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    In my last post on North Korea, I theorized that China had compelled North Korea to denuclearize after the mountain covering the rogue regime's test area has collapsed and the border area between the two nations was threatened will fallout. However, evidence continues to mount that North Korea's promises may be good this time around and that the peace proposal is not a stall for weapon development time.

    Legal Insurrection readers may recall that my September 2017 post discussing that the North Korean mountain used as a test site was poised to collapse.
    A mountain in North Korea believed to have served as the site of five of the rogue regime’s nuclear tests — including Sunday’s supposed hydrogen bomb explosion — is at risk of collapsing and leaking radiation into the region, a Chinese scientist said Monday.

    History happened right before our eyes overnight when North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un became the first leader of the hermit kingdom to set foot in South Korea. He shook hands with South Korean President Moon Jae-in and the two men held an 8.5 hour summit, which included talks to end the six decade long Korean War, denuclearization, and begin talks with America.

    I woke up this morning to numerous news alerts that told me North Korea is open to talks with the US about denuclearization. I rolled my eyes because does anyone honestly believe this? Yeah, I don't especially after I dug deeper. North Korea said it is open to talks "and that it would suspend all nuclear and missile tests while it is engaged in such talks."

    WAIT A SECOND. I thought Canada welcomed refugees and those seeking asylum with open arms? Haven't Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and other officials mocked President Donald Trump and others here in America because they simply want people to follow our laws? It seems that loving Canada has deported 2,000 North Korean asylum seekers because they allegedly lied on refugee forms. The country is ready to deport up to 150 more.

    Vice President Mike Pence told The Washington Post on his way home from the Olympics that the U.S. is ready to open talks with North Korea after a discussion with South Korean President Moon Jae-in:
    The frame for the still-nascent diplomatic path forward is this: The United States and its allies will not stop imposing steep and escalating costs on the Kim Jong Un regime until it takes clear steps toward denuclearization. But the Trump administration is now willing to sit down and talk with the regime while that pressure campaign is ongoing.