Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley Discuss North Korea Sanctions With Security Council…

Amid ongoing maneuvers by China and Russia to influence the activity of North Korea; and amid both Chinese and Russian interests in violating ongoing trade and economic sanctions against North Korea; Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley meet with the U.N. Security Council.

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[Transcript] SECRETARY POMPEO: Good afternoon, everyone. First I want to commend my good friend Ambassador Haley and her excellent team here at the United Nations. Her leadership in advancing American interest on North Korea and many other issues has been evident here this morning, and she’s got a great team behind her helping. So thank you, Nikki.

The main reason I came here today was to meet with members of the UN Security Council – South Korea and Japan as well – to convey details of my work on the trip to North Korea earlier this month and the progress that was made there. I also had the opportunity to meet with UN Secretary-General Guterres to discuss the topic and other topics as well.

The countries of the Security Council are united on the need for final, fully verified denuclearization of North Korea, as agreed to by Chairman Kim. Strict enforcement of sanctions is critical to our achieving this goal.

Members of the UN Security Council, and by extension all UN member-states, have unanimously agreed to fully enforce sanctions on North Korea, and we expect them to continue to honor those commitments. When sanctions are not enforced, the prospects for the successful denuclearization are diminished. Right now, North Korea is illegally smuggling petroleum products into the country at a level that far exceeds the quotas established by the United Nations. These illegal ship-to-ship transfers are the most prominent means by which this is happening.

These transfers happened at least 89 times in the first five months of this year and they continue to occur. The United States reminds every UN member-state of its responsibility to stop illegal ship-to-ship transfers, and we urge them to step up their enforcement efforts as well.

We must also crack down on other forms of sanctions evasion, including the smuggling of coal by sea, smuggling by overland borders, and the presence of North Korean guest workers in certain countries. North Korean cyber thefts and other criminal activities are also generating significant revenues for the regime, and they must be stopped.

President Trump remains upbeat about the prospects of denuclearization of North Korea. So do I, as progress is happening. It is the Trump administration’s hope that one day the DPRK could be in our midst here at the United Nations – not as a pariah, but as a friend. Imagine UN Security Council meetings in which the DPRK nuclear and missile programs were not the agenda time and time again. We’ll be able to focus our energy on so many urgent problems that face our world.

I believe this reality is possible, and so does President Trump. But it will take full enforcement of sanctions for us to get there. It will also take Chairman Kim following through on his personal commitments that he made to President Trump in Singapore. The path ahead is not easy; it will take time. But our hopes for a safer world for all of us and a brighter future for North Korea remains our objective, and that hope endures.

Thank you. Ambassador Haley.

AMBASSADOR HALEY: Thank you so much. And I’m very grateful to my friend, Secretary Pompeo, for coming out and meeting with the Security Council today.

This is what we know. Eighteen months ago when I came in, our biggest concern was North Korea. Everyone was wondering when that new test was going to happen, everyone was wondering when the new threat would occur, and the entire international community knew something had to happen. It was a herculean task by the Security Council to pass three massive sanctions packages, getting rid of all exports, 90 percent of their trade, 30 percent of their oil, expelling all labor workers and scheduling that down, making sure all joint ventures stopped. All of that combined with the international community coming together and expelling diplomats and stopping communication, and with the President’s tough stance, all of that was really the combination that brought North Korea to the table.

Now, North Korea and the U.S. have started to have talks. And as those things are happening, we and the Security Council and the international community have to support those talks. And the best way we can support those talks is to not loosen the sanctions. And what we have been seeing is certain countries wanting to do waivers, certain countries saying, “Let’s lift sanctions,” certain countries wanting to do more. And what – I appreciate Secretary Pompeo coming up and what we continue to reiterate is we can’t do one thing until we see North Korea respond to their promise to denuclearize. We have to see some sort of action. And so until that action happens, the Security Council’s going to hold tight, the international community – we ask you to hold tight as we go forward.

The problem that we are encountering is that some of our friends have decided that they want to go around the rules. You saw that there was violations of the oil ban. We have, as Secretary Pompeo said, seen 89 times where that has happened. We have photographs of proof of ship-to-ship transfers. And our friends, what we decided was let’s come together and let’s make sure that this stops. So the U.S. put yesterday a halt to all additional refined petroleum shipments to North Korea. China and Russia blocked it.

Now for China and Russia to block it, what are they telling us? Are they telling us that they want to continue supplying this oil? They claim they need more information. We don’t need any more information. The sanctions committee has what it needs. We all know it’s going forward. We put pressure today on China and Russia to abide and be good helpers through this situation and to help us continue with denuclearization.

And so I think this was a day of very frank talk between the Secretary, the foreign minister of South Korea, our Japanese friends as well, as well as the Security Council to say: If we want to see success, we have to see a response from Chairman Kim, and we have to continue to hold the line until that happens. And so very successful day, again, promising that the Security Council has remained united and continuing to put pressure on our members to not fall through on that process. Thank you.

QUESTION: Mr. Secretary —

MS NAUERT: Three quick – three quick questions. Rich Edson, Fox News.

QUESTION: Thank you. Mr. Secretary, UN Ambassador Haley mentioned that Russia isn’t being all that helpful to sanctions enforcement. The President mentioned after his meeting with President Putin that President Putin was going to help on North Korea. Is Russia reneging on an agreement that it made with the President? And is – what else did the two presidents agree to when they met?

SECRETARY POMPEO: So enforcement of sanctions is a continuing process. There are many places where the Russians have been helpful. Certainly since the very beginning of the time of the UN Security resolutions the Russians have done many things to enforce these sanctions, and we’re deeply appreciative of that. What we need now, though, is we need to continue that. We need to make sure that the world doesn’t begin to see this – this is not an American demand for the North Koreans to denuclearize; it is the world’s demand and we need the world to continue to participate.

And so where we find issues where any country, whether it’s Russia or another one, not doing their part to enforce it, we’re going to make sure that we provide the information to them so they can all see it and the world can see it, and we’re going to demand that every country in the world do their part.

MS NAUERT: Kylie from CBS News.

QUESTION: Just following up, Mr. Secretary, on a question about Russia, because that’s kind of what everyone in Washington is talking about today. Why is it a good idea for the President to invite Vladimir Putin to the White House? What does the U.S. have to gain from that visit?

SECRETARY POMPEO: Yeah, I’m happy that the two leaders of two very important countries are continuing to meet. If that meeting takes place in Washington, I think it’s all to the good. Those conversations are incredibly important. We have our senior leaders meeting all across the world with people where we have deep disagreements with. It is incredibly valuable to the people of the United States of America that President Putin and President Trump continue to engage in dialogue to resolve the difficult issues that our countries face between each other. I think this makes enormous sense, and I’m very hopeful that that meeting will take place this fall.

MS NAUERT: And final question, Michelle from Reuters.

QUESTION: Thank you. Mr. Secretary, what concrete steps do you need to see North Korea take now to show that they are committed to denuclearization? And on Russia, the Russian defense ministry said this morning that they’ve sent proposals to Washington about the return of millions of Syrian refugees. They said it’s based on an agreement that was reached by President Putin and President Trump. Have you seen those proposals, and what is this agreement that they’ve reached?

SECRETARY POMPEO: So I’ll take the second one first. So lots of discussion taking place. There was a discussion between President Trump and President Putin about the resolution in Syria and how we might get the refugees back. The President shared with me the conversations that they’d had. It is important to the world that at the right time, through a voluntary mechanism, these refugees are able to return to their home country. It’s what we’ve all been working on. It’s what the UN has been working on with Staffan de Mistura working on that very same problem set. And President Putin and President Trump did discuss that. There’s lots of work to do to figure out how to implement that, but the United States certainly wants to be part of help achieving that resolution in Syria, make no mistake about it.

Your first question was about what we need to see. It’s really pretty straightforward, right? And it’s not my – it’s not my description of what needs to take place. Chairman Kim made a promise. Chairman Kim told not only President Trump, but President Moon that he was prepared to denuclearize. The scope and scale of that is agreed to. The North Koreans understand what that means. There’s no mistake about what the scope of denuclearization looks like.

So what do we need to see? We need to see Chairman Kim do what he promised the world he would do. It’s not very fancy, but it’s the truth.

MS NAUERT: All right. Thank you. Thank you.

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47 Responses to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley Discuss North Korea Sanctions With Security Council…

  1. jmclever says:

    Nations who cheat on UN sanctions should have their voting privileges suspended until they again become compliant.

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    • scott467 says:

      They should have Tomahawk missiles rain down on their capitols.

      But that would be impolite.

      So SINK their SHIPS in international waters as they are caught violating sanctions.

      Blub blub blub blub blub… down she goes!

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    • scott467 says:

      “Nations who cheat on UN sanctions should have their voting privileges suspended until they again become compliant.”

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      Kick them out.

      If you get caught cheating on a test in college, you get kicked out of the university.

      What these member nations are doing is worse by a factor of roughly infinity.

      The reason the world’s political-class is completely LAWLESS is because they NEVER pay any PENALTY for their LAWLESSNESS.

      We the People are penalized for looking at someone the wrong way, while the gangsters on the world stage commit atrocities with impunity.

      And why wouldn’t they?

      What do they have to fear?

      Apparently nothing.

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      • 4sure says:

        Scott. All of your responses are spot on and humorous. The reason they are humorous is because the response from Haley/Pompeo is so damn in our faces as if we are dumb as a rock. Their statements are quite embarrassing coming from the persons who should and do have the power to enact some muscle. Gotta hate these beaureaucrats who can do nothing but bloviate.

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        • scott467 says:

          I’m glad somebody understands my humor! 🙂

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          “The reason they are humorous is because the response from Haley/Pompeo is so damn in our faces as if we are dumb as a rock.”

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          It’s like Munchausen’s Syndrome by proxy. That’s not technically accurate, but it’s the best I could come up with on short notice.

          They have the ability to know that sanctions are being violated, and they have the power to do something about.

          So why go before the cameras and use the media to perpetrate this charade to ‘scold’ the guilty parties before the public, without ever actually showing the public what they DID or doing anything about it?

          Why are they telling us for? WE CAN’T DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT.

          But THEY can.

          It’s like a fireman going on TV to tell the public that the Library is on fire.

          My first question is “don’t you guys have a fire truck?” followed by “what are you doing on TV talking about it? Go put the fire out already!”

          If they have a problem with Putin and Xi-Pingpong, take it up with them. There’s literally NOTHING we can do about it.

          And if the idea is to use the world stage to shame Putin and Xi-Dingdong, then they need to provide the evidence and expose the bad actors, because anything short of that is meaningless (to the bad actors). You’re not going to ‘shame’ these people simply by scolding them and wagging your finger at them… it’s ludicrous.

          Either hash it out directly with Putin and Xi-crack-ho, or if you’re going to do the public exposure routine, then you gotta go all the way and really do it.

          But they did neither one. They chose “C” when the only options were ‘A’ or ‘B’.

          They have the power and ability to act.

          We don’t.

          So why are they telling us?

          I’m glad they’re ‘keeping us in the loop’, that’s nice, but they didn’t really share any evidence, just accusations.

          ALL of these people operate as if they have inherent credibility, when they don’t.

          They act like they’ve been sound asleep for the last 30 years and have no idea that government HAS NO CREDIBILITY. Nobody is taking their WORD for anything anymore.

          That’s OVER, and it’s never coming back. Not for the generation who lived through it.

          We have been lied to for so long that the whole country turned into Missouri when it comes to anything said by the government — SHOW ME.

          THIS should be their new motto: “Don’t take our word for it, see the evidence for yourself — and here it is“.

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          • bkrg2 says:

            scott – this is a good analogy and very clear. Your provocation really made me rethink this situation…

            when i fist saw the article, I was pleased with Pompeo & Haley. After thinking about your comment, I will assume they already talked to Xi and Putin. And now just informing the rest of the (almost worthless) UN. Also, she did say they have photo evidence.

            However, Putin did cite a few examples were protocols and notifications were not followed by USA (like 1999 treaty for Mullers which hunt). Let’s hope this is not the case this time.

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      • You do not get kicked out for cheating. You get sent to the schools counselor or more likely a therapist, and get your gun rights taken away. OK? Questions?

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  2. scott467 says:

    “And what we have been seeing is certain countries wanting to do waivers, certain countries saying, “Let’s lift sanctions,” certain countries wanting to do more.”

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    It’s incredible, the craving for money, the constant, relentless, obsessive, psychopathic NEEEEED for MONEY!!!

    Money money money money!

    Yet the powers that be can’t seem understand why people outside of the political-class should want or need any money at all.

    DROP the HAMMER on these people. Nobody will miss them. The earth itself would groan in relief at their disappearance.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Yet the powers that be can’t seem understand why people outside of the political-class should want or need any money at all.

      Absolutely brilliant statement that illustrates the total arrogance and “let them eat cake” attitude of the Ruling Class in the DC Swamp.

      The last Elitist to offer that answer to her subjects found herself receiving a unrequested head-ectomy.

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    • svenwg says:

      If indeed it was about ‘money’ one might just understand the greed, but it is not, it is about gathering zeros after a number from 1-9 in a bank account that could and should fail tomorrow.

      Never ever forget that ‘money’ is not currency, which is nothing but a cheque on an account that has a zero balance.

      No Civilisation has ever survived having Fiat Currency as the nation’s tradable system, from the ancient Greeks who debased their gold coins to today’s dollar based on nothing, they have all failed as is happening today.

      Gold and silver are the only true values for money and when the entire banking system collapses, as it will, only those that have squirrelled away gold and silver coins will have the money yo survive.

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  3. Michael J says:

    Moon may be a “good” poker player, but Trump knows every card in his hand.

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  4. Angry Dumbo says:

    Wow! Been so long since I have read the transcript of a functional press conference, with substantive, relevant questions posed in a civil and reverent tone.

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  5. RJ says:

    Do I want chocolate or vanilla? I’m not sure…but I do know this: Chairman Kim’s dance partner is not President Trump, it is Chairman Xi of China. Vlad’s dance partner is anybody who will hurt or harm the United States.

    Who controls the band? Who makes the ice cream? Get to them and our players will need to make some new decisions. Trump is trying to do just that,,take control via sanctions, etc.

    Maybe he should send Whoopi over to dance with Vlad; then see if she can make it to North Korea and do her special magic. Trump is on the playing field for America.

    These other, so called “players” are merely loud mouths who are more stupid than they could/will ever imagine!

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  6. scott467 says:

    “The countries of the Security Council are united on the need for final, fully verified denuclearization of North Korea, as agreed to by Chairman Kim. Strict enforcement of sanctions is critical to our achieving this goal.”

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    Well that’s good news, sounds like everything is well in hand. If he Security Council is united, then they should be able to PUNISH any country caught violating the sanctions EASILY and SEVERELY.

    Right?

    I mean, I would do it — I would do it gladly and eagerly — but I’m not there, and you are.

    So…. do it, already.

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  7. scott467 says:

    “Right now, North Korea is illegally smuggling petroleum products into the country at a level that far exceeds the quotas established by the United Nations. These illegal ship-to-ship transfers are the most prominent means by which this is happening.”

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    What is the point of telling us about it, instead of DOING something about it?

    Are you trying to publicly shame the smugglers? Does anyone think the smugglers will stop smuggling because they are ‘shamed’ by Mr. Pompeo and Ms. Haley?

    I don’t… and I don’t think Haley or Pompeo do either… because… they’re smugglers. It’s what they do. It’s not like you caught a Sunday School teacher smoking a cigarette out behind the church building.

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    “These transfers happened at least 89 times in the first five months of this year and they continue to occur. The United States reminds every UN member-state of its responsibility to stop illegal ship-to-ship transfers, and we urge them to step up their enforcement efforts as well.”

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    The fact that you know exactly how many times it occurred means you also know WHO did it, and where, and when.

    So what are you going to DO about it?

    I mean, I could do something about it, if you want. I can sell some stuff, buy a seaworthy boat of some kind, outfit it Mad Max style, and go patrol the NK coast if you really need me to.

    But in all fairness, that’s kinda sorta what we pay YOU to do.

    And you prolly even have a better up-armored boat than I could jerry-rig. Probably a couple of them. Maybe even already in the area.

    So what are you waiting for?

    Either give me the green light, or use the tools We the People entrusted to you and take care of it already.

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    • Not necessarily the right posture if you want to avoid wars. You have to have a very special patience to work with Nations.

      Rather than working at the highest level on the International level it’s more like kindergarten. Progress is due to repetition, patience and calling people out when its appropriate. You don’t shoot them all at once, you cut off a toe and maybe that’s enough to get them playing well with others. There is always another day. Because wars kill people & don’t solve much. When people leave the table the odds of war go up.

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      • scott467 says:

        “Not necessarily the right posture if you want to avoid wars. You have to have a very special patience to work with Nations.”

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        Spare the rod, spoil the child.

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        “Rather than working at the highest level on the International level it’s more like kindergarten.”

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        If you treat them like children, should they not act like children?

        Treat them like adults, care enough about them (and more importantly, their people) to teach them that actions have consquences greater than a schoolmarm tut-tutting them at the useless U.N.

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        “You don’t shoot them all at once, you cut off a toe and maybe that’s enough to get them playing well with others. ”

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        Now we’re cooking with gasoline. An idea I can relate to.

        https://getyarn.io/yarn-clip/ccde7407-9b1b-4b06-a755-270e4188449a#B1_RMlge4X.copy

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    • Mercenary says:

      The US carriers are there for an embargo. Don’t think Trump isn’t prepared to go there. These types of statements are important to building the case for if/when that actually happens.

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  8. scott467 says:

    “We must also crack down on other forms of sanctions evasion, including the smuggling of coal by sea, smuggling by overland borders, and the presence of North Korean guest workers in certain countries. North Korean cyber thefts and other criminal activities are also generating significant revenues for the regime, and they must be stopped.”

    ___________________

    If you must crack down, then what are you standing here talking about it for?

    I mean, if you KNOW what the problem is, and you HAVE the authority and the tools to fix it, then what do you want?

    Are you asking me to do it?

    I’ll do it. I’ll drone the daylights out of them. Have Fed-Ex drop off the software and control package, I’ll hook it up to my desktop PC, and I’ll take care of it for ya.

    Is that what you want?

    I’m just trying to understand what you’re doing. If you need my help, I’ll do it for you. I won’t even charge you anything (’cause it would be like charging myself).

    Since you don’t want to use the tools We the People gave you, drop them off at my house, with a technician to set it up properly, and I’ll take care of it.

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  9. NannyG says:

    interesting

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  10. scott467 says:

    “The problem that we are encountering is that some of our friends have decided that they want to go around the rules.”

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    It doesn’t sound like they are our ‘friends’ at all, so why do you keep calling them ‘friends’?

    Is it a language problem, a failure to understand what the meaning of the word ‘friend’ is?

    Is it some kind of creepy new-age Orwellian neurolinguistics trick?

    Or is it one of those Jedi Knight tricks, i.e., ‘these are not the drones you’re looking for’?

    If they are violating the sanctions, then they are not our ‘friends’.

    If they are not our ‘friends’, then don’t call them our ‘friends’.

    Save the gaslighting for the enemy… er, I mean, our ‘friends’.

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      “Friends” is simply diplomatic talk; a kind of respectful sugar coating while you are looking someone in the face and saying “you dirty liar.” No other nation is our “friend,” nor are we the friend to other nations. There are national purposes for each nation and that’s that. The U.S. must throw its weight around respectfully for our national purposes. If we can work it so that other nations benefit too, that is how to make “friends.”

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      • scott467 says:

        Then they should learn from their boss.

        They should say “Putin and Xi-Jinping are Lenny and Squiggy, good friends who you don’t really want to spend a lot of time with. We have a great relationship, but they’re both lyin’ their pants off and stabbing the whole world in the back.

        It sure looks like they are both trying to PREVENT PEACE with North Korea, and here is all the evidence: ___________________________________________________

        And that has to stop, our very good friends Lenny and Squiggy need to get their act together, or there will be serious consequences, just like with any friendship”.

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  11. scott467 says:

    ” You saw that there was violations of the oil ban. We have, as Secretary Pompeo said, seen 89 times where that has happened. We have photographs of proof of ship-to-ship transfers.”

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    Show the photographs, a la Cuban Missile crisis-style.

    Show the world exactly what our ‘friends’ are doing. It would be much more effective than talking about it, especially in an age where government credibility is less than zero.

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    “So the U.S. put yesterday a halt to all additional refined petroleum shipments to North Korea. China and Russia blocked it.

    Now for China and Russia to block it, what are they telling us? Are they telling us that they want to continue supplying this oil?”

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    Well let me consult my certified Chinese and Russian language translators… just a moment please…

    Ah yes, one of my translators has seen this ploy before, and says that what Russia and China are telling us is that they are not operating in good faith. It’s roughly equivalent to shouting ‘We are Not Your Friends‘ through a bull horn, in your face.

    Glad I could help out.

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  12. Bull Durham says:

    The issue of oil transfers and oil shipments to North Korea stems from UN Sanctions allowing 500,000 barrels of oil per year. The US hopes to shut this off. China and Russia disagree. They see it as a useful tool with which they can coerce North Korea to begin the long march to denuclearization. Trump knows that the heavy pressure internally to Kim must come from his “allies”, China and Russia. If no oil is allowed in, the on-off spigot effect Russia and China can use is gone. Promising oil to a nation without any won’t work. It merely makes them dig in more.

    The Russians and Chinese have a good understanding of North Korean Communist Party and Military that the US does not have.

    Maybe oil in small amounts is appropriate to get the tough processes going.

    We entered a negotiation relationship in Singapore. Blockade is a war tactic.

    Giving small amounts of petroleum actually lubricates the processes we want.

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  13. Trump Train says:

    I despise the UN with every fiber of my being but that said, Nikki is a fantastic representative for the US. Pompeo is an A-Team player also. To bad we cannot have an AG of the same caliber.

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  14. falcon says:

    Pompeo has put the trap in place, the stage is set. Next comes the names and then the hit! Any questions?

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  15. Alonzo says:

    POMPEO/HALEY or HALEY/POMPEO 2024!
    I’m tellin ya!!!
    Every time that I hear either of those two speak, I become more impressed with their abilities. They were both excellent picks by POTUS and we are lucky to have such skilled people. They do not take any flak from outside interests. Pompeo is really something in his clear, concise speaking abilities. Haley is nearly as good and I believe she is a little more tenacious than Pompeo. MAGA is what they breathe and live!

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  16. snailmailtrucker says:

    GET THE US OUT OF THE UN
    GET THE UN OUT OF THE US !

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  17. oldarmyblog says:

    Sorry folks, but Kim is playing the same old game as his father and grandfather did. The leopard has not changed his spots. They will never give up their program. Denuclearization means we totally pull out of the area. All the talk was a totally deception on their part. Look at history. Go back to plan A.

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    • Trump Train says:

      There are 3 options.
      1. Kim (China) submit to Trumps plan on the table.
      2. Do nothing, kick can down the road and things go back to where they were before and eventually we will get hit with a a nuke.
      3. Vaporize NK and kill millions to protect American lives.

      There are no other options.

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    • jello333 says:

      Nope, this isn’t Kim. I think it’s crystal clear he does NOT want to continue on the path he was on. He very much wants to take the offers Trump has made him. He’s just gonna have to stand up to those (like China) who are trying to pull him the other direction. But I have ZERO doubt that Un wants things to change drastically, and is NOTHING like his father and grandfather.

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  18. Mercenary says:

    Who are the nations who gave them oil 89 times? I assume Russia and China?

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