FAKE DIPLOMACY



North Korea is at it again. The North launched another  pair of short-range ballistic missiles off its east coast, South Korean and US officials said.  That's the second such launch in less than a week. In response, South Korea held an emergency National Security Council meeting this morning. It's not clear if the missile launches will affect the working-level talks between the US and the North, which US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo hoped would start soon. It was just a month ago when President T-RUMP and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met at the Korean Demilitarized Zone, and T-RUMP  became the first sitting US President to set foot on North Korean soil.  Lucky for him and too bad for us he missed the landmine.

North Korea on Monday recalled the days of "fire and fury" by releasing images of leader Kim Jong Un touring a suspected nuclear-capable submarine, and a close reading of the images reveal once again that a US fight with North Korea could mean death for millions in the region, and suicide for Pyongyang, the country's capital. 

Kim hasn't been pictured inspecting weapons capable of carrying nuclear warheads since the thaw in tensions between Washington and Pyongyang, but on Monday, it appears to have lost its patience with now stalled peace talks. 

North Korea showed Kim touring a factory building a submarine, which HI Sutton, a submarine analyst, said probably took place on the country’s east coast. 

North Korea on Monday recalled the days of "fire and fury" by releasing images of leader Kim Jong Un touring a suspected nuclear-capable submarine, and a close reading of the images reveal once again that a US fight with North Korea could mean death for millions in the region, and suicide for Pyongyang, the country's capital. 

Kim hasn't been pictured inspecting weapons capable of carrying nuclear warheads since the thaw in tensions between Washington and Pyongyang, but on Monday, it appears to have lost its patience with now stalled peace talks. 

North Korea showed Kim touring a factory building a submarine, which HI Sutton, a submarine analyst, said probably took place on the country's east coast. North Korea on Monday recalled the days of "fire and fury" by releasing images of leader Kim Jong Un touring a suspected nuclear-capable submarine, and a close reading of the images reveal once again that a US fight with North Korea could mean death for millions in the region, and suicide for Pyongyang, the country's capital. 


Kim hasn't been pictured inspecting weapons capable of carrying nuclear warheads since the thaw in tensions between Washington and Pyongyang, but on Monday, it appears to have lost its patience with now stalled peace talks.   
North Korea showed Kim touring a factory building a submarine, which HI Sutton, a submarine analyst, said probably took place on the country's east coast. 

North Korea has long sought a submarine that can fire ballistic missiles but struggled to create one while under international sanctions. Ballistic-missile submarines give countries like the US and Russia an incomparable deterrent. 

Even if an adversary state somehow found every single nuclear weapon a country possesses and destroyed them before a single shot could be fired in return, a submarine could lurk under the surface to deal a final retaliation blow.   North Korea has tested several missiles designed to fire from submarines but never fielded a true undersea deterrent. 

The pictures on Monday suggest that Kim is getting close to changing that, although the submarine's crude construction will likely compel it to lurk close to North Korea's shores and out of range of more powerful US subs.


NEW SHORT RANGE SPEED MISSILES TESTED

(CNN) South Korea said that two projectiles launched by North Korea Thursday were a “ ew type of short-range missile" and posed a "military threat" which risked undermining the peace process on the Korean Peninsula. Pyongyang fired two missiles early Thursday toward the East Sea, also known as the Sea of Japan. The first flew approximately 430 kilometers (265 miles), while the second flew 690 kilometers (428 miles), South Korean officials said.

The skies over the East Sea were the scene of a tense standoff this week between Japanese, South Korean, Russian and Chinese warplanes, emphasizing the uncertain nature of a region in which overlapping territorial claims and bullish militaries raise the risk of conflict, even without North Korea entering the mix.

"The government has been closely monitoring the relevant trends and is urging Pyongyang to suspend such activities that are not helpful for efforts to ease military tensions on the Korean Peninsula," ministry spokesman Choi Hyun-soo said. "Going forward, the (South Korean) government will strengthen its monitoring in cooperation and close communication with the US."

"If it's very low and very fast, that shortens warning and decision time," he told CNN. "Those kinds of things could be useful in a retaliatory situation, but it's even more relevant for a first strike. That's part of why we agreed to ban (Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces) during the Cold War."

Thursday's launches come as US national security adviser John Bolton -- a noted hawk on North Korea -- visited South Korea this week to discuss bilateral strategic issues and just a few days after the North Koreans showcased photos of their leader Kim Jong Un inspecting what appeared to be a submarine, in another attempt to signal Pyongyang's military capabilities.

They also follow President Donald Trump's June meeting with Kim in the demilitarized zone and his brief foray into North Korea -- a high-profile visit that has failed to yield any tangible signs of diplomatic progress toward the stated US goal of denuclearization.

"Trump's trip to Panmunjom didn't have its desired effect," Vipin Narang, an associate professor of political science at MIT told CNN. "There's no date for working level talks. Instead, they're still testing -- Kim is touring potentially nuclear capable submarines and firing" missiles.

Narang said that based on initial descriptions early Thursday, at least one of the projectiles was likely a solid-fuel ballistic missile that's been jokingly dubbed the Kimskander, a portmanteau of Kim and the Iskander missile which experts say the North Korean weapon was likely based on.

Trump may meet Kim at the DMZ, but what's the point other than a photo op?

North Korea conducted a similar launch in May, its first missile test since 2017, which served as a clear warning of Kim's frustration at the state of talks with the US. Negotiations had been deadlocked since Trump walked out of their Vietnam summit early in February.

Wednesday's launch may have been North Korea's response to the July 20 announcement that the US and South Korea will conduct joint military exercises as planned next month, in spite of Pyongyang's argument that doing so would breach the agreement President Donald Trump made with Kim, according to Narang.

North Korea’s Foreign Ministry called the drills a "rehearsal of war" in a statement published last week in the country's state-run news agency KCNA.  The statement also warned that North Korea could rethink its decision to stop testing nuclear weapons and intercontinental-range ballistic missiles (ICBMs) if the drills were to go ahead.

"Our discontinuation of the nuclear and ICBM tests and the US suspension of joint military exercises are, to all its intents and purposes, commitments made to improve bilateral relations. They are not a legal document inscribed on a paper," North Korea's Foreign Ministry said.

The US and South Korea regularly conduct joint military drills, but they suspended or scaled back a number of recent exercises part of an effort to ease tensions with Pyongyang.

Speaking of the most recent launches, Narang said they were "no more provocative than before," referring to similar tests Pyongyang conducted in May, "but still tit for tat."

"Kim clearly believes that's a violation of a personal commitment Trump made to him in Singapore," where the US President said the US would drop joint military exercises with South Korea, he told CNN, adding that if the exercises continue, "all bets are off."

“They are clearly signaling that this is a response or a foreshadowing of what might come," Narang added.  Kim Jong Un seen beside apparent submarine in state media photographs  Joel Wit, a senior fellow at the Stimson Center and director of 38 North, a website that tracks North Korea, agreed that Wednesday’s tests are probably not the last move Pyongyang will make.   "It wasn't an accident that someone took a picture of Kim standing in front of a submarine -- that's to show they're tough guys they're strong, they're not going to buckle under to anyone."


KIM TO MAKE MORE MISSILES

Kim Jong-Un’s recent short-range missile tests send some important signals,  They tell North Korean hardliners that Kim remains committed to national defense, even as he negotiates with Washington, and they tell the US that Kim is serious about an end-of-year deadline for the US to change its stance in nuclear talks. If Washington ignores that deadline, bigger provocations could be on the way, they write.

The missiles themselves were noteworthy, and we shouldn’t discount them simply because they can’t cross the Pacific,  They can hit South Korea and Japan.  The missiles were solid-fueled, which makes them easier to move and conceal. They chiefly threaten South Korea—“handy tools to later hold South Koreans and Americans living in the South hostage”

North Korea launched two suspected "short-range missiles" on Thursday, adding yet another complication into Pyongyang's stalled negotiations with the United States and peace talks with South Korea.

The missiles were launched at 4:29 p.m. local (3.29 a.m. ET) and 4:49 p.m. local, and flew eastward, reaching flight ranges of 420 kilometers (260 miles) and 270 kilometers respectively, according to a statement from South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staffs.  They were launched from Kusong in North Korea’s northwest, said South Korea's Defense Ministry, which also told CNN that the missiles had an altitude of around 50 kilometers and landed in the East Sea, also known as the Sea of Japan.

North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un has told his military to maintain a “ Full-combat posture" as tensions continue to rise with the US.  His order follows the firing of three missiles Thursday, the second missile launch in a week.


THE QUEST OF SQUAREHEAD JONG UN 

Russian President Vladimir Putin said he was “pleased” with the outcome of his summit meeting Thursday in the Russian city of Vladivostok with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, saying he would discuss the results with China and the United States.
“We are all pleased with the outcome of the talks -- both I and my colleagues,” the Russian leader said. “Chairman Kim Jong Un is a fairly open person, leading a free discussion on all issues that were on the agenda.”

Asked if Kim would be willing to continue his contact with the US, Putin said the leader in Pyongyang would be guided by his “national interests,” but added that “we can’t resolve anything without talks” when it came to the crisis on the Korean peninsula. Putin, who travels next to Beijing, said he would discuss the summit with his Chinese counterparts.

“Of course, I will speak tomorrow in Beijing with the leadership of the People’s Republic of China, but we will also openly and frankly discuss today's meeting with the American leadership,” he said. “There are no secrets here, Russia's position is always open, there are no conspiracies.” Putin said Kim himself requested that his position be relayed to the US side.  “Moreover, Kim Jong Un himself asked us to inform the American side about his position, about the issues that arose for him in connection with the processes that are taking place on and around the Korean Peninsula,” the Russian president said. 


LATEST THIRD POSSIBLE SUMMIT

04/14/2019 - WASHINGTON  US President Donald T-RUMP said relations with Kim Jong Un remain “ VERY GOOD ” and he opened the door Saturday for a third summit, hours after the North Korean leader said he’s willing to meet as long as the US offers acceptable terms for a deal by year end.   ( “VERY GOOD” = KISS YOUR ASS DIPLOMACY BY T-RUMP)

“I agree with Kim Jong Un of North Korea that our personal relationship remains very good, perhaps the term excellent would be even more accurate,” Trump said Saturday in a tweet. “A third Summit would be good in that we fully understand where we each stand.” 

T-RUMP said he looked forward to a day, “ Which could be soon, when Nuclear Weapons and Sanctions can be removed", And then watching North Korea become one of the most successful nations of the World”  (BS) with lots of  golf courses and hotels. 

In remarks carried earlier Saturday by the official Korean Central News Agency, Kim said he wouldn’t welcome a repeat of the Hanoi summit in February, when Trump walked out without securing a nuclear disarmament deal. While Kim hailed his relationship with Trump, he also said the U.S. has been making unilateral demands and should abandon that approach.

“In any case we will wait with patience for the US courageous decision by the end of this year but it will clearly be tough to get such a good opportunity like the last time,” Kim said in a speech at North Korea’s rubber-stamp legislature, according to the KCNA report.

Kim’s remarks suggest an attempt to breathe new life into the stalled negotiations. While Trump said on Thursday that the door for dialog remains open and a summit “could happen,” he also rejected calls to revive economic projects between North and South Korea. In a leadership shuffle announced Friday, Kim consolidated his power and granted new legitimacy to officials involved in the talks.

“They want to see the U.S. make the next move — that the steps that they took, such as returning war remains and shutting down missile sites, are even more grounds to demand the US to relieve sanctions,” said Kim Hyun-wook, a professor at the Korean National Diplomatic Academy. “However, the US has taken a more hard-line stance since the Hanoi summit.”

ED:  When I see it actually take place I will believe it, otherwise very cautious about anything from Hanoi and Washington, both have little truth in most statements.


BOLTON BOONDOGGLE

03/20/2019 WASHINGTON - Sec. John Bolton said the 2nd summit was not a failure!  He was right... it was another colossal monumental classic T-RUMP unplanned, off the wall, love fest that festered and died.  We call  it a “ festerfeuck”. ( New word in the dictionary)

The officials told reporters that President T-RUMP remains “personally engaged”. Officials said the US is working to tighten pressure on North Korea to “ unprecedented” levels by better enforcing sanctions and other economic measures against the North.  “ This is a new approach,” one senior official said. “ You’ve had piecemeal sanctions over the years.”  Now we can secure a total failure.

What a big double bill it was -- President Donald T-RUMP taking the world stage for a SECOND nuclear summit with Kim Jong Un of North Korea who appears to be the chef in these maneuvers. Meanwhile Kim Jung Un was contemplating Vietnamese 👍🏼Duck Sauce or Chinese Mustard with the leftovers.  (I like both combined)

Kim Jung Un clearly made the president the biggest jackass the world has seen in a long time.  He has outsmarted the golden fake hair wonder making him travel around the world twice responding to love letters that are as full of sh*t as the two of them. 


T-RUMP LIES AGAIN ABOUT OTTO WARMBIER

When asked about the treatment of Otto Warmbier, an American student who spent 17 months in North Korean detention before being returned to the US in a vegetative state and subsequently dying, T-RUMP denied Kim had been aware of the incident.  "He felt badly about it.  He felt very badly,” Trump added. “I don’t believe that he (Kim) would have allowed that to happen.   

I HAVE ONE WORD FOR T-RUMP, YOU ARE A FRICKIN IDIOT,  A LYING BASTARD, 
AND COWARD TO BELIEVE KIM JONG UN,  AND STAND FOR HIM… YOU ARE A TRAITOR… 
YOU ARE UNFIT TO BE THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Washington (CNN)  Joseph Yun, the former State Department Special Representative for North Korea, confirmed Monday that he signed an agreement to pay North Korea $2 million for the release of American student Otto Warmbier in 2017. 

In an interview with CNN's Jim Sciutto, Yun said that he did so with the approval of then-Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and that it was his understanding President Donald Trump had also signed off on the decision. 

"As soon as North Korea side told me that this bill for $2 million would have to be paid ... I contacted my boss then-Secretary of State Rex Tillerson,” Yun said, noting that Tillerson “ ot back to me very quickly thereafter to say yes, go ahead and sign.”  It had to of been OK’ed by T-RUMP, no one else could authorize it.

North Korea presented US with $2 million bill for care of Otto Warmbier, but T-RUMP says US didn’t pay.   The former US Special Representative added that it was his understanding the decision had been approved by Trump himself. 

"That was my understanding. I never asked him, but that was my understanding,” he said when asked if he believed Tillerson had Trump's approval.  The Trump administration has said no money has been paid for release of Warmbier, who was in a comatose state at the time of his release from North Korean custody and died a few days after returning to the United States.

Yun said he does not know if the T-RUMP administration plans to pay, but believes the US should meet their end of the pledge and pay the North Koreans. 


THE LATEST FAILURE HANOII

MOE, LARRY, AND CURLY INSTEAD OF  BOLTON, T-RUMP AND POMPEO

A classic T-RUMP clusterf*ck of immense proportion and alarming...and STUPIDITY.  He acted like a real FAKE president. KIM meanwhile gets world recognition, the president of the United States traveling and groveling 20 hours off Air Force one for a fake photo-op and Kim wins, getting a chance at two days in Vietnam to win friends and trading partners.  And T-RUMP was weak, stupid and placated enough to this murdering little man.

They (N. Koreans) have built more powerful weapons, better secure locations, better ties with China, the South, and other parts on the peninsulas in the South East Asia regional area as a nuclear power.  And their cyber hackers cracked the shit out of major companies in the US while Donald the Patsy was kissing the little bastards ass.  Why is Kim laughing, he just stuck Donald with the lunch bill and why is Donald is frothing at the mouth, he’s thinking he looks like a negotiator.  Actuall real talks took place...kee[ reading...


THE TRUTH IS REAL WITH CHINA

TOP SECRET MEETINGS - CHINA AND NORTH KOREA HAVE THEIR OWN SLANT ON THINGS

1️⃣  Kim–Xi meetings is a series of summits between North Korea and China during the year 2018.  North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong-Un secretly met with Chinese paramount leader Xi Jinping on March 25–28, 2018.

2️⃣   Xi made a classified invitation to Kim to visit China, after which Kim visited Beijing used his bullet proof train to travel to the three-day meeting in DalianLiaoning, China.  

3️⃣   Kim and Xi had a third surprise meeting on June 19–20, 2018.  This is the second time China’s paramount leader Xi Jinping has met Kim Jong-un in two months, and Xi Jinping reaffirmed his state visit to Pyongyang by the end of 2018. 


THE NORTH KOREAN PHOTO-OP PROBLEM

BOTTOM LINE NOT SUCCESSFUL SO FAR

The First Summit North Korean agreement in kind is printable, available on the web and down loadable to Desktops, iPads, Smart Phones, Androids and also for those illiterates still using fax and carrier pigeons.  TRUMP is making claims about how great it went and how much he achieved. We are still looking for that to happen, more fake news is expected since no one knows what they talked about.  Experts mostly bullshit...

In an exclusive offer, the agreement is pre-printed on 200 sheet high-quality toilet paper (expect small print) so you can serve it as double duty (doody)   First, after you read it, wipe the tears of laughter with it.  Then wipe your butt.  Not the other way around!  This should wipe out any and I mean any misconceptions of not putting Donald’s work to good use.  

Donald J Trump and Kim Jung Un  (Jong-un, Jung-un)
25,000 Miles, a million dollars each trip wasted and the idiot forgot to get the order signed...

Summit is a cool term for really bigly photo-op,  it was a chance for the (tough) deal-making blowhard Trump to show his macho,  in a world stage and a bigger gain for the mini-killer Kim Jung Un who makes the Nazi Doctor Mengele look like Mother Teresa’s helper.   

T-RUMP acted very fatherly in his body language guiding and teaching Kim Jung Un the fine art of posing and facial expression for the TV cameras and how to stand, look important, perfectly quaffed and polished, positive and confident.   About as phony as two ass-clowns can be.   

Truly his best “puker” to date.  Sincere ? Who is kidding who?  Who wrote that line into the agreement.   Must have been the head liar, Steven Miller.  

Donald did KIM a favor, he brought him out to the world stage.  Kim knows he has Donald by the short hairs or in Donald’s case the swept hairs.

The training events we have for security are cancelled to “ save money”.  Thats bullshit, Donald’s trips could pay for the next four years.  But he has weakened training in an era,  in that area where China is building offshore bases on islands.  Kim has already won.  We sent a lightweight to a welterweight fight.

WARNING: With U.S.-China trade ties on the rocks, Kim is well-positioned to play both powers, talking sweet to Trump while pursuing a closer relationship with Xi.   YOU THINK?  

It was the plan from the beginning.  The little Rocket Man schmoo-ed him without saying a word.  Donald the great deal maker, well as my poker player friend would say, he done got played...bad. 

Bluffing might work in poker, but bullshit rarely works in politics, and you’ll lose when the cards are exposed.  Kim Jong Un’s wife Ri Sol-Ju, is on the left.

Ri Sol-Ju was only last year "outed" as the supreme leader's wife, having previously stood, unidentified, in photos with him.  
She's around 30 and comes from a well-to-do North Korean family.  
She is very pretty, with great taste in her apparel.   Xi’s wife is very attractive too and both women pose a lot better than their husbands. The rumor mill has been churning out stories that she may have shot a homemade porn film, and that she once led a promiscuous lifestyle.

Kim Jong (Jung) Un ( there are about five different ways his name is spelled when translated ) took over the role of Supreme Leader when the country was already in trouble, with skyrocketing poverty and starvation rates. Still, the supreme leader himself lives a "seven-star party lifestyle."

North Korea has long sought a submarine that can fire ballistic missiles but struggled to create one while under international sanctions. Ballistic-missile submarines give countries like the US and Russia an incomparable deterrent. 

Even if an adversary state somehow found every single nuclear weapon a country possesses and destroyed them before a single shot could be fired in return, a submarine could lurk under the surface to deal a final retaliation blow. 

North Korea has tested several missiles designed to fire from submarines but never fielded a true undersea deterrent. 

The pictures on Monday suggest that Kim is getting close to changing that, although the submarine's crude construction will likely compel it to lurk close to North Korea's shores and out of range of more powerful US subs.


NEW SHORT RANGE SPEED MISSILES TESTED

(CNN) South Korea said that two projectiles launched by North Korea Thursday were a “ ew type of short-range missile" and posed a "military threat" which risked undermining the peace process on the Korean Peninsula. Pyongyang fired two missiles early Thursday toward the East Sea, also known as the Sea of Japan. The first flew approximately 430 kilometers (265 miles), while the second flew 690 kilometers (428 miles), South Korean officials said.

The skies over the East Sea were the scene of a tense standoff this week between Japanese, South Korean, Russian and Chinese warplanes, emphasizing the uncertain nature of a region in which overlapping territorial claims and bullish militaries raise the risk of conflict, even without North Korea entering the mix.

"The government has been closely monitoring the relevant trends and is urging Pyongyang to suspend such activities that are not helpful for efforts to ease military tensions on the Korean Peninsula," ministry spokesman Choi Hyun-soo said. "Going forward, the (South Korean) government will strengthen its monitoring in cooperation and close communication with the US."

"If it's very low and very fast, that shortens warning and decision time," he told CNN. "Those kinds of things could be useful in a retaliatory situation, but it's even more relevant for a first strike. That's part of why we agreed to ban (Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces) during the Cold War."

Thursday's launches come as US national security adviser John Bolton -- a noted hawk on North Korea -- visited South Korea this week to discuss bilateral strategic issues and just a few days after the North Koreans showcased photos of their leader Kim Jong Un inspecting what appeared to be a submarine, in another attempt to signal Pyongyang's military capabilities.

They also follow President Donald Trump's June meeting with Kim in the demilitarized zone and his brief foray into North Korea -- a high-profile visit that has failed to yield any tangible signs of diplomatic progress toward the stated US goal of denuclearization.

"Trump's trip to Panmunjom didn't have its desired effect," Vipin Narang, an associate professor of political science at MIT told CNN. "There's no date for working level talks. Instead, they're still testing -- Kim is touring potentially nuclear capable submarines and firing" missiles.

Narang said that based on initial descriptions early Thursday, at least one of the projectiles was likely a solid-fuel ballistic missile that's been jokingly dubbed the Kimskander, a portmanteau of Kim and the Iskander missile which experts say the North Korean weapon was likely based on.

Trump may meet Kim at the DMZ, but what's the point other than a photo op?

North Korea conducted a similar launch in May, its first missile test since 2017, which served as a clear warning of Kim's frustration at the state of talks with the US. Negotiations had been deadlocked since Trump walked out of their Vietnam summit early in February.

Wednesday's launch may have been North Korea's response to the July 20 announcement that the US and South Korea will conduct joint military exercises as planned next month, in spite of Pyongyang's argument that doing so would breach the agreement President Donald Trump made with Kim, according to Narang.

North Korea’s Foreign Ministry called the drills a "rehearsal of war" in a statement published last week in the country's state-run news agency KCNA.  The statement also warned that North Korea could rethink its decision to stop testing nuclear weapons and intercontinental-range ballistic missiles (ICBMs) if the drills were to go ahead.

"Our discontinuation of the nuclear and ICBM tests and the US suspension of joint military exercises are, to all its intents and purposes, commitments made to improve bilateral relations. They are not a legal document inscribed on a paper," North Korea's Foreign Ministry said.

The US and South Korea regularly conduct joint military drills, but they suspended or scaled back a number of recent exercises part of an effort to ease tensions with Pyongyang.

Speaking of the most recent launches, Narang said they were "no more provocative than before," referring to similar tests Pyongyang conducted in May, "but still tit for tat."

"Kim clearly believes that's a violation of a personal commitment Trump made to him in Singapore," where the US President said the US would drop joint military exercises with South Korea, he told CNN, adding that if the exercises continue, "all bets are off."

“They are clearly signaling that this is a response or a foreshadowing of what might come," Narang added.  Kim Jong Un seen beside apparent submarine in state media photographs  Joel Wit, a senior fellow at the Stimson Center and director of 38 North, a website that tracks North Korea, agreed that Wednesday’s tests are probably not the last move Pyongyang will make.   "It wasn't an accident that someone took a picture of Kim standing in front of a submarine -- that's to show they're tough guys they're strong, they're not going to buckle under to anyone."


KIM TO MAKE MORE MISSILES

Kim Jong-Un’s recent short-range missile tests send some important signals,  They tell North Korean hardliners that Kim remains committed to national defense, even as he negotiates with Washington, and they tell the US that Kim is serious about an end-of-year deadline for the US to change its stance in nuclear talks. If Washington ignores that deadline, bigger provocations could be on the way, they write.

The missiles themselves were noteworthy, and we shouldn’t discount them simply because they can’t cross the Pacific,  They can hit South Korea and Japan.  The missiles were solid-fueled, which makes them easier to move and conceal. They chiefly threaten South Korea—“handy tools to later hold South Koreans and Americans living in the South hostage”

North Korea launched two suspected "short-range missiles" on Thursday, adding yet another complication into Pyongyang's stalled negotiations with the United States and peace talks with South Korea.

The missiles were launched at 4:29 p.m. local (3.29 a.m. ET) and 4:49 p.m. local, and flew eastward, reaching flight ranges of 420 kilometers (260 miles) and 270 kilometers respectively, according to a statement from South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staffs.  They were launched from Kusong in North Korea’s northwest, said South Korea's Defense Ministry, which also told CNN that the missiles had an altitude of around 50 kilometers and landed in the East Sea, also known as the Sea of Japan.

North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un has told his military to maintain a “ Full-combat posture" as tensions continue to rise with the US.  His order follows the firing of three missiles Thursday, the second missile launch in a week.


THE QUEST OF SQUAREHEAD JONG UN 

Russian President Vladimir Putin said he was “pleased” with the outcome of his summit meeting Thursday in the Russian city of Vladivostok with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, saying he would discuss the results with China and the United States.
“We are all pleased with the outcome of the talks -- both I and my colleagues,” the Russian leader said. “Chairman Kim Jong Un is a fairly open person, leading a free discussion on all issues that were on the agenda.”

Asked if Kim would be willing to continue his contact with the US, Putin said the leader in Pyongyang would be guided by his “national interests,” but added that “we can’t resolve anything without talks” when it came to the crisis on the Korean peninsula. Putin, who travels next to Beijing, said he would discuss the summit with his Chinese counterparts.

“Of course, I will speak tomorrow in Beijing with the leadership of the People’s Republic of China, but we will also openly and frankly discuss today's meeting with the American leadership,” he said. “There are no secrets here, Russia's position is always open, there are no conspiracies.” Putin said Kim himself requested that his position be relayed to the US side.  “Moreover, Kim Jong Un himself asked us to inform the American side about his position, about the issues that arose for him in connection with the processes that are taking place on and around the Korean Peninsula,” the Russian president said. 


LATEST THIRD POSSIBLE SUMMIT

04/14/2019 - WASHINGTON  US President Donald T-RUMP said relations with Kim Jong Un remain “ VERY GOOD ” and he opened the door Saturday for a third summit, hours after the North Korean leader said he’s willing to meet as long as the US offers acceptable terms for a deal by year end.   ( “VERY GOOD” = KISS YOUR ASS DIPLOMACY BY T-RUMP)

“I agree with Kim Jong Un of North Korea that our personal relationship remains very good, perhaps the term excellent would be even more accurate,” Trump said Saturday in a tweet. “A third Summit would be good in that we fully understand where we each stand.” 

T-RUMP said he looked forward to a day, “ Which could be soon, when Nuclear Weapons and Sanctions can be removed", And then watching North Korea become one of the most successful nations of the World”  (BS) with lots of  golf courses and hotels. 

In remarks carried earlier Saturday by the official Korean Central News Agency, Kim said he wouldn’t welcome a repeat of the Hanoi summit in February, when Trump walked out without securing a nuclear disarmament deal. While Kim hailed his relationship with Trump, he also said the U.S. has been making unilateral demands and should abandon that approach.

“In any case we will wait with patience for the US courageous decision by the end of this year but it will clearly be tough to get such a good opportunity like the last time,” Kim said in a speech at North Korea’s rubber-stamp legislature, according to the KCNA report.

Kim’s remarks suggest an attempt to breathe new life into the stalled negotiations. While Trump said on Thursday that the door for dialog remains open and a summit “could happen,” he also rejected calls to revive economic projects between North and South Korea. In a leadership shuffle announced Friday, Kim consolidated his power and granted new legitimacy to officials involved in the talks.

“They want to see the U.S. make the next move — that the steps that they took, such as returning war remains and shutting down missile sites, are even more grounds to demand the US to relieve sanctions,” said Kim Hyun-wook, a professor at the Korean National Diplomatic Academy. “However, the US has taken a more hard-line stance since the Hanoi summit.”

ED:  When I see it actually take place I will believe it, otherwise very cautious about anything from Hanoi and Washington, both have little truth in most statements.


BOLTON BOONDOGGLE

03/20/2019 WASHINGTON - Sec. John Bolton said the 2nd summit was not a failure!  He was right... it was another colossal monumental classic T-RUMP unplanned, off the wall, love fest that festered and died.  We call  it a “ festerfeuck”. ( New word in the dictionary)

The officials told reporters that President T-RUMP remains “personally engaged”. Officials said the US is working to tighten pressure on North Korea to “ unprecedented” levels by better enforcing sanctions and other economic measures against the North.  “ This is a new approach,” one senior official said. “ You’ve had piecemeal sanctions over the years.”  Now we can secure a total failure.

What a big double bill it was -- President Donald T-RUMP taking the world stage for a SECOND nuclear summit with Kim Jong Un of North Korea who appears to be the chef in these maneuvers. Meanwhile Kim Jung Un was contemplating Vietnamese 👍🏼Duck Sauce or Chinese Mustard with the leftovers.  (I like both combined)

Kim Jung Un clearly made the president the biggest jackass the world has seen in a long time.  He has outsmarted the golden fake hair wonder making him travel around the world twice responding to love letters that are as full of sh*t as the two of them. 


T-RUMP LIES AGAIN ABOUT OTTO WARMBIER

When asked about the treatment of Otto Warmbier, an American student who spent 17 months in North Korean detention before being returned to the US in a vegetative state and subsequently dying, T-RUMP denied Kim had been aware of the incident.  "He felt badly about it.  He felt very badly,” Trump added. “I don’t believe that he (Kim) would have allowed that to happen.   

I HAVE ONE WORD FOR T-RUMP, YOU ARE A FRICKIN IDIOT,  A LYING BASTARD, 
AND COWARD TO BELIEVE KIM JONG UN,  AND STAND FOR HIM… YOU ARE A TRAITOR… 
YOU ARE UNFIT TO BE THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Washington (CNN)  Joseph Yun, the former State Department Special Representative for North Korea, confirmed Monday that he signed an agreement to pay North Korea $2 million for the release of American student Otto Warmbier in 2017. 

In an interview with CNN's Jim Sciutto, Yun said that he did so with the approval of then-Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and that it was his understanding President Donald Trump had also signed off on the decision. 

"As soon as North Korea side told me that this bill for $2 million would have to be paid ... I contacted my boss then-Secretary of State Rex Tillerson,” Yun said, noting that Tillerson “ ot back to me very quickly thereafter to say yes, go ahead and sign.”  It had to of been OK’ed by T-RUMP, no one else could authorize it.

North Korea presented US with $2 million bill for care of Otto Warmbier, but T-RUMP says US didn’t pay.   The former US Special Representative added that it was his understanding the decision had been approved by Trump himself. 

"That was my understanding. I never asked him, but that was my understanding,” he said when asked if he believed Tillerson had Trump's approval.  The Trump administration has said no money has been paid for release of Warmbier, who was in a comatose state at the time of his release from North Korean custody and died a few days after returning to the United States.

Yun said he does not know if the T-RUMP administration plans to pay, but believes the US should meet their end of the pledge and pay the North Koreans. 


THE LATEST FAILURE HANOII

MOE, LARRY, AND CURLY INSTEAD OF  BOLTON, T-RUMP AND POMPEO

A classic T-RUMP clusterf*ck of immense proportion and alarming...and STUPIDITY.  He acted like a real FAKE president. KIM meanwhile gets world recognition, the president of the United States traveling and groveling 20 hours off Air Force one for a fake photo-op and Kim wins, getting a chance at two days in Vietnam to win friends and trading partners.  And T-RUMP was weak, stupid and placated enough to this murdering little man.

They (N. Koreans) have built more powerful weapons, better secure locations, better ties with China, the South, and other parts on the peninsulas in the South East Asia regional area as a nuclear power.  And their cyber hackers cracked the shit out of major companies in the US while Donald the Patsy was kissing the little bastards ass.  Why is Kim laughing, he just stuck Donald with the lunch bill and why is Donald is frothing at the mouth, he’s thinking he looks like a negotiator.  Actuall real talks took place...kee[ reading...


THE TRUTH IS REAL WITH CHINA

TOP SECRET MEETINGS - CHINA AND NORTH KOREA HAVE THEIR OWN SLANT ON THINGS

1️⃣  Kim–Xi meetings is a series of summits between North Korea and China during the year 2018.  North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong-Un secretly met with Chinese paramount leader Xi Jinping on March 25–28, 2018.

2️⃣   Xi made a classified invitation to Kim to visit China, after which Kim visited Beijing used his bullet proof train to travel to the three-day meeting in DalianLiaoning, China.  

3️⃣   Kim and Xi had a third surprise meeting on June 19–20, 2018.  This is the second time China’s paramount leader Xi Jinping has met Kim Jong-un in two months, and Xi Jinping reaffirmed his state visit to Pyongyang by the end of 2018. 


THE NORTH KOREAN PHOTO-OP PROBLEM

BOTTOM LINE NOT SUCCESSFUL SO FAR

The First Summit North Korean agreement in kind is printable, available on the web and down loadable to Desktops, iPads, Smart Phones, Androids and also for those illiterates still using fax and carrier pigeons.  TRUMP is making claims about how great it went and how much he achieved. We are still looking for that to happen, more fake news is expected since no one knows what they talked about.  Experts mostly bullshit...

In an exclusive offer, the agreement is pre-printed on 200 sheet high-quality toilet paper (expect small print) so you can serve it as double duty (doody)   First, after you read it, wipe the tears of laughter with it.  Then wipe your butt.  Not the other way around!  This should wipe out any and I mean any misconceptions of not putting Donald’s work to good use.  

Donald J Trump and Kim Jung Un  (Jong-un, Jung-un)
25,000 Miles, a million dollars each trip wasted and the idiot forgot to get the order signed...

Summit is a cool term for really bigly photo-op,  it was a chance for the (tough) deal-making blowhard Trump to show his macho,  in a world stage and a bigger gain for the mini-killer Kim Jung Un who makes the Nazi Doctor Mengele look like Mother Teresa’s helper.   

T-RUMP acted very fatherly in his body language guiding and teaching Kim Jung Un the fine art of posing and facial expression for the TV cameras and how to stand, look important, perfectly quaffed and polished, positive and confident.   About as phony as two ass-clowns can be.   

Truly his best “puker” to date.  Sincere ? Who is kidding who?  Who wrote that line into the agreement.   Must have been the head liar, Steven Miller.  

Donald did KIM a favor, he brought him out to the world stage.  Kim knows he has Donald by the short hairs or in Donald’s case the swept hairs.

The training events we have for security are cancelled to “ save money”.  Thats bullshit, Donald’s trips could pay for the next four years.  But he has weakened training in an era,  in that area where China is building offshore bases on islands.  Kim has already won.  We sent a lightweight to a welterweight fight.

WARNING: With U.S.-China trade ties on the rocks, Kim is well-positioned to play both powers, talking sweet to Trump while pursuing a closer relationship with Xi.   YOU THINK?  

It was the plan from the beginning.  The little Rocket Man schmoo-ed him without saying a word.  Donald the great deal maker, well as my poker player friend would say, he done got played...bad. 

Bluffing might work in poker, but bullshit rarely works in politics, and you’ll lose when the cards are exposed.  Kim Jong Un’s wife Ri Sol-Ju, is on the left.

Ri Sol-Ju was only last year "outed" as the supreme leader's wife, having previously stood, unidentified, in photos with him.  
She's around 30 and comes from a well-to-do North Korean family.  
She is very pretty, with great taste in her apparel.   Xi’s wife is very attractive too and both women pose a lot better than their husbands. The rumor mill has been churning out stories that she may have shot a homemade porn film, and that she once led a promiscuous lifestyle.

Kim Jong (Jung) Un ( there are about five different ways his name is spelled when translated ) took over the role of Supreme Leader when the country was already in trouble, with skyrocketing poverty and starvation rates. Still, the supreme leader himself lives a "seven-star party lifestyle."

North Korea has long sought a submarine that can fire ballistic missiles but struggled to create one while under international sanctions. Ballistic-missile submarines give countries like the US and Russia an incomparable deterrent. 

Even if an adversary state somehow found every single nuclear weapon a country possesses and destroyed them before a single shot could be fired in return, a submarine could lurk under the surface to deal a final retaliation blow. 

North Korea has tested several missiles designed to fire from submarines but never fielded a true undersea deterrent. 

The pictures on Monday suggest that Kim is getting close to changing that, although the submarine's crude construction will likely compel it to lurk close to North Korea's shores and out of range of more powerful US subs.


NEW SHORT RANGE SPEED MISSILES TESTED

(CNN) South Korea said that two projectiles launched by North Korea Thursday were a “ ew type of short-range missile" and posed a "military threat" which risked undermining the peace process on the Korean Peninsula. Pyongyang fired two missiles early Thursday toward the East Sea, also known as the Sea of Japan. The first flew approximately 430 kilometers (265 miles), while the second flew 690 kilometers (428 miles), South Korean officials said.

The skies over the East Sea were the scene of a tense standoff this week between Japanese, South Korean, Russian and Chinese warplanes, emphasizing the uncertain nature of a region in which overlapping territorial claims and bullish militaries raise the risk of conflict, even without North Korea entering the mix.

"The government has been closely monitoring the relevant trends and is urging Pyongyang to suspend such activities that are not helpful for efforts to ease military tensions on the Korean Peninsula," ministry spokesman Choi Hyun-soo said. "Going forward, the (South Korean) government will strengthen its monitoring in cooperation and close communication with the US."

"If it's very low and very fast, that shortens warning and decision time," he told CNN. "Those kinds of things could be useful in a retaliatory situation, but it's even more relevant for a first strike. That's part of why we agreed to ban (Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces) during the Cold War."

Thursday's launches come as US national security adviser John Bolton -- a noted hawk on North Korea -- visited South Korea this week to discuss bilateral strategic issues and just a few days after the North Koreans showcased photos of their leader Kim Jong Un inspecting what appeared to be a submarine, in another attempt to signal Pyongyang's military capabilities.

They also follow President Donald Trump's June meeting with Kim in the demilitarized zone and his brief foray into North Korea -- a high-profile visit that has failed to yield any tangible signs of diplomatic progress toward the stated US goal of denuclearization.

"Trump's trip to Panmunjom didn't have its desired effect," Vipin Narang, an associate professor of political science at MIT told CNN. "There's no date for working level talks. Instead, they're still testing -- Kim is touring potentially nuclear capable submarines and firing" missiles.

Narang said that based on initial descriptions early Thursday, at least one of the projectiles was likely a solid-fuel ballistic missile that's been jokingly dubbed the Kimskander, a portmanteau of Kim and the Iskander missile which experts say the North Korean weapon was likely based on.

Trump may meet Kim at the DMZ, but what's the point other than a photo op?

North Korea conducted a similar launch in May, its first missile test since 2017, which served as a clear warning of Kim's frustration at the state of talks with the US. Negotiations had been deadlocked since Trump walked out of their Vietnam summit early in February.

Wednesday's launch may have been North Korea's response to the July 20 announcement that the US and South Korea will conduct joint military exercises as planned next month, in spite of Pyongyang's argument that doing so would breach the agreement President Donald Trump made with Kim, according to Narang.

North Korea’s Foreign Ministry called the drills a "rehearsal of war" in a statement published last week in the country's state-run news agency KCNA.  The statement also warned that North Korea could rethink its decision to stop testing nuclear weapons and intercontinental-range ballistic missiles (ICBMs) if the drills were to go ahead.

"Our discontinuation of the nuclear and ICBM tests and the US suspension of joint military exercises are, to all its intents and purposes, commitments made to improve bilateral relations. They are not a legal document inscribed on a paper," North Korea's Foreign Ministry said.

The US and South Korea regularly conduct joint military drills, but they suspended or scaled back a number of recent exercises part of an effort to ease tensions with Pyongyang.

Speaking of the most recent launches, Narang said they were "no more provocative than before," referring to similar tests Pyongyang conducted in May, "but still tit for tat."

"Kim clearly believes that's a violation of a personal commitment Trump made to him in Singapore," where the US President said the US would drop joint military exercises with South Korea, he told CNN, adding that if the exercises continue, "all bets are off."

“They are clearly signaling that this is a response or a foreshadowing of what might come," Narang added.  Kim Jong Un seen beside apparent submarine in state media photographs  Joel Wit, a senior fellow at the Stimson Center and director of 38 North, a website that tracks North Korea, agreed that Wednesday’s tests are probably not the last move Pyongyang will make.   "It wasn't an accident that someone took a picture of Kim standing in front of a submarine -- that's to show they're tough guys they're strong, they're not going to buckle under to anyone."


KIM TO MAKE MORE MISSILES

Kim Jong-Un’s recent short-range missile tests send some important signals,  They tell North Korean hardliners that Kim remains committed to national defense, even as he negotiates with Washington, and they tell the US that Kim is serious about an end-of-year deadline for the US to change its stance in nuclear talks. If Washington ignores that deadline, bigger provocations could be on the way, they write.

The missiles themselves were noteworthy, and we shouldn’t discount them simply because they can’t cross the Pacific,  They can hit South Korea and Japan.  The missiles were solid-fueled, which makes them easier to move and conceal. They chiefly threaten South Korea—“handy tools to later hold South Koreans and Americans living in the South hostage”

North Korea launched two suspected "short-range missiles" on Thursday, adding yet another complication into Pyongyang's stalled negotiations with the United States and peace talks with South Korea.

The missiles were launched at 4:29 p.m. local (3.29 a.m. ET) and 4:49 p.m. local, and flew eastward, reaching flight ranges of 420 kilometers (260 miles) and 270 kilometers respectively, according to a statement from South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staffs.  They were launched from Kusong in North Korea’s northwest, said South Korea's Defense Ministry, which also told CNN that the missiles had an altitude of around 50 kilometers and landed in the East Sea, also known as the Sea of Japan.

North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un has told his military to maintain a “ Full-combat posture" as tensions continue to rise with the US.  His order follows the firing of three missiles Thursday, the second missile launch in a week.


THE QUEST OF SQUAREHEAD JONG UN 

Russian President Vladimir Putin said he was “pleased” with the outcome of his summit meeting Thursday in the Russian city of Vladivostok with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, saying he would discuss the results with China and the United States.
“We are all pleased with the outcome of the talks -- both I and my colleagues,” the Russian leader said. “Chairman Kim Jong Un is a fairly open person, leading a free discussion on all issues that were on the agenda.”

Asked if Kim would be willing to continue his contact with the US, Putin said the leader in Pyongyang would be guided by his “national interests,” but added that “we can’t resolve anything without talks” when it came to the crisis on the Korean peninsula. Putin, who travels next to Beijing, said he would discuss the summit with his Chinese counterparts.

“Of course, I will speak tomorrow in Beijing with the leadership of the People’s Republic of China, but we will also openly and frankly discuss today's meeting with the American leadership,” he said. “There are no secrets here, Russia's position is always open, there are no conspiracies.” Putin said Kim himself requested that his position be relayed to the US side.  “Moreover, Kim Jong Un himself asked us to inform the American side about his position, about the issues that arose for him in connection with the processes that are taking place on and around the Korean Peninsula,” the Russian president said. 


LATEST THIRD POSSIBLE SUMMIT

04/14/2019 - WASHINGTON  US President Donald T-RUMP said relations with Kim Jong Un remain “ VERY GOOD ” and he opened the door Saturday for a third summit, hours after the North Korean leader said he’s willing to meet as long as the US offers acceptable terms for a deal by year end.   ( “VERY GOOD” = KISS YOUR ASS DIPLOMACY BY T-RUMP)

“I agree with Kim Jong Un of North Korea that our personal relationship remains very good, perhaps the term excellent would be even more accurate,” Trump said Saturday in a tweet. “A third Summit would be good in that we fully understand where we each stand.” 

T-RUMP said he looked forward to a day, “ Which could be soon, when Nuclear Weapons and Sanctions can be removed", And then watching North Korea become one of the most successful nations of the World”  (BS) with lots of  golf courses and hotels. 

In remarks carried earlier Saturday by the official Korean Central News Agency, Kim said he wouldn’t welcome a repeat of the Hanoi summit in February, when Trump walked out without securing a nuclear disarmament deal. While Kim hailed his relationship with Trump, he also said the U.S. has been making unilateral demands and should abandon that approach.

“In any case we will wait with patience for the US courageous decision by the end of this year but it will clearly be tough to get such a good opportunity like the last time,” Kim said in a speech at North Korea’s rubber-stamp legislature, according to the KCNA report.

Kim’s remarks suggest an attempt to breathe new life into the stalled negotiations. While Trump said on Thursday that the door for dialog remains open and a summit “could happen,” he also rejected calls to revive economic projects between North and South Korea. In a leadership shuffle announced Friday, Kim consolidated his power and granted new legitimacy to officials involved in the talks.

“They want to see the U.S. make the next move — that the steps that they took, such as returning war remains and shutting down missile sites, are even more grounds to demand the US to relieve sanctions,” said Kim Hyun-wook, a professor at the Korean National Diplomatic Academy. “However, the US has taken a more hard-line stance since the Hanoi summit.”

ED:  When I see it actually take place I will believe it, otherwise very cautious about anything from Hanoi and Washington, both have little truth in most statements.


BOLTON BOONDOGGLE

03/20/2019 WASHINGTON - Sec. John Bolton said the 2nd summit was not a failure!  He was right... it was another colossal monumental classic T-RUMP unplanned, off the wall, love fest that festered and died.  We call  it a “ festerfeuck”. ( New word in the dictionary)

The officials told reporters that President T-RUMP remains “personally engaged”. Officials said the US is working to tighten pressure on North Korea to “ unprecedented” levels by better enforcing sanctions and other economic measures against the North.  “ This is a new approach,” one senior official said. “ You’ve had piecemeal sanctions over the years.”  Now we can secure a total failure.

What a big double bill it was -- President Donald T-RUMP taking the world stage for a SECOND nuclear summit with Kim Jong Un of North Korea who appears to be the chef in these maneuvers. Meanwhile Kim Jung Un was contemplating Vietnamese 👍🏼Duck Sauce or Chinese Mustard with the leftovers.  (I like both combined)

Kim Jung Un clearly made the president the biggest jackass the world has seen in a long time.  He has outsmarted the golden fake hair wonder making him travel around the world twice responding to love letters that are as full of sh*t as the two of them. 


T-RUMP LIES AGAIN ABOUT OTTO WARMBIER

When asked about the treatment of Otto Warmbier, an American student who spent 17 months in North Korean detention before being returned to the US in a vegetative state and subsequently dying, T-RUMP denied Kim had been aware of the incident.  "He felt badly about it.  He felt very badly,” Trump added. “I don’t believe that he (Kim) would have allowed that to happen.   

I HAVE ONE WORD FOR T-RUMP, YOU ARE A FRICKIN IDIOT,  A LYING BASTARD, 
AND COWARD TO BELIEVE KIM JONG UN,  AND STAND FOR HIM… YOU ARE A TRAITOR… 
YOU ARE UNFIT TO BE THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Washington (CNN)  Joseph Yun, the former State Department Special Representative for North Korea, confirmed Monday that he signed an agreement to pay North Korea $2 million for the release of American student Otto Warmbier in 2017. 

In an interview with CNN's Jim Sciutto, Yun said that he did so with the approval of then-Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and that it was his understanding President Donald Trump had also signed off on the decision. 

"As soon as North Korea side told me that this bill for $2 million would have to be paid ... I contacted my boss then-Secretary of State Rex Tillerson,” Yun said, noting that Tillerson “ ot back to me very quickly thereafter to say yes, go ahead and sign.”  It had to of been OK’ed by T-RUMP, no one else could authorize it.

North Korea presented US with $2 million bill for care of Otto Warmbier, but T-RUMP says US didn’t pay.   The former US Special Representative added that it was his understanding the decision had been approved by Trump himself. 

"That was my understanding. I never asked him, but that was my understanding,” he said when asked if he believed Tillerson had Trump's approval.  The Trump administration has said no money has been paid for release of Warmbier, who was in a comatose state at the time of his release from North Korean custody and died a few days after returning to the United States.

Yun said he does not know if the T-RUMP administration plans to pay, but believes the US should meet their end of the pledge and pay the North Koreans. 


THE LATEST FAILURE HANOII

MOE, LARRY, AND CURLY INSTEAD OF  BOLTON, T-RUMP AND POMPEO

A classic T-RUMP clusterf*ck of immense proportion and alarming...and STUPIDITY.  He acted like a real FAKE president. KIM meanwhile gets world recognition, the president of the United States traveling and groveling 20 hours off Air Force one for a fake photo-op and Kim wins, getting a chance at two days in Vietnam to win friends and trading partners.  And T-RUMP was weak, stupid and placated enough to this murdering little man.

They (N. Koreans) have built more powerful weapons, better secure locations, better ties with China, the South, and other parts on the peninsulas in the South East Asia regional area as a nuclear power.  And their cyber hackers cracked the shit out of major companies in the US while Donald the Patsy was kissing the little bastards ass.  Why is Kim laughing, he just stuck Donald with the lunch bill and why is Donald is frothing at the mouth, he’s thinking he looks like a negotiator.  Actuall real talks took place...kee[ reading...


THE TRUTH IS REAL WITH CHINA

TOP SECRET MEETINGS - CHINA AND NORTH KOREA HAVE THEIR OWN SLANT ON THINGS

1️⃣  Kim–Xi meetings is a series of summits between North Korea and China during the year 2018.  North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong-Un secretly met with Chinese paramount leader Xi Jinping on March 25–28, 2018.

2️⃣   Xi made a classified invitation to Kim to visit China, after which Kim visited Beijing used his bullet proof train to travel to the three-day meeting in DalianLiaoning, China.  

3️⃣   Kim and Xi had a third surprise meeting on June 19–20, 2018.  This is the second time China’s paramount leader Xi Jinping has met Kim Jong-un in two months, and Xi Jinping reaffirmed his state visit to Pyongyang by the end of 2018. 


THE NORTH KOREAN PHOTO-OP PROBLEM

BOTTOM LINE NOT SUCCESSFUL SO FAR

The First Summit North Korean agreement in kind is printable, available on the web and down loadable to Desktops, iPads, Smart Phones, Androids and also for those illiterates still using fax and carrier pigeons.  TRUMP is making claims about how great it went and how much he achieved. We are still looking for that to happen, more fake news is expected since no one knows what they talked about.  Experts mostly bullshit...

In an exclusive offer, the agreement is pre-printed on 200 sheet high-quality toilet paper (expect small print) so you can serve it as double duty (doody)   First, after you read it, wipe the tears of laughter with it.  Then wipe your butt.  Not the other way around!  This should wipe out any and I mean any misconceptions of not putting Donald’s work to good use.  

Donald J Trump and Kim Jung Un  (Jong-un, Jung-un)
25,000 Miles, a million dollars each trip wasted and the idiot forgot to get the order signed...

Summit is a cool term for really bigly photo-op,  it was a chance for the (tough) deal-making blowhard Trump to show his macho,  in a world stage and a bigger gain for the mini-killer Kim Jung Un who makes the Nazi Doctor Mengele look like Mother Teresa’s helper.   

T-RUMP acted very fatherly in his body language guiding and teaching Kim Jung Un the fine art of posing and facial expression for the TV cameras and how to stand, look important, perfectly quaffed and polished, positive and confident.   About as phony as two ass-clowns can be.   

Truly his best “puker” to date.  Sincere ? Who is kidding who?  Who wrote that line into the agreement.   Must have been the head liar, Steven Miller.  

Donald did KIM a favor, he brought him out to the world stage.  Kim knows he has Donald by the short hairs or in Donald’s case the swept hairs.

The training events we have for security are cancelled to “ save money”.  Thats bullshit, Donald’s trips could pay for the next four years.  But he has weakened training in an era,  in that area where China is building offshore bases on islands.  Kim has already won.  We sent a lightweight to a welterweight fight.

WARNING: With U.S.-China trade ties on the rocks, Kim is well-positioned to play both powers, talking sweet to Trump while pursuing a closer relationship with Xi.   YOU THINK?  

It was the plan from the beginning.  The little Rocket Man schmoo-ed him without saying a word.  Donald the great deal maker, well as my poker player friend would say, he done got played...bad. 

Bluffing might work in poker, but bullshit rarely works in politics, and you’ll lose when the cards are exposed.  Kim Jong Un’s wife Ri Sol-Ju, is on the left.

Ri Sol-Ju was only last year "outed" as the supreme leader's wife, having previously stood, unidentified, in photos with him.  
She's around 30 and comes from a well-to-do North Korean family.  
She is very pretty, with great taste in her apparel.   Xi’s wife is very attractive too and both women pose a lot better than their husbands. The rumor mill has been churning out stories that she may have shot a homemade porn film, and that she once led a promiscuous lifestyle.

Kim Jong (Jung) Un ( there are about five different ways his name is spelled when translated ) took over the role of Supreme Leader when the country was already in trouble, with skyrocketing poverty and starvation rates. Still, the supreme leader himself lives a "seven-star party lifestyle."

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