101,300 gross tons of persuasion.
What’s Korean for “Oh Odin in Valhalla, no…”?
If you don’t, we will
“Less talk and more action”?
“If Kim Jong Un has nuclear weapons and ICBMs, he can do anything.”
Beware when the general smiles like that.
“They wanted to underline impunity, that they can act with impunity.”
North Korea’s dictator indicates where his rocket exploded.
“‘everyone with his dagger drawn’ would be a fair description”
“All options are on the table.”
“…allowing countries to build bombs with smaller amounts of plutonium or uranium.”
“You’d have to go back a long way for this kind of wholesale diplomatic meltdown.”
Plus: How Kim keeps dodging sanctions.
North Korea is closed this century.
Plus: video of the assassination.
Hitting them in the wallet, which is the only way they will notice
Shock, shock to find tyrants in the tyranny.
Or … a whoizzit?
“In that sense, the Obama policy hasn’t worked …”
“Kim Jong-un’s days are numbered.”
“The brigade was initially supposed to be ready in 2019…”
“It is the threat that keeps me awake at night.”
Don’t call us. We’ll call you.
“…they executed people once a week, which we were forced to watch.”
“I hope that the nation will move out of this turmoil and go back to its original trajectory.”
“Who is he to confront me?”
Negating missile-defense systems?
Friends with terrible benefits
Bigger fish to fry.
“we certainly would urge North Korea to refrain from doing that sort of thing.”
The totalitarian, communist government of North Korea has endorsed Donald Trump for president. Seriously.
Reuters has the details:
A column carried on …
“The individuals all stated that they accepted responsibility and wanted to resign.”
“In the end, we’re a democracy.”
“Almost all controversial speech harms people, upsets or offends them…”