HOLY HELL! After Trump BOMBS Syria- North Korea Just Made TERRIFYING Announcement

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North Korea’s Kim Jong Un sent a message of friendship to Syria’s Bashar al-Assad on Thursday.  Though the message was scheduled to commemorate the 70th anniversary of al-Assad’s political party, following the United States’ decision to bombard the Syrian airstrip with 60 tomahawk missiles, the North Korean dictator struck more of a tone of commiseration that congratulation.

The statement reads:

Kim Jong Un, chairman of the Workers’ Party of Korea, Thursday sent a message of greeting to Bashar Al-Assad, president of the Syrian Arab Republic who doubles as regional secretary of the Baath Arab Socialist Party.

The message extended warm congratulations to Bashar Al-Assad and the leadership of the Baath Arab Socialist Party and all party members on the 70th anniversary of the Party’s founding.

Congratulations for what exactly? They have a country in open rebellion. It’s not something to brag about.  It continues:

The Baath Arab Socialist Party has achieved great successes in their struggle for building an independent and prosperous country and safeguarding the unity and dignity, regional peace and security for the past seven decades since its founding, it said, adding:

Today the Party is resolutely struggling to courageously shatter the vicious challenge and aggressive moves of the hostile forces at home and abroad and defend the country’s sovereignty and territorial integrity under the leadership of Bashar Al-Assad.

Sounds like they’re doing way too much struggling to deserve congratulations.  The statement ended as follows:

Reiterating full support and solidarity of the DPRK to the just struggle of the Party and the Syrian people, the message expressed belief that the friendly and cooperative relations between the two parties and the peoples of the two countries forged through the common struggle for independence against imperialism would steadily grow strong in the future, too.

Besides for sounding like something some feminazi cultural Marxist on a college campus would write to a sister group at another school, the letter is a bit eye opening.  We’ll be looking to see what sort of reply Syria sends back.  Syria and North Korea have had close relations since the late 1960s, due to North Korea providing military assistance to Syria in its wars with Israel. They maintain embassies in each others capitals.

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