You know what’s crazy? I’ll tell you what’s crazy™
The evil empire. The most dangerous, most unsettling place on the planet.
Jets flying above the demilitarized zone show the visual significance of what this unknown entity is.
On the right side of the aircraft is South Korea. Lit up like a Broadway show tune. On the left side of the jet?
An enigmatic Stonehenge of darkened duplicity.
What’s going on there?
The answer is difficult to know, like juggling water or capturing the wind with your fingers.
North Korea is lead by a little fat man with a bad haircut and itchy trigger finger.
The country is so mired in secrecy that even the internet cannot permeate its borders.
“Siri, tell me about North Korea?”
“I’m sorry, my networks are down. Please ask me again later.”
The regime shows what it wants to when it wants to.
This weekend there was a parade of massive proportions.
The cave sloth who runs this Stalinistic regime pulled back the curtain and, like the scene from the Wizard of Oz, allowed the technicolor spew of fantasy to show through.
Captured in HD color were soldiers marching in militaristic precision. The world saw gigantic missiles that look so ominous, they could blow the moon out of orbit.
What are we in the West to think?
“Man, they can march good!”
How do you fight a vast enigma of dark power?
They parade missiles before the cameras flaunting their powerful disposition. But what is real and what is sleight of hand.
Is North Korea the equivalent of a David Copperfield magic show?
Or is North Korea a powder keg of “F*** You!”
Destabilization. Provocative. International terrorism.
Who is this nation of question marks and unknown mysteries?
The missiles on display are massive. Are they loaded with TNT or saw dust?
Nobody really knows. Are they cave dwellers seeing fire for the first time or is there something more sinister brewing in the country that doesn’t visually resonate from outer space.
In the West, we fear the worst, prepare for the worst, expect the worst.
The Key word? WORST.
Black Holes don’t give off light, they don’t emanate information or positive vibrations.
North Korea fired a missile the other day. It exploded off the launch pad.
Was it ordinance capable of hitting Hawaii? L.A.? Probably not, but then again, do we really know what the executioner has up his sleeve?
North Korea certainly has the ability to hit it’s next door neighbor, South Korea. And a strike on South Korea is like a strike on the USA.
Hello everyone, welcome to the light show. If that happens, it’s on!
How close is North Korea to having a nuclear weapon that will reach the US?
The questions surrounding the questions are infuriating.
Fighting North Korea is like fighting darkness. It’s like fighting cavemen who have never seen the light. They think on a level that is inconsistent with rational thought. They stare at hieroglyphics on a dark cave wall only they can see, only they can understand.
The regime is legitimately baffling. The National Flag should be a big Red Question Mark.
They threaten their own people, they threaten the globe. The little fat man kills his own uncles because they snore too loudly.
So what do we do?
Some say don’t poke the sleeping caveman with the blossoming missile program.
“You’ll make him mad. He’ll do something crazy,” they say.
Then there’s the other line of thought.
“Be pre-emptive, punch the bully in the face, take them out before they can beat their chest and hurt someone.”
I’m watching This Week and it is about North Korea.
The answers are complex, but when push comes to shove something is going to happen.
“80-percent of their trade is with China. All their energy needs come from China,” a political expert spews.
What he is saying is; China has tremendous influence on this enigmatic void of humanity. The current administration has said China has a problem and it is North Korea.
That’s interesting political rhetoric. It’s sagacious political acumen unveiled?
It’s the equivalent of: Before you call the police on the loud neighbor kid lighting the dog poop on fire and ringing door bells, you go to his parents.
“You handle the kid or we will.”
Boom! And there it is in a nutshell.
China. Handle the kid lighting dog poop on fire or we will.
If China doesn’t handle its business, and keep this nuclear needy dictator in check, America will act when its interests are threatened.
The USA arsenal is a ballistic palette of options. She can blow the darkness away, eradicating this Neanderthal military mentality as easily as blowing out a birthday candle.
We have the Mother of All Bombs, that will pulverize their will to show their ass. But we also have strategic, surgical and tactical advantages that will allow us to pick this fat dumpling apart.
We also have technology that could effectively fry the entire network of computer systems rendering the militaristic regime deaf dumb and mute.
I heard a friend say recently that we are heading for WWIII.
I laughed. I doubt it. Intelligent countries that operate in the light of this millennium understand there is no turning back from the massive flash of global thermal nuclear obliteration.
It won’t come to that. They’ll either rattle their sword and go home and hide in their cave.
Or the USA will disable the black hole’s ability to make any more noise.