The North Korean regime promised not to use nuclear or conventional weapons against South Korea and expressed a willingness to hold talks with the United States about their denuclearization. Not long after news broke of North Korea’s offer, president Donald Trump warned that the “world is watching.”
President Trump tweeted hours after South Korea’s presidential national security director, Chung Eui-yong, released a statement detailing his rare two-day visit to North Korea. He praised the “possible progress” but remained cautious.
Possible progress being made in talks with North Korea. For the first time in many years, a serious effort is being made by all parties concerned. The World is watching and waiting! May be false hope, but the U.S. is ready to go hard in either direction!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 6, 2018
Trump used the term “false hope.” Is this a possible precursor to a false flag attack with North Korea as the patsy? It’s incredibly hard to say considering it’s almost impossible to trust anything Trump or the government, in general, tells the public.
“[North Korea] made it clear that while dialogue is continuing, it will not attempt any strategic provocations, such as nuclear and ballistic missile tests,” said
Chung said that the North Korean government is ready to talk to the United States about potential denuclearization and normalization between the countries. “It [North Korea] made it clear that while dialogue is continuing, it will not attempt any strategic provocations, such as nuclear and ballistic missile tests,” the statement continued.
North and South Korea agreed to hold summit talks in April at the border. The leaders will establish a “hotline” communication channel to lower military tensions, Chung added.
Unfortunately, the US government appears to still want a war. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Tuesday called for countries to further isolate North Korea despite the Hermit Kingdom’s offer to discuss denuclearization.
“North Korea threatens the entire global community through its unlawful nuclear and ballistic missile programs and proliferation activities, including its arms exports to Africa. It doesn’t just involve our allies in Europe or Asia. It doesn’t just include countries with longstanding ties to [North Korea] like China and Russia. This is and must be a global effort,” Tillerson said in a speech at George Mason University.
Some speculate that North Korea is only extending the olive branch because the increasing sanctions placed on the country are beginning to hurt the economy. But those are mostly government officials in the United States, and they’ve been guilty of lying in the past. Tillerson said in mid-January there was “a lot of evidence that these sanctions are starting to hurt” North Korea.
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