North Korea Starts Getting Frisky With China Joe On The Way

This is the “first test” for China Joe. Will he pass? Say what you will about Trump’s attempt at connecting with Kim Jong Un early in his presidency, North Korea has mostly been non-frisky towards the U.S. for most of Trump’s 4 years. But, Joe is less than 2 weeks from being coronated, so…

North Korea’s Kim calls U.S. ‘our biggest enemy’ in challenge to Biden

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un called for more advanced nuclear weapons and said the United States is “our biggest enemy,” state media said on Saturday, presenting a stark challenge to President-elect Joe Biden just days before he takes office.

Washington’s hostile policies would not change regardless of who occupies the White House but dropping those policies would be key to North Korea-U.S. relations, Kim said, according to state news agency KCNA.

“Our foreign political activities should be focused and redirected on subduing the U.S., our biggest enemy and main obstacle to our innovated development,” Kim said during nine hours of remarks over several days at a rare party congress in Pyongyang.

“No matter who is in power in the U.S., the true nature of the U.S. and its fundamental policies towards North Korea never change,” Kim said, vowing to expand ties with “anti-imperialist, independent forces.” (snip)

Biden, who was vice president under President Barack Obama, called Kim a “thug” during the election campaign. In 2019 North Korea called Biden a “rabid dog” that needed to be “beaten to death with a stick.”

But, Biden will be president now. It’s him who makes the decisions. What does he do?

Biden said in October that he would meet Kim only on the condition that North Korea agreed to draw down its nuclear capacity.

Last month Kurt Campbell, the top U.S. diplomat for East Asia under Obama and considered a contender for a top Asia policy position under Biden, said the incoming U.S. administration would have to make an early decision on what approach it will take with North Korea and not repeat the delay of the Obama era.

We’ll see. The Clinton, Bush 43, and Obama admins were not very good on North Korea, which is a tough one, considering there is little international interest in taking out their nuclear capability nor their missiles/missile production, plus, any military attack could mean Seoul, a city of well over 10 million, along with lots of other very big South Korean cities, getting hit with a massive amount of regular missiles, which could even be loaded with chemical and/or biological weapons. All these South Korean cities are within 30 minutes of the DMZ.

China Joe wanted to be president, now he gets his chance to Do Something. What will Kamala and his wife tell him to do?

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