by Daniel Greenfield
: Now that North Korea continues, very predictably, to escalate its nuclear program (just as Iran will), let's jump into our time machines and remember how Bill Clinton solved the Nork nukes
.Good afternoon. I am pleased that the United States and North Korea yesterday reached agreement on the text of a framework document on North Korea's nuclear program. This agreement will help to achieve a longstanding and vital American objective: an end to the threat of nuclear proliferation on the Korean Peninsula.
This agreement is good for the United States, good for our allies, and good for the safety of the entire world. It reduces the danger of the threat of nuclear spreading in the region. It's a crucial step toward drawing North Korea into the global community.
Pretty much the same speech Obama gave on Iran. So you, and anyone who can count to four, knows how that one is going to end.Today all Americans should know that as a result of this achievement on Korea, our Nation will be safer and the future of our people more secure.
And that's the way it was. North Korea detonated an H-bomb, but Bill Clinton almost got six figures to give a speech in North Korea. So it was all worth it.Bill Clinton was so eager to rake in six-figure speaking fees he asked his wife’s staff at the State Department whether he could accept invitations involving the repressive nations of North Korea and Congo.
But Bill Clinton was still interested in the event linked to the secretive country led by brutal dictator Kim Jong-un, and Desai name-dropped Hillary Clinton’s brother in a follow-up sent three weeks after Mills’ rejection.
“This came via Tony Rodham. So we would be grateful for any specific concerns that we could share, beyond just saying it would be concerning,” Desai wrote.
So close, but no cigar. The official lefty media narrative is that North Korea getting nukes was Bush's fault for being mean to the Norks. Either that or maybe Teddy Roosevelt's fault. Some Republican did it anyway. It can't be a Democrat because they never do anything wrong. Just look at the Carter administration. Or the Obama administration which will no doubt respond to this with the brilliance we have all come to expect from its coterie of foreign policy experts who used to be speechwriters, Communists or terrorists. Mission accomplished.
Daniel Greenfield is Shillman Journalism Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center and a New York writer focusing on radical Islam. David Horowitz is a Contributing Author of the ARRA News Service
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