North Korea Threatens the U.S. of ‘Unexpected Gift Packages’

People watching a TV broadcast of a news report on North Korea’s ballistic missile test. (Photo/Reuters)

August 3, 2017

OAN Newsroom

North Korea threatens the United States yet again.

On Thursday, North Korean media warned the communist country would soon send quote — “unexpected gift packages” — to the United States.

They claim America is on the knife’s edge of life and death.

This comes after North Korea’s latest successful ICBM test, which experts believe could reach the U.S. mainland.

In response the U.S. military conducted a successful ICBM test on Wednesday.

General Terrence O’Shaughnessy of the U.S. Pacific Air Forces assured that the United States and its allies are fully prepared to use deadly force against the communist regime if necessary.

105 Comments on "North Korea Threatens the U.S. of ‘Unexpected Gift Packages’"

  1. I guess young dumb suns buddy dennis rodman hasn’t told him that the u s can and will shoot down any rocket he shoots our way before it gets have way here

  2. What is China doing?

    They had better reign in lil kimmie before he starts WWIII.

  3. Correct, and that’s exactly what we must do. Should have already happened the minute they detonated their first one. Thanks Bill Clinton.

  4. "I'm a Rooster!" | August 4, 2017 at 10:41 am |

    Clearly exciting times in our generation, isn’t it?

  5. Renee McCallister | August 4, 2017 at 6:37 am |

    N Korea will be ashes before long. Sooner the better.

  6. Wasn’t this the same county that a month ago couldn’t get a missile off the launch pad without it blowing up? Now all of the sudden were suppose to believe they can send a icbm express delivery overseas? We know how his father use to run his mouth, I think the Apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. With our defensive capibilites we could actually let him fire 1st shot (if it actually exist) shoot it down then when the world knows that this nut job fired one off give China 2 options. They can move in and do a regime change or we nuke. 2hrs desicion window. There’s your diplomacy.

  7. Diplomacy is the answer! As long as Dennis L. Rodman is retained here in the USA, this creepy gook won;t shoot.

  8. “Gift packages”.
    To Congress.
    That’s Entertainment.

  9. But what are they sending!? I hate surprises 🙁

  10. Silver Eagle | August 3, 2017 at 9:24 pm |

    John L.—- Let them NOT fire first! We’ve lost enough lives and treasure in the World Trade Center and our troops in the MIddle East. We need to go from a re-active country to a pro-active country. As soon as we found out they have the capabilities of bombing the USA, we should have blown them back into the stone age. It seems that the stupid pills manufactured in China work very well in the USA…….

  11. Send it to Congress.
    Pronto.

  12. I fully believe that one day soon, we will siimply have to itake out North Korea. I believe at this point, it is simply something we have to do. A festering wound only gets worse with time.

  13. North Korea, please rid us of California (San Francisco and Los Angeles in particular) and then we’ll roast your Dear Leader’s tiny little empty sack over a nuclear campfire…

  14. Open Letter to Kim Jung Un

    Kim Jung Un,
    Consider rockets. Yours go from land to water. Ours go from water to land. We’ve been able to hit North Korea with 100 megaton thermo-nuclear armed ICBMs since before you were born, even in your grandfather’s time.

    We’re equally vigilant and have had a global early warning system in place continually just as long and it’s only gotten better since then. We know when you’ve launched a rocket before China does.

    We’ve stood up to and faced down a more heavily armed U.S.S.R., a much more powerful adversary than Russia and China together are now, as we’re we. We called it MAD for Mutually Assured Destruction, and it truly was madness. One misstep by either side could have ended mankind.

    What then are we to make of your reckless attempts to intimidate us with such crude weapons. You look at your standing army and see a powerful fighting force. To us they look like hostages held by madman. We’re tempted to liberate them. Were that our intent, we already would have.

    You can talk to us and you should. The People’s Republic of Korea might be allowed to remain a sovereign nation and you might even be allowed to remain as leader. But that won’t be the case if you’re unfortunate enough to detonate a warhead in another nation than your own. Should that happen, it will not happen twice.

    It is a wise saying: “The only winning move in the game of Global Thermo-nuclear War is; not to play”. Come, let us reason together, while it still matters. Use all your well learned politess.

  15. TAPIT DRIvER | August 3, 2017 at 4:43 pm |

    Lil Kim may be batsht crazy, but he aint stupid. He’s all about self preservation(have you seen his gut)? All this posturing is not to look weak in front of his country,lest a coup occur. He knows good and well, that should he decide to pop off a missile, N. Korea effectively becomes a skid mark on the earth.

  16. FromThe70s | August 3, 2017 at 4:17 pm |

    Stay away from the Asian masaage palors, people!

  17. He’d like us to think of this in a “Sum of All Fears” sort of way so we terrify ourselves. The fact is NK hasn’t demonstrated their ICBMs can carry a load, much less this far.
    We should be watching our ports instead, especially cargo container ships.

  18. Michaela Galka | August 3, 2017 at 3:14 pm |

    I don’t want another war but I definitely believe that North Korea is messing with the bull. The US needs to do this with force. (I do not believe violence is the answer but in this case yes I believe so.) MSM is not covering this as this could be an out right call to war as the Korean War was a stalemate that ended with a failed treaty agreement. N. Korea will be wiped off the face of the earth.

  19. Go time, fat boy. Calling the bluff. Let’s do this.

  20. I wouldn’t be donning the tin foil just yet! IMO the little man is just posturing like his father.

  21. Maybe the unexpected gift is Korean Fried Chicken and other food products. I love Korean food and their fried chicken is the best I’ve ever had. Maybe Kim wants to break bread with POTUS?

  22. Lenny Woodson | August 3, 2017 at 2:17 pm |

    Time to pancake the little fat kid.

  23. Stephen Allen Clegg | August 3, 2017 at 2:10 pm |

    Not going worry till Trump starts playing “We’re not going take it” by Twisted Sister at his rallies. 🙂 until then just allot of empty talk by North Korea.

  24. Shane Norkus | August 3, 2017 at 2:03 pm |

    As long as the San Francisco/Oakland down through the coastal communities of Malibu/Los Angeles/San Diego are targeted by the NoKo’s, I don’t care. Good riddance to the Left Coast. Living in Nevada, I’ll have beach front property pretty soon.

  25. William Glass | August 3, 2017 at 1:55 pm |

    North Korea has been playing us like a fiddle for 67yrs. Now they are confronted with a President who is NOT a politician, but IS a PATRIOT. NK has nuclear weapons capability ( deliverable nukes ?), rapidly developing IRBM and ICBM capability. NK is currently led by (what we perceive is a delusional megalomaniac, openly hostile to the U.S.). Probable result: Nuclear and or multiple Thermonuclear Detonations in the near future. Maybe you,d better stop laughing at the “preppers”.

  26. we know where the pudgy little inbred leader lives. Why don’t we send him an unexpected gift package instead?

    • or just continue with the same lame-ass, do nothing policies as we have in the past, until the runt actually has a nuclear warhead and delivery system…and delivers it to us….because that is a really wonderful idea, right?

  27. Don’t Know About What Briefings The President Gets, or What Security Agreements Between China, Russian And North Korea Exits Publicly and Privately. But If There’s A ‘We’ll Come a Running if You Get Attacked’ One I’d Be Leary As President. Fighting Both Russia And China At The Same Time Would Not Be an “Ex-Lax Smooth Move” Moment. China’s and Russia’s Allies Around The World Seeing Them Back Out Wouldn’t Be In China’s and Russia’s Best Interests At All. They Pretty Much Have To Commit Even If They Don’t Want To. I Just Hope There Are Those ‘Nobody Is Listening or Watching Ultra Secure Conversations On This Topic Between The Big Boys. Before The Little Fat Boy Does Something Really Rash.’

    • Russia and China will not start WWlll and end us all over the loss of that basket case of a country. As long as only NK gets hit, they’ll do nothing to escalate it any further.

  28. andrew moore | August 3, 2017 at 1:14 pm |

    Well shiot…lets not wait to welcome the smelly little phat phuckers gifts…lets deliver our own house warming gift to them right now……

  29. Why do you think China is massing on its border? As soon as the U
    S. NAILS the little fat bastard, the Chinese are going to move in.

  30. Bob Ritthsler | August 3, 2017 at 1:04 pm |

    Terrorist attack=Nuke response.

  31. Even if they got one nuke that worked on top of a missile and fired it at us, they would be a crater 10 minutes later. One missile doesn’t end a war. He must have an EMP device in orbit, or he wouldn’t be pushing like he does.
    Kim Sum Ting Wong is a megalomaniac lunatic.

  32. Two or three MOABs, strategically placed should solve the problem.

  33. They have just threatened us directly…sounds like a declaration of war. Time to wipe them out.

  34. Blow them off the face of this earth.

  35. What exactly does the nut job want? Does anyone know?

  36. All American | August 3, 2017 at 12:05 pm |

    KJU presents as a “lunatic” with nuclear warheads and threatens the “free world!”
    How does he get away with this?
    Is no one in NK or China fearful of what WWIII would mean to all of humanity? Do they not fear or realize what military retaliation against their countries would mean?
    And is the US Congress taking a 2 week break for real?

  37. Can’t speak for anyone else, but me, I’m sick and tired of seeing pictures of this “Mr. Happy Chipmunk” on steroids bouncing around; — just drop a nuke on his no doubt enormous fat behind and get it over with already.

  38. come and take it | August 3, 2017 at 11:45 am |

    it’s okay, i’m sure trump will respond with posts on his twitpage and follow obama’s lead with more warnings.

    • Trump may indeed tweet, but he he’ll do a lot more than talk. He’ll kick a$$ and kick it good.

    • inherent CHAOS | August 3, 2017 at 1:13 pm |

      Dude one thing this Scotsman isn’t is afraid of red lines. I think he showed that by crushing 15 republicans and 3 Democrats. So no, our President wont be following that wimpy mulatto’s lead on anything. Its why we voted for balls the size of watermelons not raisins.

      • mulatto haven’t heard that term in quite a while!
        aka wheatie

        • CASSY IS SASSY | August 3, 2017 at 1:28 pm |

          Me either…It was kinda refreshing hearing it used, instead of all the SLANG names.

      • CASSY IS SASSY | August 3, 2017 at 1:26 pm |

        That’s right….President Donald Trump is doing EXACTLY what I hired him to do!!!

        • come and take it | August 3, 2017 at 9:51 pm |

          blow hot air and fail to lead? that’s what you elected him to do?

          mmmkay.

          • It’s people who think like you who are trying to jam him up. This too will be dealt with. You will keep losing seats until your all gone.

          • come and take it | August 4, 2017 at 10:52 pm |

            i will do anything and everything i can to jam up a liberal, big-gov’t populist like trump who does not respect the constituion and use to constrain the constitution.

            and i will resist any one who wants single-payer healthcare like big-gov’t trump does.

            hear it straight from his mouth:

            https://youtube.com/watch?v=TPJfKdp3bDs

      • TAPIT DRIvER | August 3, 2017 at 4:47 pm |

        On a positive note,just heard on the radio, the W.VA governor is switching to Republican effective tomorrow,

      • come and take it | August 3, 2017 at 9:50 pm |

        perhaps, but he’s currently following obammy’s lead, and the situation is much worse than when that mulatto was calling the shots.

        just like during the campaign, it’s nothing but empty platitudes rolling out of that big mouth of his.

        • Inherent chaos | August 3, 2017 at 10:50 pm |

          It’s really all you have to hold on to. There is no way you’ll see the wrong in the evil or the shame in the hatred. Your silence gives concent to destroy our Country by propaganda and controlled by the few we can’t see who own the world. Hitler use the same tactics and he almost distroyed the world. It’s about the office, our vote, not who you like. This isn’t student council voting.

          • come and take it | August 4, 2017 at 3:06 am |

            huh?

            i have no idea wtf are you talking about? what “hatred”?

            only thing to hang on to? Silence?

            and then you roll straight to invoke godwin’s law???

          • Inherent chaos | August 5, 2017 at 4:17 pm |

            It’s Cicero idiot.

      • come and take it | August 3, 2017 at 9:54 pm |

        he’s also following the mulatto’s lead in the call for single payer healthcare.

        here, hear it from his own lips:

        https://youtube.com/watch?v=TPJfKdp3bDs

  39. CASSY IS SASSY | August 3, 2017 at 11:41 am |

    Doesn’t Kim Jung Un looks like “RUSSEL” from the movie….”UP”?
    And he wears the SAME types of Pantsuit that “KILL(LIAR)RY wears.
    I guess that most EVIL DICTATORS wear those types of pantsuits.

  40. Patriot Rise | August 3, 2017 at 11:27 am |

    The North Koreans are making this more and more difficult to handle diplomatically. At this point what options does the US even have for de-escalation. Sad.

    • disqus_wXEnzlLfv6 | August 3, 2017 at 11:33 am |

      Agree. We could start by shooting down every NK missile test.

    • Let them fire first then blow them off the face of the earth.

      • Deplorable all day long | August 3, 2017 at 12:16 pm |

        NOKO’s gift package… Forget about payload re-entry problems. I believe that NOKO is planning to explode a Super Nuke EMP in orbit over the US.

        Both Iran and NOKO look forward to the day soon, when
        they can dance in the streets having destroyed the USA. Our job is to stop them from realizing their dreams. Mutual Assured Destruction is not enough. The leaders of these crazy regimes don’t care about their people and will be in their bunkers when our subs return fire.

        Their dream weapon is the Super Nuke EMP which explodes in orbit to deliver a 200KV electromagnetic pulse to every computer, microcircuit, wire, power transformer, and power station in the US. Top scientists and top generals have warned us about this relatively simple nuke weapon and its dire consequences. With the entire power grid, transportation, medical systems, water, and financial systems destroyed for a year or more, 90% of the population would quickly starve, be killed, or die from illness.

        There is no question about the effectiveness of the Super Nuke EMP with all the test data acquired on this type weapon over the past 50 years. The only question is the ability of these crazy regimes to perfect their ICBM’s to place it in orbit over the US.

        • All American | August 3, 2017 at 12:22 pm |

          Very interesting interpretation of the plan in force behind the mad men!
          Praying US Military Intelligence is on it!

          • Deplorable all day long | August 3, 2017 at 1:25 pm |

            They are on it but I still worry about the political end of things. Most people do not understand this weapon or its massive destructive ability.

          • All American | August 3, 2017 at 1:42 pm |

            I recon it is time to prepare our families and homes with a plan should an event occur.
            Additional prep work our bible, lamp oil, fire wood, self lighting charcoal, flashlights, water, canned goods, beans, candles, matches, ammunition, first aid kits and beer or liquor to treat injuries.
            I read that the Pilgrims carried beer on their ships, not water. Beer has natural probiotics. Kept them from coming down with scurvy and other diseases.

          • FromThe70s | August 3, 2017 at 4:16 pm |

            Hear hear, beer beer 🍻 👍

          • Hooraay Beer!

          • Deplorable all day long | August 4, 2017 at 1:37 am |

            I recon you are right. The Pilgrims stopped at Plymouth rock to restock on beer, did you know? True. Beer is a great idea. It is easy to make and a wholesome food. A full propane tank and propane generator will help keep everything together for six months or so. Prescription medicine is a problem…I have six months. Need plenty of bullets too.

          • You folks are missing the point. We have to stop them BEFORE this happens. If someone breaks into your house and starts to pull his gun, and you already have a bead on him, are you going to wait till he shoots you before you shoot back? The answer to NK and Iran is we have to decide to shoot first and then just do it.

          • Only those with their heads in the sand or up the rear end of some Progressive would not understand the massive impact of one of these missiles. That is why I suspect smaller burst devices. All these little children we have been graduating out of our so called universities would simply bleed tears of blood. It is not knowing how powerful one of these things is, it is knowing what to do if you survive one.

          • I’m fine with an airburst nuke over the SanFran Bay area or Hollywood… It’s time to thin the herd.

          • You know, you are absolutely right.

        • inherent CHAOS | August 3, 2017 at 1:02 pm |

          yup. I reamed about it years ago and had no idea what it was.

        • You know, they do not need to go for the big burst. Can you imagine how the American People would react if a small burst were to be set off? My word, there would complete and total meltdowns by the very people who have aided and abetted this little fat man.

          • Deplorable all day long | August 4, 2017 at 1:46 am |

            The super nuke EMP has no bang to it. It would be a tiny flicker of light in the sky. After that, nothing electromechanical that we depend on would work anymore. The snowflakes would stampeed looking for a camera and there would be none.

          • I am not convinced little Fat Boy has the capability to Flicker us. What he does have is the capability, having worked with the Iranians, of smaller “packages” that could be delivered by someone walking to their target. This is what I fear most because they are the most difficult to find. With open borders for the past eight years if anyone believes those packages are not already over here, nuclear and biological, they need to wake up fast. You are correct about the little snowflakes, they would run around like fire ants if they thought their supply of AXE would be in danger.

        • NK’s best efforts so far have not escaped the kiloton level. That isn’t big enough to be a significant threat from orbital distances. The inverse square law is simply not on their side. They might however deprive us of XM radio. Knowing about this potential threat for the last few decades has also paid off. All our critical communications are on fiber optics now with backup and in some cases independent power and anything military has not only all that but considerable redundancy and hardening against this exact thing as well.
          He is still not shown convicing evidence he’s a legitimate threat using the means he’s put on display. The ones he doesn’t should concern us more.
          Cargo containers that come into our ports in numbers too great to fully inspect and are then shipped by rail and truck all over the country. They could be here already. Only a timer or cell phone would be needed to set them off. Think of it as the world’s largest IED.

          • Tango Uniform | August 3, 2017 at 8:43 pm |

            After the EMP, we’ll bring HF radios out of storage and fire them up. Nearly all mil comm is by sat, nor fiber. HF will operate within 24-48 hours once the ionosphere settles down. With the exception of RAD hard electronics in some mil equipment, nearly all logistics and supply (food, fuel, spares, transport) are by civilian companies that are not RAD hard. It’s time to start flying the airborne command post again. We’re getting ready to pay dearly for the peace dividend.

          • Deplorable all day long | August 4, 2017 at 1:57 am |

            The super nuke EMP uses a soft casing to reduce burst pressure for maximum gamma rays. Only a small nuke is necessary for this purpose. It is the gamma rays that do the job and a very small nuke does this well. The NOKO crazies already have this to one degree or another. Last time a nuke emp was air tested (over Kazakistan), there were no computers or transistors in any number… and power stations burned. Modern simulators have determined that transistors are the most vulnerable as might easily be expected. Rad hard electronics are very few in numbers due to cost. Mostly military equipment and not enough to keep a population alive.

          • I’m thinking Kazakistan didn’t appreciate that. No doubt we know how to make them, probably China and Russia too. A successful attack with one of these devices would turn the technology clock of the affected area back to around 1942 or so. Outside that area would be a nation in a similar mindset. A declaration of war and institution of Martial law would surely follow to protect the public.

        • If the young people are cut off from their phones all they could is walk in a circle and keep tapping on it. They would die of thirst in a few days.

      • I dont know if that is such a hot idea. What if they actually hit something? Should we wait for that? What if its us?

    • Novel Concepts | August 3, 2017 at 12:35 pm |

      I bet they’re sending us herpes.

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