October 6, 2019
With Mike Pompeo, a fat neocon psychopath and presumed satanic cannibal in charge of American foreign policy, you’d have to be utterly insane to believe the US government is capable of acting in good faith in negotiations with your nation – assuming your nation is not named “Israel.”
Kim opened up talks with Donald Trump because he, like all of us who voted for him, thought that his government would be different.
Kim, like Trump voters, was wrong. And Kim – hopefully like most Trump voters – is adjusting his plans because of that.
Working-level nuclear talks in Sweden between officials from Pyongyang and Washington have broken off, North Korea’s top negotiator has said, dashing prospects for an end to months of stalemate.
The talks, at an isolated conference centre on the outskirts of Stockholm, were the first such formal discussions since US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met in June and agreed to restart negotiations that stalled after a failed summit in Vietnam in February.
North Korea’s chief nuclear negotiator, Kim Myong Gil, who spent much of the day in talks with a US delegation, cast the blame on what he portrayed as US inflexibility, saying the other side’s negotiators would not “give up their old viewpoint and attitude”.
“The negotiations have not fulfilled our expectation and finally broke off,” Kim Myong Gil told reporters outside the North Korean embassy, speaking through an interpreter.
The US State Department said Kim Myong Gil’s comments did not reflect “the content or spirit” of nearly nine hours of talks, and that Washington had accepted Sweden’s invitation to return for more discussions with Pyongyang in two weeks.
“The US brought creative ideas and had good discussions with its DPRK counterparts,” spokeswoman Morgan Ortagus said in a statement. North Korea’s official name is the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK).
She said the US delegation had previewed a number of new initiatives that would pave the way for progress in the talks and underscored the importance of more intensive engagement.
“The United States and the DPRK will not overcome a legacy of 70 years of war and hostility on the Korean Peninsula through the course of a single Saturday,” she said.
“These are weighty issues, and they require a strong commitment by both countries. The United States has that commitment.”
The United States has a commitment to nothing other than whatever the Jews want. It really just is that simple. I don’t know what else to say.
The United States government is a Zionist Occupation Government. Virtually every aspect of our society is controlled by Jews entirely, but there is nothing more controlled than our foreign policy, and Donald Trump has done very little to change that.
Even I won’t say he’s done nothing, because I think that Hillary or Jeb would have invaded Syria.
But he’s done very, very little.
If the State Department is successful in kicking off a wider revolution in China with their little faggot Hong Kong hoax, that is going to be a much bigger deal than another Middle Eastern war anyway.
The good news is that ZOG’s power is waning. The US is facing internal collapse, and other countries have begun simply ignoring American/Jewish global dictates. There have been two major failed color revolutions/false flag war provocations under The Pompeo Regime, in Venezuela and Iran, and it appears that China is going to be a third fail.
North Korea making nice with ZOG at this point would be climbing aboard a sinking ship. Kim should do his best to befriend his brothers in the South without involving the US, and other than that, staying close to China until ZOG troops are pulled out of South Korea.
The day will come when the sun will shine again and all will be well under heaven.
But that day is not today.
And it is not tomorrow either.