Friday, September 09, 2005

The Decline

Chosun Sep.9,2005.
North Korea has said it will no longer accept food aid from the international community and has demanded that the UN World Food Program shut its Pyongyang office and withdraw its monitors.

As far as the nuclear issue is concerned,I feel a news item as BAD as this deserves special attention.

It appears that a country where every grain of rice is precious is turning up its nose at international aid because the scale of aid is growing smaller even as monitoring has grown stricter...

The reality is, only a small minority will care...
I'm one of them.

A Choice

WASHINGTON (Reuters) Fri Sep 9, 2005 - Fuel-starved North Korea could be hooked up to South Korea's electrical grid within three years if it agreed to abandon its nuclear ambitions, chief U.S. negotiator Christopher Hill said on Friday.
It seems as though North Korea has a simple choice to make for it's energy NEEDS; expensive and radioactive nuclear power, or CHEAP South Korean juice...
Anyone a gambler like me? I bet Kim will go (with) nuclear.

Thursday, September 08, 2005


NKzone is fuckin' CRANKIN' it...

Apparently, North Korea is offering to return the captured American spy ship the USS Pueblo in return for a visit to Pyongyang by the Secretary of State:

By Barry Briggs.

The work begins...

Well, Jay has had a rough start to the job, but it looks like he just might pitch a Good hardball after all...
By Barry Schweid, AP Diplomatic Writer September 8, 2005
WASHINGTON --President Bush's newly appointed envoy on human rights abuses in North Korea suggested Thursday that U.S. food aid might be linked to liberating political prisoners.
Despite sharp differences with the insular Pyongyang regime, the Bush administration has provided tons of American food to hungry people in North Korea on humanitarian grounds.
In announcing donation of more than 55,000 tons of food last June, a State Department spokesman, for instance, said "our decisions are made on humanitarian considerations solely." Decisions are made for various reasons. Why does this report allude to a previous and obvious statement?
But Jay Lefkowitz, the new envoy, suggested Thursday at a news conference that approach might be changing. "I think consistent with what the president's overall approach is on human rights, and bringing North Korea directly into the community of nations, we have to take a look at all different areas of our relationship."
Translation(for leftist brainwaves)... "What we have been doing IS NOT FUCKING WORKING! It is time to try something else."
Asked if he meant on his second day on the job to be suggesting North Korea's human rights record be made a condition of receiving food aid, Lefkowitz replied: "I think we need to take a look at the entire relationship."
This is a non-answer. This is a concocted story.
Later, however, State Department spokesman Tom Casey said, "U.S. policy on food aid has not changed.""We do not use food aid as a weapon. Decisions on such assistance are based on need and our ability to ensure that food will reach those for whom it is intended," Casey said.
This is a direct answer. This report does not have any quote or anything of substance pertaining to a link between aid and releasing prisoners. Great idea anyway, and I hope it was Jay's.
Fortunately, there IS a story to be told here, and it is one that needs to be told. It is the story of THIS quote... and it speaks for itself.
"I want to be clear," Lefkowitz said. "What we are looking at is a very, very tough issue, at a tough set of issues. And I think we need to be willing to look at all different aspects of our relationship with North Korea, and our allies' relationship with North Korea, because the one thing that we know is the situation for more than 20 million North Koreans is really intolerable."

Wednesday, September 07, 2005

NOW I'm mad...

Pyongyang, September 6 (KCNA) -- The Koreans regard the independent right of the country and their interests as their life and soul and it is their characteristic feature to protect them to the last How DOES a "PEACEFUL" nuclear energy program "PROTECT" anyone or anything?. So nobody should expect the DPRK to waive its right to peaceful nuclear activity Rodong Sinmun Tuesday says this in a commentary. The news "analyst" goes on: why is it always reported "it goes on" INSIDE every "report"?

At the first-phase of the 4th ahhh just 4 eh six-party talks, the U.S. was adamant in insisting that the DPRK totally give up all its nuclear activities including the use of nuclear energy for a peaceful purpose, to say nothing of its nuclear weapons program. That was unilateral and high-handed demand on which the latter can neither make any compromise nor accept. A complete removal of the U.S. nuclear threat to the DPRK and whatever "threat" they pose to the rest of the world, apparently its drop of hostile policy aimed at stifling the latter would automatically lead to lifting its measures taken to bolster the nuclear deterrence for self-defense to say NOTHING of the DPRK's domestic political "policy". The DPRK's nuclear activity for a peaceful purpose is one of key economic sectors which should be further developed as economy makes progress and the material and cultural demand of the people increases. The nuclear activity for a peaceful purpose is an exercise of a legitimate right enshrined in international law the same "enshrined" fucking LAW you assholes broke in 2002. Russia, China, Japan, the U.S. and south Korea, parties to the six-party talks except for the DPRK, massively produce and use AND NEED nuclear energies. This being a hard reality, the U.S. is faulting the DPRK's nuclear activity for a peaceful purpose though it is an exercise of its sovereign right and permitted by international law and leaves no stone unturned to stop it if under that "stone" of a peaceful energy program lies a nuclear weapon. The DPRK is neither a war criminal state no, just a nice brainwashing dictatorship... nor a defeated state North Korea is a DEFEATED STATE, in every single definition of the term and has not done anything harmful to others just yourself. For what reason should it abandon its right to peaceful nuclear activity? The country is run by an evil dictator, that can't be trusted with a nuclear program. The DPRK had built the nuclear power facilities for decades tightening its belts. It is unimaginable for the DPRK to dismantle its independent nuclear power industry built with so much effort, yielding to outsiders' pressure, without getting any proposal for compensating for the loss of nuclear energy. The DPRK will as ever make ceaseless peaceful nuclear activity for the economic construction and the improvement of the standard of people's living if only nuclear energy had the power to improve North Korea's political system. Consistent is the DPRK's stand to seek a negotiated solution to the nuclear issue and denuclearize the Korean Peninsula. If the U.S. tries to have its unreasonable demand met by coercion from the stand of strength in defiance of the principle of impartiality, the situation will only get further complicated, much less any successful progress at the six-party talks. The U.S. should acknowledge the DPRK's legitimate right to nuclear activity for a peaceful purpose and take an option to find a fair settlement of the nuclear issue. If America was not Righteous, they would just let Kim solidify the leadership of North Korea, with the ceaseless rule of a monarchist TYRANNT.

More Reason Needed?

Just think, there are actually people in America (and Canada) that are TRYING to tear down George W. Bush by pushing a political agenda... OVER A FUCKING CRISIS!!! Fuck them.

By Khalid Hasan: September 7, 2005
The North Korean government was accused here on Thursday of having placed roadblocks in the way of international efforts to feed the food-short people of that country.

JUST IMAGINE... if something that occurred in the States that even REMOTELY resembled this work of evil. All of the wasted time and effort, and most importantly, political capital. In fact, more political capital was spent by America's left in few days of Katrina's aftermath than was spent on Cindy Sheehan and John Roberts COMBINED! A waste that could have been used on...

The North Korean famine of the 1990s, the report pointed out, ranks as one of the most devastating of the century and certainly the worst of the last 20 years.

While all of you misguided lefties try and push your anti-Bush agenda, please keep in mind that UNLIKE the "Democratic" "People's" Republic" of Korea, a change of power is scheduled for Jan 2009. In 40 months, George W. Bush will step down from command and into the history books as one of the greatest American Presidents EVER! All the cryin' and bitching has no chance of changing it. Will North Korean society be changed by then?

North Korea's tradedy could only have occurred in a system in which the political leadership was insulated from events on the ground and shielded from political competition and freedom of association and speech, said the report. It called for the improvement of human and civil rights, the loosening of controls on the press and freedom to have a genuine civil society to flourish. Citizens, it recommended, should be given secure property rights and the freedom to trade and engage in private production without fear of retribution or confiscation.

I really hope something "changes" drastically for North Korea. Soon.

All of you liberal pussy crysalots go BACK to hating George W. Bush now...

UPDATE: Unfortunatly, no one needs to "imagine" what would happen if Americans blocked food aid. What a shitty situation. This is where the shit RACKERS are handy.

In reality, there ALSO is no comparison to the two situations in ANY way...

Tuesday, September 06, 2005

Kumgang Girlys!

Chosun Sept 6, 2005
The Korean LPGA will hold one of its regular tournaments in North Korea for the first time next year. Perhaps one day there will be regular LPGA tour events held at the Mount Kumgang Golf Course...

Wait a minute... There's a catch!?!?
North Korean authorities have yet to approve the women's event.

Fucken SHIT man...

Monday, September 05, 2005

The Red Hack Returns

U.S. Forces Urged to Withdraw from S. Korea
Pyongyang, September 4, 2005 (KCNA) -- Alejandro Cao De Benos, chairman of the Association for Friendship with the Korean People IS THAT ALL? Whoa. Considering the dude holds such high esteem in North Korean Society, you think most of his 53 titles would be longer than that which has its branches in at least 90 countries, issued a statement titled "The U.S. should withdraw its aggression troops and lethal weapons from south Korea at once" on August 29, 60 years after the U.S. forces' occupation of south Korea. The 60-year history of the U.S. military occupation of south Korea is a history of disasters for North Korea, which has little to do with America. which arrested the genuine socio-political development of south no NORTH Korea and brought all misfortunes and sufferings to the south(North) Korean people and a history of crimes which blocked the unified development of the Korean nation and gravely threatened peace and security on the Korean Peninsula, the statement said, and went on: uh huuu... We extend firm support and solidarity to the Anti-Imperialist National Democratic Front and the south Korean people in their struggle for independence against the U.S. and for national reunification and strongly demand once again that the U.S. withdraw all its aggression forces and war hardware from south Korea without delay.
I should have titled the post "War Hardware". That IS what America brings to the table Benos. Other than this shit... what the FUCK do you bring?