it actually is fucking nuts how effective media brainwashing is in this country that it legitimately has people recalling that Trump just caved to every single demand of Kim Jong Un, was praying at his feet, and that the whole debacle proved we can't negotiate with them. Insanity
idk how many of you paid attention and remember but ALL of the networks went all out to tank the Singapore and Hanoi summits. they all talked about how if the US in return gave even 1 major concession to the DPRK it would be the biggest foreign policy blunder of the 21st century
the ENTIRE fucking reason we are at this crossroads is because of the US' total unwillingness to respond in kind to the DPRK's actions (Kim Jong Un signing a ban on missile tests, them literally blowing up their testing sites), but libs are now convinced we gave them EVERYTHING
What concessions did the U.S. give? Ohh right they escalated the war games aimed against the north, brought THAAD to the Korean peninsula, levied the biggest sanctions in human history against their people that bars them from getting gasoline, medicine, or fertilizer. FRIENDSHIP!

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Wow not a single fucking mention of how this group of terrorists tied up and beat the embassy workers. Also makes no fucking mentions of the machetes they brought, the 33 rolls of duct tape, or that all the attackers wore ski masks during the assault.

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Two embassy workers had to be taken to the fucking hospital for the injuries to their heads. Officials had to jump from windows and flee from the compound. An embassy worker escaped and ran to the police telling them that all their colleagues were being held hostage.
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huh weird no mention of all the detention facilities where defectors get separated from their families and put in solitary for fucking months while they're interrogated before they're sent to reeducation at far-right think tank schools that are contracted by the state
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