November 15, 2017

Trump "should know that he is just a hideous criminal sentenced to death by the Korean people."

Said an editorial in the North Korean ruling party newspaper Rodong Sinmun, reported by The Guardian.
“The worst crime for which he can never be pardoned is that he dared [to] malignantly hurt the dignity of the supreme leadership,” the editorial said...
Trump was also criticized for not touring the DMZ, supposedly because of the weather. But the editorial said, "It wasn’t the weather. He was just too scared to face the glaring eyes of our troops."

Meanwhile, back in the U.S.A., Marco Rubio makes fun of Trump for his awkward drinking from a bottle of water

24 comments:

Dave Begley said...

Could have been the NYT.

Comanche Voter said...

I'd say that editorial writer in Pyongyang is all wee wee'd up. Not that I give a tinker's toot.

JPS said...

Can Trump please make a No Dong pun on Twitter?

I mean, it’s kind of beneath the dignity of the office, but I think that ship has sailed.

Michael K said...

"He was just too scared to face the glaring eyes of our troops.""

One of those "glaring eyes troops" took the opportunity to defect even though shot for his trouble.

The Cracker Emcee Activist said...

Leftists. The same wherever you go. The truly funny thing is how little difference there is between what the Norks spew and what Inga writes in these pages.

rhhardin said...

Maybe it's time to rewatch The Interview (2014). I've forgotten the details.

Howard said...

A low pressure front was approaching the DMZ, which makes the otherwise dormant bone spurs in Trump's feet flare up.

Sam L. said...

Hey, NORKS? Yawanna diss the Trump, ya gotta read the NYT and WaPoo! Check out the experts.

Dave Begley said...

The Interview was great. The guy who played Kim Jung Un should have won the Academy Award.

Lucien said...

Rubio ought to know that the rules are different after you get the job than they are when interviewing for it.

Left Bank of the Charles said...

Scott Adams, does this count as joking back? I think it does.

buwaya said...

I'm not sure, at this point, that the North Korean press releases are less florid than the usual output of the Washington Post.

"hideous criminal" may have been in an editorial at one time.

And the glaring eyes thing is certainly a daily affair from hordes in WA - that "Womens March" may have had more participants than there are effectives in the NK Army.

Dickin'Bimbos@Home said...

Maxine WAters and Meryl Streep, our true leaders, agree!

Clyde said...

Funny how much the Norks sound like Maxine Waters and the rest of her impeachment-wannabes.

Michael The Magnificent said...

This almost guarantees a Michael Moore documentary extolling the paradise that is North Korea.

Jupiter said...

Ha ha. Now let's get serious.

https://www.realcleardefense.com/articles/2017/09/29/north_korea_the_inevitability_of_war_112397.html

pacwest said...

Why don't the NORKS just use WAPO headlines instead of this drivel? They could get half the populace of the US on their side.

In other news Hillary has several pantsuit pressed and ready in case Little Kim is assassinated.

pacwest said...

I highly recommend Jupiter's 7:30 link to J. Farmer

Lem said...

It reads like a democrats inspired article of impeachment: "Trump dared to malignantly hurt the dignity of the supreme leadership of North Korea".

It couldn't hurt ;-)

Gahrie said...

This almost guarantees a Michael Moore documentary extolling the paradise that is North Korea.

You mean he hasn't made one yet?

Sebastian said...

The fact that we haven't "sentenced" Kim to death, and apparently have not developed the means to take him out, is a gross failure of American military policy.

Robert Cook said...

"The fact that we haven't 'sentenced' Kim to death, and apparently have not developed the means to take him out, is a gross failure of American military policy."

What legal basis do we have to kill Kim Jung On? You may not understand this, but the USA has no right to "take out" foreign leaders or to engage in regime change just because we want to do so. That we have engaged in such behavior is a historical record of our lawlessness, nothing more.

Eddie said...

I found it strange that a North Korean newspaper would even acknowledge these insults. Doesn't this acknowledgment potentially give Trump's remarks more power among the North Koreans? Trump becomes the kid saying the Emperor has no clothes, and is short and fat too!

Jupiter said...

Robert Cook said...

"You may not understand this, but the USA has no right to "take out" foreign leaders or to engage in regime change just because we want to do so."

Cookie, you may not understand this, but it is the duty of the Commander in Chief of the US military to prevent North Korea from developing the capability to destroy every city in the US. If you don't know why, take a look at that link I posted.