June 12, 2018

If it's possible to make a deal with North Korea's tyrant, Trump will. Here's why.

Ezra LevantRebel Commander


Donald Trump flew to Singapore for a one on one meeting with Kim Jong Un, the dictator of North Korea. Trump has done many deals in his life, with many difficult characters. This is undoubtedly the most important of any of them. And maybe the most difficult.

When you're dealing with Kim Jong Un, you are dealing with someone who is so unlike anyone else, he’s almost an alien. He’s a dictator, son of a dictator, son of a dictator. But not just dictators — cult figures, semi-divine.

How do you negotiate with such people? Well, that’s what Trump was doing, when he wasn’t listening to Justin Trudeau ramble on about being a male feminist at the G7 summit:

He was surely reading every piece of intelligence about Kim Jong Un, so as to have an effective meeting with him. And I think it shows...

TONIGHT I'll show you a masterful video. It was obviously created by the CIA. It pretends to be from a real movie studio, and sounds like a movie trailer, same kind of voice over. But it’s a movie made for one person and one person only: to convince Kim to take the deal.

Look at the fascinating details: The references to the NBA, which we know Kim loves; Sylvester Stallone; other movie imagery. Things that Kim wants — basic electrification, food on the shelves. Things he doesn’t want — U.S. air craft carrier battle groups. 

There’s references to changing history, to letting go of the past. There’s references to personal luxury — like a speedboat. I bet Kim indicated somehow that he wants one, and the CIA said, push that button.

This is the most amazing movie I’ve ever watched.

It's weird, but do you think there’s a weirder person alive on the planet, who is not in a psych ward?

This was Donald Trump being a serious president. I’ve said it before — Canada is just not that high on his to do list.

We’re lucky he doesn’t pay too much attention to us — because it seems like all the Canadian establishment does is whine about him and insult him — and this weekend, after the G7, he finally noticed, and slapped back.

But while our pundits will talk about that for the rest of the year, Trump has already moved on, to solving the North Korean crisis — or not.

Either way, it’s fascinating.

And either way, it’s best to ignore the no-nothings who keep counting Trump out, right before his victories...

NEXT: Anthony Furey, Toronto Sun columnist, comes on to explain why he think's Doug Ford's "agenda needs to commence quickly and decisively."

THEN: Our own David Menzies joins me to talk about being manhandled at Toronto's anti-Semitic Al Quds Day rally.

FINALLY: Your messages to me!

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commented 2018-06-14 01:46:42 -0400
Amy Lynn he condemned them when it was warranted and praise them when it was warranted. Now go join the liberal media crapping about Trump using diplomacy with NK like they were whining about a while ago. LMAO!
commented 2018-06-13 14:50:01 -0400
Hey Ezra, under Obama’s presidency you condemned Russia and Putin every other day through this site and through Twitter to the tune of dozens. As soon as Trump became president your word hole fell silent on how evil Russia and Putin are. How come?
commented 2018-06-13 11:49:59 -0400
- Trump knows how to negotiate. The last few presidents didn’t negotiate, they compromised, just enough to get their photo-ops. Trump is getting things done. He clearly saw the G7 meeting for the waste of time that it was. The mainstream media is now busy showing that they represent globalist interests, not the people.

- Doug Ford has his work cut out for him but the way the Liberals were running the province there are billions of dollars to cut out of the budget. The media party want to see the province burn. Their worst nightmare is that Ford succeeds & Ontario prospers.

- Al Quds day needs to be sent back to Iran along with its’ supporters. Iran is a terrorist state & if Trudeau decides to get in bed with them he shouldn’t be surprised if at some point the US sees Canada as a security risk. Meanwhile John Tory keeps finding new ways of being irrelevant.
commented 2018-06-13 09:45:50 -0400
Good show EZRA , it’s all coming down to cars and cows .
We’ve had our fill of quota politicians of both sides .
commented 2018-06-13 09:45:41 -0400
As long as it’s not Ed Clark. I had high hopes when Wynne hired him as an adviser but was very disappointed in his “advise”. Perhaps pulling out the Drumond report is step one. It seemed to have many efficiencies and Wynne ignored it so it probably is perfect.
side note…..thank you for posting the interview with Manny. It’s great!
commented 2018-06-13 08:30:16 -0400
JAMES MACMASTER Thanks for the chuckle.
We saw that the CPC is largely made up of sheeple when Scheer whipped them in June 2017 to vote in support the Paris Climate Accord. When they supported a motion that was the predecessor to M-103. When only about five CPC MPs supported Brad Trost’s private member’s bill to privatize the CBC. When ………………………………………
commented 2018-06-13 08:25:24 -0400
I have always been of the mind that if you want to get the current ruling party out of office (usually the Liberals or NDP), then you have to vote for the most likely right wing party to succeed at doing that even if you do not like that party’s leadership (i.e. the federal Conservatives).

However, from what I have seen of Scheer’s leadership, it is becoming increasingly difficult to support the federal Conservatives.

I would vote Libertarian next election if it were not for the fact that my vote would for not.

Caught between a hard place and a rock.

At least provincially there seems to be a pendulum swing to the right. Notley is out next year for sure, but is Kenny going to be a CINO leader like Scheer?
commented 2018-06-13 06:42:51 -0400
Maurice Potvin commented
“The mainstream media’s reaction of shock and surprise to the election of Doug Ford is completely baffling to me. Haven’t they been paying any attention to the poll numbers during, and prior to, the campaign? I live in BC so I don’t really have that much of a dog in the fight, but even I couldn’t see a possibility of any other outcome. If the media didn’t see this coming, they really need to consider getting into another line of work.”

They saw it coming, tried to influence the outcome, their shock is from their failure not Ford winning the election.

Remember the Leftards’ credo that they live by:

“If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed. "
- Adolf Hitler
commented 2018-06-13 01:05:08 -0400
Ezra;
Yesterday you reported that Trump proposed to Trudeau a free-trade deal with a five-year sunset clause, as opposed to the six-month notice of cancellation in NAFTA, but Trudeau turned him down.

Understandably this annoyed Trump, and later he twittered and/or spoke negatively about Trudeau’s post discussion disrespectful if not childish comments after Trump had left.

But then you said that you were surprised to learn that Trump had in fact made a concession to Trudeau to give up the 5 year review. Can you give a source for this?

Because later, same day I believe, after Trump had left, a contributor to TheRebel submitted the following Comment from a follower:
“Jonathan Bryant commented:
“In question period today, Lisa Riatt asked Trudeau if Trump removed the five year sunset clause. After a bit of his typical duck speak, Trudeau said that Trump had not removed it. “

How do we interpret this?
commented 2018-06-13 00:59:06 -0400
Ron Shea….

Although I am a Bernier fan, John Baird (the Guard-dog), would be a great candidate. I hear that he makes too much money in the Private Sector to come back to Politics.
commented 2018-06-12 23:28:33 -0400
RON SHEA commented, “We need a real Conservative leader not a CINO! I like MP Cheryl Gallant a lot but Scheer silenced her probably with expulsion if she did not stop talking about the cult of Islam. Bernier would be good to.”

Scheer also silenced Gallant because she was the only CPC MP to defy his whipped support of a Liberal motion in June 2017, affirming the Paris Climate Accord. The final vote was something like 277-1. Bernier was not present for the vote. Rempel excused herself for the final vote. As well, Brad Trost did not vote.

Just announced that Maxime Bernier is no longer the Shadow Minister for Innovation, Science and Economic Development. He was removed from his role “effective immediately” by Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer. Presumably because he had an article in the Globe & Mail, attacking milk marketing boards, which Scheer tweeted support for. Bernier’s fortunate that he doesn’t live in a country where the politburo sends you to the gulag for a lack of loyalty to the leader.

Earlier this year the CPC head office made sure that Brad Trost (whose supporters helped Scheer get elected) would lose his nomination seat in Saskatoon. Part of the purge. Recently Brad Trost posted the following article at his Facebook page: “40 New Scientific Papers Say Global Warming Does Not Exist”. I can’t think of another elected so-called conservative politician in Canada who would dare to post such an article at their Facebook page.
commented 2018-06-12 22:40:30 -0400
Al Quds Day Rally: Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 35,471 Attacks, 229,700 Killed, 309,863 Injured that we know of.
commented 2018-06-12 22:20:40 -0400
The mainstream media’s reaction of shock and surprise to the election of Doug Ford is completely baffling to me. Haven’t they been paying any attention to the poll numbers during, and prior to, the campaign? I live in BC so I don’t really have that much of a dog in the fight, but even I couldn’t see a possibility of any other outcome. If the media didn’t see this coming, they really need to consider getting into another line of work.
commented 2018-06-12 21:53:25 -0400
Ezra, as a very young boy, I was taught by my father, and elders that I was never to start a fight & never back down from a bully. Well, over a reasonable life span, I have experienced some bullying when younger & dealt with it “on the spot” – and other than our malevolent governments haven’t been bullied since. I must concede with Dave, hit / touch me again – - you will regret it it. Those police were bullies, and their face hurts the same way mine would – - think I’ll take the “risk”!!!
It’s time to beat these Antifa Bolsheviks into the ground!! Touch me & I will. My Great Grandpa, & my Grandpa did the right thing! – succumbing to bullies only empowers their hold & oppression on weak people.
commented 2018-06-12 21:25:53 -0400
Excellent synopsis Space Moose! It truly shows that Trudeau and the Leftists are a scourge to Canada.

Billy Howard that is a great idea. Scheer has kicked out all the social conservatives. We need to get rid of Scheer ‘cause if we don’t Trudeau will win and we cannot let that happen. We need a real Conservative leader not a CINO! I like MP Cheryl Gallant a lot but Scheer silenced her probably with expulsion if she did not stop talking about the cult of Islam. Bernier would be good to. Or Kelly Leitch. Hey, even John Baird!
Everyone, contact your favorite Conservative member of Parliament and tell them no confidence for Scheer in August. He has to go.

It took Doug Ford 5 weeks to win the nomination and then three months to win the Premiership. There is lots of time (if we get people motivated), to have a new Conservative leader to rid our land of Trudeau and his minions.
commented 2018-06-12 21:21:05 -0400
What a shame I’m not Canada’s prime minister. I’d take your idea of trading marketing boards for other concessions with Trump and do that. Governments always ruin any business they start, like The Hollies’ song “King Midas In Reverse.” Everything they touch turns to rust.
commented 2018-06-12 21:18:11 -0400
In question periode today, Lisa Riatt asked Trudeau if Trump removed the five year sunset clause. After a bit of his typical duck speak, Trudeau said that Trump had not removed it.
commented 2018-06-12 21:05:34 -0400
I think Trump has met his match in Trudeau when it comes to deal-making. POTUS is inexperienced in dealing with Justin’s acting teacher intellect and his side-kick “Smiley-Face Hugs” Freeland.

In Breaking News, Bernier fired
Assuming it’s for the supply management issue, it’s time to organize a non-confidence vote at the 2018 CPC convention in August. Last chance before the next election to get rid of Scheer and give CPC a chance at victory.
If Scheer isn’t deposed at the Aug CPC convention, Bernier should entice other CPC MPs to cross the floor under a new “conservative/libertarian” party. Seems Scheer is determined to lose in 2019, so nothing to lose in forming a new Reform-like party.
commented 2018-06-12 21:04:40 -0400
Ezra, the dark to light reference is what Q has been highlighting since late Oct/17
President Trump met with Chairman JKU in the Forbidden City back in November, the deal was struck months ago…this meeting in Singapore was a celebration, a formality. KJU had been freed, so have the people of North Korea. The global cabal have a vested interest in keeping NK and Iran nuclear. This is being dismantled by President Trump and his team. KJU has been a horrific puppet…he has been given an opportunity to make North Korea a prosperous and free nation… leave the cabal….he took this opportunity. Kudos to Dennis Rodman for his longstanding efforts at brokering peace….Obama didn’t take this seriously and dismissed it entirely.

David should contact Doug Ford and provide him with all the footage, why did the police officer dismiss the complaint of assault?
Canadian laws should be enforced at the annual hatefest.

Trudeau has no diplomacy skills, many in his Ministry lack these same skills. They wonder why it’s working against Canadian interests.
commented 2018-06-12 21:00:21 -0400
It is like North Korea and Canada are going through a role reversal. The big one is electricity. North Korea will get electricity at all times. Meanwhile in Ontario, people are too broke to pay for the high cost of electricity.

Soon North Korea will be building car factories, while Ontario loses them.

The news will be censored less in North Korea. While in Canada, Trudeau clamps down on face book news.

North Korea will get to export coal again, while we declare war on coal in Canada.

Trump goes from insulting Kim to praising him. But Trump went from praising Trudeau to insulting him.

Trade will open up in North Korea, while Canada has tariffs slapped on it.

Or is it just me? If I am correct, can any of you think of some more role reversals?
commented 2018-06-12 20:27:47 -0400
SPACE MOOSE deserves credit for this funny but true post.
“Look on the bright side. With Trump, we finally got some meaningful opposition to Trudeau.”

I hope the CPC makes Bernier the Leader of the Opposition soon!