Thursday, March 1

North Korea promises to end nuclear weapons

Two months after succeeding his father in guiding the destiny of North Korea, Kim Jong-un has ensured that his country will disarm in exchange for food. Good news, which were welcomed around the world, except for restaurant owners. They fear that their clients will now eat without pay, as they will instead compromise not to blow up the house. The young, well-fed leader demonstrates that making decisions with your stomach is not always synonymous of selfishness and may instead be a remarkable act of generosity.
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