North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's armored limousine, surrounded by his phalanx of burly bodyguards, rolled into Vietnam's capital Tuesday ahead of a summit with President Donald Trump that's meant to deal with perhaps the world's biggest security challenge: Kim's pursuit of a nuclear program that stands on the verge of viably threatening targets around the planet. Soldiers, police and international journalists thronged the streets outside Hanoi's Melia Hotel where Kim was set to stay, and hundreds of eager citizens stood behind barricades hoping to see the North Korean leader. As Vietnamese, North Korean and U.S. flags fluttered in a cold drizzle, dozens of cameras flashed and some citizens screamed and used their mobile phones to capture Kim's rock-star-like arrival at the hotel. "I like him," local resident Van Dang Luu, who works at a nearby bank, said of Kim. "He is very young and he is very interesting. And he is very powerful," she said. "Trump is not young, but I think he is … [Read more...] about Kim Jong Un Arrives in Hanoi for Nuclear Summit With Trump
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Bangkok -- Vietnam's selection as the venue for the second summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is largely a matter of convenience and security, but not without bigger stakes. Washington's goal for the Feb. 27-28 talks is for North Korea to agree give up its nuclear weapons. North Korea frames the issue more broadly, seeking a removal of the "nuclear threat" from U.S. military forces in South Korea.On Tuesday Mr. Trump confirmed in his State of the Union address that he will meet Kim for a two-day summit at the end of February."We continue our historic push for peace on the Korean peninsula," Mr. Trump said, adding he believed war would have broken out between the U.S. and North Korea had he not been elected.The high-profile meeting on Feb. 27 and 28 will be the second between the president and North Korea's authoritarian ruler. The two men met for a landmark summit in Singapore in June 2018 and agreed to flesh out details of an agreement … [Read more...] about Why Vietnam for the next Trump-Kim Jong Un summit
Tuesday, January 15, 2019 by: Tracey Watson Tags: adhd, Alzheimer's, badpollution, brain damage, chemicals, child IQ, clean water, contamination, deception, disease causes, drinking water, Fluoridation, Fluoride, government policy, government propaganda, mind body science, neurotoxins, poison, toxic chemicals, toxic water, toxins, water, water supply (Natural News) The benefits of drinking water are immense. From flushing out toxins to increasing energy and boosting immunity, water truly is the cornerstone of good health. But what if every drop of the water we conscientiously drink to stay healthy is actually poisoned? Despite water’s many health benefits, no sensible person would knowingly drink water from a contaminated source. Most of us would be shocked to realize, therefore, that the water we drink every day in this country is purposely poisoned in harmony with public ‘healthcare’ policy. What is this poison, you might ask? Fluoride. You may have been told … [Read more...] about Science proves that fluoride is a neurotoxin that harms children … so why are state and local governments still polluting the public water supply with poison?
JAKE ELLISON, SFGATE.COM Published 3:52 pm PDT, Friday, October 12, 2018 Weaponized insects. A US military research program run by DARPA is spending millions to find ways to use insects to inject modified genes into plants, after they've started growing. "Such an unprecedented capability would provide an urgently needed alternative to pesticides, selective breeding, slash-and-burn clearing, and quarantine, which are often ineffective against rapidly emerging threats and are not suited to securing mature plants," DARPA writes. The program is called Insect Allies, and DARPA says it'll stay in protected labs. Editing plants genes in the field--as opposed to editing genes in a seed and living with what grows--with insects? What could possibly go wrong? less Weaponized insects. A US military research program run by DARPA is spending millions to find ways to use insects to inject modified genes into plants, after they've started growing. "Such an unprecedented ... more … [Read more...] about Weaponized bugs and other threats to human existence we should ponder
ANOTHER interview, another bizarre display from the president of the United States, this time about his "beautiful letters" from North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un. Trump was appearing on CBS's 60 Minutes for the first time since he won the highest office two years ago, and while he seemed to have a lot to boast about, he still seemed to have a lot to learn about acting presidential. When correspondent Lesley Stahl pressed him on comments he made to supporters that he and Kim wrote each other "beautiful letters and fell in love", he dismissed the statements as "just a figure of speech." When Stahl pointed out they were still a strong endorsement, and listed the rap sheet against Kim, ranging from public executions to the assassination of half-brother Kim Jung-nam, Trump replied: "I'm not a baby, I don't know these things." "I have a good energy with him, I have a good chemistry with him. Look at the horrible threats that were made. No more … [Read more...] about Donald Trump throws tantrum in CBS interview when asked why he loves tyrant Kim Jong-un