The summit may not accomplish anything but at least it's a step in the right direction.
I don't understand all the negativity in the US media. There are people who are so obsessed with hating Trump they would rather see a war break out.
100% agreed. Like I said if he pulls this off it will be amazing.The hate really needs to chill, Trump is president, people need to get on with their lives and do their jobs without the hate and quibbling...
"Fun true fact: North Korea previously pledged denuclearization in 1985, 1992, 1994, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2016. Each pledge was a lie. If you believe any promise Kim made to Trump, I have five failed casinos in Atlantic City to sell you." -Jeff Tiedrich @jefftiedrich
those images are simply surreal, seeing trump walking with his arch-enemy, both happy is a image that will probally become historical
could'nt agree with you more, both candidates had terrifying ideas, its good to see (for now) that trump din't do any of his more radical plansHonestly, in general I feel that Trump is a living parody of manhood: his demeanor and carriage are the antithesis of everything that I value and respect in a man.
But he's clearly vastly less of a war hawk than Hillary Clinton, who never met a war she didn't like. So it's moments like this that make me downright grateful that she didn't win. On domestic policy, he's a living freakin' nightmare. But less people will die under Trump than Clinton, and that's the most important thing, imo. If she'd won, she would've implemented a no-fly zone in Syria (which would've steered us toward WWIII with Russia), and we'd be looking at military escalation with N. Korea, instead of seeing the most promising step toward peace with them that we've ever witnessed.
I wonder why Kim don't want to speak in english, i think he know english, he just don't want to talk.
I just have a sense about this image and partly because of what you've said; it almost looks like a charade of sorts, like the issue isn't and probably never has been what we have all been lead to believe it is about.
It's like he's not talking because he's just a puppet, some stooge fronting as the ruler, and it's really the job of these others to negotiate the settlement and as to what that settlement is really about probably has little to do with what we are being told.
North Korea as a nuclear power, and as a place of cold and forbidding/forbidden land, well North Korea is some kind of playground and chip. It's completely off limits to western eyes. Anything could go on in North Korea and we wouldn't have any idea right? So that's the whole point and purpose for it's existence don't ya see? It's not an accident it still exists.
If North Korea has nuclear weapons then it has them to prevent a door buster operation. In other words, there's secrets in there that powerful people don't want let out: We have these glimpses of the forbidden hotel and few other tidbits of insight.
Trump was obviously opposed and still is by another power elite cult, and it appears to me this was the pedophile child abduction rapists/murders cult, at least one part of it was, and so I have to wonder about all this happening now. I just can't see this in the light it's being framed. I'm seeing some sort of negotiations but as to what isn't clear.
My point of view is that the political/military system changed with the election of Trump. Catherine Austin Fitt's said long before Donald was elected that he had to have support from both the intelligence branches and from the military, otherwise he couldn't have gotten where he was in being nominated, so he has support. You have to have support from money, the military, and at least some of the intelligence services to rise to this level.
So maybe this is like if you give up the Nukes and do X, Y, & Z we won't tell on you? Maybe an analogy would be if you give up the flying saucer technology we will agree to fake your death and hide you until you die, otherwise just shoot yourselves, so maybe a deal along those lines ~ if you follow my meaning?
So it is about NK Nukes, but it's really about a lot more than those I think.
Satellite images from last week show that North Korea is making numerous improvements to the infrastructure at a nuclear research facility, according to a new study.
The images, obtained by North Korea analysis outlet 38 North, come just weeks after President TrumpDonald John TrumpCrowley stunner tops huge night for leftTrump congratulates Romney on primary winJudge orders Trump admin to begin reuniting immigrant families MORE and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un signed an agreement that called for a denuclearized Korean Peninsula.
The satellite photos indicate that North Korea is quickly progressing on several adjustments to the Yongbyon Nuclear Scientific Research Center.
The improvements include a new cooling water pump house, multiple new buildings, completed construction on a cooling water reservoir and an apparently active radiochemical laboratory. It is unclear whether the reactor is still in operation, the report said.
38 North notes that North Korean nuclear officials are expected to proceed with “business as usual” until Kim orders official changes to procedure.
The agreement between Trump and Kim, signed at the historic summit in Singapore earlier this month, commits the U.S. to “security guarantees” in exchange for a denuclearized Korean Peninsula. Critics said that the deal was unspecific and gave too much to North Korea without securing anything for the U.S. in return.
Ahead of the meeting between the two leaders, North Korea claimed to have destroyed its Punggye-ri nuclear testing site.
Satellite photos indicate NK is upgrading their nuclear research facility.
Satellite images show North Korea upgrading nuclear research facility: report