Another one of America’s most ardent adversaries is taking advantage of America’s weakness following four years of strength and security during Donald Trump’s tenure.
Former President Trump’s winning approach to diplomacy enabled the U.S. to experience an unprecedented period of peace. Wars ended, peace deals were made, and Trump made historic diplomatic strides with Kim Jung Un, dictator of North Korea.
— Happiness (@OnTheBrightOne) July 28, 2022
However, the era of peace in America has officially come to an end thanks to the utter weakness portrayed by the Biden administration.
Let’s make one thing clear: Bullying is a sign of weakness, and that’s exactly what we mean when we refer to Biden’s weakness. His only ability as a world leader is to play the benevolent grandpa while his officials swoop in and make idle threats.
This unfortunate trajectory of U.S. diplomatic relations prompted the North Korean leader to renew his nuclear threats against the U.S.
Kim Jong Un warned the United States and South Korea that his country would be willing to use its nuclear arsenal against them.
Kim’s threat, which he issued during a speech on Thursday honoring Korean War veterans on the 69th anniversary of the end of the fighting, comes as U.S. and South Korean intelligence agencies have warned that North Korea appears on the verge of conducting its first nuclear test since 2017.
🇰🇵🇺🇸Kim Jong Un says N. Korea ready to mobilise nuclear war deterrent and counter any US provocation pic.twitter.com/ocUlP09s2o
— AZ 🛰🌏🌍🌎 (@AZmilitary1) July 29, 2022
He accused the U.S. of having “double standards” and “gangsterlike” actions over its joint military drills with South Korea.
South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol, who took office this May, has taken harsher rhetoric toward North Korea than the previous president and expressed plans to bolster South Korea’s defense capabilities.
“Talking about military action against our nation, which possesses absolute weapons that they fear the most, is preposterous and is very dangerous suicidal action,” Kim said of South Korea.
“Such a dangerous attempt will be immediately punished by our powerful strength, and the Yoon Suk Yeol government and his military will be annihilated.”
In early June, the U.S. and South Korea fired eight ballistic missiles into the sea in a show of force a day after the North Koreans launched the same number of short-range missiles.
Since then, Chinese President Xi has strengthened its ties with North Korean leadership. There’s been a troubling cabal forming as well between China, North Korea, Russia, and Iran that’s threatened America’s dominance on the world stage.
And all on Biden’s watch…
Author: Monica Hedren