Perhaps it’s time for Kim Jong-un to release a letter of his own – informing President Trump that the presence of the United States at the Singapore Summit is no longer needed.
Let nations in the region (the two Koreas, Russia, and China) hash out difficulties on their own, and let ZOG sit on the sidelines snubbed to the utmost.
In truth, it would enrage them just as much as if a nuclear weapon were to be launched at a major West Coast city.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un held a surprise meeting at the demilitarized zone Saturday aimed at keeping inter-Korean relations, and a possible summit between Mr. Kim and President Donald Trump, on track.
South Korea’s presidential office announced the two-hour meeting after it had wrapped up, saying the two leaders met on the north side of the demilitarized zone and discussed how to successfully stage a summit between Messrs. Trump and Kim.
The meeting—the fourth in history between leaders of the two Koreas—was the latest turn in a series of diplomatic maneuvers as the U.S. and South Korea seek to rein in North Korea’s nuclear ambitions.
It followed an April 27 summit between Messrs. Moon and Kim on the south side of the line dividing the inter-Korean truce village of Panmunjom, at which the two men signed a Panmunjom Declaration vowing an end to war and hostilities between the two sides.
The two Koreas agreed to “meet frequently in the future,” North Korea’s report said, portraying the relationship of Messrs. Moon and Kim in warm terms.
“Kim Jong Un thanked Moon Jae In for much effort made by him for the DPRK-U.S. summit scheduled for June 12, and expressed his fixed will on the historic DPRK-U.S. summit talks,” the North Korean report said, referring to North Korea by the abbreviation for its formal name, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.
The two Koreas also agreed to meet again for working-level talks on June 1, in a resumption of dialogue that Pyongyang had scuttled earlier this month, when it criticized South Korea for participating in an air force drill with the U.S., and for failing to muzzle a North Korean defector who has been critical of Pyongyang’s recent pursuit of dialogue.
The message from Messrs. Moon and Kim, he added, was: “Why do we need the U.S. doing anything if Trump is going to oscillate between ‘fire and fury’ and sharing a hamburger with Kim? Maybe we should move things forward by ourselves.”
I have no doubt that a united Korean Peninsula would be a powerhouse of a country, and could easily serve as a bulwark against any sort of foreign interference in the region.
Just imagine fanatical North Korean soldiers armed to the teeth with modern weaponry possessed by the South, and imagine the Juche Philosophy of the North equipped with enough advanced technology to make self-sufficiency a certainty.
Oh, and just imagine the tears when a free Korea finally decides to issue an expulsion decree against American soldiers stationed in the country.
They could even make it an argument of racial purity (East Asians typically have no problem doing this) – calling out the troops for their disgusting affairs with local women.
Let Korean marry Korean, and let ZOG keep its demented ideology of miscegenation within its own borders – it’ll be easier to destroy it once and for all this way.