North Korean leader Kim Jong Un began the long process of “erasing” anti-American propaganda throughout his country this week; removing posters, advertisements, and souvenirs depicting the destruction of US cities and soldiers.
According to Fox News, the sudden disappearance of the once-infamous propaganda pieces are being replaced by posters promoting the “reunification” of the Korean peninsula and a “peaceful relationship” with their neighbors to the south.
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Kim’s decision to tone-down the harsh rhetoric against the West comes as his government and the Trump administration forge ahead with future peace talks, with each side pledging to completely denuclearize the Korean peninsula.