Donald Trump verirrt sich zwischen Sinnlichkeit und Populismus

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am Sonntag, 8. Juli 2018.

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Ich meine zu beobachten, dass die täglichen TWITTER-PROKLAMATIONEN des US-Präsident No. 45 so langsam verleppern und auch ganz natürlich verleppern müssen.

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Die Sinnlichkeit von Überschriften und Aggressions-Ausrufen, wie sie die Unterklassen-Trump-Wähler ansprechen, die Direktheit und Klarheit der Ansagen von No. 45, bringen so gut wie nie klare Wirkungen und klare Erfolge:

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Wenn TRUMP Zölle angreift, ändert sich nicht die kritisierte Handelsbilanz, wie man es vielleicht erhofft.

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Oft entstehen sogar eindeutige NACHTEILE:

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Man wünscht Arbeitsplätze durch TRUMPs Handelsattacken. Aber HARLEY DAVIDSON wandert ab und Arbeitsplätze gehen verloren.

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GENAU DIESES erleben wir mit dem Angriff von No. 45 auf die ATOMBOMBEN von KIM JONG-un in Nord-Korea.

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Erst droht Trump mit militärischem Ultimatum, dann plötzlich macht er ein persönlcihes Treffen mit KIM in Singapur.

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Dann erklärt TRUMP: ERFOLG ERFOLG, auf ganzer Linie, KIM rüstet die nordkoreanischen ATOMBOMBEN ab!.

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Doch die gemeinsame Abschlusserklärung von KIM und TRUMP von SINGAPUR lautet völlig anders:

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USA und NORDKOREA wollen gerne die koreanische Halbinsel von ATOMWAFFEN reinigen. Ja, das sind möglicherweise nordkoreaniche ATOMWAFFEN, die gar nicht richtig bekannt sind. Aber das sind garantiert auch us-amerikanische ATOMWAFFEN, die ebenfalls nicht wirklich bekannt sind, die vermutliche bewegliche Standorte am Boden, in der Luft und auf See haben.

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Wenn also ATOMABRÜSTUNG – dann alle. Dann muss zunächst mal überprüfbar die Bewaffnungslage bekannt gemacht werden.

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Und was macht TRUMP?

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Er erzählt seinen Wählern, dass er die zusage von KIM ausgehandelt habe, die nordkoreanischen ATOMWAFFEN zu beseitigen.

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Doch alle Welt weiß, dass das keinesfalls so ausgehandelt wurd, nicht so verlautet worden ist und dass deshalb KIM jetzt am Zuge ist, die Bekanngabe der US-Amerikanische ATOMBOMBEN und deren Beseitigung gegenzufordern.

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Das ist also kein guter GAG für TRUMP-Wähler.

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Darauf entsandte TRUMP seinen Kriegsminister POMPEO zu Abrüstungsverhandlungen nach Nord-Korea, und?

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Darauf heute:

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nytimes.com, Sonntag, 8. Juli 2018:

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„North Korea Criticizes ‘Gangster-Like’ U.S. Attitude After Talks With Mike Pompeo“ – Nordkorea kritisiert gangsterartige US-Verhaltensweisen nach Gesprächen mit Mike Pompeo.

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„PYONGYANG, North Korea — North Korea accused the Trump administration on Saturday of pushing a “unilateral and gangster-like demand for denuclearization” and called it “deeply regrettable,” hours after Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said his two days of talks in the North Korean capital were “productive.”

Despite the criticism, North Korea’s Foreign Ministry said the country’s leader, Kim Jong-un, still wanted to build on the “friendly relationship and trust” forged with President Trump during their summit meeting in Singapore on June 12. The ministry said Mr. Kim had written a personal letter to Mr. Trump, reiterating that trust.

 

The harsh North Korean reaction may have been a time-tested negotiating tactic. Two months ago, a brief blowup between the two countries led President Trump to briefly cancel, then reschedule, his summit meeting with Mr. Kim. But North Korea’s remarks also played to a larger fear: that the summit meeting’s vaguely worded commitment to “the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula” meant something very different in Pyongyang and Washington.

Distrust on both sides has led the Americans to insist on rapid, deep dismantlement and highly intrusive verification; the North Koreans want an early lifting of sanctions and a formal end to the Korean War, among other steps.

On Saturday, Mr. Pompeo and his entourage offered no immediate evidence that they had come away with anything tangible to show that North Korea was willing to surrender its nuclear and missile weapons programs. Mr. Pompeo did not meet with Mr. Kim, as he had in past visits, but held talks with Kim Yong-chol, a senior official who has been the country’s point person in deliberations with the United States, South Korea and China.

These are complicated issues, but we made progress on almost all of the central issues,” Mr. Pompeo said before boarding a plane for Tokyo. He called the meetings “productive.”

Administration officials said Saturday that they were neither surprised nor concerned about the North Korean response, and they pointed out that its final lines, the ones attributed directly to Mr. Kim, were conciliatory and referred to a feeling of trust toward Mr. Trump.

The North Korean Foreign Ministry’s assessment was decidedly downbeat.

The attitude and demands from the U.S. side during the high-level talks were nothing short of deeply regrettable,” the ministry said, accusing American “working-level” officials of trying to destroy the agreement struck in Singapore.

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Mr. Pompeo came to Pyongyang to try to get the North Koreans to match their vague commitment to denuclearization — signed by Kim Jong-un in the June meeting with President Trump — with some kind of action. Among the first priorities were a declaration of weapons sites, a timeline of deconstruction efforts and, perhaps, a written statement that the North’s definition of denuclearization matched Mr. Pompeo’s.

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Asked if he had gotten any of those, Mr. Pompeo declined to divulge details.

Washington insists that North Korea disclose all the details of its nuclear weapons program, dismantle its facilities and let outside inspectors verify the steps. The idea is to remove all the North’s nuclear weapons and its ability to build more, before offering any significant rewards.

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The North has long rejected such an approach, instead demanding that the United States take reciprocal measures in each “phased” step it takes toward denuclearization.

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On Saturday, the North Korean statement reiterated that “phased, simultaneous actions” were “the quickest way of realizing the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.”

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During their meetings with Mr. Pompeo, North Korean officials proposed dismantling a missile engine-test site and opening negotiations for repatriating the remains of American service members killed in the Korean War, the Foreign Ministry said. In return, they proposed that the United States take “simultaneous” actions of expanding bilateral exchanges and announcing an end to the Korean War in July.

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But the ministry said that the United States balked at declaring an end to the war, which North Korea said was a crucial first step toward building trust.

The issues the U.S. side insisted on during the talks were the same cancerous ones that the past U.S. administrations had insisted on,” the ministry said.

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It said North Korea had so far taken the “irreversible” action of destroying its underground nuclear test site, while the United States had taken only the “reversible” action of suspending joint military exercises with South Korea.

Privately, Mr. Pompeo has said that he doubts the North Korean leader will ever give up his nuclear weapons. And those doubts have been reinforced in recent days by intelligence showing that North Korea, far from dismantling its weapons facilities, has been expanding them and taking steps to conceal the efforts from the United States.

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Mr. Trump has said his summit meeting with Mr. Kim was a success, and he has declared the North “no longer a nuclear threat.” Squaring Mr. Trump’s evaluation with what increasingly seems like a more troubling reality has become one of Mr. Pompeo’s greatest challenges as the United States’ chief diplomat.

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Mr. Pompeo started his day by leaving the elaborate guesthouse where he was staying to make a secure phone call to Mr. Trump. Also on the call were John R. Bolton, Mr. Trump’s national security adviser, and John Kelly, the White House chief of staff. State Department officials have assumed that listening devices are planted throughout the guesthouse.

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This was Mr. Pompeo’s third trip to Pyongyang, but the first time he had spent the night. Even so, it appeared to have been his least productive visit.

There had been hopes that Mr. Pompeo would get the North to agree to hand over the remains of American war dead. But Mr. Pompeo said that another meeting had been set for July 12 for further talks on repatriating the remains, a dialogue that will be led by the Defense Department.

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Mr. Pompeo and Kim Yong-chol began their meetings on Saturday in Pyongyang with the customary flowery greetings. But just before reporters were ushered out of the room, the exchange grew sharper.

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There are things that I have to clarify,” Mr. Kim said.

There are things that I have to clarify as well,” Mr. Pompeo quickly responded.

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At the airport in Pyongyang, when asked if he had brought up the satellite images that appeared to show that the North was actually expanding its capabilities, Mr. Pompeo responded: “We talked about what the North Koreans are continuing to do.”

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He said they had discussed “achieving what Chairman Kim and President Trump both agreed to, which is the complete denuclearization of North Korea. No one walked away from that, they’re still equally committed, Chairman Kim is still committed.”

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Blistering rhetoric is certainly not unusual from Pyongyang, but the North’s statement points to the risks of Mr. Trump’s decision to bypass the usual process of extensive low-level talks to build a framework for an agreement that leaders can push across the finish line.

Convinced of his own negotiating abilities, Mr. Trump decided to meet with Mr. Kim directly in Singapore in hopes a face-to-face encounter would cut through decades of hostility and bypass months or even years of back-and-forth.

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But national leaders do not negotiate or verify arms control agreements; governments do. Dozens of experts are needed to write the hundreds of pages needed to describe North Korea’s nuclear and missile infrastructure and then delineate how it will be curtailed, dismantled and inspected.

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Critics say the administration’s approach — and Mr. Trump’s declarations of success — have ended up easing much of the economic and diplomatic pressure on Pyongyang.

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Negotiating with North Korea is always difficult, but President Trump made it immeasurably harder with his euphoric tweets about how the North is no longer a nuclear threat,” said Wendy Sherman, a top Obama administration diplomat who helped negotiate the Iran nuclear deal and has negotiated with the North Koreans as well.

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Ms. Sherman added: “With North Korea, there is no full knowledge of what they have, where it is and no ability to verify denuclearization. Long way to go.”

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A small group of reporters traveling with Mr. Pompeo were allowed into the Pyongyang meetings to record their initial moments, as is routine for such diplomatic encounters. But the North Koreans allowed reporters to stay several minutes longer than usual.

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On Saturday morning, those extra moments led to the recording of an unusually lengthy exchange between Mr. Pompeo and Kim Yong-chol.

This isn’t your first visit to our country, yet this is your first night in our country,” Mr. Kim began. “Did you sleep well last night?”

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I did, I did, thank you for the accommodation,” Mr. Pompeo answered.

A few moments later, Mr. Kim said, “But we did have very serious discussions on very important matters yesterday. So thinking about those discussions, you might have not slept well last night.”

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Director Kim, I slept just fine,” Mr. Pompeo responded, an edge creeping into his voice. “We did have a good set of conversations yesterday. I appreciate that, and I look forward to our continued conversations today as well.”

Heather Nauert, the State Department spokeswoman, said Mr. Pompeo did not see the process as doomed.

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There’s a lot of hard work that’s left to be done,” she said. “We never thought this would be easy, and that’s why consultations continue.”

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Gardiner Harris reported from Pyongyang, North Korea, and Choe Sang-Hun from Seoul, South Korea. David E. Sanger contributed reporting from Segovia, Spain.

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the New York edition with the headline: North Koreans Say U.S. Position Is ‘Gangster-Like’

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Dietmar Moews und Prof. Alphons Silbermann

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Dietmar Moews meint: Wer sich die TRUMP-KIM-Operette von Singapur im Juni im TV angeschaut hatte, weiß, dass da großsprurig TRUMPS Unterschriftsstift geschwungen worden war. So weiß man also heute, was da von TRUMP und KIM unterschrieben worden war.

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Abrüstungsabsicht aller ATOMWAFFEN von der koreanischen HALBINSEL. Das heißt ALLE. In Nord-Korea, in Süd-Koera, und alle US-AMERIKANISCHEN ATOMWAFFEN – und darauf passt nun auch CHINA mit XI JINPING genau auf.

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Was musste also POMPEO jetzt den TRUMP-Wählern berichterstatten, nachdem man ihm in Nordkorea gezeigt hat, was als ABRÜSTUNG verstanden wird – jedenfalls nicht EINSEITIGE ABRÜSTUNG.

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Folglich erklärte jetzt POMPEO in USA:

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Es wird noch schwierig und kompliziert mit Nordkorea.

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Und es wird schon gerechnet, welche wirtschaftlichen und sonstigen Leistungen KIM von TRUMP erwartet, damit er auch nur eine kleine eigene Bewegung macht – man könne sich ja erneut zu Verhandlungen treffen. Eine Einladung an KIM nach USA hat es ja ohnehin gegeben.

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Da freuen sich nun auch alle TRUMP-Wähler, sollte KIM mal wieder vorbeischauen.

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theguardian.uk schreibt dazu am 8. Juli 2018:

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„North Korea accuses US of ‚gangster-like‘ behaviour after Pompeo talks

Pompeo responds that if US is a gangster, so is the whole world, as it also wants North Korea to dismantle nuclear weapons.

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Disarmament talks between the US and North Korea ended in Pyongyang on Saturday with the North Korean regime accusing Washington of a “gangster-like mindset” and warning of “yet another tragedy” if negotiations collapse.

The US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, world, as it had the same demand that North Korea dismantle its nuclear weapons programme.

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He insisted sanctions would remain in place until Pyongyang completed disarmament.

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Pyongyang, however, made clear it had no intention of carrying out the comprehensive unilateral disarmament Donald Trump has claimed was the outcome of his 12 June summit in Singapore with the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un.

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In rebuffing the US approach to talks, the regime laid out its most detailed negotiating position to date, suggesting confidence-building measures each side could take, including a proposal to freeze production of intercontinental ballistic missiles and a call for a formal declaration ending the Korean war of 65 years ago.

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Mike Pompeo holds nuclear talks with North Korean officials in Pyongyang

A long detailed statement from the North Korean foreign ministry on Saturday gave an assessment of the past two days of talks between US and North Korean delegations in Pyongyang, describing them as “regrettable”. The statement flatly contradicted the upbeat assessment from Pompeo, who headed the US delegation.

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On leaving Pyongyang for Tokyo, Pompeo had said the two delegations had made progress on “almost all the central issues” and that on some issues there was “a great deal of progress”. Speaking later in Tokyo alongside Japanese and South Korean foreign ministers, Pompeo insisted the Pyongyang regime had accepted it would have to dismantle its nuclear weapons programme entirely.

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From weapons systems, to fissile material, to production facilities, it’s a broad definition of denuclearisation and they have not challenged that,” he said.

Asked how he could think the North Koreans had been negotiating in good faith, Pompeo replied “Because they were.”

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The North Korean foreign ministry statement, by contrast, adopted a wounded tone, saying hopes of progress raised by the Singapore summit between Kim Jong-un and Trump, had been dashed by the one-sided approach taken by Pompeo’s delegation.

In particular, the statement to took the Americans to task for insisting on complete, verifiable, irreversible disarmament (CVID)….“

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ALLES KLAR?

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Derart plump mit FAKE und Fälschung hantieren und dann nicht zu merken, dass inzwischen keiner mehr lachen kann, finden auch TRUMPS WÄHLEr nicht berauschend. Doch um den TWITTER-Rausch geht es doch längst. Man erlebt, dass FAKE und BULLSHIT verschieden ankommt.

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