A great many Americans are ready for President Trump to take the North Korean matter into his own hands this week, after the death of former DPRK prisoner Otto Warmer.
Warmbier, and American citizen who was detained in North Korea for removing a poster from a wall in a hotel, was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor in one of the reclusive nation’s Holocaust-style concentration camps for the infraction. Merely days into his sentence, Warmbier was unresponsive and comatose, eventually being shipped back to the U.S. in a vegetative state – no doubt incurred due to the horrific conditions and torture that he was forced to endure at the hands of North Korean military sadists.
Shortly after Warmbier’s return to the United States, and mere hours after doctors declared that the American prisoner was virtually brain dead, Otto passed away in the hospital.
In the wake of North Korea’s murder of Warmbier, Americans and other human rights activists have clamored for justice, citing decades of horrific abuses being committed by Kim Jong Un and his cronies. Today, Donald Trump sent a loud, fast, and dangerous message to the hermit kingdom’s “supreme” leader.
“President Donald Trump just sent a show of force by way of the U.S. Air Force to North Korean communist dictator Kim Jong Un when two B-1B Lancer supersonic heavy bombers screamed across the skies of the Korean Peninsula, according to The Associated Press.
“According to the Public Affairs office of the Pacific Air Forces Headquarters, the two B-1B Lancers departed from Anderson Air Force Base in Guam — deployed from their home at Dyess Air Force Base in Texas — as part of a training mission for the 9th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron.
“The 10-hour flight for the two supersonic bombers involved separate training missions with F-15 fighter jets from both the Japanese Air Self-Defense Force and the Republic of Korea Air Force.
“Hopefully Kim Jong Un and his commie lackeys received the message delivered by the flyover loud and clear. Otherwise, a future flight of those particular bombers may result in Kim hearing a ‘BOOM’ that has nothing to do with the supersonic jets breaking the sound barrier and everything to do with them breaking his regime.”
The torturous regime of North Korea has been outed several times in the past, as brave defectors from the dictatorship have come forward to tell grisly and gruesome tales from within these forced labor camps.
Warmbier, being an American, was likely subjected to more heinous conditions and treatment than other prisoners, due to his American citizenship. North Korea has long considered the U.S. their arch nemesis, vowing to wipe our country off of the map through the use of their purported nuclear weapons program.