Nikki Haley is Such An Asshole

Nikki Haley is such an asshole, I do not see how any diplomats can take her seriously, much less the North Koreans. She’s mean. She’s demanding. She’s irritating. She has a one track mind. She wants her way and only her way. She doesn’t coordinate with the State Department. On North Korea, she says one thing, Tillerson says another. Trump says all sorts of things. This so-called “team” is a joke. No one would pay any attention to these American buffoons if they did not possess arsenals of terror.

South Korea wants to talk with North Korea because the latter made an overture yesterday. That’s not good enough for Haley, who said “We won’t take any of the talks seriously if they don’t do something to ban all nuclear weapons in North Korea.” How insulting this must be to the South Koreans AND the North Koreans! But what do you expect from assholes like her?

Haley said “We think that we need to have them stop nuclear weapons, and they need to stop it now. So North Korea can talk with anyone they want but the US is not going to recognise it or acknowledge it until they agree to ban the nuclear weapons that they have.”

The U.S. needs this? Why? Why is it essential and necessary to the U.S. that North Korea stop its nuclear weapons program and ban the weapons? Isn’t it just a tad late in the day to make such a demand? What is the U.S. offering in return? How can North Korea be assured that the U.S. won’t then attack it as it did Gaddafi and Saddam Hussein?

Why is it the U.S. is supposed to retain weapons that can hit North Korea but North Korea is not supposed to retain weapons that can hit the U.S.?

Haley ruled out diplomatic overtures: “We won’t take any of the talks seriously if they don’t do something to ban all nuclear weapons in North Korea.”

How does North Korea talk to an asshole that just keeps making one-sided demands that it makes no sense for them to fulfill? It doesn’t. It bypasses her.

Haley is the bad-tempered American shrew-in-chief. She represents this country officially at the U.N.

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8:04 pm on January 2, 2018