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Bibi1581 Blog For 05/27/2018: Morning Edition

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1…………> I Ain’t Sure: Comrade Un

The North Korean leader wants a “successful” summit with the U.S. president next month, but Comrade Kim Jong-un is yet to be convinced he can actually trust Washington to hold up any potential agreement, the South Korean president Moon Jae-in remarked at a briefing following surprise border talks with Kim a day earlier, their second meeting in a month but only the fourth ever inter-Korean summit since 2000.

“Chairman Kim Jong-un once again clearly affirmed that his commitment to complete denuclearization remains firm yesterday. What remains uncertain to Chairman Kim Jong-un is whether he can trust the U.S. promise to end their hostile relationship and guarantee North Korea’s security once the North denuclearizes,” Moon said in comments carried by Yonhap News Agency.

“I believe whether the June 12 North Korea-U.S. summit will be disrupted or succeed depends on how successfully [the North and the U.S.] complete their working-level negotiations,” Mr. Moon was quoted as saying.






2…………..> Ottoman Cultural Treasures: Russian Library


 The Russian State Library, founded in 1728, is the biggest library in continental Europe, holding 47 million literary works in 367 languages. Among famous readers who made use of the library’s vast collections were writers Fyodor Dostoyevsky and Leo Tolstoy, Russian emperors and politicians, including Vladimir Lenin.
Library’s Center of Eastern Literature has the largest collection of Ottoman-era books and other printed materials in the Turkish language in Europe and Russia, totalling around 35,000, according to a library official.


“A total of 13,000 items are modern Turkish books, magazines, newspapers and other printed materials, items of the Republic of Turkey, as we call them. The rest of collection are items in the old Ottoman language, and among them is a collection of first-printed books issued by Ibrahim Muteferrika Printing House; we have 16 of the 17 first prints [of this collection],”  Library director Marina Melanyina said.




3…………> A Moonwalker: Alan Bean

“As all great explorers are, Alan was a boundary pusher. We will remember him fondly as the great explorer who reached out to embrace the universe,” NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said in a statement about a man who took part in 11 world records in the areas of space and aeronautics, and with whose passing, only four of the twelve men who have walked on the moon are still alive – Buzz Aldrin, Dave Scott, Charlie Duke and Harrison Schmitt.

Alan Bean has died at the age of 86 after a brief illness, a man destined to be the fourth man to walk on the moon, completing two moonwalks in November 1969 with the Apollo 12 mission.


4…………> Bethpage Airshow: New York

Aircraft of United States Navy Blue Angels perform during the 15th annual Bethpage Air Show over Jones Beach in New York, the United States,


5…………> Short-Sighted Policies: US vs Turkey

Under the inept leadership of our 1st Muslim President, Grand Ayatollah Brack Obama, CIA bankrolled and supported FETO terrorists attempt to overthrow and assassinate Turkey’s President Erdogan, de-facto destroying the eastern flank of NATO and throwing a long-term friend and supporter of US in the waiting arms of Comrade Putin.

In continuation of this incredible stupidity, the State Department is threatening sanctions against Turkey for purchasing the Russian S-400 anti-missile systems
by restricting delivery of the F35 stealth fighter. The response? Ankara is likely to buy Russian Su-57 fighter jets if Washington decides to suspend the delivery of F-35 jets in response to the purchase of Russian S-400. 
Translation? As on many other occasions in the past, US is doing everything possible to fill-up Comrade Putin’s coffers with fresh cash by putting its nose in other people’s business, instead of simply sell weapons and collect the cash we badly need in America.
With friends like US State Department, who needs enemies?



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