Why is President Trump going to Singapore? Let’s take a look at some of the circumstances and events related to the upcoming talks.
First, the conditions demanded of Kim Jong-un have not changed. If that’s the case, there is no reason for Trump to go.
Could it be that Trump himself decided to grab a Singapore-bound ticket first? That may very well be the case. Why? Because Trump is in the process of driving Kim Jong-un and the people around him, such as Henry Kissinger and Moon Jae-in, into a corner like rats.
In preparation for the Singapore talks, North Korea’s former spy chief, Kim Yong Chol, flew to the US to meet with President Trump and other officials.
What is the message that Kim Yong Chol conveyed to Trump on behalf of Kim Jong-un? On the surface, it was about Kim Jong-un’s unconditional surrender, though not necessarily in those words.
The key component of the message was the acceptance of denuclearization. However, the truth is that Kim Jong-un is lying.
A recent CIA report stated that North Korea would NEVER give up its nuclear weapons. Many experts and observers have said the same thing.
So why is Trump going to Singapore even while knowing that Kim Jong-un CANNOT be trusted? Because his sights are not set on Kim Jong-un alone, they are set on Kissinger as well.
Some have pointed out that National Security Advisor John Bolton was absent from the meetings with Kim Yong Chol.
Why wasn’t Bolton there? The meetings with Kim Yong Chol were all about purposely creating an atmosphere for dialogue. Bolton’s presence could have ruined that delicate balance, as he is a tough hard-liner. Bolton’s input is necessary when an actual physical attack may be under serious consideration.
President Trump recently stated that he would rather not use the term “maximum pressure.” Does this mean he is about to ease up on sanctions against North Korea? The answer is “No”.
In reality, there is no reason to relax sanctions right now. Going forward, however, what happens with sanctions is flexible depending on the results of the Singapore talks.
Considering all of this, as well as everything else Trump has said and done in the past regarding North Korea, does it seem like Trump is constantly flip-flopping?
If he is, he is doing it deliberately. In a fight, the most difficult opponent is an unpredictable opponent. At the moment, it is impossible to predict how Trump will deal with Kim Jong-un.
Christopher Hill, the former Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs under George W. Bush, and conservative hardliners in Washington DC have coldly criticized Trump, calling the Singapore summit a one-sided diplomatic victory for Pyongyang.
What they have to realize is that Trump’s ultimate target is Kissinger. Trump is in the process of making Kissinger powerless.
Consider Trump’s accomplishments. His economic policies have been successful, Obama is lamenting the situation, and Trump’s support within the Republican Party is at its highest. In reality, Trump is leading America to victory.
America’s most important value is the protection of human rights and life.
Marking the 29th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called on China to “make a full public accounting of those killed, detained or missing.” This was an extraordinarily direct statement. It shows that the US is using human rights to pressure communist China.
The US, which is in conflict with communist China on many fronts, including militarily, diplomatically and economically, publicly called out China for the Tiananmen Square massacre.
China, which is suspected of interfering in the US-North Korea summit, does not show any signs of backing down in trade negotiations. This can be viewed as a strategy to incite the Chinese Communist Party.
On the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre, Pompeo urged China to improve its record on human rights. Pompeo stated, “On the 29th anniversary of the violent suppression of peaceful demonstrations in and around Tiananmen Square on June 4, 1989, we remember the tragic loss of innocent lives.”
He went on, stating, “We join others in the international community in urging the Chinese government to make a full public accounting of those killed, detained or missing; to release those who have been jailed for striving to keep the memory of Tiananmen Square alive; and to end the continued harassment of demonstration participants and their families.” Finally, Pompeo also stated, “The United States views the protection of human rights as a fundamental duty of all countries, and we urge the Chinese government to respect the universal rights and fundamental freedoms of all citizens.”
Pompeo’s remarks that the US views the protection of human rights as a fundamental duty of all countries applies, of course, to the United States as no exception. Thus, the statement can be understood to mean that it is the fundamental duty of the United States to take measures to prevent a genocide or slaughter on the Korean Peninsula.
Gordon Chang, a Chinese-American expert and author on the nuclear threats posed by communist China and North Korea, recently appeared on Fox News. This was the start of the process of steering public opinion in favor of President Trump arresting Moon Jae-in.
Here are the key points that Gordon Chang made during his Fox News appearance:
• Moon Jae-in is “very pro-North Korea” and a “North Korea sympathizer.” A word “sympathizer” is a very strong expression as it was also used in the term, “Nazi sympathizer”.
• Moon Jae-in “has surrounded himself with people who actually want North Korea to take over the South.”
• Moon Jae-in and Kim Jong-un are “much too cozy.”
• Kim Jong-un made a conciliatory gesture that was out of the ordinary for him. He is not hiding his desire to meet Trump whatever it takes.
This is a signal that Trump’s punishment of Moon Jae-in is starting.
There are four major principles of governance that, if adhered to, will result in Trump’s complete victory.
First, Trump must cleanse himself from the flaws of his past. God’s forgiveness is there when he repents.
Second, the faith and convictions that he has now which are dependent on others must flow from his own heart.
Third, his desire for justice must encompass all of humanity, not just America.
Fourth, he must elevate America’s 18th century founding ideology to a 21st century ideology that can lead all of humanity.
With respect to measures concerning the Korean Peninsula, all four of these principles of governance can be applied at the same time.
Trump has an opportunity to create the framework in which the Korean genocide crisis can be used to show the wrath of God’s justice and bring down the judgment of history against the sins of the Kissinger group.
The “sacrificial lamb” which the Republic of Korea has become must not be neglected anymore. The poisonous sting of Kissinger is the product of America’s sin. It must be removed from Korea. To do so, Trump must recognize that there is a danger more urgent than dealing with North Korea’s nuclear threat. This is the danger of Korea becoming hostage to genocide. The following measures must be taken to prevent such a situation.
First, Moon Jae-in must be rejected and the Korean ‘Teguki’ Patriots accepted as the legitimate and authentic guardians of the Republic of Korea’s sovereignty.
Furthermore, Trump should make contact with a delegation from the Korean Teguki Patriots. All of this should be declared and done publicly.
If this causes a disruption in the upcoming Singapore talks, Trump should call out Kim Jong-un for his deceptive intentions. If Kim Jong-un is unfazed by such actions, then Trump should go to Singapore for the purpose of removing Moon Jae-in.
Finally, Park Geun-hye must be returned to the Blue House, and the Korean Teguki Patriots delegation must prepare to assume their role in the restoration of Korean sovereignty.
The Singapore talks are not about compromise. The original understanding of what had to be done was the rescue of human life and the liberation of the people from oppressive politics. Trump must not give even an inch on this!
If Pyongyang recognizes the recovery of the sovereignty of Republic of Korea’s liberal democracy, then it may be sufficient to limit the Singapore talks to the complete denuclearization of North Korea and the improvement of its human rights.
If Pyongyang rejects the sovereignty of Korea’s liberal democracy, then Trump must cancel the Singapore talks and immediately move to destroy Kim Jong-un’s totalitarian system.
If Pyongyang stays silent on the return of Park Geun-hye to the Blue House, completely abandons its nuclear weapons, takes steps to immediately democratize the country, and recognizes the United States’s transitional government in the North, then it may be possible for Kim Jong-un to participate in the transitional government for a short time up to six months.
The Kim Jong-un that appears in Singapore, even if he is the real Kim Jong-un, is only a puppet of Kissinger. Therefore, the US should work towards opening a line of communication with representatives of the military unit of Kissinger’s puppets in Pyongyang.
The gold in Busan that Moon Jae-in stole has become black money used in the political crime of establishing Moon’s illegitimate regime. Moon is a thief of the highest order, one who has committed treason in the eyes of the people of the Republic of Korea.
Moon Jae-in’s seizure of South Korea’s governmental power was a treasonous act that benefitted the enemy, Kim Jong-un. Thus, this was an act of hostility against the United States. Therefore, Moon Jae-in is Trump’s enemy. Trump MUST REMOVE Moon Jae-in!
President Trump must keep in mind that the struggle concerning President Park’s imprisonment is proof of Moon Jae-in’s illegitimacy and a weapon that can be used against Moon.★
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