On your morning walk to work each morning you pass a house that has a vicious dog tied in the yard by a rope. As you pass it races towards you, snapping and biting but the rope holds it but as it is only a puppy , you ignore it.
As months pass the puppy grows larger and larger into a full adult dog but never ceases to race at you, teeth bared and snarling loudly, hitting the end of its rope, but the rope holds it in place. However, as time goes on you not only note the dog continues to grow and gain in strength, rope is beginning to look frayed with broken strands showing. Still, it prevents the dog from reaching you and since you must pass this way, you pray it continues to hold.
But, at some point you realize the size and strength of the dog and the weakening of the rope will eventually result in the dog breaking free and attacking you. What is the solution? You can sneak in while the dog is asleep and replace the rope with a chain but it is likely you will wake it. You can remove the dog’s food dish in hopes its owners won’t notice so it will starve and grow weaker. You can shoot the dog before it attacks but you may only wound it and stimulate it to break free and attack. What is a logical solution? I can’t think of one, can you?
BTW, the dog’s name is Kim Jong Un.