After President Trump bombed Syria last week and sent a strong naval strike force, a veritable new age Armada in the Korean peninsula, it’s now China’s turn to take care of its protege, and I am talking about that crazy fat kid Kim Jong-un.
In a surprising move which proves that Donald Trump made his point crystal clear during his face to face meet with President Xi Jinping at Mar-a-Lago, China warned the Pyongyang regime that it will get spanked, as in bombed if it crosses China’s red line. Beijing basically threatened NKorea with open war, saying that it will attack Kim Jong Un’s nuclear bomb silos and production facilities.
The threats were made via a strong worded editorial in a Chinese state owned newspaper, titled The United States Must Not Choose a Wrong Direction to Break the DPRK Nuclear Deadlock on Wednesday“.
The newspaper (Global Times, a tabloid of sorts) is owned and operated by People’s Daily, the Chinese Communist Party’s official mouthpiece. According to the editorial, the North Korean regime must restrain from its nuclear activities which are claimed to be jeopardizing Northeastern China.
If the Pyongyang regime keeps on going with its nuclear test and in any way, shape or form impacts mainland China with pollution or nuclear leakage, then it will be Hell to pay, as China will respond harshly via attacks launched at North Korea’s nuclear facilities.
It’s interesting to observe that the editorial was quickly retracted from the internet, but not quick enough, as it’s available in its cached version, courtesy of Google.
The message to Fat Boy Kim is very clear, as the article notes:
“nuclear weapons is DPRK’s trump card for its defiance of China and the United States. Once this card is lost, it will become obedient immediately; [if North Korea’s] “nuclear facilities are destroyed, they will not even fight back, but probably block the news to fool its domestic people. The DPRK will freak out if its nuclear facilities are destroyed.”
And it also says:
“Nkorea will not be allowed to have a government that is hostile against China on the other side of the Yalu River.”
That confirms what I wrote in a previous article, i.e. China will await for the US strike force to eviscerate North Korea’s command center, and then it will move in to fill the power vacuum, acting like a land-invasion force.