Cut it out, Dennis Rodman!
How many times do we have to say this? He has NO BUSINESS in foreign affairs, especially with one of the most volatile nations on the planet!
We already told you guys that Dennis plans on going back to North Korea on August 1 to reopen the political dialogue with Kim Jong-Un. Why? Because he feels like the President of the United States "can't do sh*t" when it comes to finding peace with North Korea.
Among the list of people who actually can't do sh*t in North Korea in terms of diplomatic progress, 'former basketball players' has to be right near the top! The people who can? Probably Presidents. Just a guess!
Anyway, Dennis is about to go back to NK to try and do everything in his power to sway Jong-un into releasing American Kenneth Bae, who was just sentenced to 15 years hard labor in North Korea for allegedly plotting to overthrow the government. We can't help but wonder if Dennis thinks that going to lavish dinners and ignoring the way NK treats its citizens and the rest of the world is what he calls doing 'everything' in his power!
Here's what Dennis said:
"I'm gonna try and get the guy out. It's gonna be difficult."
Because you have no qualifications to even try! LOLz! He continued:
"We got a black president [who] can't even go talk to [Jong-un] … Obama can't do s**t, I don't know why he won't go talk to him. Obama? F**k him!"
First off, what does being black have to do with it? Second off, it's starting to sound like you respect Kim Jong-Un more than you respect your own President!
Rodman then said the truest thing he's ever said:
"I'm not a diplomat."
Then quit acting like you are, and leave important foreign affairs to those who know what they're doing. We know you want attention — potentially ruining a specific guy's life (who deserves a real diplomat to fight for him) AND worsening a nation's standing with the rest of the world — but this isn't the way to get it.
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