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Monday, March 12, 2018

Hillary on North Korea

"You cannot have diplomacy without diplomats," former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told a Dutch newspaper this weekend.

Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens could not be reached for comment.

Getting diplomatic advice from Chardonnay Clinton is like getting fidelity lessons from her husband.

On her watch, North Korea acquired nukes and began developing intercontinental ballistic missiles.

On her watch, terrorism spread.

She bombed Libya and bragged about killing Gadhafi, who posed no threat to anyone outside Libya,

Afterward, Libya had a civil war, refugees flooded Italy, and Italy is plenty mad.

But there she is, banging her gums about something she knows nothing about.

"If you want to talk to Kim Jong-un about his nuclear weapons, you need experienced diplomats," Clinton told the Algemeen Dagblad newspaper, the New York Post reported.

Trump's been building resorts all over the world for 25 years or so. I think he can handle North Korea better than Hillary handled her election loss.

But Trump did use experienced diplomats to arrange the meeting: the South Korean government. Cheaper and more knowledgeable about Korea than our State Department.

13 comments:

  1. The jealous wench. Diplomat Clinton’s experience was shaming down 25 countries for bribe payments. I have a hard time drinking who the biggest phony is - HRC Or Bathhouse Barry.

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    1. Hahaha Schlongy! Yeah, whenever I have to think about either of those assclowns, I must pop a Bud or three also.

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  2. Diplomats have been giving away the US store since WWII. and, they've been worse in their dealings with nk.
    When ambassadors are selected on the basis of their campaign contributions and not what they know about the country they're assigned we know diplomacy is just a way to pay off political debts. When secretary's of state (hrc) are selected to silence the political rival, we know diplomacy is just a way to deal with political issues.

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  3. I think you were right back in Dec with the steel rods to the test site. The generals and Kim realized that they could strike the palace if they could target a mountain. Now they are looking for a way to relocate.

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  4. "You cannot have diplomacy without diplomats".

    Boy, that's deep.

    Bet she never said that to Jessuh Jackson or Sean Penn or Michael Big Fat Pig.

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  5. You mean diplomats like Madeleine Notsobright who facilitated Kim Fat One's father, Kim Yuk Foo in obtaining nukes? I still remember that picture of her with a champagne glass toasting the agreement the Clinton administration made with Kim Yuk Foo. The agreement which did nothing to stop him from obtaining nukes.

    Or diplomats who negotiated the Iran deal which led to us giving billions to Iran to finance Hezbollah while doing virtually nothing to stop Iran's nuclear program?

    Those kind of diplomats?

    It's time for Crooked Cankles to STFU and just go away. Alas, she will prolly try to run again in 2020. - GOC

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    1. Try, yes. Two-time loser, working toward three, unless the Dem financiers tell her NO.

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    2. Like shooting fish in a barrel, Sam. Bring it, Your Thighness.

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    3. The Many-Titted Empress. Google it if you dare. - Elric

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  6. A vapid comment uttered out of jealousy and envy by a woman scorned should be ignored. We need no reminder that Hillary refuses to go away, like a bad cold sore.

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  7. When i want my voice heard as a former SOS, first lady and Presidential candidate , I always head to the Aldemeen Dagblad, I dont know about you commoners.

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  8. What's the difference between AIDS, herpes and Hillary Clinton? Someday we will be able to get rid of AIDS and herpes.

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  9. She said all this to a Dutch newspaper? Why not the AP? Sounds like she’s using Barry’s tactics. Go outside - the filters are better.

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