By: Brian Evans

Reports are now being revealed in both South Korea and the United States indicating that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has announced that they will halt all nuclear and missile tests in their country.  The South Korean newswire service Yonhap reported that…

‘the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) published the announcement from Kim, which read, “from April 21, North Korea will stop nuclear tests and launches of intercontinental ballistic missiles.”’

North Korea said is doing so in their obvious effort to prove their commitment to President Trump’s demands that they denuclearize. In fact, North Korea News reported that Kim Jong Un told his Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK) during their meeting that…

‘there was “no need” for such a nuclear program anymore.’

In fact, Reuters News Agency confirmed the KCNA report. Meanwhile, a Russian state site named Sputnik, said that…

North Korea will “join international efforts to halt nuclear tests altogether”

North Korea will be meeting with South Korean leader Moon Jae-in, where the two have agreed to live-broadcast the summit. The two leaders have vowed to focus on ending the Korean war that has officially been going on for years, but under a cease-fire. They have also said they will discuss “denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.”

Kim Jung-Un also plans to meet with President Trump in May or early June, which in itself is a milestone, since it would be the first time since North Korea became a communist state in 1948 under Kim Il-Sung. Also, if President Trump  is able to bring about denuclearization and peace in North Korea, it would certainly show his peace through strength approach had truly worked. As reported before, President Trump has pushed North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-Un to the breaking point, and if he is ultimately successful, it would be a massive win for his peace through strength approach. An approach that is a massive 180 degree shift from every Presidential Administration before.

Today, some Democrats are beginning to admit that the Trump Administration’s hard-line stance appears to be working, but overall, the Democrat Party continues to try to stop Trump from moving forward. Regardless, Trump’s tactics are working against one of the most brutal regimes in history. One that punishes citizens for accessing non governmental Western media. They torture and imprison anyone who is caught practicing Christianity, or even within close proximity to a bible. They institute a system called a songbun, where generation after generation is punished with poverty and starvation, if any member of their family is even suspected of opposing the communist regime. And those who are loyal are provided the bare minimum for survival, while Kim Jong-Un lives the life of luxury. But now, things have changed. President Trump has painted Kim Jong-Un into a corner, and as ENR (Evans News Report) reported on December 22, 2017, the North Korean regime is near collapse, and North Korea simply wants America to back off. A move that President Trump has made clear, that he will not do so. Instead, President Trump has made it clear, when he stated…

“If I think that it’s a meeting that is not going to be fruitful, we’re not going to go.”

President Trump went on to say that …

 “If the meeting, when I’m there, is not fruitful, I will respectfully leave the meeting.”

However, despite his stern warning to Kim Jong-Un, President Trump continued to express optimism about sitting down with the North Korean leader. And despite precedents of years past, it now seems that President Trump is sitting squarely in the driver’s seat, as they prepare to engage in one of the most important talks in American and world history.

 

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