Kim has given his word on denuclearization – S. Korean FM

South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha assured CBS news on Sunday that Kim Jong Un has “given his word” in a commitment toward eventual denuclearization, ahead of yet-to-be finalized talks between the US and North Korea. “The significance of his word is quite weighty in the sense that this is the first time that the words came directly from the North Korean supreme leader himself, and that has never been done before,” Kang said.

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6 thoughts on “Kim has given his word on denuclearization – S. Korean FM

  • Mar 18, 2018 @ 22:59 at 22:59
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    Some critics say Kim may trick Trump into something bad. I’m dying to learn what kind of tricks Kim has in his arsenal. His country is a shithole going deeper and deeper, and he knows it. He might be living like a king, but he’s a king of an ever deepening shithole.

    What’s wrong with becoming the king of a “New China”? Play it right, and you’re The One!

    Wish things were that simple…

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  • Mar 19, 2018 @ 5:09 at 5:09
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    The only item. that is “quite weighty” right now, is the 400 pound Porky-piglet Kim.
    AND – he will have to morph into a 180 pound Man, before he honestly surrenders his nuclear greed and can be trusted…

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  • Mar 19, 2018 @ 5:36 at 5:36
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    Kim is ready for a buyout, he wants out of his prison. The old guard can all go live in China with their families with a few billion dollars.

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  • Mar 19, 2018 @ 8:14 at 8:14
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    Who/what will protect N korea against US regime change after denuclearisation ?

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    • Mar 19, 2018 @ 12:06 at 12:06
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      The USA doesn’t want to invade North Korea. Even if the USA were in expansionist mode they wouldn’t want to take over NoKo in any sense.

      South Korea may want to take over NoKo in principle, but practically it would be a disaster for them and they really don’t want to do that.

      Simply changing the regime in NoKo doesn’t help since any successor is likely to be very similar.

      Net effect is that if NoKo doesn’t threaten the USA or SoKo it is pretty safe unless Russia or China decide they want to take over the place – and I don’t think they find the idea to be attractive either.

      NoKo is so horribly oppressed and impoverished that really no one other than the Kims and their henchmen really want to directly own the place. China is content to leave NoKo as a vassal state.

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  • Mar 19, 2018 @ 8:31 at 8:31
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    You can’t trust that goon. He’s got his nuke stuff stuck inside a mountain somewhere and we’ll never get to inspect it. I vote no deal unless Allied inspectors are allowed ANYWHERE in NK at ANYTIME.

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