It’s pretty safe to say that the most controversial world leaders currently in power are President Trump and Kim Jong-un. Whilst Trump has implemented policies and said things that some deem to be dangerous, Jong-un has threatened the whole world with nuclear war.
This menace comes in the form of a nuclear program that would rival the ones possessed by the eight nuclear power countries. Set simply, Jong-un feels under threat from these other nations, and is therefore of the opinion that North Korea should possess an equal nuclear arsenal in case a war ever breaks out. The North Korean leader has consistently made the headlines thanks to his determination to create this nuclear programme, but his regime’s testing of these potentially-deadly weapons has been denounced internationally. Tensions between North Korea and the US have been heightened as a result, especially after Kim Jong-un said that his testing of a nuclear missile over Japanese waters was a prelude to assaulting the US territory of Guam. President Trump said that any attack on the US would be met with “fire and fury” on August 8. This threat was intensified on September 19 when the president said at his UN address that he could “totally destroy” North Korea. On Tuesday of the coming week, the North Korean capital Pyongyang’s state-run media relayed the following statement from Kim Jong-un. This was a retort to the intensified threat President Trump made at the UN.
“The mentally deranged behaviour of the US president openly expressing on the UN arena the unethical will to’ wholly destroy’ a sovereign country, beyond the boundary of threats of regime change or overrule of social system, builds even those with normal guessing think about discretion and equanimity .
“His statements which described the US option through straightforward expression of his will have convinced me, rather than frightening or stopping me, that the path I preferred is accurate and that is one that I have to follow to the last . I’d like to advise Trump to exercise prudence in selecting words and to be considerate of whom he speaks to when making a speech in front of the world.”
Jong-un also said that the President Trump is “unfit to hold the prerogative of supreme command of a county” and that he is a “a rogue and a gangster fond of played with fire.” As far as the North Korean leader is concerned, the president’s threat is an outright declaration of war.
“I will build “the mens” holding the prerogative of the supreme command in the US pay dearly for his speech calling for totally destroying.
Whatever Trump might have expected, he will face outcomes beyond his expectation . I is certainly and definitely tamed the mentally deranged US dotard with fire.” At this point, the entire English-speaking world were forced to head to Google and look up exactly what a “dotard” is. Well, it turns out a “dotard” is an elderly human who is suffering from the effects of senility, namely dementia. Jong-un made this extremely controversial statement immediately after President Trump signed an executive order that was designed to cripple North Korea’s economy in an attempt to halt the development of its nuclear program. North Korea remains determined to develop a nuclear program to defend itself from the military menace posed by the US and other nations. The isolated and denounced country has now threatened to exam a hydrogen bomb over the Pacific Ocean. If this exam results, it will have colossal implications. A nuclear bomb hasn’t been set off in the atmosphere in decades, and all we can do is imagine the catastrophic consequences it would have on our modern world.
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