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Thread by @ThomasWictor: "(1) Let's review. (2) Trump cancels the Singapore summit. North Korea issues a statement. straitstimes.com/asia/east-asia… (3) "The inglorio […]"

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(1) Let's review.

(2) Trump cancels the Singapore summit.

North Korea issues a statement.

straitstimes.com/asia/east-asia…
(3) "The inglorious situation today is a vivid expression of the severity of the present status of the hostile DPRK-US relations of long historical roots and the urgent necessity for the summit meeting for the improvement of the ties."
(4) Next.

The reason why trump canceled the summit.
(5) "Explaining the reason for it, he said that the statement made by Vice-Foreign Minister of the DPRK Choe Son Hui carried 'tremendous anger and open hostility' and that it is not appropriate to hold the meeting at present, a precious one that has long been planned."
(6) IT WAS ALL PART OF THE OPERATION.

The North Koreans DELIBERATELY and with Trump's FULL COOPERATION said something that expressed "tremendous anger and open hostility."
(7) After Trump canceled the summit, the North Koreans said, "The cancellation shows the very need for the summit."
(8) ABSOLUTE GENIUS.

The North Koreans got to both show that they are nobody's pushover AND show that they can "bury the past," as Kim Jong-un said.
(9) "As for the 'tremendous anger and open hostility' referred to by President Trump, it is just a reaction to the unbridled remarks made by the US side, which has long pressed the DPRK unilaterally to scrap nuclear programme ahead of the DPRK-US summit."
(10) Bolton--WITH THE FULL KNOWLEDGE AND THE COOPERATION of the north Koreans--made his Libya remarks.

The North Koreans blew up.

Trump canceled the summit.

And the NORTH KOREANS got to say, "See? They is why we need the summit."
(11) HERE is where it gets great:
(12) "We even inwardly hoped that what is called 'Trump formula' would help clear both sides of their worries and comply with the requirements of our side and would be a wise way of substantial effect for settling the issue."
(13) The North Koreans are now using the Trump formula themselves.

Look:

dailynk.com/english/north-…
(14) "The North Korean authorities held a video conference with high-ranking Party cadres ahead of the summit with the U.S. instructing them not to use the terms 'reform and opening up.'"
(15) " This appears to be a precautionary measure implemented in response to the heightened expectations of North Korean residents for 'greater freedoms' arising from the inter-Korean and U.S.-NK talks."
(16) Now, AFTER the summit.

dailynk.com/english/north-…
(17) "'Cadres are the most restless in society, and so they hope that the authorities will protect them in the upcoming meeting with the US,' a source from Ryanggang Province said."
(18) "'These people want North Korea to resist major reforms and to be in a place where they are able to comfortably earn money.'"
(19) So, the cadres--political factions--are both IN CONTROL and NOT IN CONTROL.

You know what this is?
(20) This is General Kim Yong-chol, the man who never smiles--except with Trump.
(21) He was the first head of the Reconnaissance General Bureau, North Korea's military intelligence arm.

He's running the mother of all deception operations.

That's why he and Trump get along.
(22) The North Koreans have decided to come in from the cold.

They had to do it in such a way that nobody anticipated it.

After Kim Jong-un took office, there were no major attacks on South Korea.
(23) On august 4, 2015, the North Koreans are alleged to have planted landmines along the route that South Korean soldiers patrol near the border.

Two soldiers were said to have been severely injured.
(24) IF--and that's a BIG IF--I'm right that the North Koreans have been working with Trump in a massive deception operation, South Korea would be involved.

I can't tell you if two South Korean soldiers were actually injured by landmines.

It's very possible.
(25) But to me, all the evidence points to a VERY careful deception operation that took place over a period of years.

It's completely analogous with what's happening in the Middle East.
(26) THIS shows the value of having a leakproof administration.

And it shows the value of strategic deception and distraction.
(27) When North Korea finally opens up, we'll see the extent of human-rights violations.

My guess is that Kim Jong-un is not personally responsible for them.
(28) The Supreme Guard Command, which protects Kim.

No ammunition for his rifle.
(29) Kim Jong-un visiting the headquarters of the Large Combined Unit 671 of the Korean People's Army.
(30) Otto Warmbier.
(31) Trump tells us what happened.

nbcnews.com/politics/white…
(32) "'Something happened from that day, was a terrible thing. It was brutal. But a lot of people started to focus on what was going on, including North Korea. I really think that Otto is someone who did not die in vain. He had a lot to do with us today.'"
(33) So do you see how Trump was right and the "experts" were wrong?

November 20, 1999. Honolulu Star Bulletin, page B3.

Who was REALLY in charge of the country...?
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