North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un rides a white horse on Mt. Paektu (aka Baekdu), the holy mountain of his grandfather Kim Il-Sung, in advance of “a great operation to strike the world with wonder again and make a step forward in the Korean revolution,” according to official news coverage. Is Mr. Kim seeking the imprimatur of his demigod ancestors with this symbolic action to prepare his people for a sweeping deal with President Donald Trump on nuclear weapons? Or is he merely staging a commercial for North Korean Old Spice: “Ladies…I’m on a horse.”
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