Media coverage of the Trump-Kim summit has highlighted a political reaction that threatens to torpedo any possible U.S-North Korean agreement on denuclearization of the Korean peninsula, says Gareth Porter.
The real concern of the opposition to Trump’s diplomacy, therefore, is no longer that he cannot succeed in getting an agreement with Kim on denuclearization but that he will succeed.
Phi Beta Iota: Not stated in the article — an important oversight — is the frantic mobilization of all Zionist penetrations of the US Government, economy, and media to oppose the denuclearization of the Koreas. The Zionists are seeing the writing on the wall: not only is the second Trump term going to eliminate the pernicious subversive grip of Zionists on members of Congress (too many having Israeli passports and being blackmailed by Jeffrey Epstein) but it has been made clear that after the denuclearization of Korea comes the denuclearization of Israel. Praise be to God.
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