ bases in the theatres of Pacific operations into a nuclear nightmare.”
The KPA said the only way for the U.S. and South Korea to avoid their attack is to “exercise prudence and self-restraint, refraining from infringing upon the latter’s dignity and security.”
With the adoption of the ‘dignity’ angle, it is safe to assume that Black Lives Matter is now advising the North Korean leader.
Can someone, anyone, please steal a tank and get rid of this little turd like they did in the movie “The Interview”? Seriously, please.