Friday, January 12, 2018

South Korea’s president credits Trump for talks with North Korea

Quite seriously. i do think that North Korea has been presented with a serious ultimatum by both China and Russia who have no desire to end up paying for the mess that is North Korea.  The USA military may also have demonstrated anti personnel laser warfare from gravity ships you cannot even see.
With zero support  left from their sponsors  and a truly generous deal on the table with potential USA guarantees and likely Chinese and Russian guarantees as well, it is certainly high time to have plenty of friendly conversations so that surprise! surprise!, we have great options available that allows for a face saving merger.  Better yet, South Korea can pay for all this while also enhancing trade with China and Japan if that is even possible considering how enhanced that already is.

There is now real optimism that we may actually avoid an actual demonstration of force.  Certainly Trump has become optimistic, but he is a true believer of the power of self interest.  Thus the US Carrier Task Force as a firm reminder of how WWII ended for Japan.  One cannot imagine a greater loss of face.

South Korea’s president credits Trump for talks with North Korea

By Dave Boyer - The Washington Times - Wednesday, January 10, 2018

South Korea’s president said Wednesday that President Trump “deserves big credit” for renewed talks between South and North Korea, and that Mr. Trump has offered to negotiate personally with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

“It could be a resulting work of the U.S.-led sanctions and pressure,” President Moon Jae-in told reporters. “I think President Trump deserves big credit for bringing about the inter-Korean talks.”

Mr. Trump told Mr. Moon in a phone call that he is open to talking with North Korea, the South’s presidential office said. Mr. Trump also said there would be no military action while talks are ongoing, the statement said.

The White House said that Mr. Moon thanked the president “for his influential leadership in making the talks possible.”

The North-South talks, held on Tuesday, were the first in two years, and North Korea announced that it would send a delegation to the Olympics in Pyeongchang next month. Mr. Trump said Vice President Mike Pence will lead the U.S. delegation to the games.

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