North Korea  —  T-RUMP shares poetry and loves Kim Jong Un until the little guy played him as fool very well on the worldwide stage three times and now has a sufficient supply of nuclear tools and the parts to deliver them with.  T-RUMP failed and failed three big times, everyone knew that but him, it’s called ego blockage or mental masterbation,  but had great photo-ops.  As long as you don’t look too close.

Sidebar:  Best explained by the noted author Hiram Fartworth who did the color work on the TV coverage.  Kim Jung Un was brilliant and powerful watching Donald T-RUMP ass-kiss his way into his traps and the talks went nowhere,  got nothing, did not save the world,  North Korea is stronger and more dangerous than ever, and Donald went home with excuses and more lies. His wet dream all f*ked up.  

—  No more love letters from Kim Jung Un,  “ Squarehead” KIM is happy, T-RUMP bought him time to create a huge nuclear arsenal now and the means to deliver it in threats.   Now his ego is world leader talk  … more lies… It was ll a big Photo-session and now more than ever China will be Squarehead Kim’s ally, not the US. Talk says that T-RUMP, the great deal maker got screwed and got walked all over again and again played by a kid.






Seoul, South Korea (CNN)  —  President Donald T-RUMP has been unique among American leaders for his willingness to personally engage with Kim, providing him with a sense of legitimacy on the world stage, even though those efforts have since stalled.  More like photo-ops, big trips, big promises, bigger bullsh*t,  with no substance this is T-RUMP a liar, failure, and no balls.

“For them, T-RUMP was a big deal, they had three summit meetings, unprecedented meetings." No photo-ops for T-RUMP claiming everything and delivering nothing…  

The highly unusual relationship was underscored by the countless missives, described by T-RUMP as “love letters," That the two men exchanged during Trump's four years in office.  Verbal blowjobs, no substance — Kim Squarehead clearly outclassed Captain Blubber, his new name after England where he dressed like and Orca.

He Talks The Talk,  He Fails, People Starve —    When the world’s youngest dictator addressed his 25 million or so people on May 7, 2016, he made a bold promise.   In just five years, the livelihoods of all North Koreans would be markedly improved, said Kim Jong Un, then 32 years old. North Korea would become a “  highly civilized socialist country" whose people would enjoy the “  conditions and environment for leading a wealthy and a highly civilized life to their heart's content," Kim said.

Kills Thousands  —  The goal was ambitious bordering on impossible.  At the time, North Korea was one of the world's poorest countries, and an international pariah restrained by economic sanctions for its dogged pursuit of a nuclear weapons program. 

Kim blamed “  Un-expected and inevitable challenges in various aspects and the situation in the region surrounding the Korean peninsula,” according to a report published by North Korea’s state-run news agency KCNA.  State media didn't specify which challenges, but they are likely to include sanctions, the coronavirus pandemic and fallout from recent floods.

October 10 will still be celebrated, though it's unclear how the country will adapt its customary military parades amid the coronavirus pandemic.   Satellite images taken in August and September appear to show rehearsals are underway, according to an analysis by North Korea specialty website 38-North. Diplomacy was the logical next move.  Kim now had his weapons and he was ready to talk. 


NK Translation “ 머리가 뚱뚱하고 사람들을 죽이는 사람 

Supreme Fearless Leader 

Kim Jong-Un (officially transcribed Kim Jong Un;  Korean: 김정은)  
Born 8 January 1982, 1983, or 1984)
He is a North Korean politician.  In addition a murderer and ruler of millions of impoverished and imprisoned countrymen.

He has been Supreme Leader of North Korea since 2011 and Chairman of the Workers’ Party of Korea since 2012.  Kim is the second child of Kim Jong-il 1941–2011), the country’s second leader from 1994 to 2011, and Ko Yong-hui (1952–2004).

He is the grandson of Kim Il-sung, who was the founder and first leader of North Korea from 1948 to 1994. Kim is the first North Korean leader who was born after the country’s founding, and is also the second youngest leader currently serving head of government in the world.  

He was voted in as leader by his Congress ( as corrupt as our Senators are) by 98-2.  The two were later probably shot. Vegas odds 30,000-1

Three Meetings, Two Leaders, Disagreement  — Things had largely been going Kim's way until he met Trump in the Vietnamese capital. By that point, the young North Korean leader had arguably completed an advanced nuclear weapons program; repaired relations with longtime ally China; and held a meeting with a sitting US president, a propaganda victory his father and his grandfather -- the man who founded North Korea -- had only dreamed of.

Kim came to Hanoi ready to make a deal to shut down Yongbyon, the biggest and best-known facility in North Korea that produced fissile material for nuclear weapons, in exchange for sanctions relief, according to Trump's former national security adviser, John Bolton. 

But Trump's administration vowed that sanctions relief would not come before Kim surrendered his nuclear weapons. 

North Korea had struck phased, step-by-step nuclear deals with previous US administrations, but all those had failed. Trump and his aides made it clear it was time for something new. 

Trump wanted some sort of "big deal" that saw North Korea give up its nuclear program quickly for immediate sanctions relief. A top State Department official said Washington was seeking something like a nuclear down payment.

But such a deal requires a modicum of trust, something the two sides do not have.  North Korea has long looked at leaders like Muammar Gadhafi of Libya -- who gave up his incipient nuclear weapons program in exchange for financial relief, only to be overthrown by US-backed forces years later -- as cautionary tales.

They Never Learn  —  Seoul  —  (CNN) North Korea fired at least one ballistic missile from its eastern coast on Tuesday morning,  10/18/2021, according to South Korean and Japanese officials.

The launch took place in the port city of Sinpo, Hamgyong province, at about 10 a.m. local time Tuesday (9 p.m. ET Monday), South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said. In a text to reporters, the JCS said it appeared to be a  Submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM). 

South Korea's Defense Ministry said the missile is estimated to have been fired from the sea, but has yet to confirm whether it was launched from a submarine. Sinpo is home to a North Korean naval shipyard.

Japan's Deputy Secretary General Yoshihiko Isozaki said two ballistic missiles were estimated to be fired during Tuesday's launch, while South Korea's military only announced one projectile. 

"North Korea's latest actions threaten the peace and security of Japan and the region," Isozaki said. "Furthermore, the continued ballistic missile launches pose a serious challenge not just for Japan but for the entire international community."

Tuesday's test was "extremely regrettable" and violated UN Security Council resolutions, Isozaki added.   Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said Japan would "respond resolutely" to North Korea's action in a tweet on Tuesday.

South Korea's National Security Council (NSC) expressed "deep regret" over the launch, according to a text sent to reporters by the Presidential Office Blue House, adding it came while South Korea, the United States, China, Japan and Russia were "actively" in discussions to achieve peace in the Korean Peninsula.

In a meeting held following the launch, NSC standing committee members called on North Korea to engage in dialogue, emphasizing the importance of stability in the region, the Blue House said.

The latest North Korean test follows months of seesawing tensions on the Korean Peninsula. Pyongyang has been testing a growing number of projectiles in 2021, including what it claimed was a new hypersonic missile in late September.

At the same time, relations have been warming between North and South Korea, with Pyongyang agreeing to reopen official communications with Seoul on October 4.

South and North Korea spoke on a joint-communication line at 9 a.m. local time Tuesday, prior to the reported missile launch, a South Korean Unification Ministry official said, but the North did not discuss the launch during the call.

Pandemic problems  —  North Korea might be one of the most isolated countries in the world, but its close proximity and relations with China meant it couldn't take any chances when the coronavirus emerged in the Chinese city of Wuhan.

Foreign travel to North Korea was extremely limited even before the pandemic, but in January the country shut its borders, announced a "state emergency" and set up anti-epidemic headquarters around the country.

The decision made sense. Doctors who have defected in recent years paint a picture of a derelict health care system in dire need of upgrades. North Korea's medical infrastructure would likely be overwhelmed in the event of a major outbreak. Strictly enforcing public health measures and closing the border have likely helped prevent the virus from spreading.

Historic flooding this summer brought on by major storms also strained resources. With the pandemic raging and sanctions still in place, it was clear that Kim's aim to give his people a "wealthy and a highly civilized life" would not pan out. 

The Show Will Go On  —  “ Secret Strategic Weapon ”  — Kim may not be able to celebrate economic glory on October 10, but experts predict he will use the opportunity to give the world a glimpse of some of North Korea’s newest advanced weaponry — perhaps the mysterious “ Strategic weapon" he teased at the start of the year. He did and this is it…  But he also gave them the Bullsh*t Bomb…Donald T-RUMP Live…


How to make a phony two phony bastards look sincere…For the Photo-Op


— THE PRESIDENT: “ I will help you, sell out my country and get you a T-RUMP hotel”
THE SUPREME LEADER: “ Thanks but no thanks, I’m keeping my missiles and Nukes  —  


THE PRESIDENT: “ I will help you, sell out my country and get you a T-RUMP hotel”
THE SUPREME LEADER:  This jerk is dumber than a rock
 actually a bunch of rocks!


THE PRESIDENT: “ I will help you, sell out my country and get you a T-RUMP hotel”
THE SUPREME LEADER: “ Thanks but no thanks, You may kiss my ring now and go home.











There is one thing the GOP does right!   Obstructionism and Dancing Around With Facts.  ... The GOP attacks evenly, every recruit spinning the same lies, regardless of whether it on TV or print.   The pitch is to the same drummer, with the same beat and after numerous talking head interviews on the TV, it’s the same coordinated rhetoric.  Just like these super marching stars.

The “ Stechschritt” or high kick is intended to intimidate the enemy by demonstrating both discipline and devotion”.   In the West however,  it was determined the step is used to get or kick the person in front of them to go into the minefield first.   The winner is the third leg in the second row from the left who clearly could have kicked the one in front of her for a field goal.


These are the famed North Korean Goose-steppers, Rocket-man’s personal show group just back from a world Communist tour of incredible precision and graceful coordination.   They easily out-shined groups from Africa, China, South America, Mesopotamia, Iran, and the combined Syrian/Lebanon Hezbollah team.

Last Years Winners Were The Russian High Steppers 


In North Korea The Toilet Bowl Hat The Style Of The Hats Denotes Rank…  

Higher the rank, the bigger the hat to accompany the huge amount of technical information and populist cranial crap that Kim Jung Un wrote about himself.  Praise, worship and self adoration en-mass so they can write them down in their little books they all take notes in.  

At a press party the other night one of the journalists commented when these Generals are around Kim Jung Un they all take notes, applaud, complement him, smile and wear their big hats.

On KIMS left, your right Colonel General Fok-tup is teaching his top officers not to submit blank sheets of paper with    너 바위 보스  or neo bawi boseu. (Translation: “you rock boss”).  He wants to see what they wrote, since he can’t remember what KIM said either.  

North Korea — No More Love Letters From Kim Jung Un 

Lots Of Promises, Love Letters Lots Of Photo-Ops, And Grand Standing Images Regardless It Turned Into A Magnum Sized Expensive Bullsh*T Session And No Treaty… Kim Jung Un Beat Three Presidents, T-Rump Was A Lapdog Layover Loser… And Kim Laughs At Him…

North Korea has blown up -- as in, completely destroyed -- an office used for talks between itself and South Korea. If ever there were a sign that the relationship between the adversaries is deteriorating, this is it. The building has been closed for months due to the COVID-19, but it was obviously a symbol of goodwill between the nations. 

North Korea says it decided to raze the office as yet another retaliatory measure against South Korea after defectors used balloons to send anti-North Korean leaflets of the DMZ. 

The country recently announced it is cutting all ties with South Korea over the incident and will remilitarize parts of the Korean border that have been dormant for years. It's illegal -- and extremely risky -- for average North Koreans to consume literature or entertainment that's not approved by the government. Experts also suspect North Korea’s recent actions may be its attempt to gin up a crisis.