The Problem Child

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Kim Jong-un is a spoiled, capricious nut. His nuclear war threats may be nothing but continued ego maniacal saber rattling, but once nuclear miniaturization is achieved, he could launch a nuclear attack on our west coast. Many have suggested diplomacy, but that has already been tried for decades. North Korea always furthers their nuclear capabilities regardless. He may be trying to extort us once again for more food and fuel, but again..that tactic simply does not work. It only buys the regime in North Korea more time.

War is not funny. Especially the prospect of WWIII. I was not happy with the Syrian bombing and I caught a lot of flak for my cartoon that criticized the event. As a political cartoonist, I have to call it as I see it—even if it means losing support that I badly need. I drew a great many pro-Trump cartoons to help him get elected. I still back Trump and his intention to make America great again, but one critical cartoon cost me in terms of lost donors. Trump recently said he had no intention of starting another useless war in the Middle East—and that’s reassuring, but now we have North Korea to worry about.

I’ve read two books that I recommend highly: “The Aquariums of Pyongyang” and “Escape from Camp 14.” If you read either book, you’ll get a good idea of the fear and tyranny under which the North Korean people must live. Kim Jong-un grew up as a pampered egomaniac. He is reckless and dangerous. He even wanted all males in the Communist country to wear his own crazy haircut. He needs to be taken out, but that’s a very risky undertaking.

China is key. If they don’t help us take out Un, then we definitely have a chance for WWIII. I’d much rather see Trump concentrate on making America again, but the constant threat of nuclear war from a deranged tyrant could ruin all that. 
We live in very dangerous times.
—Ben Garrison

 

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4 Responses to The Problem Child

  1. It is interesting that people who are ordinarily skeptical– even defiant– of the Narratives broadcast by globalist mainstream media corporations unquestioningly accept and believe those same corporations’ Narrative about the DPRK.

  2. Enrique Enríquez says:

    MAYBE THE BEST IS TO HAVE A GOOD ‘IRON DOME’ DEFENSE SHIELD, EXTRA DEFENSIVE MECHANISMS AND HAVE SOME EXTRA PLANS TO BLOCK ANY ATTACK BEFORE IT HAPPENS.

    APART FROM THAT, MUTUALLY BENEFICIAL BUSINESS WITH CHINA, NOT JUST SWEATSHOP IMPORTS INTO THE WEST, WILL HELP DEFUSE TENSIONS.
    UNPROVED SYRIA ALLEGATIONS AND ATTACK DON’T HELP AT ALL (APART FROM BEING THE OPPOSITE TO THE ELECTORAL PROMISES!).

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  4. Iván el Conquistador says:

    Allow me to recommend a graphic novel Pyongyang, by Guy DeLisle, a cartoonist and animator in Quebec who had to stay in that country for two months as the supervisor of an animation studio. Although it was published in 2003, when Kim Jong Il was alive, it’s useful to understand how the common folk lives in North Korea and how the bureaucracy works.

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