Skip to comments.N.Korea has put out a 42 minute documentary about Kim Jong Un's visit to Singapore, start to finish.
Posted on 06/14/2018 9:09:37 AM PDT by caww
This is what the N.Koreans now see of the world they have not seen before. Of course this was to depict their leader in a favorable light for this historic summit. as do we our President. But in my opinion we had a lot to do with putting this together, music and other evidences so. They simply agreed to it. It's a worthy watch if you imagine yourself as a N.Korean. It really is a stunning video.
(I tune down the narriator for obvious reasons)
(Excerpt) Read more at youtube.com ...
BTW this was seen across N.Korea’s State TV....
UTube link not working.
Supreme leader conquers Singapore and makes POTUS beg to meet? Only partially kidding, thanks for the share.
I’ve reconsidered and think China had much to do with this production.
It should try this, I get it.
The Youtube player loads, spins around for a bit then gives “An error occured. Please try again later”
Might just be me.
I figured it out. watching now.
I was surprised by it..the idea was to show the N.Koreans their leader was on a ‘level playing field”I do not think this puts our President at an unfavorable light as ABC and CBS and others have suggested. ALL the parties understand that Kim must be seen on equal footing which is highly significant to Asian leaders.
As said...try to look at it from the N.Koreans and where they sit. I thought it was well presented and accomplished what the purpose was for.
That’s the voice of Pyongyang Patty.
Great video! Thanx
I wonder if Pyongyang's power was turned on for that.
I worry she’s going to collapse, being so breathless.
NORK is on the ropes... they will LOVE anything which improves life for them
Probably mandatory viewing...wait, they have TV?
The drive through Singapores port/shipping area was stunning....certainly would give people insight on what could be possible.....LOTS of lights!
Yes I just turn her way down...annoying to beat all!
This is what I was anxious to see, how the NK media would portray the visit, that will be the big tell.
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