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#1821 Der Zeitgeist

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Posted Today, 11:52 AM

He, like his father and grandfather before him, doesn't fly (after taking power). 

 

Yes, he does. Within Korea, he flew with his IL-62 lots of times.

 

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Current bets on meeting places among Korea experts are Singapore, Stockholm, or Geneva.


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#1822 Josh

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Posted Today, 12:18 PM

He, like his father and grandfather before him, doesn't fly (after taking power).

 
Yes, he does. Within Korea, he flew with his IL-62 lots of times.
 
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Current bets on meeting places among Korea experts are Singapore, Stockholm, or Geneva.


Touche, I'd never heard that. I'd bet on Singapore or maybe Hanoi. Apparently Trump is loath to go to the DMZ, or at least his staff is, and I can't say I blame them.
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#1823 Roman Alymov

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Posted Today, 01:53 PM

It is not being reported in Western press...and your original link goes no where.

Not surprising as article was removed :) Ministry of Truth at work :)


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#1824 Panzermann

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Posted Today, 05:57 PM

https://www.reuters....n-idUSKBN1HQ119
 

 

North Korea has expressed its desire for “complete denuclearization” of the Korean peninsula and is not seeking conditions such as U.S. troops withdrawing from the South first, South Korean President Moon Jae-in said on Thursday.

 

 

 

With which bestest Korea means that the USA remove all nuke assets from the area. SSBN, CVN, nuclear umbrella. I think there are no nukes stored in South korea currently I think.

 

 

 

edit: SK minister of defence has proposed to brink back US nukes: https://www.washingt...ab0d_story.html


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