What the Left and the MSM screamed could never happen..has.

What the Lamestream media™ claimed could never be done..has been done.

This will be one of many long talks, discussions on major issues, Pres. Trump has succeeded ion getting Kim Jong-Un to the table, and todays conference is one of many in the future.

On the table:

An end..a final end..to the Korean War.

A stable and hopefully peaceful Korea.

An end to the enmity and fear that has pervaded Korea since Panmunjom.

Discussions and negotiations on disarmament.

A US official told CNN the pair would sign an agreement to acknowledge their meetings’ progress and pledge to keep momentum going.

This wont happen tomorrow, it wont happen in a week. It may not happen in a year. But eventually, with Gods grace and wisdom, over time, we may see an end to the Hermit Kingdom. In much the same way as it took decades for Soviet Russia to rejoin the rest of the world, this will take time.

But it will happen.

1. The United States and the DPRK commit to establish new US-DPRK relations in accordance with the desire of the people of the two counties for peace and prosperity.

This serves as an acknowledgement that the US and North Korea are seeking to leave their hostilies behind and move towards peace.

2. The United States and the DPRK will join their efforts to build a lasting and stable peace regime on the Korean Peninsula.

Until now, the US and South Korea have had an alliance against North Korea and its nuclear regime. This means the US and North Korea will move towards dialogue and pursue an end to their hostile relationship.

3. Reaffirming the April 27, 2018 Panmunjom Declaration, the DPRK commits to work toward complete denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula.

The Panmunjom Declaration was adopted by North and South Korea during the 2018 inter-Korean Summit in April. It stated that the two sides would agree to work together to end the Korean War and bring about a new era of peace, including denuclearisation. This point serves as a reiteration of that.

4. The United States and the DPRK commit to recovering POW/MIA remains, including the immediate repatriation of those already identified.

The United States and North Korea will work together to identify the remains of American Korean War casualties — a move veterans advocates have been pushing for. Over 7000 American service members from the war remain unaccounted for

Well done , Mr President.

Well done.

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June 12, 2018 04:27

And here we have the response from the Progressives, Liberals, Democrats, CommuNazis, (Sorry, I’m repeating myself) and the Never Trumpers when they were informed what was happening.


:em01: :em05:

June 12, 2018 18:13

I’ll keep toes crossed that something actually comes of this.

Unfortunately I am leery. For decades, NORK has reneged on whatever they agreed to the moment they got whatever they managed to extort for those promises.

Fa Cube Itches
Fa Cube Itches
June 13, 2018 13:10

And the Zen Master said: “We’ll see….”
– Zombie Philip Semen Hoffmour

LC Xystus
June 13, 2018 17:59

His Majesty’s Loyal Opposition:

I know this because it has been known by virtually everyone since 1952.

That’s a few years before I was born–but in my six decades I recall no one ever saying this.

Maybe, once you’ve set the National Archives in order, you can share this intelligence. Otherwise “Everyone knows” doesn’t cut the yellowcake.

Emperor Misha I
June 13, 2018 23:22

My bottom line is this: We may not get anything concrete out of this, it’s not like commie arsehats have a history of being trustworthy, and certainly not the deranged fucktards of North Korea but, and this is a huge but to me: We didn’t give a damn thing away in return either. No more danegeld, no $150 billion with… Read more »

LC Xystus
June 14, 2018 20:21

[Caption:] Trump makes history by being the first American president to salute an officer of a sworn enemy.

I don’t happen to know if the other guy saluted first.

June 17, 2018 07:24

LCBren @ #35:

Indonesia is more than Bali. Indonesia is a collection of islands, and many of those islands are quite close to Singapore. Fire up your Google Earth and take a look.

Less than ten miles.