High-level sources told Infowars months ago that North Korea would meet with the South to negotiate peace on the peninsula.
Additionally, the sources said the North and South had already agreed to the framework of the talks as spearheaded by President Trump, which includes disarmament, an official end to the Korean War and perhaps even reunification of the two countries.
Kim Jong-un became the first North Korean leader in 65 years to visit the South when stepped across the border to meet South Korean President Moon Jae-in for a peace summit.
“It comes following a year in which North Korea, the South and the US traded increasingly bellicose rhetoric about nuclear war amid a series of atomic tests by Kim’s regime, but then dramatically softened their stances in the last few months,” the Daily Mail reported. “The leaders kept up their friendly demeanor even during the official talks inside the Peace House pavilion, with Kim joking to Moon that he would ‘stop interrupting his sleep’ with constant missile tests.”