Act II – The Dance of The Dragon Continues….

China controls the DPRK, that’s the baseline reality.  The question debated over the past several years, has been to what extent?  Having witnessed the Singapore Summit, perhaps we now have additional understanding of the scale and scope.

Kim Jong-un “is” the Panda Mask.

If you accept the cunning nature of the Beijing Dragon, and the false geopolitical face of the Panda mask as historically presented by the control elements now represented by Chairman Xi Jinping, a striking probability looms.  Not only does China influence North Korea, but China actually controls every element of the North Korean government that surrounds Chairman Kim Jong-un.

The problem for Chairman Xi is what happens when all of the political forces align to place Chairman Kim Jong-un in a position of opening the door for the U.S. and President Trump and the West (writ large) to enter North Korea under the auspices of a CVID nuclear agreement.

In essence, President Trump may now enter into a land where the officials report exclusively to Chairman Xi, and no-one knew.  This presents a possibility the larger global community might soon discover the true nature of the Beijing/Pyongyang connection.

Consider that Chairman Kim was/is likely put into power not as a linear out-coming of his familial relationship, but more as a strategy of ongoing Chinese duplicity. Kim Jong-un was seen as easier to control.  Consider the possibility that all of the DPRK officials who carry out the objectives of the ruling North Korean government are factually operating according to the dictates of the hidden Chinese authority.

Within this dynamic Chairman Kim received the scorn of the international community; but was -in reality- merely a figurehead, a false panda face – hiding the true authority behind all of the DPRK policy, and a designed strategy constructed by China.

Consider that by confronting the economic interests of China, President Trump fractured the decades-long ruse, and is now positioned to expose the nature of the Chinese ruling authority within North Korea.   This becomes a stunning paradigm shift; a reality that few could possibly fathom, unless you consider the cunning of Beijing.

Under this scenario, it is adverse to the interest of China for a united, open and democratic Korean peninsula where the North and South are together again.  It would be particularly adverse to Xi’s interests if the U.S., Japan and a united Korea formed any substantive  international alliance.

The best play for China would be to control the outcomes of any unification and position China as the control agent for any united Korea.  This would be critically important if, as I am now increasingly confident, North Korea was/is actually a proxy province of China and has been for decades under the complete -albeit hidden- rule of the Chinese authority.

Under this scenario, Chairman Xi has to play a very careful game of geopolitical cunning; and if at any moment he sees Chairman Kim accepting the rescue of President Trump, Xi will likely move to eliminate Kim and defend his interests quickly.

Imagine the internal stress upon the young Kim Jong-un who has been forced to ride this dragon for almost a decade, and knows his government is not actually his government but rather a governing body with all officials reporting to Beijing.

Imagine you are the next-door-neighbor to an abused child who lives inside the palace of the abuser.  The abuse has been psychological and manipulative upon this child for decades. How do you rescue him?  Additionally, how do you rescue him when the ultimate abuser is the king of all communities, governments, political and legal systems in/around the palace?… and only you know the nature of the dynamic….

What if….

Kim has not been victimized by the Panda mask, but rather Kim IS THE Panda mask.

Start there, and proceed with the geopolitical rescue efforts accordingly.

This presented scenario, while challenging the customary perspective, reconciles all of the conflicting aspects to the North Korean regime with the latest known empirical evidence.





Now, WATCH AGAIN, without the volume:


PS. Notice how normally POTUS Trump has been effusive of praise upon Xi Jinping. However, after the one-on-one with Chairman Kim, that praise was considerably less….

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532 Responses to Act II – The Dance of The Dragon Continues….

  1. wheatietoo says:

    Those three high-level Noko officials that were ‘removed’…I’ve wondered if those guys were ChiCom ‘handlers’?

    Liked by 32 people

    • WSB says:

      Indeed, wheatietoo.

      Liked by 7 people

    • symsense says:

      But of course.

      Has it not essentially always been known that noko is a chicom proxy and the western deep state post ww2 put the chicoms in power? I mean good lord… patton killed cause of what he knew, and he had a spine/soul. MacArthur was forced to stand down… its all there people… know your history. The internationalists have always needed strategic tension. Peace is the enemy of the internationalists. The internationalists had the Chicoms foment Korea, MacArthur wanted to take out the chicoms and easily could have with proper support back home. Instead we’ve seen the slow, steady and strategic rise of the Chinese communists and on the back of the controlled demolition of the soviet union the big sellout to the Chinese by the internationalists running the US began in earnest. The people behind the Chicoms have always been the true power behind the norks too.

      clearly Kim wants out of this construct. It’s possible Xi wants out too and we will get to find out as the situation on the Korean peninsula plays out.

      Liked by 15 people

      • wheatietoo says:

        I have heard these theories before, and didn’t know what to make of them.

        But now…in light of what is being exposed, I beginning to think that there is some truth to it.

        Liked by 8 people

      • Not everyone knows these things symsense, nor can process the actuality of the evils of what literally is a heinous group of terribly evil “people” seeking global dominance over mankind. This includes the actuality of just who is behind it because that truth is more than ugly.

        McArthur being stopped cold probably made a lot of people wonder just what the heck was going on, but then the bread and circuses/propaganda kicked back in as usual and the “herd was rounded back up”.

        Order Out of Chaos… just the mention of that phrase to most people puts an immediate end to a conversation.

        Frankly, once most have seen the strings, they immediately “unsee” them.

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      • Martin says:

        And accordingly, right on cue, PBS runs a 4 1/2 year old Frontline exposing the “hidden” NoKo and its human rights abuses. It’s the CF model to keep that in front, to criticize the PDJT summit effort for allegedly not dealing with it (another lie) and providing an excuse for decades of Punishment First ham-handed diplomacy. And, providing few details for the MSM to pick apart has them apoplectic – crying on their biers.

        How far will the Deep State go to sabotage the summit effort, beyond attacking event comms, and the PRC trade chip exposed and hook in Pyongyang being dismantled? Seems like PDJT has placed the ball neatly in Xi’s court – against the back line, but returnable.

        Now the domestic struggles can be focused on, while Pompeo’s team hammers out details.

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      • L. E. Joiner says:

        The conventional wisdom was that MacArthur was fired because President Truman thought crossing the Yalu River into China would draw us into an interminable and probably unwinnable war with China. It’s one thing to fight an expeditionary force in a neighboring country; it’s another thing to invade a country’s homeland. /LEJ


    • Gil says:

      That was my assumption. Im sure there are more.

      Liked by 1 person

    • CNN_sucks says:

      Speculation. They are the hardliners and instrumental to Otto’s death.

      Liked by 2 people

    • I wonder how up the food chain they were as I believe they were, which leads me to wonder just how many more there are… just like I wonder how many handlers a “lyin’ ryan” here at home actually have.

      Yesterday I posed the possibility of our VSG President working to strip this aspect of leverage from China to stabilize the peninsula and maybe even force a US (NOT a UN) peacekeeping role in the South Sea on one of the man-made islands infringing on a neighboring nation-state like Vietnam, etc… and of course myriad other aspects that would be associated with a man like him doing quadruple time around everyone else. The world must seem like it’s in slow motion to him at times. Wow.

      I can’t imagine he thinks it a good thing with China posturing aggressively in what are international waters that it’s “assuming”, especially with China as the globalist model of the globalist psychopath’s preferred social system of totalitarian feudalism

      Hence my likely annoying repetitive posting of literally everything going on under Trump being globally driven and incredibly far-reaching. Bigly

      Because… “new” world evil.


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  2. The Boss says:

    You have to wonder what was in the letter delivered to the White House before the summit, besides what Kim may have told Trump and Pompeo in confidence. (On a related note – notice how Dennis Rodman never answered the question about whether Kim spoke English?)

    Liked by 19 people

  3. Guyski says:

    And President Trump gets criticized for a one-on-one (translators only) . That was another very smart move,

    Liked by 15 people

  4. doit4atlas says:

    Wow, talk about geopolitical 3D chess.

    Liked by 14 people

  5. CopperTop says:

    Do you recall Nunes saying no one should be pushing his staffers around early Feb/lat Jan? So I don’t think the conduct went unnoticed at the time.


  6. HeroicDreamer says:

    The fact that Kim Jong Un can basically be the Chinese Panda “puppet” is mind-boggling and it makes the Tucker Carlson show seem totally irrelevant.

    Liked by 13 people

  7. John Doe says:

    Dumb question but why wouldn’t Xi have taken Kim out months ago?

    Liked by 1 person

    • billrla says:

      John Doe: If China takes-out Kim, China ownes the problem of 40+ million starving North Koreans and non-existent economy.

      Liked by 20 people

      • WSB says:

        That’s why the family staysin power as they are. So what started the Chinese takeover of Korea?

        Need to start cracking some history books.

        I know that soldiers in the Korean War believed they were only seeing Chinese coming over the border, and Patton knew the Chinese would invade, but I have no honest understanding of how all of this led to where we are today.

        I only know that President Trump knows and is attempting the break the egg shell that is China and North Korea.

        Liked by 2 people

        • Paco Loco says:

          Quick History of the Korean War

          In 1950, the NORKS invaded South Korea and almost drove out the US forces. In 1951, the US fought back, retook Seoul and crossed the 38th paraellel and pushed the NORKS all the way back to NW Korea. Then Mao ordered the Chinese PLA to join the war and they came across the Yalu River in massive numbers and kicked McCarthers butt. He wanted to use the atomic bomb and Truman fired him . Gen. Matthew Rigway took over the US (UN Forces) and fought the ChiComs to a stalemate that culminated in the armistice and the division of the Korean Peninsula along the 38th parallel.

          Liked by 6 people

          • Paco Loco says:

            China has been the puppeteer for the DPRK since 1951.

            Liked by 5 people

          • CharterOakie says:

            MacArthur’s brilliant Inchon invasion should be included in the brief summary.

            Liked by 3 people

          • WSB says:

            Thank you. I am reading the McCullough book on Truman and am not there in history yet.

            McAurther probably was right about excessive force. Truman may have been a deer in headlights.

            Liked by 2 people

            • lokiscout says:

              Truman was leading a nation that had just emerged from a two front war less than 5 years before. The last thing the US wanted was a new land war in Asia facing a Chinese Army estimated at 6,000,000 plus the Russian Army from the North. He was convinced that if MacArthur bombed the bridges crossing the Yalu River and the Chinese staging areas Mao would declare war on the US and undoubtedly Stalin would also. That’s also the rationale for fighting the war as a “Police Action” under the auspices of the UN.

              I have never been able to find an original source but have seen anecdotal reference that after the Election of 1952 and possibly before being sworn in Jan 1953 Eisenhower convinced both Chinese and Russian leadership that he was ready to use Atom Bombs unless they agreed to a ceasefire along the 38th Parallel. Eisenhower’s campaign in 1952 was run strongly on his ability to end the War in Korea.

              I am puzzled at the Patton comments I see popping up in some posts. Patton was never deployed to the Pacific Theater in WWII and died in Luxembourg in December 1945 shortly after being relieved as Military Governor of the US Zone of Occupied Germany.

              Like to share more but I hate long posts both mine and others.

              Liked by 4 people

              • WSB says:

                Yes, understand about your post. The Hydrogen bomb had been developed, and Patton might have been assassinated by the OSS. Look at Wild Bill Donovan.

                What is also amazing, is that Julia Childs worked for Bill Donovan. Lots of history there. Julia also made a recipe for a shark repellent. No kidding. And it worked.

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                • lokiscout says:

                  The Eniwetok test (first fusion H2 bomb) was exploded in late 1952 but we had plenty of fission (Uranium and Plutonium) bombs available and no one wanted to call Ike’s bluff. If he was bluffing?

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          • suejeanne1 says:

            I would like to add this – perhaps more as a question to ask if anyone else remembers this: the Russians in the UN Security Council had access to info re UN troops which they in turn handed over to the Chinese to help them – the UN was already in a short time, being mis-used or not fulfilling the original purpose – they let China roll over Tibet without anything being done about that. The UN has been useless for a long time.

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        • L. E. Joiner says:

          WSB: Not Patton; MacArthur.

          Liked by 2 people

    • Perot Conservative says:

      Then who runs the show? Do more Koreans flee into China?

      Liked by 1 person

    • missilemom says:

      Or why fly Kim to Singapore on a China airline? Its seems Xi facilitated this summit and author on Tucker Carlson said his sources in China were upset Trump did not give Xi more credit.


  8. ImHopeful says:

    And the poisoning of his half-brother – blamed on Kim but perhaps Kim did not order it?

    Liked by 25 people

  9. Madmax110 says:

    Kim might want to sleep with one eye open. His usefulness to the Chinese may be short lived.

    Liked by 2 people

    • billrla says:

      Madmax110: I think the opposite, because the world is now watching with a new set of glasses.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Phil Free says:

      Why do you think Trump showed Kim his limo (the Beast)? I think that was to let him know, hey .. if it comes down to it, we have the means to help protect you, against “them” . . . (!)

      Liked by 19 people

      • Turranos says:

        I thought Kim might slide into the beast and check it out but he wanted no part of it and started heading back to the building. I thought that was a little odd. Of course, we don’t know what was going on in his mind.


    • Paul says:

      “President Trump committed to provide security guarantees to the DPRK and Chairman Kim Jong Un reaffirmed his firm and unwavering commitment to complete denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula.”

      There you have it. Trump GUARANTEES Kim’s security. Will China want to mess with that?

      Liked by 4 people

      • Tl Howard says:

        Wait a minute. There is no way Kim would be safe if China rules him and wants him gone.

        I’m interested in how Sundance believes Trump can de-nuke NoKo if China doesn’t want that to happen.


        • lokiscout says:

          You are concentrating on what the “Right hand” is doing! Look over at the “Left hand”! See it stirring the bees in China? Trade, ZTE, tariffs, sanctions, etc when President Trump says something is “tough” believe it but watch both hands and ask…..Why?

          Liked by 2 people

    • I bet he’s getting some extra protection courtesy of the USA.

      Liked by 4 people

      • lokiscout says:

        Staying in the spotlight is the safest place he can be. Constant discussions with US officials closes the loop until the final details on US Protection can be defined and implemented.

        The US Embassy and nuclear disarm team and follow-on inspectors may need a contingent of US Marines. Just noodling!

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    • Sunshine says:

      Kim is under protection.
      I think first indirect contact with Trump was initiated through Dennis Rodman’s trip when he gave Kim the book Art of the Deal.

      Thomas Wictor thinks along the same line as Sundance.

      Thomas Wictor @ThomasWictor
      4h4 hours ago

      (29) Kim Jong-un visiting the headquarters of the Large Combined Unit 671 of the Korean People’s Army.


  10. sundance says:

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  11. CopperTop says:

    I think blaming the human rights issues on a controlling Dragon is the only play that will work to keep the NK people from accepting some progressive loon’s ideas of the country in a post nuclear status. If Kim is left…there are MILLIONS of starved and enslaved to contend with. Do they eed to blame China as the hammer? Claim Kim inherited a mess and sought reparation through denuclearization

    Liked by 5 people

  12. NoJuan Importante says:

    I want to correct something about the chess games. Trump isn’t playing 3D chess. I think he is playing a game of MULTI-PLAYER CHESS that is similar to, but much more complex than…wait for it…yes, its true…”Chinese Checkers”

    Liked by 10 people

  13. Ospreyzone says:

    …”when the ultimate abuser is the king of all communities, governments, political and legal systems in/around the palace?”
    Add to that the raw influence China has on our politicians. How many of our Congressmen are paid pawns of Chinese lobbyists? Too many to name here, but you could hear them chattering after today’s summit, trying to drive the narrative in a manner pleasing to Xi Jinping.

    Liked by 15 people

  14. Beenthere says:

    How sad about the Fat Boy, having a leash around his neck tightened if he doesn’t follow the program of Xi. Unless China is tremendously weakened financially & militarily the Koreas will not be united the way the 2 “Germanys” are.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. fleporeblog says:

    Absolutely brilliant SD! Dennis Rodman shared something recently that has stuck with me. He said that Kim Jong-un is just a big kid at heart. Thomas Wictor wrote an incredible thread saying that they selected Kim over his two older brothers.

    Here are Wictor’s tweets from the thread above:

    By all accounts, Kim Jong-un is a passive young man.

    His late brother Kim Jong-nam said that Kim was not leadership material.

    TWO brothers were passed over to make Kim Jong-un the leader.

    When you have a man who never wanted the job but was forced into it, he must be treated with empathy.

    Trump did so.

    He was only 26 when he took over the country. A few years after returning from Switzerland 🇨🇭 for his schooling. Kim would have been the perfect puppet for Xi and China 🇨🇳.

    I believe you hit the nail on the head. I think our Lion 🦁 realizes it and knows the truth as well. He was informed by Secretary Pompeo after his two visits to North Korea 🇰🇵. Our Lion 🦁 realizes that Kim Jong-un has to be protected in every way possible. I wonder if we can get some of our men into North Korea 🇰🇵 to provide protection. They can be Korean Americans that work for the CIA or Pentagon.

    Kim Jong-un’s survival means everything right now. He has accepted our President’s invitation to come to the White House. That is going to happen far quicker than any of us could imagine. Our President has to make Kim Jong-un a Leader that Chairman Xi cannot kill.

    I am going to pray for Kim’s health and well-being! The world is depending on it whether they realize it or not!

    Liked by 22 people

  16. andrewalinxs says:

    Amazing times to be alive. Interested to see what President Trump does next on the mater of NK and China.

    Liked by 9 people

  17. theresanne says:

    “This presented scenario, while challenging the customary perspective, reconciles all of the conflicting aspects to the North Korean regime with the latest known empirical evidence.”

    This is amazing.

    Liked by 6 people

  18. Jimmneycricett says:

    Kim just accepted an invitation to Maralago ….. I’m not sure how I feel about this artical.I don’t think NKorea would totally fold to China and give their country totally away… Dunno… we’ll see as it goes tho..

    All kinds of things popping off right now on the net.. it’s getting interesting folks.


    • Paco Loco says:

      The problem for Kim is that DPRK has little foreign exchange and he can only debt finance his way out of poverty. And who’s holding the big note? The Chinese. They own him.

      Liked by 1 person

  19. Gil says:

    And all the orders to starve, murder, kidnap, and “reeducate” came from China? Talk about human rights violations. China just moved the cultural revolution to noko and kept at it for decades.

    Liked by 12 people

  20. Cetera says:

    I’m convinced, and have been for a while, that China is the real bad guy here, as many have long believed. North Korea HAS/WAS a wholly-owned-subsidiary client state. I don’t think that is true any longer.

    I think we have witnessed Trump conduct a coup under China. Kim was able to successfully break away. He has been navigating perilous waters, stuck between military hardliners in both the DPRK and China. He has been their puppet, to be trotted out whenever circumstances warranted for China to extract a bit more in concessions.

    President Trump has supposedly offered guarantees to Kim Jong Un and the Norks. The clandestine meeting between the head of DPRK Intelligence and Trump wasn’t fake. It was a message. The letter Trump didn’t open was a message.

    Trump knows the score here with the deep state, and he knows the score in China too, mostly because THEY ARE ALL THE SAME PLAYERS. Trump just acted unbelievably boldly. He forced the ChiComs to back down by walking away from the summit, and they backed down far enough that they weren’t in position to counter the lightning-quick strike Trump executed to take advantage of them.

    It was reported/rumored that Kim Jong Un was nervous in Singapore, and left early to get back to try to remain in control of his country. I think that is true, but more so to try to remain secure from China Dragon’s clutches and influence. He acted quickly when the opportunity presented itself, blowing up his own missile production and testing facilities. This was probably all started with the destruction of the nuclear testing site under the mountain.

    A great confluence of events is coming together. How many President Trump is actually causing, and how many he’s just taking advantage of, is to me unclear at this moment. However, it is clear that Trump keeps shaking the box. He keeps yanking on all the chains and lines. Any time there is any give, any slack, he wedges something of his in, and he waits for more and more pieces to fall out. Once those pieces are out of the box, he can put them back together faster than anyone can believe, building himself an outside-the-box solution that no one seemingly can anticipate. (I’m not even sure if Trump can, or if he’s just that lucky, that good, that quick that guided from above — the reader can decide.)

    It remains to be seen what the end result is going to be. I think Trump just flipped the DPRK. I think Trump will now use them as an additional stick to beat the ChiCom Dragon about the head with. Even if a unified Korea doesn’t happen immediately, the North and South may well end up being allies very, very soon, along with Japan.

    Xi should be very afraid. McConnell should be very, very afraid. Panic has to be setting in everywhere else. Events are now moving which cannot be stopped, and cannot be turned aside. History is evolving.

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    • Phil Free says:

      What else can I say, but “Wow”, and

      Drop in some Economy/trade stuff, with a few splashes of Obama/Clinton conspiracy/coverup (splashes only, right now- the big shovel-fulls waits until 3pm Thursday) … SERIOUSLY HISTORIC STUFF is happening NOW.

      Liked by 2 people

    • The Bigger the Club the Harder it Falls…


    • piper567 says:

      Didn’t Pompeo say he was on his way to Beijing??

      Liked by 2 people

    • suejeanne1 says:

      “How many President Trump is actually causing, and how many he’s just taking advantage of, is to me unclear at this moment. However, it is clear that Trump keeps shaking the box. He keeps yanking on all the chains and lines. Any time there is any give, any slack, he wedges something of his in, and he waits for more and more pieces to fall out. Once those pieces are out of the box, he can put them back together faster than anyone can believe, building himself an outside-the-box solution that no one seemingly can anticipate.”

      Cetera, I would venture to suggest that President Trump is like the original MacGyver!

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  21. Dutchman says:

    So, he’s rescueing an abused child.
    The whole country, including Kim.

    Certainly puts a whole different view on N. Korea, and China, as well.

    Also on what Dennis had to say, about Obummer.

    YOU could of responded to this call for help, from this abused victim, 5YEARS AGO! Makes dennis’s tears VERY understandable.
    Wow, Sundance, incredible insights.
    Thank you

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  22. Sylvia Avery says:

    I have been wondering how we are going to go forward with NK denuking and perhaps attempting some kinds of reforms with China hovering around and interfering.

    Reading Sundance’s theory makes it seem even more difficult. If Kim is effectively a figurehead and the levers of power are controlled by China, I don’t know how on earth we are going to rescue Kim and North Korea. I can’t envision a scenario where China just lets go of such a valuable tool. Especially if China lets go the truth will undoubtedly be revealed and I’m sure they wouldn’t like that.

    What a mess. But it would seem PDJT and his guys have plans.

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  23. WSB says:

    Me thinks POTUS has just ripped the Band-Aid off.

    I have always been extremely confused by Kim, Dennis, and our own State Department.

    So now, I believe it was what I thought. It is highly conceivable that Kim Jong-Un and maybe his entire family have also been held hostage by the Chinese. It is highly likely that the “Chinese Generals” and others have been making some horrible moves of which Kim has no control.

    It is about time we got to the bottom of the truth here.

    Liked by 8 people

  24. truthbomb says:

    China is the one threatening us with nuclear destruction. Time for a confrontation.

    Liked by 2 people

  25. Jown says:

    What do you mean by ‘kim is the panda mask’?


    • RedBallExpress says:

      Kim is the big teddy bear who is getting his image rehabilitated and Chairman Xi is the dog that comes running around the house and bites your head off.
      More specifiable China acts friendly while they stab the knife in your back and snap if off.

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  26. Rock Knutne says:

    Thomas Wictor believes President Trump and Kim have talked many times previously via Skype or some other form of one on one,face to face communication.

    I agree.

    The body language of those two, especially Kim, was not that of someone who was just about to enter into intense negotiations for the first time.

    The hardest part is done. The MSM is spinning it as months and months before we know anything.

    Not if you know President Trump. On time and under budget.

    We’re gonna see very quick results and more ‘splodey heads on the left.

    MAGA 2020

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  27. Ventura Highway says:

    No way Xi is not up to his neck in NK. I am waiting for the PRCs next move. They may be flabbergasted by PDT’s audacity about now.

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  28. scott467 says:

    “Under this scenario, it is adverse to the interest of China for a united, open and democratic Korean peninsula where the North and South are together again. It would be particularly adverse to Xi’s interests if the U.S., Japan and a united Korea formed any substantive international alliance.”


    What if that very “alliance” has already taken been established, with the visits of NK #2 to the White House to meet with DJT, and DJT meeting with Shinzo Abe?

    What if the North Korean peace agreement was already signed weeks ago, and the alliance you reference has also already been agreed to and executed, in order to prevent China from mucking up the works if it had been done openly, with ‘target’ dates, i.e., the usual way?

    The usual way allows bad actors both time and a timeline to undermine planned activities.

    If the peace agreement and an ‘alliance’ of the nature you describe has already taken place, DJT will have deprived China (and Deep State / shadow government / Globalist cabal) the opportunity to derail them.

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    • Well, that would almost be like… um, like 3d chess I reckon. 😉

      A known amount of unknowns abounds if one has been paying attention for a while.

      Liked by 2 people

    • lokiscout says:

      Not worth the paper it’s written on without Senate approval. Haven’t heard much about a Peace Treaty being debated in the Senate lately.

      Liked by 2 people

      • svenwg says:

        Although the senate has no control over a Peace Treaty between South Korea and North Korea, President Trump will indeed give Congress the opportunity to pass a bill ratifying the Peace Treaty when signed.

        The Korean War was never approved by the senate and was fought under the auspices of the U.N. as a policing operation. Therefore it is not necessary to get Senate approval of a Peace Treaty arranged and signed by President Trump but would prevent any future POTUS from reneging on any of the conditions layer out in the Peace Treaty if they ratified it.

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      • scott467 says:

        “Not worth the paper it’s written on without Senate approval.”


        What is the Senate going to do, refuse to ratify a Peace Treaty?

        I almost wish they would, just see the imagery of the Suicide Squad in the movie “Life of Brian” happen in real life, lol!

        The Senate vetoing a Peace Treaty to finally end the Korean War would be tantamount to the 9th Circuit Court issuing an injunction to stop the Peace Treaty from taking effect.

        Both would do nothing more than expose the utterly inhuman corruption of the parties taking the action.

        It would be like burglars pointing spotlights at themselves and setting off alarms on purpose in the middle of a robbery, lol!

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        • lokiscout says:

          As svenwg points out the US might not sign the Treaty since since we never declared war and operated under UN auspices.

          Liked by 1 person

          • scott467 says:

            Yes, I just thought the idea of the Senate doing ANYTHING but going along with finally ending the Korean War was hilarious.

            Who would (could?) vote against it, if given the opportunity?

            What rational reason could they possibly give, to continue the hostilities?

            They might as well intentionally give the wrong answer at the Bridge of Death and be ejected into the canyon in Monty Python’s ‘Holy Grail’ 🙂

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  29. Bubby says:

    Well Sundance left me hanging. How does President Trump deal with Kim being or not being the Panda Mask? Further how does President Trump determine that and how/when will that happen? I was somewhat encouraged with the summit until I read this. I guess I should have known the “geopolitical rescue” was going to be more complex, difficult and fraught with all kinds of real dangers. Right now I feel like Eeyore.


    • NoJuan Importante says:

      Going to take a skilled captain to navigate between Scylla and Charibdis. Sit back and watch.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Cetera says:

      Don’t be Eeyore. Be excited. It is a way bigger story, bigger accomplishment, and lots, lots more fun this way. Look at what Trump is doing, and what Kim Jong-un is doing, in the face of adversity. The movie and songs will be much, much better, more powerful, more heroic, more inspiring.

      They’re going to pull this off. There’s absolutely no way Trump’s luck and skill and the favor of Divine Providence wears off at this moment. This is where the fight was always going to be. One of them, anyway…

      Liked by 5 people

    • churchmouse says:

      Don’t feel like Eeyore.

      The President is several jumps ahead on this.

      Yes, it will be complicated. Yes, ultimately, these negotiations will be successful, even if there are hiccups on the way.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Batman says:

      The Chinese will continue to be pressured by fair trade demands. Trump is leveraging tariffs to force change. When the Chinese blink they will take credit for Korean denuclearization to save face. Complicated business.

      Liked by 4 people

    • WSB says:

      Economics. The USA owns it. President Trump is driving it.

      Liked by 3 people

  30. scott467 says:

    edit / correction: “What if that very “alliance” has already been established, with the visits of NK #2 to the White House to meet with DJT, and DJT meeting with Shinzo Abe, and DJT meeting with SK president Moon?”

    Liked by 4 people

  31. litlbit2 says:

    Great article again Sundance as you describe KJU his position possibly his fears.

    What Stood out was the similarity with Obama(kju), Soros(xi), GOPe/CoC/DNC/swamp(China) with the very fear of a Chinese style(Clinton bodybag)

    I do sleep easy knowing President Trump’s got this. If not…nobody, nobody could be doing it any better, “We will be fine”

    Liked by 2 people

  32. scott467 says:

    “The best play for China would be to control the outcomes of any unification and position China as the control agent for any united Korea.”


    And the best play for DJT is to make sure no such ‘China’ play ever happens.


    Liked by 10 people

  33. theresanne says:

    Maybe that’s why POTUS is leaving the US troops, also why Sec Pompeo is staying in Asia, to protect Kim? (And why POTUS showed Kim the BEAST!)

    Liked by 2 people

    • jmclever says:

      I wonder if The Beast “accidentally” stayed behind in NoKo and Mr. Pompeo will drive it full of Kims across the DMZ in the dead of night?

      Liked by 2 people

  34. Publius2016 says:

    Most beautiful expression of a little boy for the President…like Mini me Trump…it’s natural…

    Liked by 2 people

  35. 🍺Gunny66 says:

    This begins to make more sense now that Sundance has opened the door.

    I was a little puzzled regarding Dennis Rodmans’ involvement during this lengthy time.

    Something I rarely do. I will speculate:

    I am now “assuming”, Dennis Rodman informed the Trump team of Kim’s virtual….for now I will call it innocence. Dennis met with Kim on so many occasions and they formed a bond.

    So I am speculating, the reason Rodman continued to go back was… support his friend. Understanding that he was being abused by China and hoping he could help.

    Dennis Rodman even kept / maintained his confidential knowledge of Kim away from reporters.

    If any of the above is even partially true. Dennis Rodman deserves much, much, more acknowledgement and praise that he has ever gotten..

    Once again…Bravo Dennis….Bravo

    Liked by 14 people

  36. Whiskey1 says:

    I’ll state this again: President Trump, a genuine human being – very underported by the way, he’s real – has connected in some sort of father / son relationship with Kim.

    This is something Kim has never experienced – never underestimate the power of human emotion – amazing!

    Liked by 7 people

    • piper567 says:

      what Rodman said that hit me hardest was that Kim said he had never been honestly dealt with.
      Given Kim’s voluntary comments during the presser, his comment ab the “fetters” which had affected the lack of progress toward change in NoKo, this comment ab always having been dealt with dishonestly really surprised and re-focused me.
      Kim in no way was forced to make those comments, either those to Rodman or those to the Press.
      Kim specifically attached the “fetters” to the past, while saying, Well, we are now here.
      wow. Just wow.

      Liked by 3 people

  37. Larry Carlisle says:

    This brings those “special” security assurances into focus. NK is the buffer from Japan and SK… No way Xi is going to lose NK without a fight but it will be difficult for him now. If Trump can pull off STEALING NK from China it will be astonishing.

    Liked by 7 people

    • 🍺Gunny66 says:

      And this brings in this. In the video Kim was virtually hyper ventilating. He was scared almost to death. “What if he said something wrong?” What would his Chinese masters do to him, his people.

      I would also speculate he just wanted to say to our President.

      “Please save me and my country’

      It is a very difficult situation now…for Kim…and his family….the Chinese could kill them all.

      I pray our President can save him and the North Koreans from the monster, the abuser.

      We all should pray for the North Korean’s and yes even Kim…

      He looked like a kid at Christmas with our President….happy…and relaxed….. and hopeful.

      Liked by 10 people

      • ImHopeful says:

        I thought so too – about the hyperventilating. There were a couple of times I swear it looked like he was going to throw up… I assumed it was nerves – the setting, the world media. But now, through SD’s viewpoint, it shows just how perilous this could be for he & his family. That adds a new layer to PDJT’s comment about how much courage it takes. On the surface it just sounds like talking about changing from threatening to peaceful – but is really so much more – complimenting him and strengthening him for what he is doing.

        Liked by 1 person

    • Wretched1 says:

      PDJT already has, LC, that’s the point. With his economic leverage over the Chicoms, there was nothing they could do except try to keep their chins off the floor… let’s all feel free to be “astonished.” The master of the deal at work… thank the Lord for PDJT!

      Liked by 4 people

      • Paco Loco says:

        What economic leverage over the Chinese? They hold 1.7 Trillion USD in treasuries. If they dump them, then the US economy tanks. We have little leverage unless we devalue the dollar and the Treasuries become worth less.


        • Alligator Gar says:

          And they kill the goose that laid their golden egg. They’d be stupid to do that.

          Liked by 1 person

        • svenwg says:

          They could hold $100 Trillion, it would mean squat!

          If President Trump were to stop Chinese Trade with the US for just 3 months, China’s economy would completely collapse. This is the power that President Trump holds over Xi and China. Reneging on a debt is small potatoes in the larger scheme of Trade and the US’s control of China due to their total reliance on US Trade, writ Bigly.

          Liked by 1 person

    • Whiskey1 says:

      I suspect exactly that.

      See my post above. President Trump just may have broken thru on an emotional level with Kim and it’s something ONLY he could achieve.

      Just maybe he can cleave NK from China’s grip, and establishing unique trust is the ONLY way to start.

      Liked by 2 people

    • scott467 says:

      “This brings those “special” security assurances into focus. NK is the buffer from Japan and SK… No way Xi is going to lose NK without a fight but it will be difficult for him now. If Trump can pull off STEALING NK from China it will be astonishing.”


      Not only can he, but I think he already has.

      I would not characterize it as ‘stealing’, but rather setting the captives free.

      The only way China has been able to play this sick game — literally a decades-long crime against humanity — is by keeping their participation IN the game a ‘secret’.

      But it wasn’t ‘secret’ from the Western world’s intelligence agencies or leaders (traitors all). Everybody must have known, for decades. They are all guilty of ‘collusion’ with China to oppress North Korea for their own interests. The West’s leaders kept it ‘secret’ to protect their own dark interests.

      Trump doesn’t share those ‘dark interests’, ergo Trump has no motive to keep the ‘secret’.

      That means Trump has all the leverage; he can pull the curtain back and expose China whenever he wants.

      Panda better be good… or it’s gonna hurt bad.

      Liked by 5 people

      • jmclever says:

        And Hence Mike Pompeo, former CIA head, is now Sec’y of State. Not because T-Rex wasn’t doing a great job but because Kim needed to know that Trump knows all the dirty CIA secrets from the past

        Liked by 2 people

      • WSB says:

        “But it wasn’t ‘secret’ from the Western world’s intelligence agencies or leaders (traitors all). Everybody must have known, for decades. They are all guilty of ‘collusion’ with China to oppress North Korea for their own interests. The West’s leaders kept it ‘secret’ to protect their own dark interests.”

        Isn’t it amazing that our government has possibly kept this secret from us for so many years? A Bogeyman from the start?

        Little Rocket Man and The Orange One probably had a good time of it, enraging the Chinese and our deep state, but no one could say anything…


        Liked by 2 people

      • piper567 says:

        scott, its really pretty depressing, the rot in our Government, when you put it as you have.
        If Trump can continue to pull back curtains, the entire world will be able to make room for actual people everywhere to live actual lives, free of dominance from the evil which besets us all.
        This would be truly miraculous.
        Godspeed, Mr. President.

        Liked by 2 people

        • G. Combs says:

          “…. its really pretty depressing, the rot in our Government,…..”

          Goes back to Bush I and Clinton.

          Chasing the Dragon — Clinton’s China Policy

          Remember the Rebooblicans didn’t try to impeach Clinton for taking all the campaign $$$ from Red China. After all The Chamber of Commerce was ALSO siding with China and against the USA.

          Liked by 2 people

        • scott467 says:

          “scott, its really pretty depressing, the rot in our Government, when you put it as you have. If Trump can continue to pull back curtains, the entire world will be able to make room for actual people everywhere to live actual lives, free of dominance from the evil which besets us all. This would be truly miraculous.”



          As an aside, and not meaning to put you on the spot or single you out in ANY way, just a general observation, the use of the word or term ‘Godspeed’ is a most curious thing (to me).

          I know that everyone, almost without exception, means well by it.

          I looked it up one time, in an online Bible, because I was pretty sure the only time I remembered the term being used was in a warning NOT to say it.

          It turns out that the words or term ‘God speed’ is used exactly two times in all of Scripture, in two consecutive verses:

          “If there come any unto you, and bring not this doctrine, receive him not into your house, neither bid him God speed: [11] For he that biddeth him God speed is partaker of his evil deeds.” (1 John 1:10-11, KJV)

          I’m not suggesting that DJT is committing evil deeds, or anything like that, it just seems like the usage of this term is growing in popularity day by day, like the train has left the station, without understanding where the term comes from, or that the source from which it comes was in the context of a warning NOT to say it.

          The context of the passage was in regard to guarding against false doctrine, i.e., doctrine which is not found in Scripture, otherwise known as ‘doctrines of men’.

          But that’s not how anybody seems to use the expression today. Today it seems to be used primarily as an expression of support or encouragement with a religious overtone, even though the sole source of the expression includes a warning not to use it — unless someone is clearly abiding in the doctrine of Christ (1 John 1:9).

          I am fascinated by things like this — I see them all the time, everywhere, and I am always struck by the contradiction of it all.

          So little in this world seems to make any sense, if you peel back even a single layer of the onion.


  38. JoAnn Leichliter says:

    I suspect that China has planned to replace Kim at least once already. Remember that half-brother (of not so happy memory)?

    Liked by 2 people

  39. scruffyleon says:

    IMO, the Chinese will try to remove Kim Jong Un either by coup or assassination but there must not be Chinese finger prints on it. Assassination while Kim is visiting another country is the best scenario.
    Kim knows he must move fast to set the new Agreement in motion. That is his best protection from the reprisal of the ChiComs. The Chinese have a small window of opportunity to keep NK under their control.
    I hope I’m wrong.

    Liked by 2 people

    • billrla says:

      scruffyleon: The Chicoms are not affraid of “losing” North Korea. The Chicoms are affraid of losing China.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Dutchman says:

      I think not, on assasination/coup.
      That exposes the myth, and I THINK thats something China DOESN’T want to do.

      If they expose that THEY are in charge, then they OWN all the human rights abuses, the highly adversarily arms pointed ar Seole, ALL of it.

      Behavior we accepted or tolerated, cause it was a,’rougue state’, and the ‘hermit kingdom’.

      Do we toldrate the same behavior, from a member of the wto, major trading ‘partner’, etc.

      China CAN NOT allow the unmasking.
      They MUST maintain the illusion.
      Hence, while the next,weeks or months may be crucial, im not sure China can prevent DJT from taking Chinas queen.
      Definetly ‘guarde’, as in your queen is threatened.

      Sometimes in chess, you cant keep your queen, cause then your king would be in check (exposure).

      So, you ‘allow’ your queen to be taken, cause theres nothing you can do to stop it.

      Liked by 1 person

  40. Dutchman says:

    How LONG has this been going on?

    Kims father, and Grandfather also powerless figureheads, since Chinese army entered during Korean war?

    The deal has been done, too quick for China to stop, and too ‘public’.

    Presented to the world as a ‘fait compi’, China cannot be ‘seen’ queering the deal, they need to maintain the fascade that N.Korea is ‘seperate’, and independent.

    As another poster mentioned, Chinas quislings in Congress, lobbyists, etc. are going to be under enormous pressure to earn their pay, by stopping or slowing down this deal.

    Once more, they are going to be exposing, to the american people, WHO they work for, i.e. NOT the A.P.

    But, like China, there is only so much they can do.

    Liked by 6 people

    • jmclever says:

      During the press conference after the summit, POTUS Trump alluded to the fact that he has been researching who would legally need to sign to officially end the war. Officially, the United States involvement in the Korean war was via the UN and was considered a “policing action.” From my reading, the war was officially between north and south Korea (although it was clearly Communist Russia and China using NoKo as proxy against US and UN). There is nothing Congress can do to stop this.

      Liked by 1 person

    • piper567 says:

      Dutchman, 5000 Press in attendance.


  41. zooamerica says:

    I think China forcefully put the Panda Mask on Kim Jong-un, and he doesn’t like it.

    Kim wants to tear off his fake Panda Mask and join US.

    If Kim Jong-un ultimately decides to side with America, China will be surrounded by something called a United Korea, and Japan all on the same page.

    I have no doubt that President Trump offered Kim Jong-un protection.

    Protection from China, and a once in a lifetime opportunity to change the world for the good was the offer.

    I think Kim Jong-un knows the situation better than most Americans understand.

    Ever since he was born, Kim Jong-un has lived a life of being afraid of people trying to kill him, including his own family and his Chinese overseers.

    Kim Jong-un flew to Singapore, but took a path that was 5 hours longer out of fear of being blown out of the sky.

    To put it simply, the kid is paranoid…and complicated, and SMART.

    Kim Jong-un has been offered the Greatest Olive Branch by President Trump.

    Dennis Rodman is amazing. God put him in a place and time to make history.

    Rodman never knew about North Korea before playing basketball there.

    He didn’t know about the politics of North Korea until he started getting death threats.

    Probably from one of Hillary’s cohorts.

    The losers have lost, America has won, Again.

    The Winners take nothing for granted and FIGHT for every day God gives us.

    Something so simple, so beautiful and so amazing last night was so special.

    Liked by 3 people

  42. Risasi says:

    When Sundance said NK was a client state of China a month or two ago I’ve had pictured in my mind a great red dragon.

    In one hand holding a mask over it’s dragon face, and talking nice-nice.

    Then on the dragon’s other hand a puppet dragon speaking threats and boasting.

    Ben Garrison needs to draw this.

    Liked by 2 people

  43. nerveman says:

    I am reluctant to say this and probably shouldn’t. What if the Tianjin Factory explosion was not an accident. What if the North Korean Mountain collapse was not an accident. What if the were 2 very serious messages sent to China?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Cetera says:

      It wouldn’t surprise me if neither were accidents. I suspect that the first one was a true accident, however. It works out about the same either way. The second being a purposeful act following on the situation created by the first accident yields the same results, the same intent.


  44. scott467 says:

    “Under this scenario, Chairman Xi has to play a very careful game of geopolitical cunning; and if at any moment he sees Chairman Kim accepting the rescue of President Trump, Xi will likely move to eliminate Kim and defend his interests quickly.”


    Except if anything happens to Kim now — if he slips in the bathtub, trips on the sidewalk, is found in Fort Marcy Park with a ‘Hillary’ button on his lapel, etc. — DJT will pull the curtain back to expose China as the perpetrator, and Xi Jinping instantly becomes the global pariah who murdered the man who tried to make Peace with the world.

    That will be the end of Xi, no matter what he does.

    DJT is looking for any reason to sanction and tariff China into economic collapse, and murdering Kim would be reason times infinity.

    And China as a nation would ‘lose face’ to such a degree that they may never get it back. Not even if they executed Xi Jinping publicly.

    They would become China, the nation of Peace-Murderers.


    Liked by 9 people

    • Sylvia Avery says:

      Okay, laughing hysterically at the image of Kim in Ft Marcy park with a Hillary button.

      However, you make an excellent point. After the coverage of the summit, the flowers in the cannons, the hope of peace in everyone’s heart and mind, if Xi tried that now he would REALLY lose face. Peace Murderers indeed.

      Liked by 6 people

    • L. E. Joiner says:

      And China as a nation would ‘lose face’ to such a degree that they may never get it back. Not even if they executed Xi Jinping publicly.

      Remember Tiananmen Square, 1989.


  45. kea says:

    PS. Notice how normally POTUS Trump has been effusive of praise upon Xi Jinping. However, after the one-on-one with Chairman Kim, that praise was considerably less….——Really because I was watching the press thing last night/early morning and noticed Trump kept making references to his good friend Xi.

    Also this so I felt he kept hinting at China. Its very clear Trump is saying. I know what you did….

    Question: Wouldn’t China just control the media and just add more businesses to the NK side to make sure they could control it?!?!? Giving the illusion of freedom?!?!

    Undeveloped land —> Big $ to be had?!?!


  46. John Rawls says:

    Surely China/DPRK are watching the traitorous US media, looking at the worthless Iran deal, reading Susan Rice’s op-ed about tolerating NK nukes, and thinking about ways to extend the denuclearization timeline.

    Liked by 1 person

  47. Sylvia Avery says:

    Some have been speculating that PDJT and Kim have either met before or had conversations before and that possibly an agreement was already made and the summit was largely for show.

    Given Sundance’s analysis of NK as being completely dominated by China and perhaps far more than we had previously surmised, the difficulty of trying to denuke NK seems really impossible. But what those speculations about PDJT and Kim having already talked, developed a relationship, made an agreement before the summit are true?

    If true, we would know how vulnerable Kim is and we would want to protect him and NK from China. I can’t help but think that not only do we already have some undercover security around Kim right now but who knows? Maybe the denuking process is already underway, also? We may have had people in there covertly dearming them and/or spiking their guns so that China can’t mess this up easily.

    I wonder if we will ever know the whole story. I’m so glad we have a VSG in charge.

    Liked by 5 people

  48. vēritas quaestio says:

    A few minutes ago, “North Korea state media says Trump agreed to lift sanctions against North”

    Is the “signing” optimism dying already? Looks like it if this North Korean official KCNA news agency allegedly believes. If Kim and Xi Jinping are playing games already get out now before the humiliation gets worse.

    Liked by 1 person

    • vēritas quaestio says:

      Perhaps the video didn’t impress Kim or Xi Jinping unless a clarification is delivered soon.
      This might be the 1st stab in the back if true. Get out of this negotiating farce before more back stabs follow,


    • John Rawls says:

      Not a good sign.
      Hope Kim understands he has one shot at this.
      Once he goes back on his word, he’s fcked.


      • vēritas quaestio says:

        If this is true, it is definitely not a good sign. Maybe Trump should be preparing a retreat from the optimism he’s been reasonably and rightfully promoting.

        “You can lead a horse to water but you can’t make it drink.” Or in this case IF TRUE: you can occasionally entice a brutal dictator to the peace table but you can’t make him peaceful at heart if he is not inclined or is just a game playing Xi Jinping puppet following his instructions.


      • piper567 says:

        Pompeo made it clear that the “v”, as in verifiable, was an indispensable part of the negotiations.
        And that the sanctions would Not be lifted until verifications were completed.

        Liked by 2 people

        • vēritas quaestio says:

          Thanks, I did know that piper567 and troublemaker 10 below. You are both right of course but it looked like the North Koreans were playing games again already and making premature claims. Hopefully, it was just MSM hyperbole or distortion.


    • Troublemaker10 says:

      Sanctions aren’t mentioned in the signed document. However, Trump mentioned two things about sanctions.

      First he said we were getting ready to slap new sanctions on NK, but won’t since we are in negotiations. Secondly, Trump said that he did want to eventually left sanctions when we get to a certain point in denuclearization process.

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  49. Grandma Covfefe says:

    Fact: Kim-Jong Un flew to Singapore on the China Airlines, right? did Kim fly back home?? Hopefully not on the China Airlines…good time to take Kim down if Xi thought Kim would be siding with P. Trump.

    I pray Kim is OK and that he’ll have guardian angels around him. There is still a lot we don’t know, but I thought it very telling that President Trump gave his presser after Kim left Singapore, as if to keep Kim out of harm’s way, but if he went back home on China Airlines…then….?


  50. CM-TX says:

    🤔 | … Since then, Pyongyang has become increasingly dependent on China for concessional trade, food, aid, & fuel. A telling measure of China’s growing influence is that in the months prior to Kim Jong Eun’s official emergence in 2010 as the chosen successor to Kim Jong II, the ailing elder Kim traveled to Beijing, where diplomats say he asked for China to bless his succession plan. |

    By Blaine Harden
    (“One man’s remarkable Odyssey from NK to Freedom in the West”)

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