‘Enough is enough!’ UN ambassador Nikki Haley warns Security Council that Kim Jong-Un is ‘begging for war’ with ‘abusive use of missiles’

Monday, September 4, 2017
By Paul Martin

Security Council meeting was demanded by the U.S., UK, Japan, France and South Korea
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un’s regime carried out its sixth test of a nuclear device over the weekend
‘We have kicked the can down the road long enough,’ Haley said of the North Korea nuclear threat; ‘There is no more road left’
Defense Secretary James Mattis said Sunday that the US is ‘not looking to the total annihilation’ of North Korea but there are ‘many options to do so’

By David Martosko, US Political Editor
DailyMail.com
4 September 2017

Ambassador Nikki Haley warned North Korea’s dictator Kim Jong-Un on Monday that he is ‘begging for war’ with ‘abusive use of missiles.’

‘Enough is enough!’ America’s representative at the UN said during an emergency Security Council meeting.

‘We have kicked the can down the road long enough,’ she said of the North Korea nuclear threat. ‘There is no more road left.’

‘The time for half measures in the security council is over. The time has come to exhaust all of our diplomatic means before it is too late. We must now adopt the strongest possible measures. Kim Jong-Un’s action cannot be seen as defensive.’

‘War is never something the United States wants. We don’t want it now,’ Haley said.

‘But our country’s patience is not unlimited,’ she warned Kim’s regime. ‘We will defend our allies and our territory.’

Haley asked the United Nations to adopt the strongest possible sanctions against the rogue communist nation.

The hastily assembled panel was called in response to North Korea’s most powerful nuclear test – as the Trump administration warned any threat to the US or its allies would trigger a ‘massive military response.’

The meeting on Monday, at the request of the UK, U.S., Japan, France and South Korea, came after Kim Jong-Un’s totalitarian regime carried out its sixth test of a nuclear device.

Defense Secretary James Mattis briefed President Donald Trump about the military options available if the crisis escalated, adding that Washington was capable of launching an ‘effective and overwhelming’ response.

While the US was ‘not looking to the total annihilation’ of North Korea there were ‘many options to do so’, he said Sunday.

But in the UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson cautioned against a military strike, because North Korea already had the ability to ‘vaporize’ large parts of the population of South Korea even without nuclear weapons.

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