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PostPosted: Mon Jun 11, 2018 11:50 pm 
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Wouldn't this be a good time for the US and allies, or the Chinese to accidentally invade NK? A perfect chance to lance the boil and would be a win/win all round.

With Kim away, the NK military would surely be caught out with him not being around to give the orders.

I'm sure the strategists have given it some thought.


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Indeed.

As was pointed out by Bokjock.

However, my point is less about the likelihood of Trump confusing Trudeau with his father and more about how believable it would be if he did.

Your leaping to his defence is touching but ultimately a little pathetic.


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What's in it for the Koreans to make some sort of deal?

Why don't they just tell the Americans to get fu*ked?

All expenses paid trip to Singapore and recognition as a legitimate state by the world.


And a chance to compare hair style tips.


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Fat Old Git wrote:
paddyor wrote:
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What's in it for the Koreans to make some sort of deal?

Why don't they just tell the Americans to get fu*ked?

All expenses paid trip to Singapore and recognition as a legitimate state by the world.


And a chance to compare hair style tips.

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The key thing for Kimmy is getting the sanctions lifted. Right now it suits the Chinese to play ball with the USA over NK sanctions because it means Trump is never going to get too nasty about trade or the off shore island grabbing. If Trump thawed just a little bit the Chinese will be into NK like flint and Kim will get money and his position secured. I’ve seen some speculation on here about South Korea helping refinance NK and a sort of reuniting thing. Won’t happen. The Chinese will own NK lock stock and barrel down the track.


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Kellyanne Conways husband defends the Mieller investigation

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Just down the road from Lil' Kim and DJ Trump right now. Its about to pop off fam.


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Just down the road from Lil' Kim and DJ Trump right now. Its about to pop off fam.


And Rodman, don't forget Rodman.

He's just been shedding tears on CNN. I managed to watch it for about 2mins before I had to switch to the beeb.

Kim and Trump are both leaving today. Epic summit.

Edit: tears not ears :lol:


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Just watched the Rodman interview on CNN , that’s pretty powerful stuff.

Death threats , unable to return to his home, the abuse he received its mind boggling really.

His story would make for compelling reading.


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Well, it seems that was fairly safely negotiated.

Kim certainly got what he was after. Whether the deal is as good as Trump says remains to be seen.


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Why on earth the worlds media are pedalling this silly story that Kim and Donald met up with the possibility no deal could be reached then thrashed out a deal in a couple of hours god only knows. They probably went into a room and watched Mr bean or played 2D checkers.


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It's bloody interesting really. If he manages to get concessions from the North Koreans then he'd deserve all the praise he gets.

His unorthodox wannabe strongman approach is a language they can relate to though so every cloud and all that.


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Just watched the Rodman interview on CNN , that’s pretty powerful stuff.

Death threats , unable to return to his home, the abuse he received its mind boggling really.

His story would make for compelling reading.


Errr no it isn't.

He was nuttier than squirrel shit Dennis Rodman initially traveling to NK not having any idea where it was he was actually going. He was then wined and dined by a starstruck basketball mad tin pot dictator and kept going back.

He's a nut case not some kind of humanitarian crusader. He can cry on CNN all he wants.


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RuggaBugga wrote:
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Just watched the Rodman interview on CNN , that’s pretty powerful stuff.

Death threats , unable to return to his home, the abuse he received its mind boggling really.

His story would make for compelling reading.


Errr no it isn't.

He was nuttier than squirrel shit Dennis Rodman initially traveling to NK not having any idea where it was he was actually going. He was then wined and dined by a starstruck basketball mad tin pot dictator and kept going back.

He's a nut case not some kind of humanitarian crusader. He can cry on CNN all he wants.


Dennis Rodman's Big Bang in Pyongyang is worth a look. He's obviously crazy but it's sad at the same time, watching an alcoholic implode


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Utterly pointless meeting actually only serves to encourage other rogue states to threaten their neighbours and spend all their country's resources on developing WMDs.

Nothing said or agreed between Kim and President Cartman means anything because first and foremost Liar Drumpf is a liar but even if he didn't reverese his position hours or days later he'll be impeached within a year. He himself has set a pecedent where even if the next POTUS couldn't find real fault with a Frump deal he can just decide to undo everything Orangeboom signed his name to just to make clear the difference between them.

Good distraction from all good work he's doing for Putin these days though. Spygate indeed. :roll:


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Utterly pointless meeting actually only serves to encourage other rogue states to threaten their neighbours and spend all their country's resources on developing WMDs.

Nothing said or agreed between Kim and President Cartman means anything because first and foremost Liar Drumpf is a liar but even if he didn't reverese his position hours or days later he'll be impeached within a year. He himself has set a pecedent where even if the next POTUS couldn't find real fault with a Frump deal he can just decide to undo everything Orangeboom signed his name to just to make clear the difference between them.

Good distraction from all good work he's doing for Putin these days though. Spygate indeed. :roll:

That's nice, dear.
Now have a cup of tea.


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Well done Donald Trump. Really is shaping up to be one of the great presidents. :thumbup:


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Why on earth the worlds media are pedalling this silly story that Kim and Donald met up with the possibility no deal could be reached then thrashed out a deal in a couple of hours god only knows. They probably went into a room and watched Mr bean or played 2D checkers.

Doesn't really matter.

As long as it calms both of them down. The prospect of a nuclear attack (by one side or the other) was a very real possibility a few months ago.


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Is the video of Trudeaus eyebrows falling off real?


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Taffia wrote:
Just watched the Rodman interview on CNN , that’s pretty powerful stuff.

Death threats , unable to return to his home, the abuse he received its mind boggling really.

His story would make for compelling reading.


I think an online dramatised game would be a really good idea. :thumbup:


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Rinkals wrote:

As was pointed out by Bokjock.

However, my point is less about the likelihood of Trump confusing Trudeau with his father and more about how believable it would be if he did.

Your leaping to his defence is touching but ultimately a little pathetic.


Think I need to take that back - looks like the slurred and incoherent speech my have been for medical reasons


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robert kelly (that bbc analyst with the kids in the room) says the agreement is bad and thin


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Can someone explain why getting North Korea to end their nuclear program by lifting sanctions is better than getting Iran to end their nuclear program by lifting sanctions?


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Is the video of Trudeaus eyebrows falling off real?


No, I think it is just a combination of lighting and weird eyebrows.


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Can someone explain why getting North Korea to end their nuclear program by lifting sanctions is better than getting Iran to end their nuclear program by lifting sanctions?


Because Iran didn’t?

And they continue to fund terrorism in the Middle East.


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BokJock wrote:
Rinkals wrote:

As was pointed out by Bokjock.

However, my point is less about the likelihood of Trump confusing Trudeau with his father and more about how believable it would be if he did.

Your leaping to his defence is touching but ultimately a little pathetic.


Think I need to take that back - looks like the slurred and incoherent speech my have been for medical reasons


It was understandable - he certainly appeared pissed. But it seems Kudlow has had a heart attack yesterday and is recovering n hospital.


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Dear god what a bunch of wankers Hollywood celebrities are. :lol: :lol:


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The actor Robert De Niro won a standing ovation at Sunday night’s Tony awards in New York for attacking the president. Appearing on stage at New York’s Radio City Music Hall, De Niro declared: “I’m gonna say one thing. fudge Trump.”

As the applauding audience rose to their feet, De Niro continued: “It’s no longer down with Trump. It’s fudge Trump.” He then continued with an apparently prepared introduction of Bruce Springsteen.

Although the show was broadcast as-live, CBS had time to bleep out the f-word for TV audiences, thought to number around six million.

De Niro has long been a vociferous critic of Donald Trump. After calling him “totally nuts” in August 2016, the actor released a video during the election campaign stating his desire to punch Trump in the face, and calling him “an idiot, a national disaster, an embarrassment to this country … this fool, this bozo”.

https://www.theguardian.com/film/2018/j ... ony-awards


That's merely pathetic. This, from a guy who earns $10m a year, is downright evil.

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"I feel like the bottom has to fall out at some point," the host said on his weekly program, "Real Time with Bill Maher."

"By the way, I'm hoping for it because one way you get rid of Trump is a crashing economy. So please, bring on the recession," he added.

"Sorry if that hurts people but it's either root for a recession or you lose your democracy," Maher said.


http://thehill.com/homenews/media/39162 ... d-of-trump

These people are deranged.

Have you seen the shit Carlson, Dobbs, Hannity Jeanne Pirro and the rest of Fox Pravda are saying?


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 12, 2018 8:27 am 
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pigsy wrote:
Interesting what has happened to Steve Hilton, David Cameron's spin doctor:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66UClfyMAqc

I thought he was a touchy feely blue skies thinker but since brexit has gone a bit rabid. Or was it Cameron that became touchy feely and Hilton was always a bit 'disruptive'?

Yep, some dangerous sort of trauma-induced brain damage/rewiring. I'm going to stick with the Stewart Pearson version of Hilton, far more amusing... https://www.bbc.com/news/av/uk-politics-19518692/thick-of-it-s-vincent-franklin-on-steve-hilton-pr-role


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 12, 2018 8:29 am 
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zt1903 wrote:
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Can someone explain why getting North Korea to end their nuclear program by lifting sanctions is better than getting Iran to end their nuclear program by lifting sanctions?


Because Iran didn’t?

And they continue to fund terrorism in the Middle East.


But they did - according to the people that are employed to go over there and inspect these things...

I am guessing that as part of this deal that NK has pledged to become a bastion of human rights?

The deal seems to be a good step forward, I just don't understand why anyone thinks the deal with Iran wasn't (except maybe that everything the Kenyan jihadist did was a terrible socialist experiment)


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Well, that's pretty toothless

It's also a new and interesting definition of comprehensive


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BokJock wrote:
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BokJock wrote:
Can someone explain why getting North Korea to end their nuclear program by lifting sanctions is better than getting Iran to end their nuclear program by lifting sanctions?


Because Iran didn’t?

And they continue to fund terrorism in the Middle East.


But they did - according to the people that are employed to go over there and inspect these things...

I am guessing that as part of this deal that NK has pledged to become a bastion of human rights?

The deal seems to be a good step forward, I just don't understand why anyone thinks the deal with Iran wasn't (except maybe that everything the Kenyan jihadist did was a terrible socialist experiment)

The following reasons:
It was Obama’s baby, the Saudi’s hated it and they were nice to Donny, the Israeli’s hated it and Donny likes Bibi and the right wing have hated Iran since 1979. Whatever Iran did or didn’t do was irrelevant, Donny was always going to rip up the agreement.


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zt1903 wrote:
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Can someone explain why getting North Korea to end their nuclear program by lifting sanctions is better than getting Iran to end their nuclear program by lifting sanctions?


Because Iran didn’t?

And they continue to fund terrorism in the Middle East.


Everybody and his dog funds terrorism in the Middle East, and when was that part of the deal with the nuclear program?


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zt1903 wrote:
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Can someone explain why getting North Korea to end their nuclear program by lifting sanctions is better than getting Iran to end their nuclear program by lifting sanctions?


Because Iran didn’t?

And they continue to fund terrorism in the Middle East.


Everybody and his dog funds terrorism in the Middle East, and when was that part of the deal with the nuclear program?

:thumbup:


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Fair balls to Trump, I didn't think the summit would actually happen or that it would get back on the rails after the tantrum, but it did. I'm not sure what the outcomes are going to be, whether it's a PR coup for Kim or if there will be actual denuclearisation. There's a lot of people who depend on the nuclear programme, and the US under this admin has shown that no agreement with the US is worth the paper it's written on. Interesting times.


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oh jesus, who wrote this shit trump presser statement


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What has North Korea promised before?
You will be aware by now that many analysts are pouring cold water on President Trump's claims that this agreement is "comprehensive".

They say North Korea has signed much more substantial declarations after past negotiations.

So what has the Kim family agreed to in the past - only to later renege?

In 1992, the Koreas agreed to not test or produce nuclear weapons
In 1994, North Korea said it would freeze its plutonium weapons programme in return for aid
In 2005, it said it would abandon "all nuclear weapons and existing nuclear programmes"


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"We expected it would be a flop, but it's floppier than anything we expected," says Andrei Lankov from Kookmin University in Seoul.

"A tremendous, bigly, grand nothing burger," says Van Jackson from the University of Wellington, mocking Trump's use of language.


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oh jesus, who wrote this shit trump presser statement


Do you really need to ask?


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Dear god what a bunch of wankers Hollywood celebrities are. :lol: :lol:


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The actor Robert De Niro won a standing ovation at Sunday night’s Tony awards in New York for attacking the president. Appearing on stage at New York’s Radio City Music Hall, De Niro declared: “I’m gonna say one thing. fudge Trump.”

As the applauding audience rose to their feet, De Niro continued: “It’s no longer down with Trump. It’s fudge Trump.” He then continued with an apparently prepared introduction of Bruce Springsteen.

Although the show was broadcast as-live, CBS had time to bleep out the f-word for TV audiences, thought to number around six million.

De Niro has long been a vociferous critic of Donald Trump. After calling him “totally nuts” in August 2016, the actor released a video during the election campaign stating his desire to punch Trump in the face, and calling him “an idiot, a national disaster, an embarrassment to this country … this fool, this bozo”.

https://www.theguardian.com/film/2018/j ... ony-awards


That's merely pathetic. This, from a guy who earns $10m a year, is downright evil.

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"I feel like the bottom has to fall out at some point," the host said on his weekly program, "Real Time with Bill Maher."

"By the way, I'm hoping for it because one way you get rid of Trump is a crashing economy. So please, bring on the recession," he added.

"Sorry if that hurts people but it's either root for a recession or you lose your democracy," Maher said.


http://thehill.com/homenews/media/39162 ... d-of-trump

These people are deranged.

Have you seen the shit Carlson, Dobbs, Hannity Jeanne Pirro and the rest of Fox Pravda are saying?


No idea. I don't know who two of those people are. But I agree with you; the fact that they are saying stuff means that Maher's point is a good one. :thumbup:


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So how does it work with this 'historic' agreement?

Do KJU's vast number of human rights abuses just get forgotten about? Do they get put in to the 'he used to be a very naughty boy' chapter of his life story?

I hate Trump - he represents everything I dislike about human beings. But you have to hand it to him that this was outside the box and maybe he's got something moving on the peninsular. But this cuddling up to dictators doesn't sit right.

What if say, Idi Amin somehow got his hands on nuclear weapons. Started threatening neighbours and developing ballistic missiles capable of delivering nuclear payloads 1000's of miles away all while systematically imprisoning and executing opponents and committing acts of genocide. How would folk react if Ford or Carter chummied up to him and hailed their new friendship and understanding?


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theaxe wrote:
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Dear god what a bunch of wankers Hollywood celebrities are. :lol: :lol:


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The actor Robert De Niro won a standing ovation at Sunday night’s Tony awards in New York for attacking the president. Appearing on stage at New York’s Radio City Music Hall, De Niro declared: “I’m gonna say one thing. fudge Trump.”

As the applauding audience rose to their feet, De Niro continued: “It’s no longer down with Trump. It’s fudge Trump.” He then continued with an apparently prepared introduction of Bruce Springsteen.

Although the show was broadcast as-live, CBS had time to bleep out the f-word for TV audiences, thought to number around six million.

De Niro has long been a vociferous critic of Donald Trump. After calling him “totally nuts” in August 2016, the actor released a video during the election campaign stating his desire to punch Trump in the face, and calling him “an idiot, a national disaster, an embarrassment to this country … this fool, this bozo”.

https://www.theguardian.com/film/2018/j ... ony-awards


That's merely pathetic. This, from a guy who earns $10m a year, is downright evil.

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"I feel like the bottom has to fall out at some point," the host said on his weekly program, "Real Time with Bill Maher."

"By the way, I'm hoping for it because one way you get rid of Trump is a crashing economy. So please, bring on the recession," he added.

"Sorry if that hurts people but it's either root for a recession or you lose your democracy," Maher said.


http://thehill.com/homenews/media/39162 ... d-of-trump

These people are deranged.

Have you seen the shit Carlson, Dobbs, Hannity Jeanne Pirro and the rest of Fox Pravda are saying?


No idea. I don't know who two of those people are. But I agree with you; the fact that they are saying stuff means that Maher's point is a good one. :thumbup:


He's right about the first bit - if the economy crashes Trump loses the main foundation of his platform....the bit after that is Maher being his usual self. He's not deranged so much as an entertainer playing to his crowd...the parallel to the Fox crew is pretty appropriate.


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Can someone explain why getting North Korea to end their nuclear program by lifting sanctions is better than getting Iran to end their nuclear program by lifting sanctions?



Because South Korea isn't Saudi Arabia.


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