Kim Jong Un is "begging for war," said U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley following North Korea's most powerful nuclear test. The rogue nation has refused to halt its nuclear weapons testing program, worrying its Asian neighbors and the international community at large.
"This would mark the beginning of the end for diplomacy," said Glenn Beck on today's "The Glenn Beck Radio Program." "The conflict now with North Korea is reaching an inflection point," asserted Glenn. "But let's say for a minute, the embargo passes. This would mark the beginning of the end for diplomacy."
According to Reuters, "the United States wants the United Nations to impose an oil embargo on North Korea, ban the country's exports of textiles and the hiring of North Korean laborers abroad, and subject leader Kim Jong Un to an asset freeze and travel ban, according to a draft resolution seen by Reuters on Wednesday."
Glenn breaks down exactly what would happen if an embargo goes through.
"Japan saw an oil embargo as an act of war during World War II. It is what led to them launching against Pearl Harbor."
Will Kim Jong Un be forced to the negotiating table, or will he see an embargo as an act of war as Japan did during World War II?