North Korea: Nikki Haley Is A Prostitute

DPRK says America will “pay dearly” for ambassador’s “hysteric fit.”

The state-run news agency of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK, a.k.a. North Korea) has issued a scathing rebuke of U.S. ambassador to the United Nations (UN) Nikki Haley.

The country’s Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) called Haley a “political prostitute” on Friday, and vowed that the United States would “pay dearly” for her “hysteric fit.”

“The U.S. administration will have to pay a dear price for her tongue-lashing,” the agency stated.

Wow …

Haley addressed the UN security council earlier this week in response to North Korea’s latest nuclear test, saying the nation’s socialist monarch Kim Jong-Un was “begging for war.”

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(Via: KCNA)

“Despite our efforts the North Korea nuclear program is more advanced and more dangerous than ever,” Haley said. “Enough is enough.  War is never something the United States wants.  We don’t want it now.  But our country’s patience is not unlimited.”

Hold up … despite our efforts? 

Haley neglected to point out that North Korea’s nuclear program is benefitting from materials and technology obtained via America’s puppet regime in Ukraine.   No really … Kim and the “Norks” are obtaining the hardware and knowledge for their missiles and bombs from a regime our nation installed in an anti-democratic coup three years ago.

Of course Haley’s assessment of the situation in Ukraine has been part in parcel of the mainstream media’s Russia-bashing narrative, so it’s not surprising she would adopt such an uninformed view on its proximity to the North Korean nukes.

Uninformed trash talk on the global stage is sort of Haley’s thing … which is one reason our own propaganda papers love her.

In fact just this week, the liberal #FakeNews purveyors over at CNN called Haley the “breakout star” of U.S. president Donald Trump’s administration.



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