North Korea

Trump Used Power and Pizazz To Propose Peace With Pushover of PyongYang

Let’s not beat around the bush here:  Today was a big day for The United States, North Korea, and the world at large, as Donald Trump finally reigned in the dainty despot of the DPRK.

Kim Jong Un, like his familial leaders before him, was a complete and utter maniac when it came to global politics, mowing down his own people in order to prevent them from learning the truth about their place in the world, and how the blame for their poverty and famine lie at the feet of the Kim dynasty.

Somehow, in 18 months of working through the the rigors of a “resisted” presidency, Donald Trump has managed to curb the threat from North Korea and deliver a plan for full and immediate denuclearization of the DPRK.

While we may never learn every bit of the diplomatic strategy necessary for this incredible maneuver, we have learned a bit about what brought about this sudden change.

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The Trump administration played a video during the summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Un that explores what could happen if North Korea decides to engage with the world, and at one point shows North Korea full of electric lights.

“The past doesn’t have to be the future. Out of the darkness can comes the light, and the light of hope can burn bright,” the narrator said.

Of course, we know now that this approach has been effective, at least so far.

This hasn’t stopped the liberal left from attacking President Trump, however, attempting to claim that the Commander in Chief is somehow not doing enough to tackle the six-decades-old problem on the Korean Peninsula.

North Korea has long held a damning distinction when it comes to poverty, as the nation appears to be a dark mass when observed from space at night due to the absence of electric lights.  This, combined with the infamous famine of the 1990’s and the nation’s use of concentration camps, has long kept North Korea on the outside looking in when it comes to the rest of the world.


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