Something truly amazing has occurred in 2018, and American liberals haven’t yet discovered the best way to wrap their heads around it.
One of the world’s most worrisome and longstanding issues has been the continuation of the despotic North Korean regime. Over six decades ago, North and South Korea got to warring against each other, and even though incidents of live-fire have been all but nonexistent during this 60 year ceasefire, the war technically continued thanks to the aggressive rhetoric and nonchalance of the DPRK, led by the Kim family of dynastic “supreme leaders”.
The current head of North Korea, Kim Jong Un, had spent much of the last year antagonizing the United States, seeing an opportunity to get back into the international spotlight by harassing the boisterous President of the United States, Donald Trump. Trump was happy to oblige Kim, lashing out at a man who has spent decades depriving his people of even the most basic amenities, and overseeing poverty and famine the likes of which the world may never know.
And that’s not even scratching the surface of their inexcusable concentration camp system.
Something changed recently, however, with Trump and his administration spearheading a number of extremely rigid sanctions meant to further isolate the already reclusive kingdom. Something struck a nerve with Kim, and the young dictator has now changed his tune, actively working toward a reunification of the Korean Peninsula, and a full denuclearization of his military – something that no one in the international community could have predicted.
Due to this intense turn of events, South Korean officials and U.S. Congressmen are both suggesting that Donald Trump be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize – a reality that has the liberal left fuming.
Now, as if to cement the deal, Kim Jong Un has made one heck of a good faith gesture, just weeks ahead of a summit with POTUS.
North Korea has released the three Americans that were being held in labor camps in a sign of good faith ahead of the summit between President Trump and Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un.
Kim Dong-cheol, Kim Sang-deok, and Kim Hak-seong were reportedly released from the detention centers in early April and have since been undergoing medical treatment and ideological education outside Pyongyang. They are still in North Korean custody.
According to the one of the country’s top activists, Choi Sung-ryong, the three Korean-American detainees will allegedly be allowed to head back to the U.S. after the long-anticipated summit.
“We heard it through our sources in North Korea late last month. We believe that Mr Trump can take them back on the day of the US-North Korea summit or he can send an envoy to take them back to the US before the summit,” Choi told the Financial Times .
Now if this doesn’t guarantee the President a Nobel Prize, it will only be due to the unbelievable bias against him in the mainstream media and the globalist community at large.