Dennis Rodman could save us all from Nuclear War

Aaron Brown
September 14, 2017

Amid escalating nuclear tensions, which, according to Russian President Vladimir Putin could cause a "planetary catastrophe", between the United States and North Korea, Dennis Rodman has offered a helping hand.

"To me, in person, without all the things that have gone on on TV and potentially a war or something like that, if you see him just sit at a table, he's just like everybody else".

Rodman, the former NBA star, has formed a friendship with North Korea leader Kim Jong Un, a major basketball fan, that dates back to 2013 when "The Worm" went to the hermit nation as part of a basketball exhibition.

'To me, I think if the President even tries to reach out to Kim, there's a great possibility that things could happen.

During an interview Wednesday on the "Good Morning Britain" program, the 56-year-old basketball star talked about going skiing with Kim, and of singing karaoke with the third-generation despot.

The former Chicago Bulls power forward said: "For me to go over there and see Kim as much as I have, I basically hang out with him all the time".

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The ex-Chicago Bulls star was speaking while North Korea continues to perform nuclear missile tests, prompting outrage and concern worldwide for its "reckless and risky behaviour".

Kim and Rodman have become good friends over the last four years.


"For some reason with North Korea we have a big issue", Rodman said. My whole mission and my whole goal was to go over and bring sports, to bring connection to North Korea.

"It's just amusing the fact that me saying something like that, and people say, 'oh my God, Dennis Rodman protecting the marshal of North Korea".

Rodman visits North Korea regularly and even meets Kim often during his sports promotion trips.

During an appearance on the British television show "Good Morning Britain" on Wednesday, the five-time National Basketball Association champion said that he's keen on trying to smoothen out things between the two nations, as transcribed by Adam K. Raymond of New York Magazine. I'm not defending him, I'm not defending the fact that what he does as far as his country and his leadership. In the past he met you, so our people all know you well.

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