Global effort continue to fail in soothing the North Korean conflict has become seemingly pointless. President Trump rings in with his message. “I told Rex Tillerson, our wonderful Secretary of State, that he is wasting his time trying to negotiate with Little Rocket Man,” Trump tweeted, concerning to the North Korean Dictator Kim Jung Un.
President Trump referring to the U.S efforts to solve, as well as global efforts, to resolve the unending conflict diplomatically, with Kim. It is becoming increasingly clear that President Trump may be right, as Kim bullish threats are becoming more and more outlandish.
Kim’s senseless threats to the United States and allies have become such a global concern that both Chin and Russia has halted financial agreement with Noth Korea. Both countries calling for a “double freeze” on North Korea, ideally halting North Korea’s nuclear program in exchange for the U.S and South Korea’s stay on military exercises near their borderders.
Notwithstanding China and Russia’s hope, the final say will fall upon President Trump And Kim. Kim Un’s threats have continued on for some time causing a military display from the US, it’s unclear at this time what the President is willing to do.
Trump Tweets In Regards To “The Little Rocket Man”.
Trump has repeatedly referred Kim as “Little Rocket Man,” saying that the North Korean leadership “won’t be around much longer.”
The North Korean regime has also threatened to “annihilate” the US and turn it into “ashes” for initiating the latest round of sanctions. The government in Pyongyang has also threatened to “sink” Japan and “wipe out” South Korea.
On September 25, the North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho accused the US of “declaring war” on Pyongyang and said that North Korea now has “the right to shoot down United States strategic bombers even when they are not inside the airspace border of our country.”
Later, Kim Jong-un vowed to “tame” Trump “with fire.”
As Pyongyang and Washington are whipping up tensions, Moscow and Beijing are trying to ease them. Russia and China have called for the implementation of the “double freeze” initiative that envisages North Korea suspending its nuclear and missile program in exchange for the US and South Korea abandoning their military exercises in the region.