North Korea: Our Nukes Are “Gift Packages” For The US

Reuters reports:

Amid international uproar over North Korea’s latest and biggest nuclear weapons test, one of its top diplomats said on Tuesday it was ready to send “more gift packages” to the United States.

Han Tae Song, ambassador of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) to the U.N. in Geneva, was addressing the U.N.-sponsored Conference on Disarmament two days after his country detonated its sixth nuclear test explosion.

“I am proud of saying that just two days ago on the 3rd of September, DPRK successfully carried out a hydrogen bomb test for intercontinental ballistic rocket under its plan for building a strategic nuclear force,” Han told the Geneva forum.

“The recent self-defense measures by my country, DPRK, are a ‘gift package’ addressed to none other than the U.S.,” Han said.

“The U.S. will receive more ‘gift packages’ from my country as long as its relies on reckless provocations and futile attempts to put pressure on the DPRK,” he added without elaborating.

  • Todd20036

    In a different time line, Twitler and Un would be close friends.

  • margaretpoa

    Are you sure you want to go down this path, you crazy, inbred asshole? And not just Trump but Kim too

  • canoebum

    Kim does understand that his entire country will be turned to glass within an hour of launching a missile at the US, doesn’t he? I sure hope he does.

    • Todd20036

      If he launches first, he will have no allies. Not even China… but ONLY if we don’t retaliate with more nukes.

      Because a nuclear blast on the order of magnitude we are capable of will have environmental ramifications for years to come

      • RJ Bone

        Yeah, absolutely. Our’s are “cleaner” by comparison, but there’s a reason the world wants to put that huge mistake away forever.

      • canoebum

        I’m not expecting to survive for very long after such an event. Environmental ramifications…slight understatement I’d say.

    • Acronym Jim

      A nuclear attack on NK would also harm South Korea, China, and possibly even Japan, so a retaliation with conventional weapons would be the more logical response.

      Unfortunately, the guy holding the football is completely lacking in logic.

      • And hurting our relations with South Korea. >_<

      • RJ Bone

        And he REALLY wants to nuke somebody to stroke his fragile ego.

        • RJ Bone

          And terrify the planet into submission to his regime, or so he thinks.

        • Uncle Mark

          The scary thing is I don’t know which “he” you are referring to. Your statement easily describes both Kim and Twitler

        • Nowhereman

          Yeah–he needs a distraction from all that Trump-Russia stuff. Gawd I hope Doctor Mueller can bring this boil to a head and pop it soon! I can’t take much more of this.

      • another_steve

        Perhaps I’m being naive here, but I think economic self-interest will prevent Trump from going much farther with the war rhetoric here.

        When American cities are leveled as a result of nuclear attack, people tend not to go to golf resorts and luxury resorts.

        Ivanka’s designer shoes and perfumes tend not to sell as well.

        • clay

          American cities are not going to be leveled as a result of a NK nuclear attack. The risk here is that Trump’s unhinged twitterage will spark an over-reaction by US forces.

          • another_steve

            I’m fairly confident that his generals are huddling as we speak, strategizing re how to handle and cope with the psychotic madman in the White House.

            They know full-well what they / the world are dealing with in the person of Donald Trump.

        • Lawerence Collins

          Then there’s this

      • Bob Conti

        Fortunately they replaced the codes in the Football with a recipe for eggplant parmigiana figuring he’d never know the differences.

    • zhera

      Kim is using the situation in the US as a bargaining tool with China and the UN. More than ever the world fears that the US would actually respond with nuclear arms. So it’s more important than ever to make Kim shut up and not ‘poke the bear’.

      Think sanctions, technology support, food, or straight up money.

  • Karl Dubhe

    Gifts? How nice, but I think they’re spending too much on them.

    I’ve a better idea. How’s about we settle this dispute mano a mano? Er, well. Trump vs Kim, close enough, eh?

    Send the both of them to Bikini Atoll and the person who’s still alive when we check is the winner. I’ll be honest, we’ll not be checking on them for at least 25,000 years. 🙂

    • clay

      Used diapers would be cheaper.

      BTW, the half-life of Uranium 235 is 225,000 years– let’s check back then and see which half is still alive?

      • Karl Dubhe

        True enough, but at 25k years it’ll be safe enough to have a walk round. 🙂

        Find their bones…

    • Todd Allis

      Gifts? Aww, you shouldn’t have. You really shouldn’t have…

  • shellback

    Kimmy, you fucking moon-faced cretin. Just take out Dump (nukes not needed) and things will get much better. We might even start to like you – but possibly not.

  • Ken M

    Heck of a reaction for “reckless provocations and futile attempts.”

  • netxtown

    You know you’re fucked when the two biggest idiots in the world garner all the media coverage…

    • Todd20036

      And there’s a Cat5 storm headed to the east coast.

      • another_steve

        Looks very bad for Florida. Most of the current computer models show it coming right up through the state, south to north.

        • Paul

          Who will be the first to blame Obama/Hillary?

          • Randy503

            or the gays?

  • zhera

    Is there any country out there with ‘Democratic’ in its name, that is actually democratic?
    Or is it like the right-wingers and their use of ‘liberty’, ‘freedom’, ‘truth’, etc.?

    • Nowhereman

      It’s the latter. East Germany was known as the German Democratic Republic.

  • Stephen Elliot Phillips

    The perfect storm….

    • TuuxKabin

      The ultimate.

  • Uncle Mark

    Certain tyrannical Korean weebles should take great care in threatening a corrupted US fake-President, who’s desperately looking for a big distraction from the Mueller investigation and impending impeachment and imprisonment. Wars do help distract and unify a country during times of internal trouble, and the demented weeble is just begging to be that target.

  • Barry William Teske

    Is this Exhibit A?
    Probably not but very close is my guess.

  • If NK launches a first strike against America or a US territory, China will have nothing to do with them. If China sits out an actual conflict, US will be free to make a North Korea-shaped crater where a country used to be and China will just find new business elsewhere.

  • We could get rid of both Trump and Precious Dumpling in a few weeks if someone could find a way to switch their cholesterol meds for a placebo.

  • Nowhereman

    This asshole is high on my list of people whose obituaries I will read with pleasure.

  • Halou

    The idea behind a ‘gift’ is that you actually deliver it to the person you want to receive it. Setting off a hydrogen bomb inside your own small country does not achieve what you think it does, fatty.

  • JCF