Former Vice-President of the USA Joe Biden.Illustration: APNorth Korea has named former Vice-President of the USA Joe Biden “mad dog”, which “should be beaten to death with a stick.” In comments to the Central news Agency of DPRK says that the presidential candidate of the United States “breccia nonsense against the dignity” of the Supreme leadership of North Korea, and “this act deserves a merciless punishment,” reports today, November 15, Associated Press (AP).
Earlier, the official Pyongyang has repeatedly spoken in tough terms against certain high-ranking members of the current and former ADMINISTRACII the White house, including Biden. So, in may of this year from the face of the North Korean leadership called him “a fool with a low IQ” after the former Vice-President, in turn, mentioned the leader of the DPRK Kim Jong-UN as a “tyrant” during one of his speeches.
North Korea frequently offends foreign leaders and politicians for what she believes is defamatory remarks against its leaders, or the hostile policy towards the DPRK government. Pyongyang seen in racist or sexist statements against ex-US President Barack Obama and former South Korean President Park Geun-Hye, the first female leader of the country.
The current occupant of the White house Donald Trump got the same in this respect, but in softer terms. However, after entering into talks with the us leader on the issue of denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, Pyongyang has moved away from this practice and became utterly correct to speak about the American leader.
“Anyone who dares slander the dignity of the Supreme leadership of the DPRK will never be able to avoid merciless punishment of the DPRK, no matter where he was — said in a statement, North Korea. — Mad dog, like Biden, can cause pain to many people, if they let (and continue) to run. They should be beaten to death with a stick until it was too late”. As noted by the AP, still not entirely clear what kind of comments Joe Biden, who on 20 November, I’ll be 77 years old, has caused such an angry reaction from the North Koreans. Formerly a leading candidate for the Democratic party of the United States in the upcoming 2020 presidential election has accused trump of “flirting with dictators and tyrants”. It is also known that the second room in the White house under Obama sharply critical about the U.S.-North Korea meetings at the highest level, calling them “summits for television.”
South Korean news Agency Yonhap suggests that North Korea is insulting Biden tries to appeal to Donald Trump, who continues to describe his personal relationship with Kim Jong-UN as “good” despite the impasse in the nuclear negotiations because of disagreements on the issue of lifting us sanctions against the DPRK in exchange for its nuclear disarmament.