North Korea Threatens to Nuke America, John Kerry Calls for More Talks

“If you’re not smart like me, you’ll get stuck in North Korea.”

Negotiations. Is there anything that they can’t solve?

“We are not disguising the fact that the various satellites and long-range rockets that we will fire and the high-level nuclear test we will carry out are targeted at the United States,” North Korea’s National Defense Commission said in a statement released by the official news service.

“Settling accounts with the U.S. needs to be done with force, not with words,” it said.

So naturally, Kerry will go on pitching words, as he always has for a long time now. Because when a crazy nuclear dictator says that settling accounts will be done with force, not words, it’s time to bring more words to a nuke fight.

Senator John Kerry, the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, urged the U.S. to pursue diplomatic dialogue with North Korea

Kerry also spoke of “strategic patience,” indicating that the Obama administration’s policy toward North Korea should not become “strategic indifference.”

That was in 2010. Next year it was time for even more “strategic patience” and talks.

The risks of maintaining the status quo are grave. North Korea would likely build more nuclear weapons
and missiles. It may well export nuclear technology or even fissile material. And the next violation of the
armistice could escalate into wider hostilities that threaten U.S. allies and interests.

Yes, and there’s only one solution. The same useless policy that allowed North Korea to build and export its nuclear arsenal.

Let me be clear: We must get beyond the political talking point that engaging North Korea is somehow “rewarding bad behavior.” It is not. We will set the time and place and we will negotiate in good faith. Talks will be based on our national security interests and those of our allies.

Absolutely not. It’s just promising to give North Korea things if they stop threatening us so much.

Our country has long and wisely separated humanitarian concerns from politics. Consistent with that tradition, we should consider additional food aid to the North.

Sure, why should North Korea have to divert money from building nukes to agriculture.

And last year the news was even better for Kerry’s long romance with North Korea.

A prominent U.S. senator met Friday with North Korea’s nuclear envoy who promised to live up to commitments made in an agreement last week with the United States.

Democrat Sen. John Kerry said that the North Korean also made a “profound statement” about wanting a different relationship and not wanting to fight with the United States.

“They said that they will live by the agreement that they made last week, that we can count on that,” Kerry, who chairs the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, told reporters.

In return, the U.S. will provide its first food aid to the impoverished communist nation in three years.

Ladies and Gentlemen, your next Secretary of State.

  • Drakken

    Does anyone else here think that traitor Kerry is going to change anything other than make it worse with more of his wishful thinking and perfect record for being wrong everytime on foreign policy? Perhaps this is a good thing, maybe this useful idiot can go to North Korea and be taken prisoner.

    • meyentsiwt

      better yet, let's consider the ultimate payoff>>>death, which is as about as useful as the nuclear program itself. 1 could almost consider martyrdom. almost as much as some of the middle easterners. how does anyone actually consider this is the most obvious of outcomes, reaching no one's logical problem solving skills. the same we teach our children. contradiction. dont want to be long-winded but, the powers that be, if, God forbid, they should, ask yourself one question. Where will they go? that place of safety where them and theirs will be safe. But you and I, the backbone of the country, tax paying, working americans will get the big middle finger whilst you kiss and say bye. its simply ridiculous>>>>remember the quote given by gene hackman and denzel washington in the movie crimson tide………".War is the continuation of Politics by other means"….how do you see yourself in this equation. lets see how far your votes go for containment. pacifist, me or my family, or anyone else's for that matter shouldnt have to fear such things. things we dont control while they buy and deal us as goods. we become the play of chance and probability. Finally, war is the sum of decisions, actions, and reactions in an uncertain and dangerous context. For which will be paid for by innocence. look around, i see my three innocent ones.

      Forgive the length, had to get if off.

    • http://www.adinakutnicki.com AdinaK

      Let's put it this way, a radical revolutionary leftist will NEVER protect American interests and that is that – http://adinakutnicki.com/2012/10/07/when-authenti

      Hence, under the Radical/islamist-in-Chief, his jaw-jaw via Iran has left them on the cusp of the "nuclear club".

      Adina Kutnicki, Israel – http://adinakutnicki.com/about/

  • Mary Sue

    Hey North Korea

    Point your nukes at Detroit, Chicago, and Los Angeles

    Thanks In Advance

    • Ryan

      This is a very uncalled for statement. The loss of human life at the hands of another nation, or the loss of human life alone is nothing to joke about. Sure. These cities have problems, but there are going to be problems anywhere you go. Anytime you get a large city with a large amount of people, those problems are going to be more noticeable and pushed to the forefront. Why don't you follow the old saying, if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all. That would be much better than filth like….

      Hey, North Korea

      Point your nukes at Mary Sue.

      Thanks In Advance.

    • jackie

      listen mary sue i live close to chicago why don't we post a nuke in ur direction ok well guess not

  • Mary Sue

    Oh and DC too.

  • Ghostwriter

    Why should America tremble? We have an ultra-pacifist who's about to become Secretary of State. That'll help us immensely. [sarcasm intended.]

  • jakespoon

    After 10 minutes talking with Kerry, Kim Jung Un would commit suicide from boredom ,or shoot Kerry and nuke Parumph , saying the U.S. tried to assassinate him by boredom.

  • kim jong un

    The West Coast will be attacked for sure. they should nuke Jersey Shore

    • jakespoon

      Twice,to be sure.

    • Mary Sue

      As much as Seattle needs glowing in the dark, that's a little TOO close for my comfort XD

    • objectivefactsmatter

      "they should nuke Jersey Shore"

      If they do, we'll know the primary incitement was cable television.

  • JacksonPearson

    "Hanoi John Kerry."
    I'll say one thing for the democrats, they sure have an abundance of cheese eating RATS.

    • gerry

      Just rats,they will eat anything.Kerry is the typical one.

  • BLJ

    As far as I am concerned we have some overdue payback to those Commies from the USS Pueblo attack. They still have our commissioned ship anchor in their capital city and use it for propoganda tours.

    Now crater face Kerry will be kissing their butts. Only in Obamaland.

  • gerry

    Well Richardson,Kerry plus ca change plus c'est la meme chose as the French would say.The Chinese must be laughing their heads off.Just wait for the outrage when the North Koreans nuke Hawaii.I can already hear the whining,this will come as great surprise to the morons.

  • objectivefactsmatter

    "Let me be clear: We must get beyond the political talking point that engaging North Korea is somehow “rewarding bad behavior.” It is not. We will set the time and place and we will negotiate in good faith."

    Stupid more-on leftist, they won't negotiate in good faith. Ever. OK? They have zero incentive to because of the likes of you.

  • SoCalMike

    Kerry, Obama, most of the Left and the entire State Department believe the proper solution is to underwrite the NK program and weapons platforms with American tax dollars.
    That will really show them and create disincentives for them to stop !

    How much money have American taxpayers paid to fund North Korean nukes??
    I think the Americans who deliver the cash call it "Humanitarian Aid."

  • SoCalMike

    Kerry, Obama, most of the Left and the entire State Department believe the proper solution is to underwrite the NK program and weapons platforms with American tax dollars.
    That's what they do.
    Empowering and arming people who hate us makes us safer.
    Just ask our Best and Brightest.

  • Larry

    John Kerry needs to be strapped across the nose cone of the next US missile test.

  • ross1948

    We need to remember that we missed a chacne sixty years ago, because the US foreign policy establishment lacked cojones. http://rossrightangle.wordpress.com/2013/02/05/tr
    Let's not make the same mistake again!

  • Evan Beachy

    I personally volunteer to strap a saddle to the first nuke we fire at N, Korea and manually guide it straight up n koreas butt. Kerry should not have the honor of being strapped to the nuke I SHOULD. Hey north korea did ya miss me IM BAAAAAAAAACK! BOOM!

  • Paddy

    America with all due respect I fear for yous I really do its almost imminent that either north Korea or Iran is gonna blast yous and all the talk from Obama saying he will do this or that if they continue to peruse with nukes was a load of Betty swollox talk is cheap America may the good lord be with yous

  • Meme

    R I p america

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