Trump Calls Out “Rocket Man” at UN

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President Trump has surgically struck best Korea with one of his notorious Twitter kill shots, dubbing pot shot dictator Kim Jong Un “rocket man” (faithfully reported by the Japanese media as “roketto-man”) both on Twitter and then in an actual address to the UN.

The tweet from Trump himself that started it all:

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His follow up at the UN:

Trump supporters naturally began posting rocket-themed Kim-chan imagery:

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Responses to Trump’s tweet have ranged from support to the usual Trump bashing:

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  • The problem is, Donald rump and his cultist supporters don’t know shit about consequences. They really think his comments were “presidential.
    It’s all fun and games ’till someone gets a nuke on the head.

    • his supporters are retarded, but equally retarded are the morons(like you) who support north korea,and think that shit hole country could actually take the US. the only way nk has a chance is if china gets in on it. they are straight fucked if they do anything otherwise.

    • Leave it to Liberals to turn a harmless Trump vs Kim tweet thing into a Trump vs the Left thing.

      If the left did something under 8 years of Obama, maybe they wouldn’t be sperging at Donald today and would actually be in the right.

      • Obama was just a tool to trigger middle east destabilization and along with that screw the US and EU.

        Look at how many NGOs were born after that, how much pressure many politics and certain powerful civilians are making on the govs to fund them now lol. Plus the votes for posing as a “i love everybody” pro migrant person while discrediting adversaries and general public for being concerned over their own security and how that is going to be used as a reason to even more laws and less freedom.

        • @21:06
          What are you talking about? The liberal viewpoint is that Trump is an asshole making an ass of himself. Places like Iran and North Korea are saying that he shows that America is the nasty, villainous place that they always said it was, ready to threaten or invade anyone at a moments notice.
          And where did you get “saying no to giving poorer nations money on the climate change tax”? Do you mean pulling out of the Paris Accord? The self-promise agreement which had countries make their own goals and had no financial obligation or punishment if they failed them, only the promise of the global community to keep the global temperature from rising two degrees Celsius?

        • @15:46 I guess I mean countries you’d normally consider the bad guy nations, for example North Korea today and Iran a few years ago. In the past they always stood out as being radical states with their opinions especially on news broadcasts but today you’d see the same from the left and its in-borders. But its even more complex than just that. Academia from outside the US often throws tantrums towards the Potus, especially when Trump said no to giving poorer nations money on the climate change tax.

        • That actually does make some sense. Like some Bond tier group is behind all of that. From his Nobel prize to the brainwashed masses today. God I hope you never see what the left and its sympathizers outside America says about Donald today as they think they are in the right as the left today has encouraged openly mocking the face of the country.

    • Because nobody can stop or invade the US, to much military, to large, to many civilians that are armed more then most countries armies.

      US could use things like MOAB’s to cause earthquakes, then blast them from the sea with electromagnetic railguns to cause exploding lines of death for miles, then send in an army of drones and armed petman’s/atlas’s, then bomb them with mach 4 jets they could never stop, then drop some of their near thousand nukes on them if they really wanted.

      North Korea’s struggling to develop technology from WW2. Using shitty Chinese materials that fail every other launch.

      • No, no, no.

        Citizens can NOT stand up against organized armed forces. NK may not be able to invade, but Russia and China sure as fuck could.

        I used to think like you, but over the years I’ve seen otherwise. It’s a nice thought, but it’s not really all that accurate.

        • With all due respect, groups like ISIS aren’t traditionally organized, and are proving to be hellish for fighting forces like the US and British to effectively root out and quash. If, somehow, the mainland United States was invaded, I could see the armed populace organizing into guerrilla cells that could be similarly resistant.

      • ‘US could use things like MOAB’s to cause earthquakes, then blast them from the sea with electromagnetic railguns to cause exploding lines of death for miles, then send in an army of drones and armed petman’s/atlas’s, then bomb them with mach 4 jets they could never stop, then drop some of their near thousand nukes on them if they really wanted.’

        And then mom woke me up and told to go to school 🙁

    • NK doesn’t have the capability to do any serious (if any at all) damage to the us. However, the US has one of the strongest armies and weaponry in the world and it’s the only country that has used nukes on another country. Trump is a war monger just like the rest of them and I normally don’t take anything clowns like him say but WW3 is not something to joke about or take lightly. Lots and lots of innocent people could be killed and the US government and it’s supporters wont give a fuck, just like in the middle east.

      • Nobody knows what the fuck NK is really doing or when they might decide to attack somebody. Do you give random kids fire-starting matches under the assumption they’ll never, ever start a fire?

        What do you do when the kids run off with the matches and threaten to set your house on fire with them? Walk away because they can’t be serious?

      • OP here.
        NK might not have capabilities to wipe the US but they are sure progressing fast while at the same time diplomacy was proven noneffective.
        How long are we gonna play this UN pretend game? Until they actually develop a missile capable of delivering a nuke?

        Trump is not a war monger, he is a business man, and every time there is a war, he loses money. Plus remember he promised no wars during elections, so he is on a quite problematic decision here.

        • Most economies see an upturn during wartime, so long as there is a clearly defined enemy and victory conditions. Off the top of my head, Vietnam and the War on Terror are the only two conflicts in American history that did not see an economic upturn.

          Secondly, the problem isn’t North Korea. It’s how China reacts to the United States’ response that determines how things play out.

    • Esfruj Esfifurz says:

      Because NK could never hurt the US, but Trump starting a war would mean WW3, South Korea and Japan (allies of the US, mind you) being nuked and America losing the few traces of moral high ground it has left. You fucking idiot.

      • “Because NK could never hurt the US”
        A while ago NK couldn’t even launch a missile, now they are dropping them all over Japan’s air space right into the ocean. Look at where they are guided to…

        This libtard logic of pissing yourself to avoid rape is what is gonna kill us all lol.

        • @12:59
          I think its pretty clear from context that ‘right action’ or ‘wrong action’ didn’t mean ‘morally superior/acceptable’ so much as it meant ‘was an acceptable action to China’. No doubt, NK is the lowest man on the morality totem pole, but China will act in whatever way benefits them the most, and I don’t like that it’s at best even odds that the side with NK as against it.

        • While I agree there is a threat posed by North Korea that Esfruj isn’t acknowledging, that doesn’t mean the situation that clean. The problem with Trump’s rhetoric isn’t how NK will respond, but rather what China will do. They’ve already stated that if the USA takes the wrong action with or in retaliation to North Korea, they will step in too. Somehow, provoking Rocket-Man and threatening retaliatory annihilation doesn’t strike me as a ‘right action’ in China’s book.

    • You can only Shit talk for so long before someone calls you on it. And Sadly for NK, they have been called on it. I hope it doesn’t come it it, but dude needs to be outed already. YES our president is a moron…..nope no comeback for that. (NK does this when they want something?) WHO THE FUCK CARES, this is not the way people who rule nations should act, Lets just sit back and let them, until they do DO something horrible. GOOD PLAN.

      • If it was just North Korea we were dealing with, the situation would be simple: park the fleet off their coast and pepper any and all military installations with enough ordinance to knock them back to the stone age. The problem as it stands, and why we’ve been stuck in this ‘wait and see’ period, is that we don’t know how China will respond to any action we take. They’ve already stated that if the wrong action is taken, they will step in against us.

        • @12:46,12:51
          “All the smooth talkers just con the people and everyone’s had enough of that.”

          In the past, many Presidents have managed to keep a majority of their campaign promises. As for people enjoying Trumps’ “straight talk”, his approval has recently up-ticked to 40%, but has–on the whole–maintained a downward trend. People don’t seem to be liking or buying what he’s selling. It’s not truths, its just childish, unprofessional speaking.

          “Its as though you think betrayal and backstabbing isn’t in the playbook.”

          Oh, its entirely possible for China to reverse its stance on supporting North Korea in favor of the United States. It would just be reversing a decades held policy with a country that they get cheap, near slave labor from and serves as a buffer between them and the United States’ allies.
          Look, it is actually a lot more possible than I make it out to be that China says “fuck it” and either doesn’t support NK if stuff goes down, or actively invades them before the US has a chance. But I don’t really like the odds on them following through with their current policies, especially if landing on that scenario means we enter conflict with them that could quickly escalate into something more.

          In my opinion, the situation requires a delicate hand, with at least a little knowledge of the history behind the current political climate, and a willingness to at least listen to those closer and more tied to the subject than oneself, all three of which President Trump has consistently failed to so in his interactions with other foreign powers.

        • @08:57
          “Second, a large part of the problem is how China reacts to the American response. They have stated that depending on what actions are taken in prevention of or retaliation to North Korea will draw them into the conflict against us. Provoking and then threatening North Korea with annihilation doesn’t exactly do wonders to keep them more on our side of the bench.”

          It’s a dog-eat-dog world.
          China will help the side that benefits them the most, regardless of what is said between leaders.

          It’s as though you think betrayal and backstabbing isn’t in the playbook.

        • @08:57
          “First, a lot of them are mad because it is unprofessional and unbecoming of the office of the president. Is it a matter of impeachment? No. Is it damn embarrassing to have a President behave this way? Yes.”

          All the smooth talkers just con the people and everyone’s had enough of that.

          Anyone appealing to professionalism or sensibility probably lack both, and if they don’t, they prefer looks over substance and thus are shallow.

          Within the top tier of corporations, people talk very casually, but when they talk to their customers they put on a Handsome Face.

          Trump is just breaking that fourth wall and being a straight talker.

        • First, a lot of them are mad because it is unprofessional and unbecoming of the office of the president. Is it a matter of impeachment? No. Is it damn embarrassing to have a President behave this way? Yes.

          Second, a large part of the problem is how China reacts to the American response. They have stated that depending on what actions are taken in prevention of or retaliation to North Korea will draw them into the conflict against us. Provoking and then threatening North Korea with annihilation doesn’t exactly do wonders to keep them more on our side of the bench.

      • Fuck off, pure and simple. There are 300 million people here, most of which probably don’t give a rats ass beyond how this is affecting them and their families. Our government can be shit at times, and our leaders can be assholes, but that doesn’t mean that an entire country and it’s people need to die; a sentiment which I would say works both ways.

    • And when will that be?
      For years now they’ll been all bark and no bite.
      Now don’t miss understand me I think they should be taken seriously.
      But at the same time America elected a fucking idiot and he’s not making things any better in my opinion.
      But hey you do make a valid point.

      • Well, trying to discredit Kim is a good thing, but i am not sure if that will work for a lunatic isolated in a country with access to weapons and good from China and Russia.

        I believe the US should have ignored most of the middle east and invaded NK on the first treat they made. There would be no need to fear of nuclear war since China and Russia would never risk that to help Kim. Would have avoided a migrant crisis and NK would be over by now.

        • Your history is a little off. There was a triangle with the USSR, communist China, and North Korea for the longest time. When the USSR dissolved in 1991, North Korea knew it lost a lot of serious backing, and began it’s nuclear program. It wasn’t long after that the first deal was made between North Korea and then-President Clinton in an attempt to halt their progression. This was because we just left the Cold War and didn’t really have the public support for a hot one and because of the fragility of the region, marching on North Korea would likely have been seen as a threat to China, who may very well have thrown in support at that time. This has been the same story for quite a while now; the threat lies less in what North Korea is actually capable of, but rather in the resultant reaction by China towards any action taken.

      • North Korea make big statements every time they want something from other countries in the region and then they get a little and they tell their people the big countries are afraid of them.

        trump is now going against standard practices and will not cave in. Not sure how that is going to go.

        • SOP for North Korean threats has been to bitch-slap them with an economic sanction and go back to ignoring them for a few years. Admittedly, it hasn’t been the most effective tactic, but China didn’t really want UN inspectors going in to make sure deals were carried out, or boots on the ground to enforce any other rulings. Long and short is that no one has buckled to North Korea, although China has probably kept greater trade relations than should have been allowed; for an embargoed nation, they’ve got some suspiciously modern tech. Not cutting edge, mind you, but if trade has been cut off for 30+ years, they shouldn’t have American computer hardware and software from even 20 years ago.

    • Keep in mind that SanCon is pretty much equivalent to a cheap tabloid and whatever you read here is biased in one way or another. What you’re seeing here is only 1/2 (if not less) of the whole picture.

      Just because no popular news outlets reported any saucy twitter posts after NK threats doesn’t mean nobody cared about it. It’s just more sensationalist (therefore more fitting of a tabloid) to report on how “everyone” (actually just a vocal minority mostly consisting of people who falsely believe their opinion carries any weight) is calling Trump a child.

      Don’t generalize based on sensationalist news. Think for yourself.

  • The fact that leader of North Fucking Korea actually considers to take lives of innocent civilians is bad enough, but now Trump consider the same in regards to NK? Doesn’t matter how bad the government is, or how bad the situation in the world is. If you, at any moment, decide to sacrifice innocent lives of ordinary men, women, and children, who just want to live calmly and pursue their ordinary dreams, then you are part of the biggest world’s problem.

    • @02:55
      Riiku, my doge, consider all threats like these bluffs. Trump is just giving Best Kim a bit of his own medicine. i.e. Just to stir up his civilians and workers

      If war were actually to break out, it’s unlikely that Trump would use nukes. He’s a businessman and real estate tycoon and therefore knows that it’s much more lucrative to take over clean (i.e. non-radioactive) land and build it up.

      Chances are China will want a piece of that action and will sacrifice their friend for the wealth.

      There will always be causalities in war, but don’t think it will be nuke-tier this time round.

    • “Innocent” let me remind you that most of them stand by his side. What is your answer to this situation? Just sit and watch NK become even more armed and dangerous?

      Trump should have taken action by now, before NK becomes actually a treat. The problem is that China doesn’t want to take in NK refugees nor lose the profits from providing them goods in their seek for nuclear power.

      • China’s bigger problem is that they don’t want an American military force/ally on their border, otherwise they would probably off Kim and keep abusing the NK population themselves.

        Also, the problem with Trump’s rhetoric is his idea of ‘swift and total annihilation’ in response. Not only has China warned that they will step in depending on the actions taken in dealing with North Korea, but you’re talking about 25 million people gone in an instant; some willing supporters, yes, but others trapped in a country you can’t really leave from, or even stuck in work/concentration camps. Not only would such an action be completely reprehensible in modern times, it would have both literal and figurative fallout for our allies overseas.

        • Look, you can fuck right off. North Korea started the Korean War, and the US only entered it as part of the UN force to support South Korea. Admittedly, the situation did play into the “Domino Theory” of the time, and was exacerbated when the US strategy turned to pushing the NKs all the way into China, involving them directly in the war and leading to a large part of the situation today, but your assertion that the United States caused their civil war is a fallacy.

          Furthermore, the sanctions were agreed upon by the UN Security Council in response to repeated threats by North Korea and their continued pursuit of nuclear weapons–rather than get involved in a war, cut off their money, and it gets harder and harder for them to develop anything was the theory, although obviously not as effective as hoped now.

        • Why don’t you go fight for them then? Pack your shit and go, but don’t forget to leave your iphone.

          You libtards and your “policies” are the reason we have crap like Kim and ISIS running freely everywhere.

  • When 2020 rolls around, I’m going to make it a point that all candidates are asked whether or not they frequent social media, be it Twitter, Facebook, or even fucking MySpace. If their answer is ‘yes’ for any of them then they will not get my vote.

    On the one hand, access to Twitter lets us know our President more intimately than ever before, giving us a good look at what kind of person they are behind all the secrecy. On the other hand, access to Twitter lets us know our President more intimately than ever before, and showing us just how terrifyingly similar to high school the world of politics really is.