North Korea Gets What It Wants From Trump Meeting Before It Even Happens

by Tony Wyman   If you believe the White House – we are on the verge of a historic turn-around in American-North Korean relations, thanks to President Donald Trump‘s “bold” and “unprecedented” offer to meet directly with the communist regime’s dictator. But most seasoned observers call Mr. Trump’s invite to meet with Kim Jong-Un, less complimentary things.  Nicholas Kristof, of The New York Times, said: “President Trump’s decision to meet Kim Jong-un strikes me as a dangerous gamble and a bad idea. I’m afraid that North Korea may be playing Trump,…

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North Korea Dictator Kim Jong Un Ignoring Trump’s Reality TV Trash Talk And Bellicose Rhetoric

split image photo of President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un

by Richard Cameron On August 9th, President Trump, during a visit to his Trump National Golf Club at Bedminster, NJ, made the statement that: “North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States. They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen… he has been very threatening beyond a normal state. They will be met with fire, fury and frankly power the likes of which this world has never seen before.” Things were quiet for about a week and half, from the…

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Mr. Holmes And Deceptive Memories – The Man Behind The Myth, Movie Review

by Oletta Branstiter Based on the novel by Mitch Cullin titled A Slight Trick of the Mind, the movie Mr. Holmes – the Man Beyond the Myth reveals an exquisite portrait of a legendary detective suffering from dementia. Mr. Cullin reveals the inspiration for this story:     Jeffrey Hatcher excels at transferring the mystery and beauty of the novel to the screenplay. The viewer is treated to charming scenery surrounding a cottage estate near the White Cliffs of Dover in Kent, England and the streets and parks of London in the…

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How To Neutralize Kim Jong-un And The North Korean Nuclear Problem Without Firing A Shot

by Richard Cameron Recently, I wrote a report on how Kim Jong-un’s missile tests have been thwarted by the Pentagon and the NSA’s (National Security Agency) coordinating and deploying “left of launch” tactics from the United States Cyber Command (USCyberCom). Absent any other plausible explanation, it appears that our cyber warfare warriors have landed another punch against Kim’s missile program after a North Korean missile test in South Pyeongan province, north of Pyongyang on Friday was unsuccessful. It disintegrated after only reaching an altitude of 44 miles (71km), not even…

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North Korea Launches Massive Artillery Drills as US Increases Its Presence

By Danielle Pechette-Graham and Richard Cameron To mark the 85th anniversary of the founding of North Korea’s military, North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un launched a massive artillery drill with 300-400 long-range units being deployed along the eastern side of the Korean Peninsula near Wonsan, it’s naval base.  The drills are adding to the increasingly tense atmosphere that has been building for months. Tuesday’s military show by North Korea came on the heels of the USS Michigan arriving in the South Korean port of Busan.  The Ohio class submarine was originally…

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