Dennis Rodman to Visit North Korea

Lee Rogers
Daily Stormer
June 13, 2017

Dennis Rodman and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un are practically best pals!

There are reports circulating that former NBA player Dennis Rodman is about to visit North Korea. Rodman and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un are actually friends. He’s visited North Korea several times already.

Rodman’s visit follows a series of missile tests conducted by the North Korean government that has got everybody in ZOG land upset.

Washington Examiner:

Former NBA star player Dennis Rodman is expected to arrive in North Korea on Tuesday for a trip of unknown purpose.

Rodman was seen at Beijing International Airport earlier in the day preparing to board a flight to Pyongyang, North Korea, CNN reported Monday.

Rodman has visited North Korea on four other occasions and is one of a handful of Americans to have met leader Kim Jong Un.

His last visit, three and a half years ago, included a group of professional basketball players who played for Kim as a birthday present.

Rodman’s trip to North Korea comes at a time of heightened concern between the U.S. and North Korea due to its continued testing of missiles. North Korea is also holding four Americans in custody.

Rodman, once a contestant on President Trump’s “Celebrity Apprentice” TV show, has previously said he is not acting on behalf of the U.S. when he visits Kim.

Even though Rodman is saying he’s not officially acting on behalf of the United States when he is over there, I wonder how true that actually is. Rodman as mentioned in the news blurb was once a contestant on Trump’s TV show. I’m pretty sure that he is the only person in the world who personally knows both Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump.

I’ve previously called for Trump to consider appointing Rodman as the official U.S. ambassador to North Korea. While the idea might sound insane to the average person, I think it’d be worth a try. What’s insane is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting things to change. Rodman despite being a crazy Black man, obviously has some level of rapport with Kim Jong Un. This would be useful in starting a process towards real diplomatic talks.

This idea that Kim Jong Un is some type of insane mad man is utterly retarded. An insane person would not be able to hold on to power as long as he has. There is no reason in the world why the United States can’t start holding direct talks with North Korea.

While I’m not overly optimistic that his visit will amount to anything of significance, it will interesting to see what comes of it.