A letter written and sent by North Korean government officials has many around the world confused and wondering what is next for the rogue government.
In what many leaders are calling “unprecedented,” the Australian Parliament received a letter dated September 28, 2017, which has apparently been sent to multiple other countries.
It seems that the North Korean government was unhappy with President Trump’s harsh remarks toward the country at the United Nations General Assembly. In fact, they were so unhappy with the remarks that they have sent out this letter hoping to gain traction with leftist parliaments from around the world.
The letter was published by the Sydney Morning News earlier this week, but not many major news outlets in America have made much news out of it, despite the letter calling for parliaments from around the world to rise up against the United States.
The first question that comes to my mind is “Why wouldn’t the media be reporting this?”
Here’s why: “The Foreign Affairs Committee of the DPRK SPA takes this opportunity to express belief that the parliaments of different countries loving independence, peace and justice will fully discharge their due mission and duty in realizing the desire of mankind for international justice and peace with sharp vigilance against the heinous and reckless moves of the Trump administration trying to drive the world into a horrible nuclear disaster.”
Maybe that sounds familiar, seeing as how it sounds exactly what you’re being fed by the mainstream media today. But only this time, it’s coming from the leadership of a country who puts its own citizens in concentration camps.
So why haven’t you heard about this? Because it doesn’t take very long for someone to make that connection between how the mainstream media and North Korea talk about President Trump.
I’ll be the first to say that I just made a pretty big claim, but if you can back it up with clip after clip of CNN/MSNBC anchors speaking about the President and it sounding exactly how the North Korean government writes about him, then the claim is accurate.
The letter also speaks about America bringing the international community to their knees and hurting the international economy in our “selfish” America-first policies. Sound familiar?
And, as if you couldn’t have guessed it by now, the letter speaks to the idea that North Korea has a nuclear arsenal capable of destroying the United States of America (which it does not have).
Sending a letter to these parliaments is the latest desperate attempt by North Korea to get any help economically after China has cut trade ties and banking opportunities for the government, and after the harsh sanctions were placed on the country by the United Nations. After all, the entire idea of placing these sanctions on North Korea was to bring them to this point of desperation, so it looks like our plans are working out nicely.
ISIS is taken care of, the stock market is a record high, and North Korea is crippled. Seems to me like the Trump administration is doing just fine.
Stay political, my friends.