Kim's brainwashed North Korean citizens 'would fight to the death'

Lester Mason
January 13, 2018

It doesn't look like President Trump changed his mind on North Korea but tactically he doesn't want to antagonize North Korea this time, because South and North Korea, the talks between the two countries are in progress. I'm not saying I have or haven't.

Trump stunned the United Nations in August by vowing that North Korea would be met by "fire and fury" if it threatened the USA or its allies.

"I think that we will have peace through strength". However, the South Korean president said that the talks would only be held if Pyongyang agreed to meet certain conditions. He clarified he was not saying he has spoken to him or not, but just simply did not want to comment on it. Trump is Kim's senior by 37 years.

The possibility North Korea could send Choe Ryong Hae, arguably North Korea's second-most powerful man, is higher. Kim has dismissed Trump as a "dotard" and "frightened dog" in public statements.

Putin's praise follows President Trump boasting that he was responsible for the diplomatic developments.


"You'll see that a lot with me", he said, "and then all of the sudden somebody's my best friend".

White House spokespeople didn't immediately respond to questions about whether Trump and Kim had spoken.

Russian President Vladimir Putin called Kim Jong Un "shrewd and mature" on Thursday and claimed the North Korean dictator had "won" his most recent standoff with the West over his nuclear program, Reuters reported.

The White House said on Wednesday Mr Trump is open to the United States holding talks with North Korea "under the right circumstances" after his ally, South Korean President Moon Jae-in signalled a willingness to sit down with Kim. The expert adds that since the upcoming 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics could be used as a platform for peaceful dialogue, Trump's latest comments might be a strategic way of bringing North Korea to the discussion table.

Kim has vowed never to give up his country's nuclear weapons, regarding them as his last line of defence against a U.S. invasion. The two nations made a bilateral agreement to hold talks that would ease the military tension that has rocked since the Korean War which ended by an armistice in 1953.

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