This weekend, as Christians around the world celebrate Easter, tensions are flaring between US and North Korea. China is stepping in to calm both sides even as North Korea celebrates the anniversary of the birth of their founder. This is being celebrated with large public demonstrations of affection for the North Korean leadership who are more than happy to show off their collection of YUGE missiles in a long parade. Talk about compensating for their manhood.
We don’t know what China plans to do, but may we suggest that they invite both sides over for a talk over a nice big bowl of wonton soup. “Bubbala,” they might say, “Come over for a nice hot lunch. It’s chicken broth and you know how chicken broth makes you feel all warm inside?”
In the meantime, someone needs to tell our leadership that responding to North Korea’s threat of nuclear weapons with our own nuclear arsenal is a no win situation. Fine, go ahead and send our missiles to them as they send the missiles to us. NOBODY WINS…as illustrated in this video from 1981.
Unfortunately our President seems determined to learn the hard way.
Again, talk about compensating for his manhood.
(Thank you for reading. Or better yet, check out the American International so-bad-it’s-good classic movie, Teenage Caveman, for a view of life after a nuclear apocalypse.)