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Monday, October 24, 2016

North Korea Slams ‘Loser’ Obama For Regime Collapse Remark

North Korea Slams ‘Loser’ Obama For Regime Collapse Remark

Seoul (AFP) – North Korea Sunday described U.S. President Barack Obama as a “loser” over his criticism on its regime, accusing him of being obsessed with hostility towards Pyongyang.

The comment from the North’s foreign ministry came after Obama spoke of the eventual collapse of the regime ruling what he called “the most isolated, the most sanctioned, the most cut-off nation on Earth”.

“We will keep on ratcheting the pressure, but part of what’s happening is… the Internet over time is going to be penetrating this country,” Obama said in an interview on YouTube from the White House last week.

“Over time you will see a regime like this collapse,” he said, adding the U.S. was looking for ways to accelerate the flow of information into the country.

A spokesman for the North’s foreign ministry lashed out at the remarks, describing them as “rubbish”.

“The recent wild remarks made by Obama are nothing but a poor grumble of a loser driven into a tight corner in the all-out standoff with the (North),” the spokesman told state news agency KCNA.

“We cannot but be shocked to find that Obama… is so preoccupied with the inveterate repugnancy and hostility toward a sovereign state.”

Attempts to topple the regime — led by Kim Jong-Un — would only strengthen unity among its people, he said.

The North has often used bombastic and sometimes racist rhetoric to slam Obama and other U.S. leaders.

Last month its top military body chaired by Kim compared Obama to a “monkey” over his support for the screening of a Hollywood comedy hated by Pyongyang.

The Interview — about a fictional plot to assassinate Kim — was released online and in theaters last month, despite devastating cyber attacks on its producer Sony Pictures.

Washington blames Pyongyang for the attacks, a charge the North has angrily denied.

AFP Photo/Roberto Schmidt

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  • Dominick Vila

    All I have to say on this one is that a criticism from North Korea, that mimics the infantile comments we hear at home on a daily basis, is a feather on our cap.

    • Big difference is that what you hear at home are the same people that are the American government. That would be the American people that will not allow the “fundamental change” of America into the soviet style police state that this regime wants.

      • Allan Richardson

        A majority of the 16 percent of only one party’s voters does not constitute “the American People.” Even then, the Republican Congressional candidates NATIONWIDE received fewer votes than the Democratic candidates; the only reason the GOP took more SEATS is the gerrymandering of those Congressional districts.

        In several states, EVEN with low turnout among progressive voters, ballot QUESTIONS such as minimum wage increases PASSED with the votes of many of the same voters who voted for anti-minimum-wage-increase CANDIDATES. The policy positions of the GOP have been found in poll after poll to be supported by a MINORITY of the voters.

        Wait until the Democratic voters turn out for the Presidential election and vote against these oligarchy-financed anti-working-people politicians.

        But that will only happen in the REAL world, not in your fantasy world fed to you by Faux Nooz.

        • I doubt the American people will allow the “fundamental change” that the regime wants. This “change” is only supported by the regimes minions, and Americans are waking up to all the lies and deceit from the liberals. It will take American patriots to stand up to the tyrant we have in power, and that will happen. You seem to believe all the propaganda put forth by the regime. Are you interested in some beach front property in Iowa?

    • hicusdicus

      Infantile remarks at home. That’s all I hear coming from both sides. There is no hope in communicating with any of these knuckle heads. They read something somewhere and it becomes gospel. Just say something to really irritate them and go to the next one. I think the whole political scene is in the toilet. When opportunity is right we are all going to get flushed. The whole populace needs a sobriety test to see if they can walk a straight line and think at the same time.

  • clcman

    “The recent wild remarks made… are nothing but a poor grumble of a
    loser driven into a tight corner in the all-out standoff…” Sounds to me like North Korea is describing North Korea.

  • Paul Bass

    “but a poor grumble of a loser driven into a tight corner in the all-out standoff with the (North),”

    HAHAHAHAHAHA – The USA in a tight corner in the all-out standoff with North Korea? ROTFLOL, he he he!

    The USA doesn’t give 2 sh$ts about this little fat punk!

  • 1JohnMason

    North Korea and the Tea Party have the same political rhetoric in common.

  • Allan Richardson

    GOP and DPRK are now BFFs: they both hate Obama!

    • Dominick Vila

      Add Muslim radicals to that equation, and what you will find is the triumvirate that wants to take us back to the Middle Ages.

  • BiteMeLiberals

    Obama is a loser and monkey for sure.

  • Al Itoh

    For some reason, liberals really seem to hate this country.

    • CrankyToo

      Having spent a couple of years in Korea, I can tell you that the North and its people are too pathetic to hate. But I think we can all agree that the country’s leadership is worthy of our disdain. Except maybe right wing assholes like this clown BiteMeLiberals who posted below. They must get their propaganda from the same source – Fox Noise, no doubt. What a schmuck.

  • CrankyToo

    I can see next week’s news headlines now… “Boehner Invites Kim Jong-Un to Address Congress!”