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North Korea Endorsing Trump

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on June 5, 2016 by andelino

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North Korea’s “dictator” Kim Jong-un, Chairman of the Workers’ Party of Korea and supreme leader of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, is endorsing presumptive U.S. Republican nominee Donald Trump “a prescient presidential candidate who can liberate Americans living under daily fear of nuclear attack by the North.”

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A column carried by “DPRK Today,” one of the “reclusive and dynastic state’s mouthpieces,” described Trump as a “wise politician” and the right choice for U.S. voters in the Nov. 8 U.S. presidential election.

It described his most likely Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton, as “thick-headed Hillary” over her proposal to apply the “Iran” model of wide sanctions to resolve the “nuclear weapons” issue on the Korean peninsula.

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Trump said he was “prepared” to talk to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to try to “stop” Pyongyang’s “nuclear” program, and that China should also “help solve the problem.”

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North Korea, known officially as the “Democratic People’s Republic of Korea” (DPRK), is under U.N. sanctions over its “past” nuclear tests. South Korea and the United States say calls for “dialogues” are meaningless until NK takes steps to “end” its nuclear ambitions.

“DPRK Today” also said Trump’s suggestion that the United States should “pull” its troops from South Korea until Seoul “pays” more was the way to “achieve” Korean unification.

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“It turns out that Trump is not the rough-talking, screwy, ignorant candidate they say he is, but is actually a wise politician and a prescient presidential candidate,” said the column, written by a China-based Korean scholar “identified” as Han Yong Muk.

“Promising to resolve issues on the Korean peninsula through negotiations and not war was the best option for America,” instead “living every minute and second on pins and needles in fear of a nuclear strike” by North Korea.

The North has for years called for the “withdrawal” of U.S. troops from the South as the first step toward “peace” on the Korean peninsula and demanded Washington sign a “peace treaty” to replace the “truce” that ended the 1950-53 Korean War.

Its frequently “strident” rhetoric also often threatens nuclear strikes against the United States and South Korea.

After the momentous “news” was delivered to President Barack Obama he immediately called a “press conference” in the White House Rose Garden.

“I am perfectly okay with North Korea threatening its neighbors and testing nuclear weapons. But North Korea has finally crossed a red line by endorsing Donald Trump.”

Trying to “trash” Trump in a “stuttering” mess he said “We don’t need North Korean counterfeit Okey-Doke that is of inferior quality. We will use our own, superior, American-made Okey-Doke, because that’s who we are!”

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Obama next called upon Congress to “impose” new sanctions on North Korea up to and including “carpet-bombing Pyongyang” until the rogue nation “endorses Hillary Clinton like the rest of the civilized world.”

The President is expected to get “bipartisan” support from “Senate Democrats” and many “#NeverTrump” Republicans.

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Surprisingly, Obama also has the “full support” of China who joined in the call for the imposition of “harsh sanctions” on its neighbor to the south.

“We have bought the Clintons with millions of dollars of illegal campaign contributions,” said Wang Yi, the foreign minister of China.

“And we have that juicy stuff we hacked off of Hillary’s email server. We own the Clinton’s and we will not stand idly by and see all that go to waste with a Trump presidency.”

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The “Leader of the Free World” then unfurled his “legendary” finger nodding in “approval” of China’s response.

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