Science fiction summit of Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump has turned into reality!
If you have checked your Twitter trends recently, you have seen that one trend is not leaving the first spot on the list and that is #TrumpKimSummit! This is a historic moment for the whole world! The first time the US president has ever met the leader of North Korea! The two met in Singapore and are expected to talk about denuclearisation and bring the possible peace to the world. Something that only the thought of it was pretty far-fetched is now turning to the reality! Mr. Trump is being praised despite everything for being able to make this happen!
They believe that he is giving his best speech! One that no one could have imagined! He said: "We're very proud of what happened today. Our whole relationship with North Korea and the Korean peninsula will be a much different situation than it has in the past." As the president has mentioned, he and the leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-Un have a special bond. Kim Jong-Un believes that Donald Trump is "A very talented man and he loves his country very much."
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Based on the agreement that was signed "President Trump committed to providing security guarantees to the DPRK, and Chairman Kim Jong Un reaffirmed his firm and unwavering commitment to complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula."
Jenny Town, editor, and Korea analyst, said: "The summit is a huge win for Kim-Jong-un… the optics literally couldn’t have been better if he had tried to stage it himself. The fact is this is Kim Jong-un - six months ago he was one of the world’s most hated leaders, and now he’s [being treated like] a political rock star."
The signed agreement reads "Reaffirming April 27, 2018, Panmunjom Declaration, the DPRK commits to working toward complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula,"
The leaders promised to "to establish new U.S.-DPRK relations and join their efforts to build a lasting and stable peace regime on the Korean Peninsula."
President Trump stated: "I think our whole relationship with North Korea and the Korean Peninsula... it's going to be a very different relationship than it has in the past, We're going to take care of a very big and very dangerous problem for the world"
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Donald Trump-Kim Jong Un talks:— परवेज़ M (@VazeMohd) June 12, 2018
"Nice to meet you Mr President," were Kim's first words, to which Trump responded, "It's my honour and we will have a terrific relationship, I have no doubt."#TrumpKimSummit#SingaporeSummit#NorthKoreaSummit#KimJongUn#NorthKorea#Trumppic.twitter.com/hHV80a1tf1
A lot of things might change in North Korea. Here are some things you need to know about how things were conducted before.
In North Korea, owning Bibles, watching South Korean films and distributing adult content, can be punished by death. In November 2013, the government executed 80 people in public only for watching South Korean films and owning Bibles. According to a source, the women and children were taken to a sports stadium and forced to see how authorities took the lives of arrested. Despite being illegal, an estimated 100,000 Christians live in North Korea.
Spotted at the U.S.-North Korea bilateral meeting: national security adviser John Bolton. His presence is noteworthy: He has angered North Korea by saying the U.S. should apply the “Libya model” to its negotiations with Pyongyang https://t.co/FfYt6ohbX8pic.twitter.com/V5L6M4jX3v— POLITICO (@politico) June 12, 2018
It seems Kim Jong-il was born under a double rainbow and his birth caused a new star to appear in the sky; according to the official biography of his life, he learned to walk and talk before he was 6 months and had the ability to control the weather by his moods. As part of its methods of propaganda and brainwashing, the government elevates its leaders to a divine status in the minds of the average citizen. Schoolchildren are taught fantastic and obviously false things about their leaders to keep them in fear of the regime.
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Here's a fun thing that dictators get to do ... #Trump is so jealous.— John Moffitt (@JohnRMoffitt) June 12, 2018
North Korea’s defense minister, Hyon Yong-Chol (right) with #KimJongUn in 2015, the same year that Mr. Hyon fell asleep in a meeting and was executed by ANTI-AIRCRAFT FIRE for disloyalty. pic.twitter.com/UkdEFxgwlh
An overnight image of the Korean peninsula taken by NASA illustrates the pure insulation and underlying electrical problems in North Korea. Compared to its southern neighbors and China, there was completely dark. Since the extinct Soviet Union stopped supplying North Korea with energy in the early 1990s, the country has become virtually bankrupt. Compared to South Korea, where each person consumes 10,162 kilowatts per hour of energy, the average of the North only uses 739. The surrounding darkness is incredible, except for some light spots and the capital.
The public transport that connects the main cities is almost non-existent since citizens need permits to go from one place to another within it. Because of this, the streets of North Korea are so empty that children use them as playgrounds, and soldiers can be seen hitchhiking on the roads. In addition to this huge problem, freedom of movement in the country is also extremely limited and citizens can rarely move freely. Having a car is a strange and rare thing for the locals, so the older ones cross the streets without worrying about cars approaching.
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The importance of the leader
There are about 34,000 statues of Kim II Sung in North Korea, one for every 3.5 kilometers, or one for every 750 people. All North Koreans are also required to wear a badge with his face as a mark of their loyalty to the founder of the nation. The badge is a daily ritual, and in a city where people barely carry expensive or valuable items and credit cards, are highly prized by pickpockets and thieves. So much so, that each badge can be traded on the black market for several hundred NKW.
In North Korea, the Internet is limited to a very small elite circle (there are only 1,579 existing IP addresses for a population of 25 million). They also have their own operating system called Red Star and the content is pre-filtered by the state. Chats, emails, and discussion forums are regularly monitored and Internet access, in general, is only allowed with special authorization, being used mainly for governmental or foreign purposes.