Kim Jong-Un is one bad dude. In case you're not up on the Far East geopolitical leader board, he's the totally obnoxious squirt who took over as dictator-in-chief in North Korea when his dad died a year ago last December. In the short time since, he's been trying to be the new blustering bully on the block. Which means he periodically threatens to nuke us. To put this maddening strongman into historical perspective, we fought a war with his country and the war has never ended. It's now been, counting, over six decades of hostilities, mostly the cold kind.
For some crazy reason, Kim Jong-Un thinks we are his enemies. It's laughable. But he does. If he didn't feel this way, would we be keeping 25,000 troops across the border in South Korea? They're only there because he likes to act like a barnstorming bully. So every year, we have to do military drills--- war games--- to show his people--- and now him---that we are a peaceful nation. This year we even included F-22 stealth fighter jets and a nuclear-powered supercarrier to demonstrate even more clearly our desire to live in peace.
If this doesn't convince him to tone down his rhetoric, I don't know what will. Kim Jong-Un, be reasonable. We have drones.