Published: Sun, September 24, 2017
World | By Paul Elliott

Trump a mentally deranged rogue gangster: Kim Jong Un

Trump a mentally deranged rogue gangster: Kim Jong Un

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson appealed to the worldwide community, especially Russian Federation and China, to stop the spread of nuclear weapons, calling North Korea a case study of the failure to prevent rogue states from obtaining weapons of mass destruction.

Kim Jong Un's response expressly targeted Trump, whose United Nations speech apparently the North Korean leader of the phrase "a frightened dog barks louder".

United States experts suggested North Korea listen to demands from the global community to avoid total destruction.

"I will surely and definitely tame the mentally deranged USA dotard with fire", Kim said in the statement carried by the KCNA state news agency, referring to Trump. China announced Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017 it will limit oil supplies to North Korea under United Nations sanctions starting October 1, 2017, stepping up pressure on Pyongyang over its pursuit of nuclear and missile technology.

She said she does not want to speculate about Pyongyang's fresh threat to test a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean, calling it an "unprecedented act of aggression".

Kim said the North would consider the "highest level of hard-line countermeasure in history" against the United States and that Trump's comments had confirmed his own nuclear program was "the correct path". He characterized Trump's speech to the world body on Tuesday as "mentally deranged behavior".

North Korean foreign minister Ri Yong Ho suggested Kim was considering testing "an unprecedented scale hydrogen bomb" over the Pacific in response to the USA president's threats.

"Trump is a warmonger and a backstreet gangster", said Ri Il Ung, 24, a student at Pyongyang Mechanical University. And he said "we should do so again".

The new sanctions gave the Trump Administration the power to penalize individual companies and institutions that trade with and finance North Korea.

The crowd included workers, officials and students, KCNA said. It will further escalate the war of words between the adversaries as the North moves closer to perfecting a nuclear-tipped missile that could strike America.

China on Saturday announced that it would restrict oil exports to North Korea from October 1 and also suspend textile imports from Pyongyang.

The sources said lenders were asked to fully implement United Nations sanctions against North Korea and were warned of the economic losses and reputational risks if they did not do so. Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Thursday that negotiations are the "only way out" of the nuclear standoff.

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