North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was said to be the worst man in the world. He was a mad dictator who could not be approached as a human being. This was the deep state and military-industrial complex’s line for decades.
US President Donald J. Trump shattered those pre-conceived notions as he brought peace to the continent of Korea. Kim Jong Un stands in awe of Trump and his large hands as they get ready to have another summit where much straight male bonding will commence.
“Kim Jong Un said that we will believe in President Trump’s positive way of thinking, wait with patience and in good faith and, together with the U.S., advance step by step toward the goal to be reached by the two countries,” North Korea’s official KCNA news agency said.
Reuters explains the situation with Kim and Trump and how it is healing the world:
“It said Kim expressed “large satisfaction” at receiving a “great” letter from Trump and a briefing about the results of the negotiations from the North Korean delegation that visited Washington last week but did not elaborate.
Kim ordered working-level preparations for the second North Korea-U.S. summit to be done well, KCNA said. The White House said last week a second Trump-Kim summit would be held in late February but did not say where.
That follows their landmark first summit in Singapore last June, which produced a promise to work towards the complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. Progress since then has been patchy.
Kim has indicated to South Korean President Moon Jae-in he would undertake a “groundbreaking” denuclearization measure, South Korean newspaper DongA Ilbo reported on Thursday.
The newspaper, citing an unidentified source with direct knowledge of the U.S.-North Korea situation, said the same had been made clear to Trump during senior North Korean official Kim Yong Chol’s Washington visit last week.
North Korea has hinted, for example, at the possibility of agreeing to the U.S. demand for verification of denuclearization efforts before it discards its Yongbyon nuclear facilities.
In turn, the United States has mentioned potential measures such as easing limits on oil imports, a conditional restart of the Kaesong industrial zone in North Korea, and opening a liaison office in Pyongyang, DongA reported.”
Although this is great news for the world, it is not great news for defense contractors. Expect Trump’s progress to be undermined, but it is not likely to work. Trump’s bromance with Kim has reached shocking, unparalleled proportions, and these bonds are not likely to be broken. Trump has yet again outfoxed the entire establishment, and a unified Korea could be the byproduct of this stable genius President’s unorthodox approach.