This brewing North Korean conflict should be on the forefront of everyone’s minds. But, in fairness, the media has had much more important matters to focus on — like statues and “offensive” names.
Nikki Haley, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations (UN), gave a stern warning to the UN Security Council (a.k.a., those globalists that occupy UN's headquarters in New York City).
“To the members of the Security Council, I must say, enough is enough," Haley said Monday. “We have taken an incremental approach, and despite the best of intentions, it has not worked.”
Haley’s words come after North Korea reportedly tested a hydrogen bomb, or something akin to it, at a mountain that is now believed to be “at risk of collapsing and leaking radiation into the region.”
“The time has come to exhaust all diplomatic means to end this crisis," Haley said. "Only the strongest sanctions will enable us to solve this problem through diplomacy.”
One of the sanctions Haley is referring to is a warning from the Trump administration that urges “China and other members of the UN Security Council” to stop the exporting of oil and fuel to North Korea.
According to ABC News:
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is "begging for war," she said. "The stakes could not be higher. The urgency is now."
Haley appeared to back up statements by Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and President Donald Trump calling for sanctions against any countries that do business with North Korea.
"The United States will look at every country that does business with North Korea as a country that is giving aid to their reckless and dangerous nuclear intentions," she said.
The Security Council emergency meeting was called at the request of the U.S., Japan, France, the U.K. and South Korea after North Korea's test of what it claimed was a hydrogen bomb that could be loaded on an intercontinental ballistic missile.
This is a serious issue, folks — one that can’t be avoided any longer.
For video of Haley's comments to the UN Security Council, watch below:
H/T: Chicago Tribune