Kim Jong Un’s Sister Publicly Humiliates Biden Administration

( Kim Yo Jong, the sister of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, publicly mocked the Biden administration this week.

Kim Yo Jong’s proximity to her brother and the fact that she often takes part in meetings with foreign governments – when they rarely happen – makes her one of the most powerful people in the isolationist and secretive country.

Kim responded to comments made by United States National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan recently when he said that a command made by the North Korean dictator was an “interesting signal.” Kim Jong Un told his government to prepare for “dialogue and confrontation,” which prompted Sullivan to say that the United States would wait to see if North Korea follows up with more “direct communication” about a path forward.

Do they really think that President Biden will do a better job of negotiating with Kim Jong Un than President Trump did?

Kim Yo Hong, who is the vice department director for the Central Committee of the Worker’s Party of Korea, said that she had heard the news about Sullivan’s comments.

She added that an old Korean proverb says that in a dream, what counts most is to “read it, not to have it.”

She added that the United States may “interpret” the current situation in a way that may seem comforting. It appeared to be a threat, with North Korea suggesting that the recent order from Kim Jong Un should be more threatening than anything.

Kim Yo Jong said that the expectation from the United States, which “they chose to harbor the wrong way,” is likely to cause “greater disappointment.”

It looks as though the Biden administration doesn’t really understand what Kim Jong Un means when he tells his government to prepare for “dialogue and confrontation.”

We’ll have to wait and see how this one pans out, but given that former President Donald Trump made historic progress with Kim Jong Un and still failed to come to an agreement, it’s hard to envisage President Biden doing much better.