President Trump has a way of doing things. Let’s call it the “Trump Way.” The Trump Way is demonstrated in the way Trump makes deals. In his book, “The Art of the Deal,” Trump talks about using your leverage. This is what he says: “The worst thing you can possibly do in a deal is seem desperate to make it. That makes the other guy smell blood, and then you’re dead.”
At the heart of the Trump Way is the ability to walk away from a bad deal.
In negotiating any deal, the key points of the transaction must be communicated accurately to the other party. I must, of course, be certain that the deal will be a successful one for me, while at the same time convincing the other party that making a deal with me is in his or her best interest. In other words, I have to make the other party think, “If I don’t make this deal, it’s my loss.”
What is the deal that Trump is offering Kim Jong-un? Support in the form of cash sent directly to North Korea is out of the question. North Korea must get rid of all its nuclear weapons and satisfy the United States that it has done so. If North Korea does this, then US businesses will invest in North Korea in order to provide a way for the North Korean people to eat and live. The US will also ensure that Kim Jong-un is not killed by his own people like Gaddafi. This is not a guarantee of regime survival, but rather certain protections for his personal survival. The alternative for Kim Jong-un is death as a result of a military strike.
When President Trump recently announced that the Singapore summit was being canceled, Pyongyang responded almost immediately in an attempt to save the summit. This shows how desperate they are.
Trump has reached the conclusion that North Korea’s communist regime must be completely overthrown. The only question is how this outcome will be achieved. Will it be necessary to go to war? Or will Kim Jong-un voluntarily accept such an outcome? Neither is what Kim Jong-un wants, but he has no power to demand something else. That is the reality.
President Trump is putting more weight on proceeding with the former option. Why? Because of the implications it has on taking down communist China.
What is President Trump’s objective?
He wants to win the war against the Globalists. Even before his election, he had begun to fight this war. To this end, it is essential to destroy the Globalists’ war assets. For example, terrorists such as IS are used by the Globalists. These are low-level assets. High-level assets are those that control the sovereignty of nations. Three communists – Xi Jinping, Kim Jong-un, and Moon Jae-in – are the Globalists’ core war assets.
Globalists’ core war assets
Let’s analyze these Globalist war assets.
1. Xi Jinping
First, let’s look at Xi Jinping. He has a lot of problems to worry about.
China will collapse and split up. That process has already started. It began with the Tiananmen Square Massacre.
Consider the fact that China is a country with many different ethnic groups and many provinces. Perhaps the most powerful province is Zhejiang province, which holds 22% of China’s military power and 35% of its economic power. Because of Zhejiang’s importance, Beijing always needs to consider this province when making decisions. If the people of Zhejiang are upset with Beijing, they have the power to cause serious disruptions.
When China was in the process of becoming communist, its then leader Deng Xiaoping made a deal. He promised that the government, even in the future when the communization process was finished, would not challenge the authority and economic power of Zhejiang province.
Today, if Xi Jinping were to cross the line and intervene in Zhejiang province’s affairs, in violation of the deal that was made, or if Xi Jinping were to try to seize control of some other area in China, there would be civil war. The “One China” dream that he loves to talk about would be over.
Even if only the military power attributable to Zhejiang province is used, that firepower alone can destroy the Korean Peninsula, as well as Japan.
What is interesting is that Zhejiang province’s leadership is not communist. Therefore, they are not controlled by the identity of communist China. They only made a deal with the communists for the benefit of both parties.
This means that there is always the possibility that they can rise up and challenge Xi Jinping. They are like a fork in the road to Xi Jinping’s dream of permanent ruling power. Will it be shattered? Or will it be achieved?
2. Kim Jong-un
Next, let’s look at Kim Jong-un. He has a dilemma. No matter what he does, it looks like it will not end well for him.
Kim Jong-un thought that he could use the threat of nuclear weapons to extort concessions from Trump. But he was wrong. Kim Jong-un’s nuclear threats are a nonstarter with President Trump. They go nowhere.
North Korea’s economic situation is the worst. The world knows how the regime starves its people so they can live in luxury. But now we hear reports that members of North Korea’s army are starving. This is a sure sign that Kim Jong-un’s regime has no more money.
The conclusion to draw from this is that we are at the point right before the regime collapses.
3. Moon Jae-in
Finally, let’s look at Moon Jae-in’s situation. He is in a state of panic.
Moon Jae-in’s government has no legitimacy. He unconstitutionally usurped Korea’s sovereignty, and he has committed treason against the Republic of Korea by conspiring with the country’s enemies. He is a traitor of the worst kind.
He has no international status. Foreign heads of state do not want to engage with him. Indeed, why would they want to meet with someone who is about to be ousted from office? They should want to keep their distance from him.
Moon Jae-in is probably thinking, “I trusted the powers behind me, but in the end I’m going to look like a fool.” Who are the powers behind him? Kim Jong-un, Xi Jinping, and Henry Kissinger. It looks like they are all losing to Trump. Moon Jae-in didn’t realize this until it was too late.
The worst scenario
Although Kim Jong-un and Moon Jae-in’s time is nearly up, we know they will conspire against the US and their own Korean people until the very end.
Their plan is to prevent Trump from being able to use military force. How can they do this? By creating a scenario in which the Korean people are hostages to terrorism and slaughter. If terrorism comes to South Korea, Moon Jae-in would declare martial law. Under such chaotic circumstances, it would be difficult for the US military to maneuver. And if the US military wanted to take action, there would be more terrorism as a message to Trump to cease further action or deal with even worse acts of terror.
Moon Jae-in’s illegitimate regime has allowed thousands of Arab migrants to enter South Korea recently. It is suspected that many of them are terrorists who can be activated upon a moment’s notice. By using people from a third country, it creates the appearance that the terrorist acts are not connected to Moon Jae-in and Kim Jong-un.
To prevent this scenario from becoming reality, the US should take aggressive steps, and even a preemptive attack. In the short term, this scenario is the greatest threat against the deployment of US military force. Therefore, it is urgent that President Trump implement measures on the Korean Peninsula similar to, and even beyond, what the Jerusalem Declaration did for Israel.
Three things that need to happen
To this end, three things need to happen. There needs to be immediate contact between Trump and representatives of the Korean Teguki Patriots. Trump should immediately take measures to have Moon Jae-in arrested. Trump should immediately take measures to return President Park Geun-hye to the Blue House.
President Park’s strengths and weaknesses
At this point, let’s take a moment to look at President Park’s strengths and weaknesses from the perspective of American foreign policy.
What are her strengths?
First, because the March 10, 2017 Constitutional Court ruling and the May 9, 2017 special election were unconstitutional, she is legally the current president of the Republic of Korea.
Second, she is clearly a conservative, anti-communist, and pro-American president.
Finally, the majority of the Korean Teguki Patriots – the conservative and patriotic citizens of South Korea – support the return of Park Geun-hye to the Blue House.
What are her weaknesses?
First, she can be indecisive and weak. This is even despite promises of support from the US.
Second, she was reluctant to support the declaration of martial law by the US, which ultimately led to her unconstitutional removal from office on March 10, 2017.
Finally, even if President Park is returned to the Blue House, there are doubts about her ability to lead.
What is President Trump’s best option?
Let’s start by looking at what’s happening with the other players. Kim Jong-un and Moon Jae-in’s goal is to cease hostilities between the two Koreas through a peace agreement. We know this is just a show. The script was written by Kissinger. The actors are Xi Jinping, Kim Jong-un, and Moon Jae-in. In their production, they are trying to capture Trump. If the Singapore summit takes place, we can be sure that these three individuals will form a unified front and seek to put the pressure on Trump.
There is a way for Trump to avoid that scenario. Moon Jae-in’s meeting with Kim Jong-un at Panmunjom was an act that violated the US-ROK Mutual Defense Treaty. Therefore, Trump has the justification to have Moon Jae-in arrested. Trump should abandon the Singapore talks immediately and commence military action.
The crafty Kissinger is nearing his end, but he is making one more last-ditch attempt to realize his agenda. Now is the time for Trump to take military action. He must strike before the enemy moves.
Restore the President Park Geun-hye & Meet Teguki Patriots
To summarize, President Trump should take action towards restoring President Park Geun-hye to the Blue House, which necessarily requires the ouster of Moon Jae-in, and meeting with representatives of the Korean Teguki Patriots.
Because it is not possible for Trump to meet with President Park right now, he must meet with those who stand in her place. That position is occupied by the Korean Teguki Patriots. They are representing President Park, the true leader who represents the Republic of Korea’s identity as a liberal democracy. The representatives of the Korean Teguki Patriots will be the leaders of the “Re-founding of the Republic of Korea”.
It is appropriate for President Trump to meet a delegation from the Korean Teguki Patriots right away and begin preparations to restore the sovereignty of the Republic of Korea.★
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