It’s “time to waffle-stomp this fat little despot.”
Less than 24 hours after China’s President Xi Jinping promised President Donald Trump to work toward a peaceful resolution to stem North Korea’s saber-rattling, the People’s Republic came through.
Clip via Fox News Channel
The People’s Republic of China issued a stern warning to North Korea’s Kim Jong Un that any further testing of nuclear weapons or missile delivery systems for nuclear devices would be dealt with sharply and swiftly by the United States.
“Not only [is] Washington brimming with confidence and arrogance following the missile attacks on Syria, but Trump is also willing to be regarded as a man who honors his promises,” the ruling Communist Party’s official paper, the People’s Daily reported, according to the New York Post.
After Trump ordered a U.S. Navy carrier strike force to steam to the West Pacific last weekend in order to patrol the Korean peninsula, North Korea threatened a nuclear attack on the U.S. at any sign of provocation.
Trump indicated on Tuesday that although he would much prefer working with China to resolve North Korea’s nuclear ambitions, the United States would do so unilaterally if necessary.
North Korea is looking for trouble. If China decides to help, that would be great. If not, we will solve the problem without them! U.S.A.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 11, 2017
Trump also indicated that things would work out much better for the People’s Republic if they used their influence on North Korea.
“I explained to the President of China that a trade deal with the U.S. will be far better for them if they solve the North Korean problem!” Trump tweeted.
The following day events progressed at a rapid fire pace, beginning with a telephone call from Trump to Xi, as confirmed by Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang, The Hill reported.
“We hope that the relevant parties do not irresponsible actions,” Lu told reporters. “Under the current circumstances, this is very dangerous.”
And after China’s blunt message to North Korea later that day, it’s believed that China will react strongly to any further saber-rattling by its southern neighbor.
“If the North makes another provocative move this month, the Chinese society will be willing to see the [UN Security Council] adopt severe restrictive measures that have never been seen before, such as restricting oil imports to the North,” reported the Global Times, a paper whose stance often aligns with Chinese government policy.
Would Xi have done this for former President Obama wondered someone on Twitter.
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China sends warning to North Korea not to mess with US https://t.co/bpw8MxjUNT
— Joe NY #AmericaFirst (@cciedotnyc) April 13, 2017
— Gina Terlizzi (@GinaTerlizzi) April 13, 2017
— D.G. Hammond (@hammond7412) April 13, 2017
And who could forget Sen. John McCain’s reference to Kim Jong Un as a “crazy fat kid”?
Not this Twitter user who is all aboard this Trump train:
@Bikers4America Time to waffle stomp this fat little despot.
— Captd82 (@oilpatchho) April 13, 2017
The ball is now in the “fat little despot’s” court.
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