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Di (amina046) said:
The 2 are equals where bad faith is concerned!
I'm not sure why you say that.
KJU's primary concern is his own survival and this may warp his judgement.
But I see no evidence of bad faith there.
If anything, he was stupid to accept a second meeting with Trump. I didn't predict this humiliating failure and his needing to execute one or more of his closest advisors but I would be convinced that Trump attempted (or even succeeded) in corrupting some of his top people and attempted to bludgeon KJU in the second meeting.
KJU was bright enough to refuse, hold an inquest and (maybe) murder the top collaborator.
Kim Yong-chol was reportedly sent to a labour camp after the second summit between President Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un collapsed. But now the former spymaster is spotted alongside the North Korean leader.Read more from ABC News
Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:
Kim Yong-chol was reportedly sent to a labour camp after the second summit between President Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un collapsed. But now the former spymaster is spotted alongside the North Korean leader.
Essentially, news is being created for political effect and we've no way of knowing, or being confident, of anything we hear from these societies.
Also, he was sitting down, so we can't be sure if he was trotted out a la "Weekend at Bernie's" style.
The Department of Foreign Affairs is providing consular assistance to the family of a 29-year-old Perth student and tour guide who is missing in North Korea.Read more from ABC News
An expert on North Korea believes missing Perth man Alek Sigley may have been silenced amid heightened tensions in the country in the lead-up to US President Donald Trump's visit.Read more from ABC News
Missing Australian Alek Sigley welcomed tourists to North Korea. Now, he's disappeared. Is it safe for you to visit the hermit Kingdom?Read more from ABC News
Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:
An expert on North Korea believes missing Perth man Alek Sigley may have been silenced amid heightened tensions in the country in the lead-up to US President Donald Trump's visit.
What "experts" are there on North Korea?
Ask any of them how Korea could be peacefully re-united and understand in their angry blustering how determined they are to bring about chaos and suffering there!
There are no North Korean Defectors you imbecilic fool ?
And, apparently, no one can study the country in any form - politics, social issues, religion, government... none of it.