Kim Jung Un Offers Nuclear Arms to Mexico

Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador  looks like he will be Mexico’s next president with backing from the Chairman of North Korea’s Communist Party

(TANEWS) Mexico City) Kim Sung Un, building on his successful meeting with the US President, may now be playing a role in Mexico’s election.

The opening  is a result of the new friendship between the Dear Leader and El Don, as the Mexicans call the US leader.

In the third debate between the Mexcian candidates, the establishment candidate, Jose Meade, defended current President Enrique Pena Nieto’s for inviting Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton to Mexico during the U.S. 2016 campaign.  Sadly for Senor Meade. now President Trump accepted the invitation and went on to demand that Mexico build Trump’s wall.  Now, with Trump’s friendship,  the Dear Leader of North Korea sees an opening.

TAN has learned that, quietly, the  Dear Leader contacted Meades’ major opponent, candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.  Senor Obrador is threatening to flood the US with immigrants.  Anticipating a tantrum from Trump, the Korean leader telephoned Senor Obrador and asked what the US would think if Korea exported its plutonium to Mexico.

Obrador, may have found the offer intriguing.  The former Mexico City mayor , has a 20 percentage point lead over his closest rival in opinion polls.  The radical leftist has said that, he would be quick to answer any insult from Trump. “If el Don makes an offensive tweet, I’m going to take responsibility for answering him,”.The Dallas Morning News writes, “At play is whether Mexico will discard the neoliberal economic model it has shared with the United States for more than 20 years, the same one that Trump now rails against and that the leading Mexican presidential candidate questions with ominous warnings. The model, framed around the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement, has served as a catalyst for deeper integration between the U.S. and Mexico, locking the two not just economically and culturally but also ushering in unprecedented cooperation on matters of security.”

The Korean Central News Agency celebrated the new role for North Korea.  The rare article on public policy said, “The Dear leader wants a friendly relationship with the government of the United States, not one of subordination,  but one built on the quality our new nuclear status deserves.”  Kim. KCNA said, told  Mayor Obrador that  “Mexico is a free country, it is a sovereign nation. You should not will not be subject to any foreign government.”

Ricardo Anaya, 39, who heads a right-left coalition and is Lopez Obrador’s closest challenger went further in encouraging a relationship with Kim.   The 30 year old crossed the stage to address  Lopez Obrador face-to-face . Senor Anaya said he would propose that Korea ask China to help Mexico, Canada and Central America to join in forming  an “alliance for progress” to promote peace and economic growth in the region.  Senor Anaya, an economists at the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana,  argued that Mexico’s manufacturing expertise needs to look to new markets.  “The potential of selling Mexican Volkswagen in North Korea may be a lot better as El Don threatens to place a 20% tariff on “foreign” cars made in Mexico.”

Independent Jaime “El Bronco” Rodriguez said of the United States that Mexico needs “to put them in their place.”


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