North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un Sentences Trump to Death

Death sentences are nothing new for the totalitarian state of North Korea. Even offenses that would be considered minor – if offenses at all – in the rest of world often warrant capital punishment for the people living under Kim Jong-un’s regime.

Now, though, the North Korea dictator has taken it a step further by officially sentencing the President of the United States to death.

It appears that President Trump’s execution-worthy offense was a tweet that he sent out following his 12-day tour of Asia, which read “Why would Kim Jong-un insult me by calling me ‘old,’ when I would NEVER call him ‘short and fat?’ Oh well, I try so hard to be his friend – and maybe someday that will happen!”

In response to the tweet, an editorial was written in the state-controlled newspaper Rodong Sinmun which said, “The worst crime for which he can never be pardoned is that he dared [to] malignantly hurt the dignity of the supreme leadership.”

The editorial continued, saying, “He should know that he is just a hideous criminal sentenced to death by the Korean people.”

As part of his trip to Asia, Trump was scheduled to visit the DMZ between North and South Korea. However, the visit was canceled at the last minute due to heavy fog that prevented the president’s helicopter from making the trip. Of course, North Korea didn’t pass up the opportunity to ridicule the president for this cancellation as well.

“It wasn’t the weather,” the North Korean paper said, “He was just too scared to face the glaring eyes of our troops.”

On his visit to Asia, the North Korean foreign ministry released a statement that said, “Trump, during his visit, laid bare his true nature as destroyer of the world peace and stability and begged for a nuclear war on the Korean peninsula.”

In actuality, the President’s statements in South Korea were quite the opposite of how the North Korean foreign ministry portrayed them. Speaking in Seoul, Trump made a statement directed toward the North Korean regime, saying, “The weapons you are acquiring are not making you safer, they are putting your regime in grave danger. Every step you take down this dark path increases the peril you face.”

While no doubt threatening – and rightfully so – this statement is encouraging North Korea to abandon their nuclear program; not “begging for a nuclear war”.

Nevertheless, the truth and North Korea have always had a tumultuous relationship, and it’s safe to assume that Kim Jong-un and his regime are far past the point of being open to reason. Their sentencing Trump to death is just the latest example of North Korea edging ever closer to dangerous insanity.

So how are we as Americans supposed to take this threat against the life of our president? The media certainly isn’t making much of it, which is no surprise given that many of their own have made comments quite similar to those made by North Korea (remember Kathy Griffin’s photo shoot where she pretended to have beheaded Donald Trump?). It’s difficult to imagine mainstream media growing angry over North Korean media making threats against Trump’s life when they are almost as guilty themselves.

With that said, while North Korea’s threat is certainly offensive, its seriousness is also laughable. Assuming Kim Jong-un has lost all sense of self-preservation and is actually on-board with starting a one-sided war over killing an American president, his ability to follow through with such a threat is still woefully inadequate. President Trump no doubt faces much more serious domestic threats to his life than that which North Korea could ever pose.

Much more than a threat that anyone should be seriously concerned about, North Korea sentencing Trump to death is a sign of just how bad relations have gotten with the totalitarian state. Regardless of whether you believe Trump is doing what needs be done or playing a dangerous game with North Korea, there’s no doubt conditions in the dystopian country are weakening.

As North Korea’s nuclear technology slowly grows more capable, the threat they pose to world peace becomes frighteningly more evident, and it’s difficult to see a future where the situation with North Korea does not eventually come to a devastating conclusion.

~ Conservative Zone


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25 responses to “North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un Sentences Trump to Death”

    • What is the purpose of having the strongest military in the history of the world if we allow this little tyrant who runs a giant prison camp threaten the president of the USA?

      We need to take him out…period…end of discussion. The only question is the means. Do we offer one of his generals a ton of cash and a life of luxury in the West? Do we send in a hit squad or do we use a few tactical nukes? What do you think the effect such an action would have on lots of other deserving a*%holes in the world. Time to take off the gloves.

    • Trump needs the support world wide against N. Korea. No other president has stood up to them. In America it is shameful how our people take sides and seek to bring him down. He loves America and wants to do what is best. He isn’t a politician, so he needs time to become polished. He doesn’t belong to any groups like the Bushes, Clintons did and do,. These organizations are Ilumoti,(speling is incorrect) New World Order, Skukll and Bones, bohemina society or any of Geoerge Soros people, or the Masons. This is most interesting as Trump can’t be controlled by them and this is why there is so much turmoil in America. Obama didn’t necessarily belong to these dictator groups, but he was hand chosen, hand groomed for the Presidency. Kissinger, Brezenski, George Soros, and more chose him. Ever wonder just where did Obama happen to come from just somehow appeared out of nowhere for the presidency. And it is time to be constantly aware that these groups want to take Trump out and put in someone they can control, like Hillary. Deep dommon sense thinking will tell you what these people want, power, dictarship, and to make America a Facist country with no rights and to destroy our ammendments, So be careful what you ask for, you just might get the horrible consquences.

  1. Just more $h*t from the hermit loser land. We need not to pay attention to anything they say. Besides, the U.S. has contingency plans to take out the little fat kid anyway.

  2. OK, let me get this straight. A country where everyone walks or rides a bicycle to work because there are no automobiles has sentenced the leader of a country where everyone has enough to eat and most families have a motorized conveyance to take them back and forth to work and shopping to death. Did I get that right?

    Uh, after I finish feeding my house cat, who eats better than the average citizen in North Korea, I guess I might have time to read the rest of the article.

    Meanwhile, my wife and I drive automobiles that were made in SOUTH KOREA, where people also have motorized conveyances, enough food to eat, and jobs.

    • I guess you could say Kim Jong uhDumbass is a bit envious of the free world. He needs a few free boots up his butt.

  3. It is right for Pres. Trump to avoid replying to the ridiculous jargon coming from the Little Fat Fart of the North and his puppet minions – it is obvious little Kimmy suffers from an inferiority complex (as well he should!) and has a great need to make his subjects believe he is worthy of their praise (while they live in poverty!).

  4. I think the Presidents security team should be beefed up and the full weight of all the Security agencies should be strengthened immediatly. Don’t forget he had a hit team kill his brother in a foreign country.

  5. Kim is a megalomaniac of the highest order. If he didn’t control his Army, he would be nothing. As such, he is like a caged lion – and we have to keep him caged. His rhetoric, much like President Trump’s, is just that.

  6. This is a threat to a sitting President which is a crime. Reson was enough to zap the rocketman from space with a laser.

  7. Stop screwing around and ether take them off the planet or take him down !! The ball is in our court ! Lets move and be down with it !!

  8. So what is their fat dictator with the bad haircut gonna do? Send his barber here to attack President Trump? Or maybe even worse, Kim Jong will come here and try to jump on President Trump while he’s asleep. He must weigh in at close to 350 lbs. That’s a lot of weight.

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