Kim Jong Un praises ‘landmark’ accord with S. Korea, talks unity & trust

(So much for 50 missing subs, huh? The State Department’s “land mine attack” bullshit just blew up in their faces, if you will pardon the pun)

from RT

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un made a surprise statement saying the recent agreement between the two Koreas marks a “landmark occasion” and paves the way for “reconciliation” and “trust” for the divided nation.

The North and South Koreas agreed to end their military standoff on Tuesday, after an exchange of artillery fire had raised tensions along the border to a critical level. The two countries will also be opening up new channels of communication in order to improve ties that have been cut off since 2010.

“The joint press release published at the contact provided a crucial landmark occasion of defusing the acute military tension and putting the catastrophic inter-Korean relations on the track of reconciliation and trust,” the North’s KCNA news agency quoted Kim as saying at a meeting with military aides.

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3 Responses

  1. Perfect contrast to this bit of raving, eye-clawing hysteria by just one of these psychotic odiferous perpetual war pimps operating under gov funding.
    Beyond hilarious it’s such BS.

    Whatever happened to that fleet of 50 NK subs reported just days ago that had left harbor for somewhere LOL

    Aug 21
    August 16, 2015 North Korea threatens to invade the United States and use new secret unknown weapons to make war with America inside the United States.

  2. WOT’s this I see today—more Hillarity about this BS puppet show of evil clowny reptiles skimming off the top while working both ends, as usual.

    As someone in the comments says, NK is so evil & dangerous that Billybobfestus gets to take his impressive security SS detail along, of course at US expense, to collect a huge private speaker’s fee!

    ABC News has obtained State Department e-mails that shed light on Bill Clinton’s lucrative speaking engagements and show he and the Clinton Foundation tried to get approval for invitations related to two of the most repressive countries in the world — North Korea and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

    While Hillary Clinton served as Secretary of State, Bill Clinton earned speaking fees around the globe totaling more than $48 million — speeches that had to be vetted by the State Department to ensure there were no conflicts of interest with his wife’s work as America’s top diplomat.

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