Latest Evidence That The State Department Is Under Trump Political Control

photo image of the 23rd Street entrance to the State Department building in Washington D.C.

  by Richard Cameron   Saturday, October 5th, supplied another solid piece of evidence that the State Department has been commandeered by Donald Trump’s private agenda at the expense of security on the Korean peninsula. Signs of White House manipulation of our diplomatic endeavors poured in like flood water this week, with the texts that confirmed an operation designed to extort a vulnerable ally, with the threat of withholding arms needed to counter Russian aggression in Ukraine.  Let’s look at the background leading up to this.  In September, while Kim…

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Trump And Kim’s Singapore Handshake Deal – Why You’d Use A Hand Sanitizer

image of Trump giving military salute to top ranking North Korean military official

by Richard Cameron Singapore Handshake Deal Donald Trump arrived in Singapore on Monday, leaving the wreckage of our relations with America’s closest and most important allies in his wake. Going into the meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong un, there was no shortage of extravagant and perfunctory reporting that emphasized the ‘historic’ nature of the stage managed encounter – which, ironically, pre-empted ABC’s regularly scheduled broadcast of “The Bachelorette”. The focus was on the pomp and circumstance as if this was some sort of event of general curiosity like…

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South Korea’s Uncertain Future In Trump’s Deal With North Korea

President Donald J. Trump and the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un sit together.

by Dena Leichnitz with Richard Cameron The summit between North Korean President, Kim Jong Un and The POTUS, Donald Trump took place today and though a formal agreement has not been issued there was some discussion of what might eventually be part of an agreement. The main subject of media attention was the full removal of nuclear weapons from North Korea. There were other matters broached that profoundly affect the security of South Korea even though South Korea was not there to discuss their future with their hostile neighbor to the North.…

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Is Donald Trump Getting Played By Kim Jong-un? Is Trump Playing Us As Well?

by Richard Cameron   In the previous installment in our ongoing reporting on the specter of North Korea’s rogue behavior and the confused and dysfunctional handling of the threat by the Trump administration – we uncovered a fact pattern which strongly points to Kim Jong-un changing course on his nuclear program at the behest of China. In spite of that, the broad narrative of media coverage is focusing on the theater of Kim’s unexpected participation in diplomatic initiatives in February and even speculating that it might lead to a historic…

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