China Bows to Trump

In a huge slap in the face to North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un’s regime, China has very publicly announced that it will ban imports of several key resources from North Korea, bowing to U.N. sanctions that were pushed for by the Trump administration and the United States.

According to The Washington Post, the Chinese Commerce Ministry announced a ban on iron, coal and lead from North Korea on Monday, in accordance with the latest round of sanctions against Pyongyang. The announcement came a day before North Korea announced that it had put off a plan to launch missiles at the U.S. Pacific possession of Guam, an attack that would virtually guarantee a U.S. military response.

While the North Korean announcement was full of the usual bombast and threats against the “Yankees,” as the Wall Street Journal reported, it was also a significant stepback for the Pyongyang regime, and it’s entirely possible China’s move had something to do with it.

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  • A strong President is better for America rather then a weak democrat President.

    • The Redman

      trump-ah-humPride ruins it all like a snake playing as a worm 4 a stupid “robin”. hahahahhahahahahahahah

  • walter white

    It is about time someone bowed to the United States. Obama bowed to everyone for 8 years, and we now have the mess we have to try, and clean up, without starting a really ugly war.

  • metheoldsarge

    I don’t think China would be very eager to jump in with both feet like they did in 1950. I think China has been distancing themselves from North Korea for a long time. I served two tours in Korea. One was in 1967 to 1968 and the other was 1985 to 1986. In each of those times, the Chinese representative rarely showed up at any of the Panmunjom meetings. Those times he did show up, it was because a new representative was appointed and was just there to introduce himself. It wouldn’t surprise me if the Chinese send a team in to take out the chubby little child dictator.