Who’s the Rogue Nation?

The Trump Administration and the mainstream media call North Korea a rogue state. But who’s the real rogue state? The United States issues wild threats of total destruction of a civilian population, yet the North Korean government is expected to stay calm, carry on and not attack the U.S. Meanwhile, the U.S. acts like a crazy scaredy-cat, attacking countries like Iraq on the flimsiest of pretexts, arguing that there’s the slimmest possibility of a threat that justifies it waging a war of aggression.

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4 thoughts on “Who’s the Rogue Nation?

  1. Nary a word about how North Korea was so badly bombed by the US Air Force during the Korean War it looked like the surface of the Moon, especially the capital Pyongyang, which was shelled every day by a US Navy cruiser parked off the coast. Like Warsaw, it is almost entirely a postwar city because of the extreme damage done to it – in fact most of the Japanese elements of Korean cities North or South were wiped away by wartime destruction.

  2. Sooner or later everyone else will figure out that they comprise 95% of the world’s population. 19 to 1 odds are pretty good even if we do have the most bombs.

    Oh, this is good – from Wikipedia:

    “Rogue state is a controversial term applied by some international theorists to states they consider threatening to the world’s peace. This means meeting certain criteria, such as being ruled by authoritarian regimes that severely restrict human rights, sponsor terrorism, and seek to proliferate weapons of mass destruction. The term is used most by the United States … ”

    … uh… yeah … self referentially ?

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