Good News! North Korean Madman Kim Jong Un Is Threatening China


This next story may look like bad news but it’s actually good news. If Kim Jong Un goes too far, China will provide more help in eliminating the threat Kim Jong Un presents.

Un is angry because China is “cozying up” to the United States.

The peanut king slammed his mighty neighbor for “insincerity and betrayal” and warns of “grave consequences“.

The North Korean propaganda machine put out a commentary accusing the communist giant of  “dancing to the tune” of Donald Trump.

It claimed China’s remarks are “absurd and reckless”. “The DPRK will never beg for the maintenance of friendship with China,” the article stated.

“China had better ponder over the grave consequences to be entailed by its reckless act of chopping down the pillar of the DPRK-China relations,” it concluded.

The Chinese tabloid, The Global Times, stated that North Korea’s comments were a “hyper-aggressive move” motivated by “nationalist passion”.

China has taken a tough stance on North Korea’s nuclear development, promising to bomb their nuclear facilities, should they launch another missile.

The Chinese tabloid wrote: “China has a bottom line it will protect at all costs, that is the security and stability of northeast China.”

China recently warned the hermit kingdom to stop hostilities with the U.S. or face more sanctions. Last month, China turned back North Korean coal shipments as a warning. They also told Un to dismantle the nuclear program.

The U.S. and China have joined together to demand a stronger response from the U.N. against North Korea’s nuclear threats.



  1. North Korea suffering from Trump Derangement Syndrome, and turning against their puppet master. Isn’t this what almost every other US Prez was shooting for…..and missing?

  2. Fake news. The US should unilaterally declare peace in Korea and withdraw all troops and military hardware from the region. The DPRK is a paper tiger and doesn’t deserve the billions of dollars we spend every year to placate ot.

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