Translates as one (1) in English. Purely coincidental. King in his kingdom, an autocratic, bellicose ruler of an isolated, mountainous, cold, inhospitable spot on the globe. It will require his kingdom be monitored 24/7 by these United States and sanctions enforced. Ignore North Korea is the best option available today.
Mr. Un and his predecessors incessant, ceaseless paranoid propaganda. Brutal subjugation of decent. Persons' shot if seen or caught attempting to leave. A constant war footing, . A vast prison with labor camps, minders, snitches, watchers, note takers, video tape, independent travel prohibited and one gilded cage for Mr. Un.
Ignoring North Korea in practice is what we do. I.E., we do not do what Trump said we would do which was to ensure no more North Korea in 3 weeks. If we get rid of the verbal nonsense that Trump speaks then job done. We need to merely let North Korea know what we could do... Then ignore them. They would then never lay a finger on South Korea, U.S., Western Europe. Because then it would be true (not Trump like nonsense) that they really would all be all dead within 3 weeks!)
What are we doing? What is Mr. Un and his oppressive regime going to do once their goal is reached? They can be left to stew, having played their only trump card in the sure knowledge that if ever used they face annihilation. Isolated,ignored,backward, stuck in a 1960's time warp.
Treat him like the child he is. Don't set boundaries that you won't enforce (I'm looking at you USA) and firmly enforce the boundaries that you do set. It's getting embarrassing how many times he is just crossing boundaries with little or no consequences. Say something reasonable, like don't fly missiles over japan without a registered flight plan. If he does it, shoot the missile down.
They'll always threaten the US no matter what happens and I'm wondering what the US do if we just stopped responding to their threats all together. Let them just sit there and talk and forget about them. If they attack anyone first, there will be major international backlash coming at them. China isnt as scary as peole make them out to be. There's inner termoil going on that they don't want any one knowing about.
North Korean leadership might talk a big game, but they're not stupid. If they were to actually try anything by striking first, most of the world would be against them, and they know it. So while they might say a lot of things about how they'll destroy us all, that's all it is: talk.
I believe the United States and the rest of the world should ignore North Korea. I believe that regimen is dead set on starving their population to death while brainwashing them to worship a dead leader as a God. There's nothing we can legitimately do about because China supports them.
North Korea is China's problem since the Chinese supplied the Kim regime with the technology to produce nuclear materials. Japan is also close by. The United States is far across the Pacific and needs to concentrate on things at home. If North Korea becomes belligerent, our armed forces can be there within hours from bases in Japan and South Korea.
North Korea may spark off WW3 if they resume missile testing, and provocations in much the same way as Japan attacked Pearl Harbour. If that happens, we will be closer to Armageddon, and all of our future dreams will get flushed down the toilet, if you will. Remember, America is a sleeping giant - it will wake up and roar at all adversaries if necessary.
Ultimately, there will be an missile launch that hits Japan, S. Korea, or Russia that drags us into a war. Pressure on China must be maintained to curtail North Korea's weapklon development. North Korea's has been blackmailing both S. Korea and China to give them money for food to feed their people while the government spends their GNP on weapons development and better living conditions for their elite. North Korea's only strength is perfecting more effective deliverable nuclear warheads to all its neighbors and the US to continue their blackmailing scheme. A real treaty, with their neighbors would undermine the Kim regime. So besides channeling more internal descent among NK's elite to overthrow the Kim regime, adding defensive weapons to counter any NK military invasion of South Korea, the US needs to wait it out and until better options become practical. There is the belief that China, to gain more influence, will perpetuate NK's weapons development to prove the US cannot protect Japan and South Korea, so these countries side with China as their protector rather than the US. China wants to gain greater influence. Trade makes the world go around and China has the edge now.
No, the United States should not ignore North Korea. North Korea is a fascist state run by a mad man who may be nuclear powered. As such, North Korea warrants a watchful eye. Since North Korea has issued many anti-American statements, the United States would be wise to keep them under watch.
No, I do not think that the US should ignore North Korea at all, and I think that they have a lot of power, and some dangerous weapons that if they sent to the US could make such a huge tragedy that it would take decades to get over it.