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Wednesday, May 3, 2017


Donald Trump and Kim Jong -Un: Has he backed down from underestimating North Korea?

Donald Trump and Kim Jong -Un: Has he backed down from underestimating North Korea? 

"I Would Be Honored to Meet With N. Korean Dictator – Under the Right Circumstances"- Trump

The American government underestimates and has a certain pride that causes the country more harm than good. They sit and waste their precious time boasting of their guns, ammunition, tanks and military prowess, while the enemy plots. This is the reason the 11 September took them by surprise. That plot could have been prevented.

Over the tension between North Korea and America, like always, Donald Trump started in a very bad way with threats and boasts over the might of the American army. But Kim Jong-Un is not like an African leader America can intimidate, dominate and his country used to test the bio-weapons of Aids and Ebola.

Actually, Kim Jong-Un was the first world leader to confront America after triggering Ebola in West African countries of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, while like a scared dog with the tail tucked in between its thighs, no African leader was able to question the American government about this medical crime which killed thousands of people in West Africa.

In one of our publications, we warned the American government to be careful when dealing with a man called Kim Jong-Un. This is a man the American government shouldn't underestimate because he is an extremely dangerous man. KIM JONG-UN: A DANGEROUS MAN THE AMERICAN GOVERNMENT SHOULDN’T UNDERESTIMATE

We are glad that Trump has planned a new strategy to solve the rift between his country and North Korea because the continuous provocation of North Korea by violating rules and testing nuclear weapons is a clear message to America and the rest of the world that he is ready to fight. 

One can't use petrol to quench a fire. This issue needs a diplomatic solution and it seems Trump has now taken the right direction.

In an interview with CBS on Sunday, President Trump called North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un a “smart cookie.” Then on Monday, Trump said he would be “honored” to meet with Kim.

“If it would be appropriate for me to meet with him, I would absolutely-- I would be honored to do it. If it’s under the -- again, under the right circumstances. But I would -- I would do that,” Trump said in an interview with Bloomberg News.

Trump noted that he’s getting praise for meeting with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas on Wednesday. “And people are saying that’s a very good thing to do because I’d like to see peace in the Middle East and I’d like to see the Palestinians and the Israelis come together and Israel come together and have peace.”

The president repeated that “under the right circumstances” he would be willing to meet with Kim Jong-un.

“Look, we have tremendous power over there, and we cannot allow him to do what he’s doing. We cannot allow him to say what he’s saying. He’s making very provocative statements. We cannot allow that.”

Trump said he will not allow North Korea to reach the point where it can launch missiles into the United States.

The American government should understand that China is neither interested in America's military occupation nor join America in fighting North Korea. That will not happen even if Trump has reversed his statement that "China is not a currency manipulator."

America has fought many wars and dropped many bombs but nothing significant was achieved. We don't need Third World War because when two elephants fight the grass that suffers.

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