2017-08-11 19:22:05 UTC
'It has been painful to read and watch the asinine Canadian media reaction to the North
Korean crisis. The focus has not been on the lunacy of the North Korean regime but on
"If China and U.S.' sabre-rattling do not arrest the North Korean nuclear program, the
United States is going to have to destroy every military target in North Korea
simultaneously and without warning, which will at least have the additional benefit of
causing the hot air balloon of most Canadian commentary on world affairs to shrink and be
less incontinent, as well as delivering East Asia and the world from a threat that
everybody except the CBC and a few quavering Canadian print journalists takes seriously.
Many must wonder when the Canadian international reporting and comment brigade is going
to attain at least the airs of professionalism, and not just the collective silliness of
giggly schoolyard gossips."