I hate politics. I hate military action more than politics. I care basically about three things: money, sports and hot women with big asses. Personally, I think “peace” is a combination of barbecue, the beverage of your choice and wide open spaces. Instead of those topics, I’m going to talk about one that needs discussion.
The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, also known as “DPRK” or North Korea.
If you’re like the rest of America, you probably think the United States is in the Republic of Korea to keep the DPRK from coming across the border. Not true. We are there to keep the Republic of Korea from going up North and ending this freaking nonsense. DPRK has nuclear weapons. BFD. They probably can’t deliver them and even if they could, it would mean national annihilation. Every couple of years, they blackmail the rest of the world so their leadership can live better than kings while the people of DPRK literally starve. Meanwhile they’ve built a military capable of a few strong thrusts but would quickly spend itself. North Korea’s military strategy is to flatten Seoul, which is why we negotiate at all with them.
The problem with DPRK is, their leader, Kim Chun-Un can wake up, feel back pain and then say “I want to invade South Korea.” It would happen. You never get to know what’s going on up there.
I do not like war. Anybody who’s been to a suck-ass country and gets mortared at 0300 doesn’t either. But it might be time to call this bluff and guarantee regime change. DPRK has been doing this for 60 years. It’s way past old.
It’s time to end this joke of a nation and its spoiled-child douchebaggery. Let’s say goodbye to North Korea. Now.