Saturday, September 06, 2008

ping pong n sh*t

Point of order: Got an email from GQ. Seems somebody nominated me as a man of the year candidate. I’m flattered, was it one of yawl? Link here

I guess John McCain and his running mate are so busy stealing Barack Obama’s mantra of change; and that Obama is so busy trying to show a segment of white folk he aint no follower of liberation theology, that North Korea done fail off the map. Wish they both could be forward thinking but I guess that is like asking George Bush to like black folk or McCain to mention slave ships in those welcome to the shores of America.

I guess both of them are so caught up in their mirrors looking at themselves that they aint even thought or even remember that country over there yonder, North Korea. I was being the slimy muther fucka I can be when it comes to economics and politics and find out all kind of stuff. For some reason or another, few have made reference to the recent announcement that Pyongyang has started working to restore its nuclear facilities – specifically the Yongbyon nuclear plant. But you know how we do, we look the other way and say some shit like North Korea is only moving equipment out of storage – LMBAO. I Mean, how could this be when THEY said a few weeks ago that Last week that they had stopped dismantling the Yongbyon nuclear reactor?

At least Obama wants to meet with these fools, McCain old azz don’t even want to talk, and he a leader. Shit, crips and bloods can meet, I expect my President or any jones who desires to be my president to have the balls to meet anyone – I would. If my penchant was to put my country and protect my folk first.

I know both of them are in opposition to President’s Bush modified approach – but they aint being asked about it thoroughly on the stump. I just wonder how McCain can say we down with Nuclear power development but yet other countries can’t be. Why we got to be the only ones in the world that want to reduce a dependency on foreign oil? So what they got the North Korea’s declaration of its nuclear program , we need to be consistent in our foreign policy and keepJones on point.

All I’m saying folk, is I may be just a cat from Memphis, but that don’t mean I can’t think. I trhought6 yawl was battling for my vote. But seems to me yawl want jones here to write his own name in, and I aint running for office.


Jay Midnyte said...

damn u just now reminded me North Korea exists. I haven't heard of their name in the news/media for a while now

msladyDeborah said...

First of all, I like the idea of you being up for the man of the year. I'll vote for you. Believe that. I am constantly suggesting that folks tune into your blog. Congratulations! I stopped reading GQ when all my menfolks left the nest. But, I can see why someone thought you would make a good choice.

Now onto the serious stuff.

At this point in the race, I am not sure what in the hell is going on in either camp. But the thought of Nuclear Power really is disturbing to me. Especially if it is in the form of weapons.

I am for conversation first. At this point the U.S. is not in a position to spread any more warfare around the globe.

How in the hell could any international leader have a disucssion with McCain? He is too gung ho fighting as a resolution to problems.

I like intelligent males and females. I would rather see someone try to communicate and work things out face to face than responding with violence first.

This is a subject that I may have to get some real knowledge about. I know some about this issue. But it might be time to get something for the head about it.

Anonymous said...

they better keep their eyes on north korea because they are working with enough nuclear power over there to blow any other country off of the map.

but you know what, i am a man of god and there is no way he would allow anything or anyone to destroy anything that he created. the bible says "god will bring to ruin those ruining the earth....", so kim jong il and his folks better remember that as they are puttin' that final cap on their titanium bombs.

Babz Rawls Ivy said...

This is why American diplomacy has to be restored. The last 8 years of this psuedo-cowboy mentality is ridiculous. We have gone from being leaders and real purveyors of democracy to bullies.

I am not so sure I want to hear this on the campaign stump. Given the political climate it would take way too much time to bring middle America up to speed. And what would happen is that this issue would get reduced to some type of insipid sound bite. Not to mention some racially slanted and racially charged shit from the McCain-Palin ticket. I perfer a behind the scenes
conversations and meetings. I suggest sending an envoy of like minded politicos and intellectuals to deal with this...but that can only happen in a adminnistration open to that. It can't be Condi Rice and her brand of diplomacy.

Most folks don't even know what the difference is between North/South Korea and what China's, Russia's and Japan's influence is in all this has been historically for these two countries.

I do think N.Korea wants to be players on the world stage. They want legitimate acceptance as a force to be reckoned with. Who doesn't? But I think to ignore them is a mistake. I think diplomacy would work here. I think extending the olive branch would go a long way in opening the discussions about nuclear weapons.

I think there are old wounds here from 1945 that need to be atleast acknowledged. Otherwise we are all going to pay a bigger price than we need to.

Where is Madelaine Albright when you need her! (sigh)

Dr. Tracey Salisbury said...

Excellent point, I'm glad somebody is thinking about the rest of the world!

Cassia L Rainne said...

Good points as always...I have to wonder if old head will man up and meet or if he'll make Lil Miss Almost Alaska do it. (I didn't wanna go there or blog about her but she forced my hand.)

I agree with the other comment about reminding me of NK.

Damn the world needs improvement.

Unknown said...

okay Mr.GQ

laughing808 said...

Congrats on the man of the year nomination.

Curious said...

Write in? Run? If you were unlucky enough to win office, would you really want to be there? Now I'm not saying you can't do this, but unless you know how to walk on water or turn it into wine, the office of the President will be the biggest thankless job for the next 4 years that I wouldn't wish on my worst enemy.

As for diplomacy with NK, it didn't really work with Clinton and didn't really exist with Bush. This seems like a wait and see event to me and I know that's the wrong attitude but I'm not sure anything else will be more effective.

Unknown said...

So now everyone is just forgetting themselves? If you ask me, McCain is some cat that is possibly a "psychopath". Anyone who honestly has thoughts that we are all "right" and they are all "wrong", has got to be nuts. We need to pull the hell out of Iraq and lick our wounds.

You can't win a war against terrorism. These fools are grasping at straws.

SjP said...

When the votin start? just let a sista know when the polls open and i'll be there. And seeing as how i got roots transplanted from chi-town, i know how to vote and vote often. congrats!

North Korea. Oh snap! Forgot all about the Elvis wanna be! And I know I know better than that! This is exactly how we get manipulated with diversions. NK has been a real threat since we went looking for WOMDs in Sad-Dam's back yard and all the while Elvis told us he had them and they were pointed at Hollywoodland.

This is really serious. We have no troops. We have no money. And do we have any allies? Especially now since we all up in the Russian-Georgia mix (playing both side against the middle or so Putin say).

All I can say is somebody better recognize and recognize soon!

Kit (Keep It Trill) said...

I wondered back in March 2003 why in hell Bush invaded Iraq instead of North Korea. He had a much better reason to because they were talking some serious shit and made no bones about developing their nuclear program to kick some azz.

This year Bush capitulated to them, removed them from the state terrorist list, and the suck up media dropped the topic after a week.

Anonymous said...

There are so many issues with this country and this world, the presidential candidates haven't even began to scratch the surface of them....North Korea being a big issue.

Face it, we're all f*cked up!

Robyn said...

dag baby, you just layed it out. again.

congrats on the nomination.

All-Mi-T [Thought Crime] Rawdawgbuffalo said...

Jay Midnyte
my fault folk

Thank u but GQ? LOL

im with u at least listen and talk - we dont even know what we trying to verify

so true, and am i the only one who think Kim Jong Il sounds like a rapper

im just gone clap for u babz. you put it down as usual folk

Professor Tracey
but i cant think for us, WE a WE

Miss Soul
dont let her get u off the issues sister and thanks

lore LOL

t6hanks did u nominate me? LOL

I say it in jest. and u right, i feel sorry for the next prez. and i just want them to mention it - like they care

WArd PrEfEct
Thats even scarier, reaching in a bag to decide what to talk about or what is important

thanks folk. his hair is elvis-esque LOL. but how we gone make either of them talk about what matters

Kit (Keep It Trill)
I wondered the same thing - A REAL THREAT

I just wonder why they be so petty all the time

thank u sista

shine said...

congrats on the award. much deserved. i'm thinking about NK but I can't do much about it. This election isn't about the real issues--why would it be?

Undeniably...Deep aka Tina-B said...

I'm in agreement with Shine. Lately, the real issues have taken a backseat to bullshit campaigning antics. I'm starting to rethink who stands where and how that affects me and mine. Someone has to stand up and realize that America may not be the biggest World power & we could be potentially in some real shit if the right person doesnt take office.

PS Congrats on the nomination.


LovexHate said...

Congratz on the nomination.. it was meee lol na not really but well done.

Oh and about the comment on my room.. my bros not having it until i leave for uni, which is the 28th :D

A.u.n.t. Jackie said...

okay now other than for shits and giggles what exactly does writing your own name in do?

when i hear things like that, or people saying that they don't want to vote because they don't trust either party...I get a little confused and angry.

Enlighten me because if you're not a politician what good does your name do on a ballot?

no_slappz said...


North Korea is in the news virtually every day.

What lesson has every president learned about North Korea since North Korea became a recognized political entity?

It is this:

Always count on the leadership of North Korea to lie and act in a belligerent manner.

At the same time, observers should remember that North Korea is a nation of about 22 million people suffering from chronic food shortages.

It is also a nation that uses the threat of nuclear mayhem to extort agricultural products and goods from other nations, including the US.

Meanwhile, when North Korea attempted to show the world that it had a true nuclear weapon, its pathetic bomb was detonated and it went off with all the force of a wet firecracker.

In other words, the North Korean bomb is not much of a threat. North Korea did attempt to intimidate Japan by firing a test missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead. It fired the missile into the sea far beyond Japan proving that North Korea has a missile that could hit Japan.

So what?! The US has a huge military presence in Japan. A pre-emptive strike by North Korea would result in the sudden and complete annihilation of the North Korean government and military.

Thus, it's obvious North Korea won't fire its nuclear duds at anyone.

There are also 30,000 US troops on the border between North and South Korea. They've been there since 1953, when the Korean War ended.

By the way, the US lost 38,000 troops in the Korean War, which started at the end of June, 1950 and ended 3 years later.

Thirty-eight Thousand -- 38,000 -- troops lost in 3 years. Almost 10,000 died in the first six months of the war.

Anyway, South Korea is a prosperous democratic, capitalist country, and North Korea is an impoverished communist country run by a crazy dictator who will die eventually. No one outside Korea knows if he has any children to assume the leadership. North Korea is extremely likely to collapse without any external influence when Kim Jong Il dies.

All that aside, presidential candidates have to speak carefully about international issues.

The US is dealing with North Korea. But the US State Department has no obligation to tell the US population what it's doing.

North Korea's biggest threat lies in its willingness to sell Iran a nuclear weapon. Fortunately muslims are even more incompetent than North Koreans when it comes to building complex systems. The two groups working together add up to a low-level threat in that way. Unfortunately, the threat is elevated by the connection between Dr. Khan of Pakistan and Iran and North Korea.

Dr. Khan was a central figure in the building of the nuclear bombs in Pakistan's possession. Will those bombs work? Hard to say.

Bottom line -- In the eyes of foreign leaders, John McCain looks like a president who will send cruise missiles into hostile nations before sitting down for a chat. That's why the world will enjoy more peace with McCain as president than Obama.

Obama will negotiate. And while he's talking to the negotiators from hostile nations, those nations will pursue whatever goals they have while Obama is jabbering away.

Negotiating works with democracies and with nations that want access to our markets. Negotiating is a waste of time with nations -- muslim nations, nations run by rogue dictators -- that desire our destruction.

Obama, who is sympathetic to muslim nations, does not know this.

Anonymous said...

I don't know if you've read about McCain's latest publicity stunt if not go here..
I know we all have the right of freedom of speech and press but this is just taking it too far. This shows how much he feels Obama is a threat to him getting his seat in the Oval Office.

no_slappz said...

lina m,

Do you realize the article that you referenced in your post was a joke?

Unfortunately, I have the feeling you think the story is true.

Anonymous said...

North korea is the place real intelligence folks will tell us is the one to watch and worry about. What's W done but pop off at the mouth about them. I thought of your mathematical preoccupations today when filling out a checklist in local elections for the media blog that posts my posts on twitter and it's page wants to endorse as its candidates. I based mine on the best hairstyles in honor of the Dumberican electorate who voted for W. twice. I wonder if it will affect the outcome significantly...? Peace.

All-Mi-T [Thought Crime] Rawdawgbuffalo said...

dang u make me feel dumb and thanks

Undeniably...Deep aka Tina-B
Shine is the truth and whrer u been folk

Thanks hon and dont lie folk lol

Aunt Jackie
Giggles in chuckles u silly, u wont be in both with me – so how would u laugh. Represent folk. Its called voting ones consciouis unless u a facist and disagree with that as well as free speech which at times it seems folk. We all cant be a wise as aunt Jackie

So, the question (or point) wasn’t that they are or are not in the news, that beither of the candidates talk or discuss them.

Lina M
Im just disappointed in them both

Some say mccain is a joke whats the difference?

Hair do, so who wins lol

Unknown said...

The current establishment doesn't talk about Korea because they can't stand the fact that Korea might put a whooping on the U.S.A's ass it's never seen the likes of before. I've got to give it to Obama if he's even considering "talking" to these folks. America is becoming more a more like the bully in elementary school we all got acquainted with at some point and time. He whooped everybody's ass until one day...HE got HIS ass whooped. Keep watching. The Korea thing is gonna be interesting!

no_slappz said...


Candidates have an obligation to tread lightly with respect to sensitive international subjects.

Moreover, as I said, North Korea is into talking tough and attempting to act tough, when in fact the country poses a very small threat.

First, North Korea is close to economic collapse.

Second, it is not a muslim country. What does that mean? It means that it won't sacrifice itself for pointlessness. As you can see from North Korean saber rattling, the leader is attempting to shake down other nations for food and fuel.

Iran, on the other hand, will obviously attack neighboring nations and fire a nuclear-tipped missile at Israel as soon as it is able. You should be able to see that muslim nations are into suicide bombing just as individual muslims are into suicide bombing.

Saddam Hussein was blasted out of power and then hung simply because he would not submit to the US. Death before Sanity -- that's the muslim motto.

China is not deeply interested in North Korea. Not interested enough to help North Korea overcome widespread famine. However, China might respond in some way if the US took pre-emptive military action against North Korea.

Hence, issues with North Korea involve other countries more than North Korea itself, and it is the effect on other countries that truly matters. Therefore, comments from the candidates are nothing more than hot air.

A.M. said...

u should run for president..I'd vote for ya. U seem to know more than they do...
BTW...u don't stop by my blog anymore :/

no_slappz said...

blog queen, you wrote:

"The current establishment doesn't talk about Korea because they can't stand the fact that Korea might put a whooping on the U.S.A's ass it's never seen the likes of before."

The US military has a good idea what would happen in a conflict with North Korea. It is likely that a considerable number of South Koreans would die if the North undertook a full-scale invation. But the US counter-attack would destroy the North Korean power structure and its military.

It is simply IMPOSSIBLE for North Korea to threaten the US directly. It is amazing that people believe a country of 22 million starving people and a military equipped with ancient hardware is an international threat.

There is a simple reason North Korea has remained on its side of the border between the North and the South. Its leader knows that he and his military would suffer total defeat against US forces.

If the US military were not guarding the border between the two countries, the North would have invaded decades ago.

Keisha "Kitten" Isaacs said...

Hey Brother! Congratulations on the nomination....Peace & Blessings

David Sullivan said...

Your boy Vince is out and my boy Brady is done for the year...UUUUGGHH!!

JD said...

Thanks for the insight,this race is a great lesson regarding matters of race and color. Nobody wants to fuck with Korea, because old boy is crazy, hey great win by the Bills

Vee said...

hmm i'd forgotten all about N.Korea.

they might just have something up their sleeves and we're missin it!!! sounds like trouble to me

Jackie E. said...

so congrats on the nomination! that's pretty cool and I'm sure well deserved. it's always amazing how around election time, the candidates can lose focus of what really matters, that being the issues at hand...and that it's not about palin's daughter or obama's popularity. people wanna know about the economy, foreign policy, jobs, etc. hopefully sometime soon, they'll get back on track. maybe you should run for president...:)

Anonymous said...

"Shit, crips and bloods can meet..."

LOL! Classic!

Anonymous said...

i was going to leave a cogent comment regarding n. korea, obama, mccain, etc. -- thank you for bringing up the topic, by the way -- until i read this piece of insanity in the comments:

"John McCain looks like a president who will send cruise missiles into hostile nations before sitting down for a chat. That's why the world will enjoy more peace with McCain as president than Obama."

i'd be on the floor laughing if it wasn't such a serious issue.

it's this type of thinking that means mccain-palin will win. insanity rules. the end of the republic is near.

Bananas said...

Two things to rememeber about the North Koreans.

1.) We are still at war with North Korea. It has never been over, we just have a long standing "cease fire."

2.) Their economy is failing.

See where I'm going here don't ya?

Hawa Bond said...

I tried to take a vacation from politics myself... and along came Palin.

So true regarding the bloods and the crips. I admire Obama's willingness to meet with enemies. Writing off entire nations as permanent enemies that we refuse to even have a conversation with is not the kind of foreign policy I can support. Nations evolve. Relationships change. How do you ever check the vital signs without conversation?

Hawa, author of
Fackin Truth Blog (Personal Blog)
Cleanse Master Remix (Health Blog)

no_slappz said...


Have you noticed that wherever you find US military bases in the world, the miscreants in neighboring nations commit very little mischief?

Did you notice that the Soviet Union -- when it existed -- avoided a direct confrontation with the US?

Do you understand that we kept our troop strength in Germany at high levels to let the Soviets know they had better watch their step?

This is called DETERRENCE.

It works. We intimidate the enemy into acceptable behavior -- no shots fired.

That's how it is with John McCain. Leaders of other nations understand that he WILL pull the trigger. Thus, those other nations understand it's smarter and safer to refrain from antagonistic behavior.

Foreign leaders also understand that Obama will chatter endlessly before he issues some impotent threat. In short, he's presented himself as a pussy. World leaders will step all over him, whether you believe it or not.

neferiti said...

Oh so very true! And North Korea has not gone to sleep they are just waiting for a crack in our game!

All this Sarah Palin stuff is just a distraction!

Let's us not forget who we are and where we are because I am sure North Korea has not!

Tera said...

Man of the year huh? Cool...real cool...I can dig it!

We had better not sleep on this N. Korea' sho! Torrance, we might need you to holla at them cats running for office, on the real!

Waiting for Zufan! said...

Isn't that hilarious that McCain now says he is for CHANGE!!! A-HA-HA! Changing what? His running mate? Now that might help him. Anyway... Have a great day, you potential man of the year.

All-Mi-T [Thought Crime] Rawdawgbuffalo said...

Blog Queen
dont know if they can whop us but i know the blog queen rules

i agree, but at least let me know they part of your foreign policy - kit aint just iraq

I do come by, cant be prez without a first lady, them the rules lol. but imm flattered

with ya on that i say impossible also

thanks, i think someone was pulling my leg though

David Sullivan
yea man, how u been and dont remind me, i almost gave my stat classes pop quiz for that lol

anytime - i just want them to talk about a THOROUGH foreigh policy

Veronica Wright
yep, and men with manner do exist

Jackie E.
thank u hon, anymore pics from the olympics?

Anonymous the girl across the way LOL

the sad thing is that it is sickly humerous and u may be right

makes sense to me, but does it to obama or mccain?

Hawa Bond
im sorry babe and i know i read that on your blog. 4 give me i just get mad sometimes

he picked palin to distract and take attention from Obama... but they wont mention she has three houses or that got a budget item passed for a 397K mansion *{ Page 16, line 28 of her Enacted 2008 Budget...." Governor House $397,000 ....more to come}*

LOL u biased sister

Waiting for Zufan!
yep both funny and frightening

no_slappz said...

US officials think Kim Jong Il may be sick

Associated Press
1 hour, 4 minutes ago

WASHINGTON - Western officials are closely watching signs that North Korea's unpredictable dictator Kim Jong Il may be gravely ill.

Incapacity of the man North Koreans call the "Dear Leader" would have serious implications for the international effort to get North Korea to abandon nuclear weapons.

There was no sign of Kim at a closely watched parade Tuesday marking the 60th anniversary of North Korea's founding, and the country's state media was silent about his absence. His last reported public appearance was in mid-August.

"There is reason to believe Kim Jong Il has suffered a serious health set back, possibly a stroke," a Western intelligence official said, speaking on condition of anonymity to describe sensitive intelligence gathering.

Another official said rumors and reports of a possible health setback were based in part on intelligence gathered by other nations.

White House press secretary Dana Perino said Tuesday that the Bush administration was watching the situation, but, "There's nothing I can provide for you now."

She called North Korea an "opaque society" that it is important to gain information about. "This situation is no different," she said.

A senior U.S. official said rumors had been circulating for weeks about the state of Kim's health and his control over North Korea's highly centralized government.

That official said the United States has no independent confirmation that Kim is ill, but that Kim's absence lends credence to reports that he is suffering and may no longer be in a position to command the absolute authority he had wielded.

"What we do know is that he was not at the military parade," the official said, speaking on condition of anonymity about the administration's internal assessment of the situation. "That is quite unusual and reinforces a lot of what we've been hearing."

At the State Department, spokesman Sean McCormack declined to comment on the reports but did say the United States had recently seen a decline in "outputs" from North Korea on the denuclearization process, particularly on establishing a method to verify Pyongyang's actions.

"We don't necessarily have a good picture into the decision-making processes of the North Korean regime, but we can see very clearly outputs or lack of outputs," he told reporters. "Over the past several weeks, we have not seen outputs in terms of their agreement to a verification regime."

"We encourage, continue to encourage the North Korean regime to focus on that output" so the six-party talks on disarmament can move forward, McCormack said.

The health rumors began circulating in mid-August. Shortly thereafter, North Korea announced it was suspending the disablement of its Yongbyon nuclear reactor, a key step in abandoning its atomic weapons program that it agreed to take in negotiations with China, Japan, South Korea, Russia and the United States.

North Korea's powerful military is known to have been opposed to the measure, and many analysts believed it was proceeding mainly due to Kim's support for the process and the backing of moderates in his foreign ministry.

When North Korean diplomats notified their U.S. counterparts of the suspension, they did so in a note that explained the move was being taken "due to pressure from the relevant agencies," according to people familiar with its contents.

Kim has held absolute power in the Stalinist regime, and the wording of the note set off alarms that his control over the disarmament scheme may be in question.

Intelligence officials note that one of several family members or senior military officials might step in if Kim were incapacitated.

Anonymous said...

Man, North Korean is silent but they are deadly, keep on making weapons to take over the world: all the nuclear weapon, competition of who can make the best weapon out there, so crazy!!!!

Tafari said...

GL on the QG piece!!! And Join McCain is a bitch ass nigga.

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