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. Continue reading ★Analysis of the Hidden Strategy of the Singapore Talks
On April 20, 2018, the inaugural ceremony of the Citizens Emergency Council for the Protection of the Republic of Korea (대한민국수호 비상국민회의) was held on a most fanciful stage with the grandiose motto of being the true voice of the conservative right-wing citizens.
The Citizens Emergency Council is co-chaired by former National Assembly chairman Park Kwan Yong, former Supreme Court judge Jung Ghi Seung, and former Korean Christian Association chairman Choi Sung Gyu. The advisory board members are former Prime Minister Roh Jae Bong, senior member of the Republic of Korea National Assembly Society Jang Gyung Soon, and former head of South Korea’s National Intelligence Office Kwon Young Hae. Indeed, the top echelon of South Korean elites are the founding members of the Citizens Emergency Council. Continue reading Unmasking the Hidden Agenda of the Citizens Emergency Council for the Protection of the Republic of Korea
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.” Continue reading ★President Trump’s Best Option in Korea is to Arrest the Communist Moon Jae-in