Sunday, September 3, 2017

Communist China still lying about North Korea - Update

AFP is reporting that "China strongly condemned North Korea's Sunday nuclear test, slamming Pyongyang for ignoring international condemnation of its atomic weapons programme." Can we please put an end to China's compulsive lying because it is really becoming offensive. Actions speak louder than words. Putting a statement on a website stating they condemn North Korea's nuclear test means absolutely nothing when they at the same time oppose sanctions against North Korea and object to South Korea installing an iron dome missile defense system against North Korea's continued terrorist threats.

How can we believe anything China says when they throw Buddhists in jail just for being Buddhists and execute them to order for organ harvesting. Nothing China says has any credibility whatsoever because they are murders and compulsive liars.

Sanctions against North Korea for conducting nuclear tests in support of its defiant missile launches terrorizing the world are now in order. Canada, Japan, South Korea and Guam need an Iron Dome Missile defense system just like Israel.

Canada needs to stop selling China Canadian nuclear reactors because they use that technology to export nuclear weapons and China are the ones that supply North Korea with military equipment. BC and Alberta need to take back their oil rights from Communist China. It's that simple. It's called a natural consequence of unacceptable behaviour.

Update: The Canadian Press is reporting that "North Korea illegally exported coal, iron and other commodities worth at least $270 million to China and other countries including India, Malaysia and Sri Lanka in the six-month period ending in early August in violation of U.N. sanctions, U.N. experts say." This is where we need to balance the extremes.

I don't care if North Korea exports coal or iron to China. That is their right. However, it is our right to say we will not buy your products or give you humanitarian aid when you continue to conduct nuclear tests and continue to terrorize the world with defiant missile tests. North Korea needs to be able to feed itself. We dont want to create another Helms Burton fiasco.

If North Korea wants to be Communist then let them be Communist. If they invade another country we will take up arms against them. If they threaten the world with nuclear missiles then we will refuse to buy their products. That is our right and our duty.


  1. what??? stop doing business with China because they support in real terms N. Korea? surely you jest? think of the money which will be lost by business and governments? that is what it all comes down to: MONEY.

    China does business with N. Korea because it makes them money. They also need N. Korea in place to ensure a united Korea with American influence isn't sitting on their border.

    not much is going to change and we in the west really need to accept China isn't going to change anything. They hold more American debt than any other country except Japan. As to Canada, they also make money by doing business with China and money in our society comes first, lives second.

    As to N. Korea having nuclear weapons; we need to get used to the idea. They are not going to stop with them. They have been clear about that and there is nothing in it for them to stop developing them. The U.S.A. is simply out of its league when it comes to this. Short of 'nuking' N. Korea nothing is going to stop them from doing what they are doing. Might be better if they focus their energy and interests on what they can have some impact on.

  2. Confirmed test of a Nork thermonuclear device, meaning a hydrogen bomb, not just a regular nuke. Hiroshima was 15 KT, this one about 150.

    This is not going to end well. China keeps playing stupid and they can go along for the ride too. If anyone thinks Trump and Mattis are going to let this shit drag on even more interminably than it already has, I believe they are badly mistaken. I promise you that right now the Norks are the subject of the biggest target workup since the invasion of Iraq.


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