North Korea is angry with President Trump’s national security adviser John Bolton, the notorious interventionist who has supported wars in Iraq, Libya, Syria, Iran, and virtually everywhere else, for standing in the way of peace negotiations.
“Bolton should not be called a security adviser who works to secure security, but an adviser for security destruction who destroys peace and security,” a spokesperson for ministry of foreign affairs said in an editorial.
“It’s not that strange that crooked sound will always come out the mouth of a man who is structurally flawed, and it’s best that this defective human product goes away as soon as possible,” the spokesperson added.
Bolton has accused North Korea of violating a resolution issued by the United Nations, an globalist governing body that Bolton has criticized for decades, with recent missile trials.
“The U.N. resolution prohibits the launch of any ballistic missiles,” Bolton said last week during a meeting with the press.
The North Korean spokesman claims that adhering to Bolton’s demands would be “the same as asking us to relinquish our rights for self-defense.”
“Our military drill neither targeted anyone nor endangered the surrounding countries, but Bolton makes dogged claims that it constitutes a violation of the “resolutions”, impudently poking his nose into other’s internal matters. It takes little insight to determine that Bolton clearly does have a different mental structure from ordinary people,” the spokesperson said.
While Bolton is up in arms over the behavior of the North Koreans, his anger is not shared by President Trump, who issued the following Tweet over the weekend:
North Korea fired off some small weapons, which disturbed some of my people, and others, but not me. I have confidence that Chairman Kim will keep his promise to me, & also smiled when he called Swampman Joe Biden a low IQ individual, & worse. Perhaps that’s sending me a signal?
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 26, 2019
The President then doubled down on his tweet during a Monday press conference in Tokyo.
Pres. Trump says he disagrees with some of his advisers over whether North Korea's short range missile tests violated U.N. Security Council resolutions, but that he agrees with Kim Jong Un's attack on former Vice Pres. Joe Biden. https://t.co/6geXLsMBXl pic.twitter.com/RT3ViDV5Z7
— ABC News (@ABC) May 27, 2019
Trump added that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un “is looking to create a nation that has great strength economically. … He knows that, with nuclear, that’s never going to happen. Only bad can happen. He understands that. He is a very smart man. He gets it well.”
With Bolton undermining his boss so often, it may be time to replace the neoconservative as national security adviser before he completely sabotages peace talks with North Korea and gives the fake news ammunition to attack Trump by doing so.
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