Hope For Peace: Korea’s Leaders Pledge “Complete Denuclearization” And Official End To Decades-Long War

Historic meeting between South Korean President Moon Jae-In And North Korean Dictator Kim Jong Un brings increased hopes for peace.

The Korean Peninsula – and the world – has the best reason in nearly half a century to believe that peace is possible.

A historic meeting between South Korean President Moon Jae-In and North Korean Dictator Kim Jong Un took place as Kim crossed the demilitarized zone and entered South Korea.

It was the first time in 65 years that a North Korean leader crossed into South Korea.

Watch a clip from the historic meeting below:

The statement signed by both Koreas pledged to turn the demilitarized zone into a ‘peace zone,’ achieve a Korean Peninsula free of nuclear weapons, reduce military tensions, and work towards eventual re-unification.

US President Donald Trump praised the Summit:

“After a furious year of missile launches and Nuclear testing, a historic meeting between North and South Korea is now taking place. Good things are happening, but only time will tell!”

“KOREAN WAR TO END! The United States, and all of its GREAT people, should be very proud of what is now taking place in Korea!”

“Please do not forget the great help that my good friend, President Xi of China, has given to the United States, particularly at the Border of North Korea. Without him it would have been a much longer, tougher, process!”

Nobel Prize for Trump?

While peace seems closer than ever, anytime you’re dealing with the ruthless dictatorship like North Korea the idea of possible betrayal always has to be in the back of your mind.

That said, the timing of the movement towards peace – coming after Trump took a much harder line and showed more willingness to use force – is quite instructive.

Previous administrations and so-called experts had brought the world closer and closer to war through their appeasement and weakness towards North Korea, which only emboldened the regime. Now, when Trump showed strength – including encouraging China to do more – peace is closer than ever.

That has led many – including myself – to say that if peace and denuclearization happens, Trump should get the Nobel Peace Prize. After all, Obama got it before he even did anything, and if Trump is part of bringing a decades long conflict to a peaceful conclusion, it will be a historic achievement.

Spencer Fernando

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Del

I don’t believe N. Korea any more than I believe Iran.

Dave
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Dave

DEL… I agree 100% with your comment.

John Boyle
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John Boyle

Absolutely, President Trump got things going!

William Goddu
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William Goddu

All in all it looks good but that may also bring us closer to fooling people since this does not stop NWO or Agenda 21. Only Time will tell. The real threat still lives on as the Elite have not and will not step down to peace.

Candace
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Candace

Good for President Trump!

Dave
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North Korea CANNOT be trusted, Dictator Kim Jong Un does not change his mind so quickly without there being an Malicious point to his cunning, thinking. Maybe he gets other countries to disarm then he will start up his war machine etc. again. Don’t be so easily fooled.

jim berryhill
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jim berryhill

I totally agree with you Spencer –but then the Nobel awards over recent years have become more and more of a joke seeming a lot like another left leaning supporter; So Trump receiving one is pretty questionable based upon that

Eric Blair
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Trump getting a Nobel Prize for Peace would drive the CBC nuts. They would have to bring back Pete Mansbridge (who am I kidding… he will always be Peter, the grossly trumped up airport announcer) to get his At Issue team together and give it a proper debunking. Or else the CBC could ignore it…