It’s no secret that Kim Jong Un is taking big risks and may be losing his biggest allies. China isn’t dealing with his antics anymore. They have officially decided to step back. So many were under the impression that China would jump at the chance to support Jong Un, but it’s looking like the cruel dictator will be on his own with his nuclear missiles. His most recent stunt not only shocked President Trump, but Trump decided that it was about time that Jong Un learned a lesson. This would be his very last warning to back off. And then, China did something incredible.
Kim Jong Un had the gall to threaten to launch an attack on Guam along with other United States territories. President Trump wasn’t having it, and he responding by letting Kim Jong Un know that he would respond with “fire and fury.” The Left criticized Trump for saying this, because they claim that our President was too harsh against the dictator. They claimed that he would provoke more anger from Jong Un. The problem is, we can’t be scared of a jerk like Jong Un. We need to stand up for ourselves and make it known that we won’t wait around to be massacred. We will fight back.
It has been reported that China will be halting the importing of coal, fish, iron ore, and many other goods from North Korea under United Nations sanctions. This order came after the North Korean dictator continued to issue threats. President Donald Trump decided it was time to do something else. He ordered an investigation into China’s trade practice, and the United States very well might impose sanctions on Beijing.
World Politicus wrote:
President Trump hopes that China will help him put the situation under control. China can actually apply financial pressure on Kim Yong-un, and this could put an end to his dictatorship. “Heading to Washington this morning. Much work to do. Focus on trade and military,” tweeted President Trump. The trade probe actually made China bring a decision.
China’s Commerce Ministry will officially ban the import of coal, iron ore, lead concentrates and ore, lead and seafood from North Korea. According to the US Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, this is “the single largest economic sanctions passage” against Kim Yong-un.
“We should not fool ourselves into thinking we have solved the problem, not even close,” added the ambassador.
While it may be a good lesson, North Korea didn’t seem to take anything away from it. Kim Jong Un may very well lose his business with the Chinese, but President Trump is going to be mending any misunderstandings that stand with China.
It seems that China’s decision to stop the import of any goods from North Korea is just what the doctor ordered. Kim Jong Un is probably throwing one of his little temper tantrums right about now, and will most likely issue more threats on anyone going against him and his regime. Let’s just hope President Trump continues to build a stronger relationship with China, and Kim Jong Un learns a little something about what happens when you threaten the United States.