North Korea & Bill Clinton`s arangement, deals.

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North Korea & Bill Clinton`s arangement, deals.
« on: August 11, 2017, 03:29:29 PM »
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  Billy C. gave NK the money, oil, allowed water based reactors. Diplomacy or deals?

I ponder on the beginnings of this entire cluster-muck. NK is the joker in the the deck, the all but complete generational mind mucking of the NK citizens and the heritage of Kim, a cog in the wheel of a much larger plan.
I can not believe for one second Kim is running the show, he was definitely mentored, dipped, and controlled.

Now that Clinton and Obama have finished their BS, Trump is left with a bag of sh**t to deal with. It is no surprise to me this has all come to this point since our newly elected president is in office. I`m not trying to indicate this is not serious, though it is a coincidence NK decided to begin the freak show in a definitive nature during Trump's term.
PAST..
The former US president BILLY BOY signed a diplomacy deal with North Korea in October 1994 in the hope? he could stem the threat of all-out war and instead bring the isolated nation into the “global community”. ?

But the pact was quickly betrayed by the warmongering nation who covertly developed nuclear weapons while the US subsidized billions of dollars to prop up the regime, experts claim.

And little over a decade later after the Agreed Framework was signed - promising billions of dollars in aid for a North Korean nuclear freeze - Kim had conducted its first of many nuclear tests.

The explosive claims come as it emerged Kim’s state is poised to launch a missile strike against the US territory of Guam, which could trigger a global conflict.

The former US president BILLY BOY signed a diplomacy deal with North Korea in October 1994 in the hope he could stem the threat of all-out war and instead bring the isolated nation into the “global community”.

But the pact was quickly betrayed by the warmongering nation who covertly developed nuclear weapons while the US subsidised billions of dollars to prop up the regime, experts claim.

And little over a decade later after the Agreed Framework was signed - promising billions of dollars in aid for a North Korean nuclear freeze - Kim had conducted its first of many nuclear tests.

The explosive claims come as it emerged Kim’s state is poised to launch a missile strike against the US territory of Guam, which could trigger a global conflict.
At the time, Mr. Clinton said: “This US-North Korean agreement will help to achieve a long-standing and vital American objective: an end to the threat of nuclear proliferation on the Korean peninsula.

CLINTON, (SOURCE THE EXPRESS),,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
This agreement is good for the United States, good for our allies, and good for the safety of the entire world.

“It’s a crucial step toward drawing North Korea into the global community.”


Clintons memoirs, a line of Horse Sh**t. 
And in his memoirs, Mr. Clinton revealed that the US was seriously considering strikes against North Korea, saying: “I was determined to prevent North Korea from developing a nuclear arsenal, even at the risk of war”.
AS IF!


Clinton.
Essentially, an international consortium planned to replace the North’s plutonium reactor with two light-water reactors; in the meantime, the United States would supply the North Koreans with 500,000 tons of heavy fuel oil every year to make up for the theoretical loss of the reactor while the new ones were built.


North Korea’s program was clearly created to churn out nuclear weapons; the reactor at Yongbyon was not connected to the power grid and appeared only designed to produce plutonium, a key ingredient for nuclear weapons. The theory of the deal was that, with the plant shuttered and the plutonium under the close watch of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), North Korea would not be able to produce a bomb. There were also vague references in the text to improving relations and commerce.

The deal was hugely controversial in Congress. Just as with Obama’s Iran negotiations, Clinton structured the agreement so that it was not considered a treaty that would have required ratification by the Senate. As with Iran, there was also an international component, with South Korea, Japan and a European agency joining with the United States to create an organization to implement the accord.

As Iowa State University professor Young Whan Kihl noted in an article exploring the political ramifications:

Since the “Agreed Framework” took the form of a presidential “executive agreement,” rather than a formal treaty (such as SALT I & II), the U.S. Senate did not need to give “advise and consent” under the U.S. Constitution. However, the terms of the agreement are controversial and subject to scrutiny by the Republican-dominant U.S. Congress that began a series of congressional hearings in mid-January 1995. Some congressmen and senators demanded that the “agreed framework” be treated as a formal treaty; this move was resisted by the Clinton Administration but, because of the budgetary and appropriation clauses of the agreement, the U.S. Congress was inevitably drawn into the process of implementation and verification of the agreement.

Then intelligence agencies determined that North Korea was cheating on the agreement by trying to develop nuclear material through another method — highly enriched uranium. The Bush administration sent an envoy who confronted North Korea — and the regime was said to have belligerently confirmed it in 2002, just as the Bush administration was mostly focused on the pending invasion of Iraq.
  I can`t shake the feeling this was either on the table or known in complete by the intel agency`s, all of it.