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    US/North Korea Summit: Will Trump Win Nobel Peace Prize?

    US/North Korea Summit: Will Trump Win Nobel Peace Prize?



    The Trump/Kim summit begins tomorrow, their second round of meetings. Expectations are high - unrealistic. The neocons and the liberal "resistance" will slam any give-and-take as Trump capitulation. If the war is declared over or significant progress is made, would Trump not be more deserving of the Nobel Peace Prize than Barack "Bombs Away" Obama?
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    No, but he won a medal for his Wahhabi Curtsey.



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    So it was a success because Trump talked to the North koreans? I guess anything can be a success if you have very low standards. I agree with Ron Paul that the US shouldn't even be the ones at the negotiating table. This should have been between North and South korea, the US will not be the one to bring about peace to those 2 nations and nothing will change until our so called leaders realize this
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    When the talking stops, the shooting starts. There's certainly no harm in trying to end hostilities.
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    Quote Originally Posted by juleswin View Post
    I guess anything can be a success if you have very low standards.

    Proof right here, from a "hard-core republican" site, where trump can do absolutely no wrong:


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    'Sometimes You Have To Walk' - Trump/Kim Summit A Failure? Whose Fault?

    Written by Daniel McAdams
    Thursday February 28, 2019

    The media is gloating today over the "failed" Trump/Kim summit. Was the summit really a failure? If so, who is at fault? The media and pundits as usual get it wrong. It was both a success and a failure, but not for the reasons they are reporting. Tune in to today's Liberty Report for our reasoning...

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    A prize for walking? There are such things...

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    Give Rufus T. Firefly a Nobel Peace Prize as well.



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    Quote Originally Posted by RJB View Post
    Give Rufus T. Firefly a Nobel Peace Prize as well.
    Quote Originally Posted by angelatc View Post
    There's not a liberty lover on the planet who isn't called a liberal by the right, and a con by the left.
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    In the aftermath of the Hanoi Summit, President Trump has been barraged with attempts to undermine his confidence in the good faith of Kim Jong Un and his intentions to deal fairly with the United States in the negotiation process concerning denuclearization and de-escalation of tensions on the Korean Peninsula. One of the primary causes of concern has been a series of reports from NBC News claiming that "commercial" satellite footage shows that the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) has been engaging in fresh construction at their Sohae Launch Facility in preparation for an alleged missile launch or test.

    Not only is the use of the term "commercial" misleading in nature, but analysis of the photos indicates that the activity at the Sohae facility is related to deconstruction. The reports are driven by a number of entities with connections to the Central Intelligence Agency and a number of other special interests which call into credibility both the veracity of the reports and the journalistic integrity of NBC News.
    I. Satellite Footage Of Sohae Launch Facility Is Misrepresented

    The NBC report, written by Courtney Kube, Carol E. Lee and Andrea Mitchell, concerns satellite imagery released by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) purported to have been taken on March 2, 2019. The imagery suffers from two defects - the fact that the images show two different facilities being attributed as one by the media, and that the purported construction activity indicates dismantling of the Sohae site rather than fresh additions or repairs. Side by side comparisons of the photos show that they are in fact taken from two different locations. This discrepancy might be apparent to an analyst with knowledge of North Korea's Sohae Launch Facility, but not to an average member of the public.


    Analysis of the photos indicates deconstruction for a number of reasons which are outlined below:

    • The positioning of the two cranes in the photo is not advantageous for construction of a tower since they cannot efficiently raise material to it from the ground level. The cranes are so close together that their arms are at risk of colliding during construction.
    • The image shows that materials are in fact being moved from the towers into a paved area in the center of the facility where they can be more easily removed by vehicles.
    • Tire skid marks on the pavement in the facility appear to show that vehicles were loaded with heavy materials before leaving rather than entering with large amounts of freightage on board.
    • Buildings at the facility are in a state of partial dismantlement or have otherwise been untouched. If the facility was being rebuilt, all surrounding buildings would be refurbished before work began on the tower.
    • The crane closest to the tower has been outfitted with a shorter arm. This is a strong indication that it is bringing tower segments down to the ground level rather than raising them. The second crane is outfitted with a longer arm to take pieces disassembled by the first crane and lower them to the ground level in the center of the facility where they would be stacked for removal.

    The photo even appears to show a flatbed trailer near the central paved area which may have been used for the purpose of removing disassembled materials. The activity in the photos has been totally misrepresented with the intent to cause viewers to interpret the activity as construction. This analysis is consistent with a report from the Washington Post in July 2018 labeling similar behavior at Sohae Satellite Launching Station as dismantling of a rail-mounted processing building.
    Additional footage released by CSIS which was purported to have been taken on March 6, 2019 shows imagery where the photographed facility displays apparent distress or overgrowth on the pavement in the center, while solar glare obstructs an optimally clear view of the buildings that are claimed to be under "construction." Structures that appear in the supposed March 2, 2019 photos are also mysteriously missing less than one week later. Considering the analysis mentioned above, these defects do not create confidence in the veracity of the claims being presented to President Trump and the public.

    More at: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-...aunch-facility
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