North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un Reminds Us Why We Need Trump’s America First Doctrine

Kim Jong-Un is back to distrusting the United States after Joe Biden was handed the presidency last year by an unspoken but genuine conspiracy of reactionary corporate special interest groups and Marxist agenda-driven, radical leftists.

Jong-Un and the North Korean regime could smell the Bidenists building the groundwork for a highly “moderate” White House administration, which means doing everything Obama, the Bushes, and the Clintons had been doing for the previous three decades before Donald Trump was elected.

In Trump, a president was genuinely put in office by the people for once, and not by the corporate news talking heads, who in every other presidential election in living memory, picked the candidate who would win for us, and forced them on the American people using all their industry-standard deceptive manipulation techniques.

Biden is reviled by true patriots who love this country, who love freedom, individual sovereignty, limited government, the rule of law, and sensible foreign policies that put America first, not corporate special interests, and not Washington politicians’ glorious, selfish ambitions to remake the world in their image when they can’t even keep their voting populace from perennially hating them with congressional approval ratings that haven’t cracked 36% since 2009, and have spent most of that time in the very low single digits.

They are, however, not the only ones who are dissatisfied with the new Democratic administration. Even North Korean President Kim Jong-Un recognizes that the world would be safer and more stable with a dynamic businessman in the Oval Office rather than a professional politician. Washington’s career politicians love global instability, even when it leads to mayhem and death abroad, and even when it makes Americans less safe. That’s because it gives them another pretext to steal more money from the American taxpayer in next year’s budgets.

A classic example is a situation on the Korean peninsula. Big government Republicans have been keeping that region unstable and on edge for decades, running joint military exercises to practice invading North Korea every year with the Republic of Korea military. These have provoked an understandably fearful North Korea to hasten its nuclear weapons development. The “Hermit Kingdom” recently tested new rail-based delivery systems for its intercontinental ballistic missile arsenal.

And on Monday, Kim Jong-Un stepped up rhetoric against Biden’s government, saying, “there is no action-based evidence to make us believe that they are not hostile.” He announced the regime’s new goal is “ “invincible military capability.” The reason for the escalation? The North Korean president says, “The U.S. continues to create tensions in the region with its wrong judgments and actions.”

The U.S. has an outstanding line to delicately walk to prevent a dangerous international situation from turning into a nuclear conflagration. We need a genuinely talented diplomat like Donald Trump to lead at a time like this, not another completely uninspired bot that says whatever the lobbyists with the deepest pockets tell him to say.