In the lead up to the North Korea summit in Singapore on June 12th, it became obvious to both the media as well as other China observers and President Trump that China was coaching North Korea and emboldening Kim Jong Un before he met with Trump.
This did not go over well with the Trump administration. Ultimately the threat of war with North Korea was too dangerous and ran the risk of losing a bigger war with China if things turned ugly as well as the high possibility of North Korea quickly retaliating against South Korea and millions dead very quickly.
Thus the summit. Trump would have liked to present a first strike scenario whereby we came into North Korea militarily and took out all nuclear weapons capabilities right now but the costs were just too high. This was all calculated by North Korea and probably more specifically by China years ago as they set up North Korea as a blackmail tool against America.
So when Trump decided that option was unworkable and China was coaching Kim Jong Un attempting to be in the driver's seat when it comes to the future of North Korea, things did not go over well at all.
Almost immediately afterwards the Trump administration readied a new round of tariffs against China followed by retaliatory measures by China and now another new and bigger round of tariffs from Washington coming soon. All of this points to the Trump administration saying we won't invade North Korea but we are going to play hardball on trade until we get the outcome we want on both North Korea and everything else including Taiwan, the South China Sea and international waters, etc. Both sides are now playing the long game with all of these issues in mind at every turn for the 21st century geopolitical chessboard.
The Soviet Union collapsed 70 years after its communist party took power over Russia
North Korea is now falling apart before our eyes in its 70th year of communist rule, September of 1948.
Next up is the Communist Party of China set for the same fate come October of next year 2019, established 1949.
The dominoes are falling one by one. 1989, 2018, 2019
June 12th marks the historic summit of Ronald, not Donald, Ronald Reagan's historic summit with Mikhail Gorbachev 1987. "Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!"
History in the making!
No communist party has ever held power over any nation for more than 70 years
All the eyes of the world are on this summit taking place this week in Singapore.
China is pretending as usual that it's not such a big deal in its domestic media coverage as a way to help continue to propagate the communist party and its failure to drive the most important talks on the planet. Rather the Party mouthpiece prefers to focus on the G7 meeting where Trump continues to rattle the globalist cage by not backing down to globalist trade policies.
Bloomberg and other globalist media sources are labeling this the most important week of the year for the world economy. Bloomberg, stationed inside America refuses to headline how these talks are important for the American economy but rather how it will effect the world economy. I didn't realize that America is supposed to craft trade policy that will focus on helping the world's economy. No other country in the world does this. China and all the other nations of the world craft their own trade policy to help THEIR country. All the other nations benefit from worldly, global trade policies put in place by America's globalist administrations from decades past. When Trump seeks to do what all the other nations of the world themselves do, the world cries foul. It's perhaps the biggest farce on the planet.
Trump is in the driver's seat and no doubt these talks will have global repercussions but Trump is not backing down either.
According to South Korean officials, Kim Jong Un wants U.S. investment and help to make his country "normal" including investment from such power houses like McDonald's as well as Trump Towers, etc.
This serves as a potential nightmare for China who has done 90% of North Korea's trade business for decades. Driving a potential wedge between North Korea and China in trade is an excellent way to help get what the U.S. wants when it comes to other issues with China as well such as Taiwan and the South China Sea.
Making the U.S. its new favored customer helps link North Korea to South Korea as well, a strong U.S. ally in the Pacific. The more we can bring North Korea under the umbrella of the U.S. and South Korea the more leverage we can use to influence the communist party of china in the future and they know it.
As I have pounded on repeatedly in previous posts, there is a 70 year rule for communist parties to rule over nations.
This rule first caught my attention when I was studying for my M.A. degree in Diplomacy and International Conflict Management. I began to notice that the Soviet Union collapsed almost exactly 70 years after that communist party took power over the nation of Russia. I also realized that in the Bible there is a prophetic meaning for the number 70. 70 is the number of completion in the Bible. For example, the 70 weeks of Daniel, etc.
I then began to look at other communist parties throughout history to see how long they ruled and none ruled for more than 70 years. Then I began to stumble upon articles in various foreign affairs magazines that echoed the same findings. There was an article in the Globalist magazine, the Atlantic magazine and another that slips my mind right now.
All that being said, the DPRK (Democratic People's Republic of Korea) or in other words, North Korea, was founded on September 9th, 1948 and began to rule over North Korea on that date as well.
Look what is happening with North Korea right now? It is literally falling apart and Kim Jong Un begging Trump to come back to the table is proof of it. He is desperate. The 70 year rule is playing out right before our eyes once again! Mr. Kim, tear down this division! Another Reagan moment is coming quite possibly in Singapore on June 14th. Keep watching!
The Communist Party of China's 70 year ceiling arrives in the fall of 2019. First the Soviet Union, then North Korea, then China. Dominoes people, dominoes!
China's Main Goal for the Korean Peninsula is the Removal of the U.S. Military from South Korea...keep this in mind as you read any news regarding these issues...its the key to understanding what is really going on there
Former Democrat Senator and former U.S. ambassador to China during the Obama administration, Max Baucus of Montana said the following this week on CNBC:
"China would, frankly, like to see a solution so that U.S. troops leave South Korea," the Montana Democrat said. "That's China's goal. It's always been their goal. They think very long term."
He also agreed with President Trump's "cancelling" of the June 12th summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un.
China wants a Korean Peninsula Made in Its Image Not in the Image of South Korea (Democratic, Capitalist, Christian, etc.)
China is pressuring South Korea and the South Korean president is caving. China wants the U.S. military out of South Korea so it can do to the Korean peninsula what it is doing to Hong Kong, what it did to a free and independent Tibet, what it did to a free and independent East Turkestan, what it did to a free and independent Inner Mongolia and what it wants to do with Taiwan.
Direct insults by the North Korean government and media towards President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, including calling Pence a "political dummy" along with a serious lack of communication and broken promises led the WH to cancel the June 12th talks with Kim Jong Un.
Even CNN agrees.s This is par for the course when it comes to North Korea and a Kim regime that is now being bolstered by its strongest and oldest ally, communist China. Both the families of Xi Jin Ping and Kim Jong Un go back decades to the very founding of both communist regimes. Those old ties were never severed and are now being resurrected in the face of pressure from a Western power that is fed up with the long standing practices of black mail and extortion being implemented by perhaps the most oppressive regime on the planet and supported by its ally in communist China.
With China on its side now, North Korea has no reason to come back to the negotiating table to meet the demands of the Trump administration.
Trump and Pompeo (Secretary of State) will now angle to reveal how China has been using North Korea and will signal what the Pentagon has already done in January of this year which was to change its strategic focus from Terrorism and the Middle East to both Russia and China (non democratic actors) and their threat to regional and world stability.
Ultimately, we believe war is on the horizon.
The likelihood of Israel going to war with Iran is very high right now. An Israeli attack of Iran coupled with a U.S. led attack on North Korea would be enough to draw both Russia and China into WWIII against the West.
The Scandinavian countries of Europe have already been handing out leaflets to residents about war with Russia. They have a much closer vantage point of what exactly Russia and particularly Russia's Navy is up to in that neck of the woods. We already know what China's Navy is up to in the South China Sea and elsewhere.
North Korea is now trying to attempt to be in the driver's seat when it comes to denuclearization and the upcoming talks on June 12th that are increasingly in doubt.
North Korea again threatened to walk away from the June 12th meetings, this time attacking Vice President Mike Pence.
North Korea's new found boldness is a direct result of China's new found support for the regime in the face of either a unified Korean Peninsula with South Korea's democratic, capitalist, largely Christian population as the model or an American led invasion of North Korea, either of which is not acceptable to the communist party led government of China.
North Korea even went as far this time to threaten again a nucelar to nuclear showdown if its demands are not met.
The North is now trying to fix all blame for a future failure to meet on the U.S. and the Trump administration.
The Trump administration says that it wants a complete, verifiable and irreversible dismantlement (CVID) of North Korea's nuclear program, with no promise of concessions until that process is in motion. The North reportedly wants a much more slower, phased and synchronous approach. Apparently they also do not want any inspectors either as none are being invited for the "closing ceremony" scheduled for the end of May.
Increasing signs that this meeting will not take place.
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