Too early to tell how meaningful it is.
Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un have signed a peace document
Too early to tell how meaningful it is.
Makes Obama's reign look totally pathetic, the guy did fuck all for 8 years.
That's great news. The big risk was one or both of them would throw a fit and storm out. Instead they both got everything they wanted. We've formally ended the Korean War, they're going to denuclearize, we're going to lift sanctions, the two Koreas are going to have rapprochement, McDonalds is coming to Pyongyang, and Kim has an invitation to tour the US as a special honored State guest.
Dennis Rodman is in Singapore today to see his two best friends. Here he is interviewing with CNN.
It would be pretty cool if Rodman got the Nobel split with with Jong-Un and Moon.
Wow, did you guys see the hollywood quality propaganda film, with a custom orchestral score, that we produced for them? They showed it at the beginning of the press conference that marked the end of the talks.
@Alan, I definitely want Rodman to get it. People say Trump shouldn't since this was mostly Moon, but the US President had to be in on it since ending sanctions and ending the war was needed. Rodman pointed out he went to Obama with the proposal from Kim to end it and Obama just blew him off. I guess Obama was thinking no one gets two peace prizes so there's no point. Disadvantage there of preemptive peace prizes, it's actually a dismotivator for pursuing peace.
Here's the film from "DESTINY FILMS" - some sort of secret US State Department production company.
It has Korean first then English. This is just as the English is about to start.
I see the BBC is reporting that Trump fucked up and the conference was a failure because Trump said we'd halt military exercises in Korea.
Haha. They had their twitter moment.
Document is completely empty (of course, because a contract with Trump is not worth the paper it is written on).
But both the supporters of Trump and Kim can enjoy the greatness of their leaders.
Meanwhile, the Chinese have armed up their islands in the South China Sea.
June 12th, 2018 7:26am
What Trump had for lunch today:
- Green mango kerabu with honey lime dressing and fresh octopus
- Oiseon - Korean stuffed cucumber
- Daegu jorim - soy-braised cod fish with radish, Asian vegetables
>BBC is reporting that Trump fucked up
The Marxist BBC are rabidly anti-Trump and anti-Russia.
The British government are up their necks in colluding with the US Deep State, the 'PissGate' dossier was from an 'ex' MI5 guy.
The BBC are obsolete and terrified the government will cut them lose from the tax gravy train of compulsory TV licensing so they do whatever they're told.
Their total news blackout on Tommy Robinson has made a LOT of the general British public realise just what lying cunts they are.
Fuck the BBC
Here's a full transcript of the press conference.
My opinion is:
NK's relationship with the west is a permanent stalemate. The one standing current risk with NK has been war due to their adventurism with nuclear weapons, and shoot-em-up policy along the DMZ.
Probably very little material has been accomplished by this summit for the US.
The main value of the summit is in placating little rocket man and assuring him that during the current POTUS regime that he won't be Muammar Qaddafi'd.
In other words Trump tamped down the risk of war significantly and profoundly by establishing something like a personal connection. And has probably neutralized the missile testing by the norks for the rest of his presidency. That's the two upsides.
Lastly, something bad will go in place of North Korea if they ever did fall. It's the one friendly country on China's border. China would install a puppet if North Korea were taken out. NK is as good as anything conceivable in that spot of the world.
Calls out Xi even in his praise:
And a very special person. President Xi [Jinping] of China. He has really closed up that border. Maybe a little less the last couple of months. That’s okay. He really has. He is a terrific person and friend of mine. Really the great leader of his people. I want to thank them for their efforts to help us get to this very historic day.