President Trump’s tour of countries of our Asian allies has set North Korea on edge, as a new statement suggests. The communist regime is calling the President a “destroyer of world peace” and claim he is “begging for a nuclear war.”
The statement comes as President Trump has challenged the regime to bow to international pressure to end its nuclear program. In recent months, North Korea has held several missile tests and conducted underground nuclear tests. Lately, however, the country has been relatively quiet in holding tests or military exercises.
“Trump, during his visit, laid bare his true nature as destroyer of world peace and stability and begged for a nuclear war on the Korean peninsula…Trump made his conceived attempt yet again to alienate our people from the government,’ a statement from a government spokesman read. He then stated that Trump risked a nuclear war by challenging North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
The North Korean government said Saturday that Donald Trump’s first trip to Asia showed he’s itching for all-out Armageddon on the Korean peninsula.
The U.S. president said Wednesday in Seoul, South Korea that the ‘sinister regime’ to the North has become a dangerous menace, and warned dictator Kim Jong-un not to test his patience.
‘Today, I hope I speak not only for our countries, but for all civilized nations, when I say to the North: Do not underestimate us. And do not try us,’ he told South Korea’s National Assembly in an impassioned speech.
Addressing a global audience, he insisted Wednesday that ‘the world cannot tolerate the menace of a rogue regime that threatens it with nuclear devastation.’
‘All responsible nations must join forces to isolate the brutal regime of North Korea – to deny it any form of support, supply, or acceptance.’
In a long soliloquy about North Korea, he said the totalitarian state is the result of ‘a tragic experiment in the laboratory of history … in which leaders imprison their people under the banner of fascism and oppression.’
It’s ‘a country ruled like a cult,’ he said, fueled by ‘a deranged belief in the ruler’s destiny.’
And in a stern, direct message to Kim, he declared: ‘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.’
‘North Korea is not the paradise your grandfather envisioned, he said of the nation’s founder Kim Il-sung. ‘It is a hell that no person deserves.’