They sound kind of similar, especially to a President who gets confused between Iraq and Syria when ordering a strike. North Korea’s Nuchon Ni is the closest airbase to South Korea. Nagasaki is the Japanese city that was nuked by the Americans in WW2. There is also the possibility of Hiroshima being mistaken for Hwangsuwon airbase.
None of this seems to bother the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe. Shinzo, who always looks like he just got off the Train to Busan, seems happy with US nuclear fallout. The Japanese have got used to it after two nuclear bombs and an exploding General Electric nuclear power plant at Fukushima. Genetic birth defects are something you learn to live with and, as Shinzo says, “two heads are better than one”.
South Korea has, of course, not reacted to Trump’s move into the East China Sea because its President and most of the Government are in jail on corruption charges. In Thailand everybody will spend the next three days throwing water over each other. This is a decontamination drill in case a cloud of fallout drifts south from the nuclear exchange around Korea.
The full chocolate cake Iraq/Syria story from RT (13 April):
Iraq or Syria? Trump recalls dessert perfectly, forgets who he bombed & internet erupts
US President Donald Trump revealed he informed Chinese Premier Xi Jinping about the US air strike on a Syrian military base as the pair ate "the most beautiful" chocolate cake. He then mixed up Syria and Iraq – and the internet had a meltdown.
Trump was speaking with Fox Business about the bizarre exchange with Chinese leader during a summit at his Mar-a-Lago estate.
“We had finished dinner, we’re now having dessert,” Trump began. “And we had the most beautiful piece of chocolate cake that you’ve ever seen and President Xi was enjoying it.”
“We’ve just fired 59 missiles, all of which hit by the way, unbelievable, from hundreds of miles away, it’s brilliant, it’s genius, what we have in terms of technology no-one can come close to competing,” he continued.
“So I said, we’ve just launched 59 missiles, heading to Iraq,” said the President, seemingly oblivious to his mistake.
“Heading to Syria,” host Maria Bartiromo interjected. “Yes,” Trump replied, “heading toward Syria.”