Noticing what’s not there: the quiet

Notice how quiet it has gotten since the North Korean foreign minister came out yesterday, in New York, and stated that, in the eyes of North Korea, Trump’s tweet that Little Rocket Man and his foreign minister won’t be around much longer was a declaration of war?

Suddenly, things have become gravely serious.

Maybe even the Loudmouth in Chief realises what is at stake, and that the North Koreans aren’t kidding.

Even Scott Adams, who is usually quick off the mark with a video discussing such events, hasn’t said anything.

The North Koreans have just drawn a line in the sand, that Loudmouth wasn’t expecting. I’m not expecting the Americans to back down, but I suspect that from now, they will be more sober in their communications.


About Stebbing Heuer

A person interested in exploring human perception, reasoning, judgement and deciding, and in promoting clear, effective thinking and the making of good decisions.
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