Think about it:
You’re Kim Jong-un, a Western-educated East Asian national leader capable of logical thought and creativity that is not altogether common among your racial brethren.
You currently sit at a meeting with American President Donald J. Trump, a man known by now to be one incapable of keeping promises to anyone aside from his Jewish-convert daughter, Jewish son-in-law, and various Neocon advisers.
In spite of this, right now at this very second, he’s offering you a deal: surrender all nuclear weaponry in exchange for a lifting of sanctions and an assurance of peace.
You almost agree to sign a document resting nearby in a black folder, but then you get to thinking about two other leaders who signed away their WMD great equalizers in the last generation.
Saddam Hussein of Iraq:
And then you also remember the news about Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela, facing regime change despite not possessing anything even remotely biological, chemical, or nuclear.
At that moment, probably best to walk away from the table – it’s rumored that being hanged or sodomized with a bayonet hurts quite a bit before death’s sweet embrace.
Donald Trump’s talks with Kim Jong-un ended abruptly on Thursday as the president said he was forced to walk away after the North Korean dictator demanded that all sanctions be lifted in return for giving up only some of his nukes.
Trump said the final snag that caused the sudden breakdown was over sanctions – and Kim’s push to have all of them lifted in exchange for a concession Trump and his secretary of state could not live with.
‘Sometimes you have to walk away,’ Trump told reporters at a press conference in Hanoi that was abruptly moved up after a breakdown in talks.
The president expressed his hope that the two leaders would meet again, but acknowledged: ‘It might be soon, it might not be for a long time. I can’t tell you.’
Meanwhile, the president blasted longtime fixer Michael Cohen, saying he ‘lied’ after his former lawyer delivered bombshell testimony. The president mostly avoided the topic by calling on a series of members of the foreign press corps he did not recognize rather than White House reporters preparing to quiz him on the crimes Cohen claims he witnessed.
‘Person in the front go ahead,’ Trump said, calling on one of many members of the foreign press corps covering the event.
Trump said that he remains on good terms with Kim and continued to tout the ‘enormous potential’ of North Korea, not notably said there were no plans for a next summit meeting.
Trump candidly revealed that Kim wanted the sanctions off, but was not willing to give up his array of nukes, missiles, and additional sites he only alluded to vaguely.
‘Basically they wanted the sanctions lifted in their entirety and we couldn’t do that,’ the president said. ‘They were willing to de-nuke a large portion of the areas that we wanted but we couln’t give up all of the sacntions for that.
‘We had to walk away from that particularly suggestion. We had to walk away from that,’ Trump said.
‘It was about sanctions. They wanted sanctions lifted but they weren’t willing to do an area that we wanted,’ Trump said.
America is the geopolitical equivalent of the sleazy Jew you see at college or at the workplace – a compulsive liar that routinely betrays confidence, and plays the victim even when caught red-handed as the unprovoked aggressor.
One cannot take such a nation at its word, for its word is nothing more than a steaming hunk of garbage – sold to the highest bidder and not grounded in anything resembling morality or honor.