South Korea feels our pain

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    “We are attempting to make sense of what, precisely, President Trump means.”

    ‘A lot of dial tones’: The inside story of how Trump’s North Korea summit fell apart

    And our shame

    Still, Giuliani added, he believes Trump is more likely to eventually sit down across from Kim than Mueller.

    “I think it is more inevitable than a Mueller interview,” Giuliani said. “At least they’re not going to try to trap him into Korean perjury.”
     
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    Trump has given Kim a higher status on the world stage, and Kim is exploiting that opportunity for all its worth.
     
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    And Jina won't care if Kim and Moon make peace so long as the USA isn't involved. And Moon isn't naïve about Kim "needing" to keep a few warheads. It would be great if they shared the Peace Prize. LOL
     
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    More truths and facts US Government/Corporate Media won't tell ya...

    South Koreans want peace, Americans don't. Americans overwhelmingly support the Perpetual War Agenda. It's all they know. South Koreans just need to move forward and stop being US Puppets. The US has always used South Korea as a pawn in its world domination game. It could care less about Koreans.

    South Korea should continue to seek peace with the North, and politely ask the US to stay out of it. They should also begin moving towards ending the US occupation there. It's become very clear the US doesn't want peace. It can only be achieved if the US is removed from the equation. It is what it is.
     
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    Once NoKo developed nukes that can strike the U.S., U.S. & SoKo's interested diverged.

    SoKo wants a lasting peace, but the U.S. wants a return to the status as it was before NoKo developed the nukes.

    Kim is taking advantage of this. He knows that SoKo will never agree to attacking NoKo.

    My bet is that SoKo & NoKo will negotiate full recognition and normalization. NoKo will only agree to denuclearize if U.S. pulls it's forces out of SoKo.

    Given enough time SoKo's political process will be taken over by NoKo. Kim will effectively rule all of Korea.

    IF anyone deserves the Nobel it's Pres. Moon, but in the long run. SoKo is lost.
     
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    Cuz MSN toldja so.
     
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    Given enough time SoKo's political process will be taken over by NoKo. Kim will effectively rule all of Korea.
    I have heard you say this before. I have wondered about it. Why do you think the South Koreans would accept/allow themselves to be taken over and controlled by a totally crazed dictatorship like KJU's? Isn't South Korea quite firmly democratic and capitalist and happy about it? Maybe I'm wrong.
     
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    Have ya heard about the Trump campaign?
     
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    That's not helping me understand at all.
     
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    This is possibly one of the dumbest things ever said on this message board, and there have been some dumb ones.

    So the undeveloped hermit state will somehow take over an established capitalist republic?

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