Rocket Man Kim Sent Us a Very Nice Letter! - P.O.W. Report

Friday, July 13, 2018

Rocket Man Kim Sent Us a Very Nice Letter!

By the way, Marijuana is legal in NoKo...I mean how bad could the place be? 


The four-paragraph letter - an upbeat missive in which Kim voices hope in a "new future" and speaks of his "invariable trust" in Trump - is dated Jul 6, the day Secretary of State Mike Pompeo landed in North Korea for what turned out to be acrimonious talks with Kim's regime.[...]

Addressing Trump, Kim describes their Jun 12 summit in Singapore, and the resulting joint statement, as the "start of a meaningful journey."

"I firmly believe that the strong will, sincere efforts and unique approach of myself and Your Excellency Mr. President aimed at opening up a new future between the DPRK and the U.S. will surely come to fruition," Kim writes, according to the translation tweeted by the president.

"I deeply appreciate the energetic and extraordinary efforts made by Your Excellency Mr President for the improvement of relations between the two countries and the faithful implementation of the joint statement," he adds.

Kim also voices hope "the invariable trust and confidence in Your Excellency Mr. President will be further strengthened in the future process of taking practical actions."

Pompeo travelled to Pyongyang for two days last week in a bid to flesh out denuclearisation commitments made during last month's historic summit.

Speaking afterwards in Tokyo, Pompeo insisted the talks were making progress and were being conducted in "good faith."

This is in stark contrast to what the fake news media (from BOTH sides of the isle) has been telling us is happening the last couple of days.

Mike Pompeo keeps clinging to a hopeless North Korea policy:

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo shot back against North Korea on Sunday, saying the regime’s criticism that U.S. negotiators acted in a “gangster-like” way during his two-day visit to Pyongyang was unfounded.

“If those requests were gangster-like, the world is a gangster,” said Pompeo, noting that U.S. demands for North Korea to denuclearize were supported by a consensus among U.N. Security Council members.

Pompeo has been claiming for weeks that North Korea agreed to something that it never agreed to do, and now that there is no doubt that he has been wrong about this he doesn’t have a good explanation. It may be that other Security Council members agree that North Korea should disarm, but that doesn’t matter as long as North Korea flatly rejects that demand. Their refusal to do the very thing that Pompeo claims North Korea already accepted underscores why the public can’t trust Pompeo’s assessment. [...]

Now that he has been embarrassed once again, Pompeo lashes out at media coverage:

Mr. Pompeo blamed the media for the stark differences in how he assessed the talks compared to how North Korea’s Foreign Ministry viewed them.

“If I paid attention to what the press said, I’d go nuts,” he said.

In fact, the press is just relaying the competing versions of events. Pompeo’s predicament is that his account of what North Korea has agreed to and what it will agree to doesn’t match up with the publicly available facts. The more that he complains about the easy questions that he can’t answer and the accurate reporting that he can’t refute, the harder it is for anyone to take his claims about this process seriously.

Pompeo has a legitimate case, WHY IS THE MEDIA AND EVERY 'ELITE' PUSHING FOR WAR WITH NORTH KOREA? First it was, "we can't talk to North Korea because there will be a Nuclear War". Then it was, "there will be a Nuclear War because Kim won't disarm after talking with Trump." Shortly later, "There is no nuclear war but...but....but....Kim Jung Un smokes and has a bad hair cut!" 

What the hell is wrong with these people? Why can't we just make peace with these damn countries and stop fighting??? Talking about making peace with countries...

It's not just Afghanistan, it's Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Niger and North Korea. Why are American tax dollars funding these pointless wars and political tensions?

That's a rhetorical question btw....

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