Friday, September 30, 2016

The Presidential candidates on East Korea and more

The Presidential candidates on East Korea and more

This was sparked by a short piece by Andy Borowitz in the New Yorker:

which I shared  on a Facebook post:

prefacing it with the text below:

Trump has been doing business with both East and West Korea but likes the cheaper labor in one and the golf courses in the other. He has the most experience in dealing with foreign countries and he will get us the best deals from both. They respect him a lot. He knows that they have lots of plastic there and he knows how to get it. He's smart.

He doesn't even pay taxes
"That's because I'm smart." he said, during his first debate with Clinton.
Trump is very proud of his German genes, which give him an advantage in dealing with inferior types and third rate countries. These need to be put in their place so he can make America great again. He hires based on looks and race, and this has what has made him tops. He wants to rid this country of all the riff-raff, except for the cheap labor and the good looking women.

"Let them go back to East Korea and other such holes, where they belong."

He prefers not to waste money on foreign wars, but thinks that the best way to win these is by the use of nuclear weapons.

"Why do we spend so much money on those, if we can't use them? Duh!"

Johnson thought that the Koreas were in Africa, but then he realized he had been thinking about Turkey. Despite that Aleppo moment, he wants us to rethink our foreign policy, and suggests that both governments should be dissolved and replaced by private companies.

Clinton supports Obama's policy towards both Koreas, but vows to get tough on both, by any means necessary. She has been giving highly valuable, and hence very lucrative, secret talks in downtown Manhattan. These allegedly included tips on business opportunities opening up in East Korea after she follows through. She will reveal details of those talks only if Trump does the same for his deals.

She is being advised by her good friend, Dr. Henry Kissinger, who is both a Manhattanite and well versed in the Koreas, although not as much as he was in the former Vietnams, in Cambodia, Chile and much else. Her left hand woman, Huma Abedin, also has these countries on her radar. Clinton has by far the most experience, always does her homework and gets expert advice.

Jill Stein wants us out of West Korea and her first priority on being elected will be to fly to East Korea, bearing gifts of frankincense and myrrh, grown organically in community farms in Vermont and Oregon, for the newborn Kim there.

2016 September 30th, Fri.
Brooklyn, New York


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