Kim Jong Un, the chubby, crazy dictator with the lousy haircut who has long worked to threaten the United States and her allies, has continued to push forward with their nuclear weapons program and ICBM testing, even in the face of a massive backlash from the international community. Not only has the United States threatened the DPRK with action, but China has worked to reduce their trade involvement with the hermit kingdom after being dealt harsh criticism by U.S. President Donald Trump.
Now, as more U.N. sanctions have been announced in an effort to curb the desperate despot’s march toward a nuclear weapon capable of reaching the U.S. advancements, Kim Jong Un has, predictably, fired back at the U.S. with his signature violent threats and rantings. This despite a public warning from the Chinese Foreign minister. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, met with North Korea’s top diplomat during the ASEAN Manila meetings