Saturday, September 23, 2017

Whenever he's Wrong He's Right

Watching all the davids, legbuts and other assorted lunatics from the left accuse President Trump of everything bad you could ever think of, I'm reminded of the many times they and others have fallen flat on their faces.

Not too long ago it was the shock horror and outrage over the president's tweet concerning surveillance of him and his campaign staff by Obama.   Guess what?  Turned out to be absolutely true.  Trouble is, they thought Hillary would win and nobody would find out.

In recent days the same lunatic left have been all a flutter over the President's speech to the UN in which he threatened to totally destroy North Korea should it attack the US or its allies.  The Norker Porker responded by announcing his intention shortly to explode a hydrogen bomb over the Pacific Ocean.  I can't recall whether this has been deemed by the President to be an act of war but one thing is for sure.

Unlike the davids and legbuts of this world, China certainly takes president Trump seriously and has just announced restrictions on oil supply to North Korea.   So, once again, results show this president was and is on the right track.

"China says it will limit oil supplies to North Korea under UN sanctions, stepping up pressure on Pyongyang over its pursuit of nuclear and missile technology.The Commerce Ministry in Beijing said on Saturday that China, the North’s main trading partner and energy supplier, would limit supplies of refined petroleum products starting on October 1.It said Beijing also would ban imports of North Korean textiles, one of Pyongyang’s last major sources of foreign revenue following repeated rounds of UN sanctions.China has long been the North’s only major ally and diplomatic protector but is expressing increasing frustration with the government of Kim Jong Un.
Beijing’s status as the North’s main trading partner makes its co-operation critical to the success of economic sanctions."


Does anyone really think China wants a short fat maniac with a big bomb right on its doorstep?

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Paulus said...

I understand that North Korea are the largest producers of fake banknotes and have been for a long time.
Am also told that they are very good fakes.

David said...

Lawnmower Man, I loved that, but now you've gone and deleted it!