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There’s one basic problem you have when you try to do business with the Kim regime in South Korea. It’s just this one small problem.
The problem? They’re all completely insane. Oh, and they’re liars.
Murderers - Insanity - Lying - Just - Week
They’re sadistic murderers too, but for now let’s focus on the insanity and the lying. Just last week, President Trump was expressing confidence that Bowl Cut Jr. really wants to join the civilized community of nations. Talk of a Nobel Peace Prize for Trump, even among Trump-hating liberals, was actually going on in mainstream circles. All because he had apparently found a way to tame the savage Nork beast – a goal that had eluded U.S. presidents since the ascension of Kim Il-Sung in 1948.
Anticipation over the upcoming summit between the two leaders has been at a fever pitch. Or it was . . . until this:
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“The United States will also have to undertake careful deliberations about the fate of the planned North Korea-U.S. summit in light of this provocative military ruckus jointly conducted with the South Korean authorities,” KCNA reported.
The Pentagon says the military exercise is a routine, annual event that is purely defensive in nature. Army Col. Rob Manning says Exercise Max Thunder 2018 is designed to improve the abilities of the U.S. and South Korea to operate together. It began Monday and is slated to run through May 25, and is expected to include aircraft from the U.S. Air Force, Army, Navy and Marine Corps, as it has in the past.
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Last year it included as many as 1,200 U.S. personnel and about 640 South Koreans as well as various aircraft including F-16 fighter jets, F-18 Hornets and EA-18G Growlers from the Navy’s electronic attack squadron. Manning says the defensive nature of these combined exercises has been clear for many decades and has not changed.
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Measuring his life out one teaspoon at a time.