(PatrioticPost.com)- Despite President Donald Trump’s best efforts to negotiate with murderous communist dictator Kim Jong-un, the country remains hostile to its neighbors in the south. Ever since Kim Jong-un emerged back in the public eye after a mysterious hospital visit earlier this year, that tension has continued rising and on Monday, South Korea’s daily call to the jointly-run liaison office located in the north wasn’t answered for the very first time.
The calls between the two nations have maintained at least some level of peace, despite decades of tension. Just days before the call was rejected, Kim Yo-jong, who is the sister of Kim Jong-un and a high-ranking official in the communist dictatorship, threatened that the liaison office would be completely closed. Yo-jong recently assumed new power, having been put in charge of relations and communications with South Korea.
That kind of flies in the face of the weird admiration that feminists and Democrats have of the woman. Ever since it was announced that Kim Jong-un has been suffering from medical conditions, Democrats have pondered whether his sister may be the rational leader the country needs to finally escape dictatorship. This news shows that definitely isn’t the case.
The inter-Korean liaison office was initially set up in 2018 as part of a new agreement signed by Kim Jong-un and South Korean leader Moon Jae-in. It was created with the intention of increasing communication and reducing tension, but it appears to have broken down.
For 21 months, two phone calls were made between the country every day, the first at 09:00 and the second at 17:00. These phone calls took place every day without fail until Monday.
A government spokesperson said on Monday morning that they would “attempt to call again” in the afternoon as planned.
Kim Yo-jong’s recent threat to close down the office came as part of a threat designed to stop South Korea from allowing defector groups in its country to continue sending leaflets to North Korea. The campaign is part of an effort by South Korean citizens to inform the people of North Korea that they are being lied to by their government. Kim Yo-jong told the South that the leafleting campaign was an act of hostility and breached the peace agreements that were signed in 2018.