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My letter to Donald Trump

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posted on Sep, 24 2017 @ 11:30 AM
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Ri Yong-ho's comments to the General Assembly on Saturday mimicked Mr Trump's remarks at the UN on Tuesday, when he called North Korean leader Kim Jong-un a "rocket man on a suicide mission".

Mr Ri said that "insults" by Mr Trump were an "irreversible mistake making it inevitable" that North Korean rockets would hit the US mainland.

The US president, the foreign minister said, would "pay dearly" for his speech, in which he also said he would "totally destroy" North Korea if the US was forced to defend itself or its allies.

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As someone who lives in a city where a North Korean nuke just might fall, I'd like to extend my sincerest middle finger to you, Donald Trump. I don't think I'm alone in not wanting to die in a nuclear holocaust because a 71 year old child can't keep his idiot mouth shut.

Trump, if by some divine miracle you read these words, shut up. This isn't a reality TV show, this isn't pro-wrestling. The stakes you risk now with your bloviating self-serving "comments" are the lives of the citizens of this country and those in our military who you claim to have great respect for.

If you truly cared about our military or our citizens you wouldn't be risking their lives in some juvenile #### measuring contest with foreign despots, just to keep up the image of "Trump". Whatever that is..

You have to leave a non-nuclear way out for North Korea. With the current rhetoric that doesn't seem like a possibility. Just know, that if North Korea launches missles at the U.S. and you retaliate and wipe them off the map, you still lose. Even more bigly. And you don't have Bannon by your side to spin those radioactive American cities into some idiot whispered positive.

So in closing, grow up.

Sincerely,

An American who doesn't want to glow in the dark.



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posted on Sep, 24 2017 @ 11:36 AM
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a reply to: underwerks

So it's Trump's fault if NK fire a nuke at you?

Okay then mate...



posted on Sep, 24 2017 @ 11:36 AM
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a reply to: underwerks

I never liked Trump. I consider him more of a liability than an asset. Then again, the Deep State (or someone more powerful) put Trump as controlled opposition a la Emmanuel Goldstein from 1984, so he is probably paid to follow a script.



posted on Sep, 24 2017 @ 11:37 AM
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a reply to: underwerks

Pull yourself together, Soldier. Don't let Lil Kim terrify you, that is what he wants.

Kim will not get anywhere near you. Even China know he is a liability. He lost before he started. Don't worry, now listen to this little pep talk...



I'm just trying to cheer you up with some humour.


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posted on Sep, 24 2017 @ 11:39 AM
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originally posted by: Wide-Eyes
a reply to: underwerks

So it's Trump's fault if NK fire a nuke at you?

Okay then mate...



No, but there is such a thing as provoking a madman.

If you go up to a hungry tiger and poke it over and over, yes it's the tigers fault if it turns around and savages you, but it's also sort of your fault for poking it so much in the first place.

Not the best analogy ever, but I think it's accurate.



posted on Sep, 24 2017 @ 11:40 AM
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a reply to: Revolution9

I don't fully trust China to do anything since there are probably factions within the Chinese government and military that are still sympathetic to Kim. Sure the current Chinese premier hated Kim but he didn't do anything drastic possibly due to fears of angering them.
edit on 9/24/2017 by starwarsisreal because: (no reason given)



posted on Sep, 24 2017 @ 11:41 AM
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fear much...



posted on Sep, 24 2017 @ 11:43 AM
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originally posted by: Wide-Eyes
a reply to: underwerks

So it's Trump's fault if NK fire a nuke at you?

Okay then mate...

If he'd rather provoke a nuclear response that kills a great number of Americans instead of talking and compromising, then yes, it lays squarely on him.

That shows he cares more about sating his ego than the actual safety of the people in this country.



posted on Sep, 24 2017 @ 11:45 AM
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a reply to: underwerks


Look this Script is going on for at least 20 years. I am afraid Trump just a pawn in the swamp , tries to make a difference.

NK , not important real target of DS is China. NK will come and go.
It's a boogey man used to steer people away from the truth , accept that or watch some Morgan freeman or other by hollywood actors induced drama... and be very afraid



posted on Sep, 24 2017 @ 11:47 AM
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a reply to: Painterz

Who is poking whom?

Your analogy is pretty good, you just got the roles the wrong way round.


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posted on Sep, 24 2017 @ 11:48 AM
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a reply to: underwerks

Ok just take it easy.
You want to give Trump the middle finger?
Where were you when the Kim family has been giving the US the middle finger for the last 30 years or more?
It's not Trump's fault, it never should have gotten this far with NK at all.



posted on Sep, 24 2017 @ 11:48 AM
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a reply to: underwerks

Welcome to the real world.



posted on Sep, 24 2017 @ 11:51 AM
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originally posted by: starwarsisreal
a reply to: Revolution9

I don't fully trust China to do anything since there are probably factions within the Chinese government and military that are still sympathetic to Kim. Sure the current Chinese premier hated Kim but he didn't do anything drastic for the fear of angering that faction.


The way the dice has fallen it is in China's interests to calm Kim down. They will only lose, too, big time, if they backed what crazy boy is doing. He is a nutter. Really, he is a ruthless murderer with mania and delusions of grandeur that he is the sun king.

What do you do. Do you let a gimp like that call any shots?

www.cbc.ca...


"Many here now see North Korea as a major liability," says Zhao Tong, North Korea expert at Beijing's Carnegie-Tsinghua Centre for Global Policy. "And it appears North Korea doesn't mind annoying Beijing."




Indeed, she said, Beijing has made "enormous sacrifices" in an effort to force Pyongyang to abandon its weapons program. 'We're scared, obviously': Japanese worry over growing North Korean nuclear threats North Korean leader vows to complete nuclear weapons program Last week at the United Nations Security Council, China agreed on a package of tough new sanctions that includes a cap on oil exports to North Korea resulting in 30 per cent less fuel for Pyongyang. Washington had lobbied hard for a total embargo, but China and Russia refused. The UN package also bans the export of North Korean textile products and freezes the employment of workers from the country abroad. In all, the sanctions could cost Pyongyang $1.3 billion US in lost revenues.


I've done a lot of reading about what China are thinking about Kim and his antics. On this one I think they don't want this upstart to lose them trade and money. They are allowing a steady increase in sanctions, so are Russia.

I think Kim thought he could stir up trouble, get China and Russia to declare their undying love for him, but it didn't happen like that. As it turns out the big boys are going to teach this naughty little Kim a lesson may be. The world and the goal posts, interests have changed since the Korean War. It is not the same world. It does not look the same. I almost pity Kim and I do feel very sorry for the North Korean people. They are living in the past from too much isolation. It's actually really sadly a pathetic scenario, for the people of North Korea who are going to have to become very uncomfortable because of the sanctions. They are not allowed to disagree with Kim. He would torture and kill them if they say one word against him. Every neighbour is a spy for Kim, too.

I don't know what the future holds. The U.S and China are totally locked in trading now. The biggest money in the world is being passed between these nations.

Trump didn't start it. He is just posturing and playing it tough. He is right to play it tough on this occasion.


edit on 24-9-2017 by Revolution9 because: (no reason given)



posted on Sep, 24 2017 @ 11:51 AM
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originally posted by: Revolution9
a reply to: underwerks

Pull yourself together, Soldier. Don't let Lil Kim terrify you, that is what he wants.

Kim will not get anywhere near you. Even China know he is a liability. He lost before he started. Don't worry, now listen to this little pep talk...



I'm just trying to cheer you up with some humour.

Oh, I'm not scared. I'd just take it personal if I died because of a bloviating reality TV star.




posted on Sep, 24 2017 @ 11:53 AM
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originally posted by: knowledgehunter0986
a reply to: underwerks

Welcome to the real world.

Where Trump is an idiot child that talks like a middle school bully?

Pretty sure I've been here the whole time. Thanks for finally showing up though.




posted on Sep, 24 2017 @ 11:53 AM
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a reply to: underwerks
A NK nuke will never land on US territory because soon we will start blasting his #ing rockets out of the sky if they so much look in Japan's direction!

JAPAN! WE GOT YOUR BACK YO!!!! WE WILL NEVER ALLOW YOU TO BE ATTACKED OR INTIMIDATED WITHOUT CONSEQUENCES!!

Rocket man, your days are numbered!



posted on Sep, 24 2017 @ 11:56 AM
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Maybe if California succeeds at succession they will not be a target of Kim.

I think they should. Everyone in California should demand that they leave the Union.



posted on Sep, 24 2017 @ 12:15 PM
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originally posted by: Wide-Eyes
a reply to: Painterz

Who is poking whom?

Your analogy is pretty good, you just got the roles the wrong way round.


I think he got it pretty much right. North Korean leaders have been fecking about for years with just a weather eye kept on them. Now, Trump is provoking steadily, he has been asked to cool it and keep it non-personal in the past, and most recently that was repeated, as more of a warning really.
The two Am-ego's are pretty much the same at the end of the day, except Donald probably doesn't like the sight of blood, while both like to posture using all the oratory devices of blood and guts, and to bolster their image.
The rest of the world is telling them both to shut up..if you can't see that then is your problem, there are no good guys and bad guys in this scenario.



posted on Sep, 24 2017 @ 12:25 PM
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originally posted by: Revolution9

originally posted by: starwarsisreal
a reply to: Revolution9

I don't fully trust China to do anything since there are probably factions within the Chinese government and military that are still sympathetic to Kim. Sure the current Chinese premier hated Kim but he didn't do anything drastic for the fear of angering that faction.


The way the dice has fallen it is in China's interests to calm Kim down. They will only lose, too, big time, if they backed what crazy boy is doing. He is a nutter. Really, he is a ruthless murderer with mania and delusions of grandeur that he is the sun king.

What do you do. Do you let a gimp like that call any shots?

www.cbc.ca...


"Many here now see North Korea as a major liability," says Zhao Tong, North Korea expert at Beijing's Carnegie-Tsinghua Centre for Global Policy. "And it appears North Korea doesn't mind annoying Beijing."




Indeed, she said, Beijing has made "enormous sacrifices" in an effort to force Pyongyang to abandon its weapons program. 'We're scared, obviously': Japanese worry over growing North Korean nuclear threats North Korean leader vows to complete nuclear weapons program Last week at the United Nations Security Council, China agreed on a package of tough new sanctions that includes a cap on oil exports to North Korea resulting in 30 per cent less fuel for Pyongyang. Washington had lobbied hard for a total embargo, but China and Russia refused. The UN package also bans the export of North Korean textile products and freezes the employment of workers from the country abroad. In all, the sanctions could cost Pyongyang $1.3 billion US in lost revenues.


I've done a lot of reading about what China are thinking about Kim and his antics. On this one I think they don't want this upstart to lose them trade and money. They are allowing a steady increase in sanctions, so are Russia.

I think Kim thought he could stir up trouble, get China and Russia to declare their undying love for him, but it didn't happen like that. As it turns out the big boys are going to teach this naughty little Kim a lesson may be. The world and the goal posts, interests have changed since the Korean War. It is not the same world. It does not look the same. I almost pity Kim and I do feel very sorry for the North Korean people. They are living in the past from too much isolation. It's actually really sadly a pathetic scenario, for the people of North Korea who are going to have to become very uncomfortable because of the sanctions. They are not allowed to disagree with Kim. He would torture and kill them if they say one word against him. Every neighbour is a spy for Kim, too.

I don't know what the future holds. The U.S and China are totally locked in trading now. The biggest money in the world is being passed between these nations.

Trump didn't start it. He is just posturing and playing it tough. He is right to play it tough on this occasion.



I agree with what you are saying regarding China. I also indeed feel badly for the North Korean people. My sympathy doesn't extend to Kim however.

To the point of the OP, the NK regime has be given several opportunities over the years to de escalate the situation and come to the table and discuss peace. Cash, fuel oil, food aid, and free light water nuclear reactors were offered.


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posted on Sep, 24 2017 @ 12:26 PM
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So we can't say harsh things to bad people 'cause they might hurt us.





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