U.S. Strategic Response Towards War Commitment

U.S. Adopts Strategic Response Towards War Commitment to North Korea’s Threats to Shoot Down U.S. Warplanes

Amid a U.S. Strategic Response rising tensions between the Washington and Pyongyang.

North Korea’s ruling party released a statement April 20 threatening to obliterate the United States, South Korea and their allies in the West in a “super-mighty preemptive strike” — again.

We decided to rank our favorite ridiculous threats to come out of the “hermit kingdom” over the last few years list below 1-thru-6. 🙂

List of North korea’s threats

1. North Korea is planning a “super-mighty preemptive strike.”

Perhaps the most ridiculous threat to date came through on April 20. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said this week that the United States was looking into ways to roll back North Korea’s nuclear program. North Korea’s leading communist party paper didn’t take kindly to that. “In the case of our super-mighty preemptive strike being launched,” the mouthpiece said, “it will completely and immediately wipe out not only U.S. imperialists’ invasion forces in South Korea and its surrounding areas but the U.S. mainland and reduce them to ashes.” Look, I know it was 4/20, and weed is awesome, but maybe don’t get super-mighty high before you threaten to reduce the world’s most powerful country to ashes? Will there be a U.S. Strategic Response?

2. N. Korea threatened to turn South Korea into a “sea of fire.”

In 2013, frustrated over a new round of international sanctions, Kim Jong Un gave his soldiers a pep-talk about turning South Korea’s Baengnyeong Island — the site of several past testy north-south clashes — into a “sea of fire.” The dear leader reportedly told his troops: “Once an order is issued, you should break the waists of the crazy enemies, totally cut their windpipes and thus clearly show them what a real war is like.” Obviously, this plan never came to fruition. But I don’t know why anyone would complain about a fire island. New York has one, and I’m told it’s a lot of fun. You might even say, “It’s LIT.” This will not deserve a U.S. Strategic Response.

3. John McCain fat-shamed Kim Jong Un, and Kim Jong Un threatened war in retaliation.

U.S. Strategic Response Towards War Commitment“China is the one, the only one, that can control Kim Jong Un, this crazy fat kid that’s running North Korea,” Vietnam POW and Republican Arizona Sen. John McCain said in March. This comment, North Korean media said, was essentially a declaration of war. “Hardline conservative lawmakers of the U.S. Congress have dared to take on our greatest dignity,” a DPRK spokesman said. “It is the most hostile expression about our ideology, system and people, and a severe provocation equivalent to a declaration of war.” This could engage a U.S. Strategic Response or maybe not.

It’s been almost a month since McCain dared to insult the supreme leader, and I haven’t really seen its military storm any beaches or drop any bombs. McCain, for his part, responded to the flap in the McCainest way possible.

4. In 2013, Pyongyang declared a “state of war” with a “boiled pumpkin.”

After witnessing an anti-chemical warfare exercise in South Korea in April 2013, North Korea declared that it had entered a state of war with South Korea. It also called the America a “boiled pumpkin.” I didn’t realize the United States was basically what happens when you leave a jack o’lantern on your porch until December. On behalf of all Americans, I would just like to apologize for being a smelly, soggy pile of orange squash. This may not lead to a U.S. Strategic Response.

5. Kim Jong Un threatened to end America over that weird-ass Seth Rogen movie.

The Interview, Starring: “Kim Jong-Um; Crying.

U.S. Strategic Response Towards War CommitmentIn 2014, Sony Pictures did the unthinkable. They called it “The Interview,” a satirical buddy film about Seth Rogen and James Franco trying to assassinate Kim Jong Un. The movie was so controversial that Sony decided not to release it in theaters, for fear that it would spark terrorist attacks. But that didn’t stop North Korea from reportedly hacking Sony’s database and sharing some pretty embarrassing information. Because we all know, smearing the reputations of celebs and movie producers is a real blow to “American imperialism.” Hysterical, and did not engage a U.S. Strategic Response, lmao.

6. North Korean officials to “imperial” Americans last March: “We will not hesitate to slap them…”

N. Korea Govert Shown Nuclear Distruction of Wahington DC


“…with a preemptive nuclear strike.” The video was a response to new United Nations’ sanctions. In addition to promising nuclear smackdown, the video depicted a computer-generated attack on Washington, D.C. To be fair, no one was worried. This happens like once every three days. Still not a U.S. Strategic Response, nice.

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