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private-highly paid-speech to Goldman Sachs
Hillary said, "We don't want a unified Korean peninsula". Is the "We" America? Is the "We" the NWO? Is the "We" the 1% she was speaking too? I have no idea.
MS. CLINTON: Well, I think their traditional policy has been close to what you've described. We don't want a unified Korean peninsula, because if there were one South Korea would be dominant for the obvious economic and political reasons.
We don't want the North Koreans to cause more trouble than the system can absorb. So we've got a pretty good thing going with the previous North Korean leaders. And then along comes the new young leader, and he proceeds to insult the Chinese. He refuses to accept delegations coming from them. He engages in all kinds of both public and private rhetoric, which seems to suggest that he is preparing himself to stand against not only the South Koreans and the Japanese and the Americans, but also the Chinese.
So the new leadership basically calls him on the carpet. And a high ranking North Korean military official has just finished a visit in Beijing and basically told: Cut it out. Just stop it. Who do you think you are? And you are
dependent on us, and you know it.
Trumps a nationalist, and it shows. If you want a real life example, Trump would rather hang out with a cool unified Korea. While Hillary would rather hang out with two people who she could control.
This really isn't a political opinion, it's pretty much political fact.