Despite claims of a deal North Korea’s nuclear program reaches new stage of productivity.

By |2019-01-14T10:02:10-08:00January 15th, 2019|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , |5 Comments

But, but, but they promised.

Courtesy of Bloomberg:

Kim Jong Un told the world this month that North Korea took steps to stop making nuclear weapons in 2018, a shift from his earlier public statements. The evidence shows production has continued, and possibly expanded.

Satellite-imagery analysis and leaked American intelligence suggest North Korea has churned out rockets and warheads as quickly as ever in the year since Kim halted weapons tests, a move that led to his June summit with U.S. President Donald Trump. The regime probably added several intercontinental ballistic missiles, nuclear proliferation analysts say, with one arms control group estimating that Kim gained enough fissile material for about six more nuclear bombs, bringing North Korea’s total to more than 20.

“There is no indication that their nuclear and missile programs have slowed or paused,” said Melissa Hanham, the director of the One Earth Future Foundation’s Datayo Project and an expert in using satellite imagery and other publicly available data to analyze weapons proliferation. “Rather it has reached a new stage.”

Recent reports have shown that North Korea continued to operate two suspected uranium enrichment facilities — one near its long-established Yongbyon nuclear center and another location suspected of being a gas centrifuge site. In July, U.S. Secretary of State Michael Pompeo acknowledged in Senate testimony that North Korea was still producing fissile material.

You know this isn’t just Trump screwing up deals that cause his businesses to go bankrupt, this is the safety of the whole world that is at stake here. 

I swear this idiot gets played more often than an old deck of cards at a retirement home.  

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  1. anon January 15, 2019 at 5:13 am

    The evangelicals are “saved”, the rest of us burn forever. All because we did not “believe”. These are the same Christians that tortured and slaughtered millions during the crusades. Along that line, the crusades have only been “modernized”. SEE GLOBAL WARMING. These “chosen” people ARE the righteous that ARE CURRENTLY KILLING US ALL.

    By association: CHRISTIANS – WORLDS BIGGEST CULT AND LEGAL MURDERERS. Nature doesn’t worry. Nature ALWAYS prevails, WITH OR WITHOUT MAN. Nature does not give a FUCK about mans fiction of salvation elsewhere. THE BIGGEST PROBLEM IN THE HISTORY OF MANKIND is getting man to see we save ourselves. The religious images of all religions connote consciousness of our nature. There is no LITERAL worship of any separate deity, for we ARE what is being referenced by the IMAGE of the deity.
    Fuck you, monotheists, as you ignorantly fuck up the endowment of life itself for all.

  2. Anonymous January 15, 2019 at 5:19 am

    This was just another photo op for trump, I doubt he even listened to anything that was said, other than “compliments” …. The North Koreans had his number and played him for the old fool that he is.

  3. Rawstory January 15, 2019 at 7:11 am

    “President Donald Trump’s vice president and secretary of state appear to have a conflict between their private religious beliefs and their public duties, according to a financial journalist.

    Mike Pence and Mike Pompeo are each a “genuine, end-of-days, believer in the apocalypse,” and Financial Times journalist Edward Luce said their religious beliefs about the end times exerts a troubling influence on their duties.
    “Generally I believe a public figure’s beliefs should be irrelevant to their job,” Luce wrote. “Whether they’re atheist, Opus Dei, Buddhist or Muslim, should have no bearing on our assessment of their fitness for office. Yet I can’t help but feel anxious that both of Donald Trump’s main global envoys, Pompeo and Pence, have a conflict between their private beliefs and what they publicly claim to be doing.”

    Luce argued that both Trump administration officials were part of a “millenarian cult,” and he worried their “militant creed” would influence their public policies to spark a “final conflagration in which the righteous will vanquish the wicked.”

    “Call me a serial fretter, but I don’t take comfort from the fact that Pence is a heartbeat away from being commander-in-chief,” Luce wrote. “Nor do I see Pompeo as one of the grown-ups restraining Trump. He’s an enabler, not a preventer. Where Trump goes, Pompeo will follow. Let’s hope Trump never gets religion.”

  4. Anonymous January 15, 2019 at 3:58 pm

    “I believe it is highly likely that more scandals involving the president will surface, likely as a result of the Mueller investigation, and they will be more damning than those from the past. But like those in the past, they will not diminish Trump’s support. He will result in even greater abuses of power to suppress the information or action against him, but none of that will matter to his base, who believes he is on a divine pursuit. And it will be a clear demonstration of how quickly a group of people can be brought to a collective mental state under which they would follow their leader off a cliff.”

  5. Anonymous January 15, 2019 at 8:10 pm

    Two tob o lards met, shook hands and had their photo op. The end. Then they both went back home to continue their evil doings.

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