Kamala Harris – North Korea’s supplying ammunition to Russia would be a huge mistake

| September 12, 2023

Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong Un are scheduled to meet each other in Moscow to engage in talks. The Russians are looking to receive certain types of ammunition from North Korea. North Korea is hoping that Russia could provide some help regarding food supplies and military equipment shortages. These are just examples of what could be worked out during the meeting.

From Reuters:

Harris, who was in Indonesia for an ASEAN summit, told CBS News in an interview broadcast on Thursday that it would be a sign of desperation for Russia to seek aid from reclusive North Korea and it would further isolate both countries.

“I think it would be a huge mistake. The idea that they would be supplying ammunition to that end, is — would be a huge mistake. I also believe very strongly that for both Russia and North Korea, this will further isolate them,” Harris said.

White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan said on Tuesday that arms negotiations between Russia and North Korea were actively advancing and warned Kim that his country would pay a price for supplying Russia with weapons to use in Ukraine.

Last month Washington imposed sanctions on entities it accused of being tied to arms deals between North Korea and Russia.

Sydney Seiler, who retired this summer as National Intelligence Officer for North Korea at the U.S. National Intelligence Council, told a Washington think tank that for Kim, a potential meeting with Putin “seems to be the result of a calculation that there’s something to be had from this in the near-term.” “The worst-case scenario is that this … relationship between Russia and North Korea goes to the next level, where Russia actively seeks to improve the military capabilities,” of North Korea, he said.

Against that, however, were traditional limitations on the support Russia has provided to North Korea – which has developed a sophisticated ballistic missile and nuclear-arms program despite international sanctions – and Moscow’s adherence to the goal of a denuclearized Korean peninsula.

“The good news is, my thoughts are, (that) a lot of those traditional limitations or parameters … will serve as a limiting factor,” Seiler said.

Reuters provides additional information here.

Category: International Affairs, North Korea, Russia

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Yeah I dont think Putin or Kim Jong are listening to anything we have to say anymore

RGR 4-78

Foreign Governments started that as soon as they found out that “weak minded in Chief” had been elected POTUS.

USMC Steve

If indeed they ever were.


So. . . . does that mean it’s a good idea? “If Kamala thinks some thing is bad, it’s clearly a good thing” is a rule that hasn’t failed me yet.


I’ve never been able to decipher anything she’s said, I don’t know if its good or bad. It’s just word salad gobbeldygook.


Fair, but she is mostly understandable when she talks to people like a two year old (down to her level, that is). For example, that’s the reason I can’t use Venn Diagrams anymore.


That’s why Willie Brown always kept her mouth otherwise “occupied”.


She is easier to understand when she makes mmmm uhmmm ummm mmm sounds. Easier on the ears too.

Forest Bondurant

“I think it would be a huge mistake. The idea that they would be supplying ammunition to that end would be a huge mistake. I also believe very strongly that it would be a huge mistake, and it would be a mistake for both Russia and North Korea because this will further isolate them, and that would be a mistake.” – Kamala Harris


“A mistake is something you do that isn’t right right or the correct way to do something. Sometimes these happen by accident and sometimes mistakes cause themselves to be made. But when people make mistakes sometimes they regret knowing the mistakes after they made it. You shouldn’t ever do that because it would be a mistake.”

– Deep Thoughts with Kamala Harris

Green Thumb

I wold posit the curret administration is trying to make her look tough and project her as being capable of being in charge.

President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH Neande

Nailed it, word for word.
Bravo! Well done!


It’s a huge mistake…

Because 10% ain’t going to the big guy.


Well, according to international trade logs (however accurate/inaccurate they may be,) NK traded for 813k$ in total military weapons between 2015 and 2021. I think we can safely say their production is negligible. Here’s the link.
https://www.38north.org/2022/09/north-koreas-trading-of-small-arms-and-light-weapons-open-source-information-analysis-of-sanctions-implementation/ took almost a minute to look it up.


But billions of surplus rounds. Putin buys those and the Norks make new ones.


Shoot all ya want, the Norks will happily make more for $$$.

President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH Neande

Kamala Harris – North Korea’s supplying ammunition to Russia would be a huge mistake
Ohhh……just like the US supplying ammunition to Ukraine would be a huge mistake?
The irony and lack of introspection with the denizens of Mordor-On-The-Potomac is huge in itself.

Nailed it, Tox! We ship weapon systems, ammunition, logistics support, troops, and, yes, MONEY all over the world. Many times placing those items in direct conflict with “an enemy of my enemy”. Why shouldn’t they? Oh…I got it…She would rather WE ship the munitions, letting the American Taxpayer fund BOTH sides (as if we aren’t already doing/have done that) that way, The Big Guy (Mike Oblowme), will get his 10%.

I look at it this way…The more munitions Kim Cheese ships out, the less munitions the Norks have to throw at OUR troops in SK, or our true ally, The RoKs.

Personally I think that Heels Up Kumhither would prefer that Kim Cheese and Putin would expend some munitions from their “guns” on her during a DP Scene…while Xi watches. Hanoi Jane just orgasmed and don’t know why.

Modern politicians are the poster children for “do as I say, not as I do”. We’re America, we can damn well send whatever we want to whomever we want. North Korea, a sovereign state, is not allowed to conduct business with another sovereign state, though. The Norks are our adversaries. Russia is a lesser adversary–for now. Meaning that North Korea is still technically at war with South Korea. As allies, and with troops in the South, we will be actively involved if the conflict heats up again. Russia hasn’t been an active adversary since the end of the Cold War, but if we continue involving ourselves in Eastern Europe we may get actively involved in force-on-force battles against them.

This is like the US sending massive amounts of war aide to Britain before 1917, then telling Austro-Hungary it would be a “mistake” to send ammunition to Germany.


I wonder what vintage the NorK supplied ordinance is?
Wouldn’t it be ironic if it was Soviet production?


Ironic? It’s likely!


What is the quality level? Shit’s been sitting for years and not used. At least the US rotates ammo stocks (We did in Minot & Texas) to ensure fresh ammo is always in the WRM/Deployment stocks.


I sincerely doubt the NorK Cold War era ammo has been stored properly.
I wonder what the dud rate will be?

jeff LPH 3 63-66

The new 1000 year 4th Reich talks a lot of shit but when thet are supposed to take action, they Punk out

jeff LPH 3 63-66

Forgot to add that if any of those guys with all the medals in the above fall into the drink, they are goners

A Proud Infidel®™

Just think of what will happen to them around static electricity, let alone lightning!


Hell, if they walked past a small magnet, they’ll end up airborne and flying toward the magnet.


This asshat administration giving $6 Billion to the terrorist mullahs in Iran is a huge mistake.


I’m tired of her kind of stuff.

I put Sands of Iwo Jima in the DVD player and watching when America was still America.




North Korea has been making big mistakes for over 50 years now. Terrorist attacks—big mistake. Pueblo—big mistake. Sink a S. Korean ship—big mistake. Develop nuclear weapons—big mistake. Build delivery system for said nukes—big mistake.

Teddy Roosevelt famously said “Speak softly but carry a big stick”. The US for the last few decades has loudly declared N. Korea’s actions to be “unacceptable” and carried a nerf bat. Guess what, folks—N. Korea noticed. They may be evil but they ain’t stupid.


Medals have been discussed here before, and the amazing amounts some people display, but the lead photo gives a whole new outlook to it.
I assume they are medals, and if so, do they Jing a Ling a Ling? Are suspenders required in addition to a belt? The 3rd guy from the right, I wonder what he got his lone pant Medal for.


It is with such baubles that men are led. Do you think that you would make men would fight for reasoning? Never.