Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Bad North Korea! No Dinner For You!

via Rueters.
China, North Korea's most important ally, on Tuesday joined other world powers in calling for a tough response to the reclusive communist state's announcement of a nuclear weapons test.

China and Russia, which both border North Korea, met with other veto-holding members of the U.N. Security Council to discuss a range of sanctions proposed by the United States and Japan to pressure Pyongyang to abandon its nuclear program.

China's U.N. Ambassador, Wang Guangya, told reporters: "I think that there has to be some punitive actions." He added: "We need to have a firm, constructive, appropriate but prudent response to North Korea's nuclear threat."

But these "punitive actions" do not include actually doing anything. Instead, we'll all stand around with somber faces and pass resolutions about how bad this is. Kim Jong Il will not stop until someone has a boot on his neck. Similar to how you deal with a dangerous snake. And I don't care who does this. The US, China... In fact I'd be tickled if China could take care of this.

We should just send Chuck Norris over there. He'd round-house kick everyone into submission, smack Kim Jong Il across the snout with a rolled-up newspaper, point at the nuclear test-site, and say in a firm tone, "No! Bad Dictator!"