The latest, from Kapitalist Kitty
Since Otto Warmbier’s death toward after his release from North Korea last month, I’ve been wondering when the camel’s back is finally going to break on the escalating tensions between the DPRK and the rest of the world. The isolated, dictatorial nation levied another straw, perhaps one made of lead and not of wheat, upon the camel yesterday, when the regime launched what was confirmed by the US to be an ICBM capable of hitting somewhere in Alaska. The North Koreans consider this experiment a great success, according to KCNA, the country’s state run news agency.
Obviously, those at greatest risk if a war does transpire, other than the North Koreans themselves, are those situated in Seoul, which has enjoyed a period of prosperity with a dash of nervous finger crossing since the armistice, which stopped “hot” military action in the area. But make no mistake, the DPRK’s detainment of…
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