Saturday, November 12, 2005

They SHOULD be scared...

U.S. Exercises for Preemptive Aerial Nuclear Attack on DPRK under Fire

Pyongyang, November 11, 2005 (KCNA) -- The U.S. imperialist aggressors are now getting more frantic in their preparations for a preemptive nuclear attack on the DPRK, Frantic? Preemptive? The county's defence would be gone in ten minutes if the U.S military ever decided it... according to a military source. They let Guam-based "B-1B" strategic bombers fly in the air above Wonju and Thaebaek on Nov. 9 and 10 for madcap bombing exercises under the simulated conditions of preemptive nuclear attacks on the DPRK. On Nov. 8 their Guam-based "B-1B" strategic bomber made a shuttle flight in the air above Yongdong and Kongju to get familiar with long-distance navigation and terrain conditions. Such exercises staged for preemptive nuclear attacks with overseas-based strategic bombers involved clearly indicate that they are becoming more undisguised in their nuclear threat to the DPRK behind the scene of the six-party talks.
Why a "preemptive nuclear attack"? In the event of a war, the B-1B would have fun target practice with North Korea's military hardware, using only conventional weapons...

Friday, November 11, 2005

A Hunter To Remember

The most fitting tribute I can give on this blog is to one of the greatest Canadian war heroes, who ever served admirably in the Korean War. His name is Tommy Prince, and if you are Canadian and have never heard of him, I suggest you continue reading...
First Nations Drum: The wartime experience of Sergeant Tommy Prince is the stuff of legend. He was a quiet ordinary man who had greatness thrust upon him by the force of one of the greatest conflicts in the history of Western civilization. It's as if he was born and bred for one great task and then cast aside by the very society he fought for. He was a true son of his people and a great warrior.

Native Canadians have hunting so deeply ingrained in their culture, they make for much better than average soldiers(particularly Recon soldiers, like Prince was).

Veterans Affairs Canada Three of the 11 medals Tommy Prince earned during his military career - the Korea Medal, the United Nations Service Medal and the Canadian Volunteer Service Medal for Korea - were for service during the U.N. operations in Korea. In August 1950, one week after the government announced its decision to form the Special Force, 34-year-old Tom Prince volunteered. He joined the 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI), the first Canadian Army unit to arrive in the region. Prince was in action quickly. In February 1951, the Patricias joined the 27th Commonwealth Brigade on the battlefield. Soon after arriving in the war zone, the sergeant, who was second in command of a rifle platoon, led an evening "snatch patrol" of eight men into an enemy camp. The raid was a success; the group returned before dawn with two captured machine-guns. More raids followed. However, according to the authors of a biography of Prince, he was eventually assigned fewer patrols, because his commanding officer thought Prince took too many chances that might risk the lives of the soldiers under his command.

I like that line the best. The man was scared of nothing, and was born to kick some communist ass.

From a B.C essay, In November 1952, the training of 3rd Battalion PPCLI in Korea, was interrupted by fighting on "the Hook", a key position west of the Sami-chon River that overlooked much of the rear areas of the U.N. forces. When a Chinese battalion gained a foothold on the forward positions of another U.N. unit on November 18, the 3rd PPCLI was ordered to help defend the sector. By dawn of the 19th, the U.N. unit, with assistance from the Patricias, had recaptured the post. Five Patricias were killed on the Hook and nine were wounded, Sergeant Prince sustained a leg injury.

NothernBlue: A quote from Tommy Prince... "All my life I had wanted to do something to help my people recover their good name. I wanted to show they were as good as any white man."

You showed us you were better than most...

Thursday, November 10, 2005

Camp 22

42d26'49.24"N, 129d44'09.63"E for GoolgEartHeads...
The Guardian has posted a strange tale of evil. H/T to Kate Mcmillan of SmallDeadAnimals. It is "Iron"ic that stories such as this surface, as it seems nobody is really supposed to care about what happens to people in North Korea, that the government does not like. Can anybody NOT think that the D.P.R.K is running a massive prison apparatus? You can't have a State, run on fear, if there is nothing to be scared of! Here's a comment from Kate's site that has put it all in perspective...

Posted by Jon at November 10, 2005 06:44 PM

It's ironic that he mentions the Holocaust, the horrors of which were really only discovered and publicized after liberation by the Allies. Until then, they were known mostly as rumors.
If it wasn't for the sacrifice of our veterans, the Nazis may have succeeded and history would have been rewritten to remove any such memories.

God bless our veterans. Never forget.


BEIJING (AP) November 10, 2005
The United States and South Korea pressed North Korea on Thursday to suspend its nuclear program while a U.S. envoy to disarmament talks here accused the North of continuing to operate a plutonium-producing reactor. "The continued" operation "of nuclear facilities has to be suspended," the South Korean deputy foreign minister, Song Min Soon, said on the second day of six-party talks about demands that the North end its nuclear programs. The U.S. envoy, Christopher Hill, accused the North of continuing to operate a reactor at Yongbyon that produces plutonium, a fuel for bombs, despite a Sept. 19 "pledge" to give up nuclear development."Every day that goes on, the amount of plutonium theoretically can increase, so that's our concern," Hill, an assistant secretary of state, said late Wednesday. "That means that we have a bigger problem than when we ended on Sept. 19. And I think the time to stop reprocessing, the time to stop that reactor, is now." BEIJING Nov 10, 2005 (AP) — Talks on North Korea's nuclear programs turned sour Thursday as Pyongyang demanded that Washington lift sanctions against firms suspected of weapons proliferation and stop accusing the North of counterfeiting U.S. money, news reports said. North Korean delegates accused the United States of undermining a September agreement in which Pyongyang pledged to disarm in exchange for aid and security guarantees, the South's Yonhap news agency reported, citing unidentified officials.

Talk is talk. If North Korea is serious about peace, they will give in to American demands. If they want to continue talks(again), while doing whatever the fuck they want(like they always do)... America will respond. IN KIND!

Wednesday, November 09, 2005


It official, North Koreans ARE informed of the internet. To bad none of them are using it...

Special Write-ups Posted on U.S. Internet Homepage
Pyongyang, November 8, 2005 (KCNA) -- The U.S. Group for the Study of Songun Politics posted a special write-up on its internet homepage "
Room for the study of red sun under militant socialism of Juche" on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Workers' Party of Korea. The homepage carried portraits of the three generals of Mt. Paektu and photos showing the revolutionary activities of the peerlessly great men and great woman including a photo of President Kim Il Sung standing on Mt. Paektu together with leader Kim Jong Il. Notice how pictures of Kim Jong Il and Kim Il Sung are the most important factors... It edited instructions given by Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il on thoroughly establishing Juche in the revolution and construction, adhering to independence, intensifying the struggle against
imperialism and the U.S., as usualconsolidating the national defense capability and waging a staunch struggle against modern revisionism and other materials. It also carried aphorisms of Kim Jong Il on the revolutionary view on the leader, philosophy, viewpoint and attitude toward the people and the role of ideology, etc, under the title "Aphorisms reflecting the "brilliant wisdom" of the "respected" general Kim Jong Il."


NOVEMBER 10, 2005
by Seung-Ryun Kim
U.S. President George W. Bush emphasized on November 8, “North Korea should make an effort to turn its diplomatic rhetoric into reality.” President Bush held an interview with the Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) that day at the White House before attending the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Busan. He said in the interview, “There has been progress in the six-party talks, but it is time to take action rather than rhetoric to resolve the North Korean nuclear issue.”
The president’s remark reaffirmed Washington’s North Korea policy: “Pyongyang should make clear its will to renounce nuclear programs with concrete actions.” Pyongyang declared its willingness to give up nuclear programs in the agreement reached at the fourth round of the six-party talks, but it has made remarks contrary to the declaration, saying, “We cannot give them up before receiving a light water reactor.”

Are any of you dumbass LOONleftICS following this? A North Korea free of nuclear weapons technology... Trumps all other issues. Including the D.P.R.K's right to nuclear energy.

It trumps the need for peace also.

Unspoken Good

WASHINGTON (Yonhap) U.S. President George W. Bush urged Asian nations to put their past behind them to overcome the tension standing in the way of what he sees as an optimistic future for the region."I think one of the useful roles for me would be to paint, to talk about the future and talk about how optimistic the future can be, particularly as nations are able to work out past differences and focus on the future," Bush said in an interview Tuesday with Asian journalists stationed here...

This is about as Good as advice gets for the K.C.N.A, and it's not any that will be taken...

...On the North Korean nuclear issue, Bush stressed the U.S. interest in denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula and that diplomatic efforts will continue for that "noble" goal.
"We've made some progress where we declared that is our intention to work with the North Koreans to see to it that they dismantle their nuclear weapons program in a verifiable fashion. And so the dialogue will continue as to how to achieve this goal, Bush said.

Well, not backing down from D.P.R.K is a start in achieving "this goal". American Intelligence in North Korea is terribly necessary, as North Korea needs nuclear weapons as bad as Canada does. It's nuclear energy programs ARE needed, however, and I have a hard time seeing them stopped. If Kim Jong Il wants to play "chicken" against the will of the American people in declaring North Korea is safe from nuclear proliferation, I advise him to take Saddam Hussein's "advice".

Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Pointless talk...

By Glenn Kessler
Washington Post Staff Writer
Wednesday, November 9, 2005
North Korea has said it plans to finish building a 50-megawatt nuclear reactor in as little as two years, allowing it to produce enough weapons-grade plutonium for 10 weapons annually, according to the first public report of an unofficial U.S. delegation that visited Pyongyang in August. The new reactor would represent a tenfold leap in North Korea's ability to produce fuel for nuclear weapons, which could give it significant leverage in talks aimed at dismantling its nuclear programs. North Korea tentatively agreed in September to "abandon" its programs, but the talks -- which resume today in Beijing -- must still resolve how quickly Pyongyang gives up its weapons and what types of incentives it will receive.

The Eye's perception of events. Why would the D.P.R.K expend it's scarce resources towards building a nuclear reactor they KNOW will have to be scrapped in any six-party deal? They blame George W. Bush for "violating the trust of the six-party talks"...

Stay tuned for an original image.

A REAL complaint...

Spokesman for DPRK FM. Refutes U.S. Chief Executive's Anti-DPRK Vituperation
Pyongyang, November 8, 2005 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the DPRK Foreign Ministry Tuesday gave the following answer to a question put by KCNA as regards the report that recently the U.S. chief executive again hurled mud at the supreme headquarters of the DPRK:Interesting verb and adjective...
According to foreign press reports, In case you are curious as to how(often) the K.C.N.A uses these elusive "foreign press reports"... Ask Stalin.
on Nov. 6 Bush, revealing again his inveterate rejection of the DPRK during his tour of Brazil, malignantly slandered our supreme headquarters with such unspeakable vituperation(new and more common noun needed) as "tyrant" and the like like I said... If this is true, it is... what he uttered is a blatant violation of the spirit of the joint statement of the six-party talks which calls for "respect for sovereignty" and "peaceful co-existence." It is hard to discern whether Bush is aware of the content of the joint statement or he intentionally pretends to be ignorant of it. However, what is clear is that he does not know about the trend of the times at all. Neither did Saddam. These remarks made by the U.S. chief executive against the backdrop of his administration's intensified moves for economic and financial sanctions against us quite contrary to the spirit of the joint statement arouse our serious concern about the prospect of implementing the joint statement and deprive us of any trust in the negotiators of the U.S. side to the six-party talks who claim to be have been mandated by him. So North Korea will be backing out of international obligations regarding nuclear proliferation. Again.

We will never pardon whoever dares speak ill of our supreme headquarters in any case. I guess I had better not plan a trip to Pyongyang. Funny, I don't ever remember Bush using language like that regarding any of the millions of people that "DARE SPEAK "Il"l" of him...
Bush will never pardon evil.

Back at ya...

President Bush mentioned “a tyrant” again saying, “In democratic countries, the weak also have the right and can express their opinions through the process of lawmaking. However, in autocratic countries, there are no rights without supporting the tyrant.” Here's the rest.

President Bush needs to keep talking about the problem. Since Kim Jong Il took power, the only U.S foreign policy that has actually affected North Korea, is Clinton's appeasement framework. This fact does not stop the K.C.N.A from spitting hatred against the United States in much of it's State-forced media. It's time to give them something to complain about.

Sunday, November 06, 2005

The Brave don't fallback.

Pullback of "Jaitun" Unit Urged
Pyongyang, November 6, 2005 (KCNA) -- The People's Action for Opposing Dispatch of Troops to Iraq in south Korea reportedly called a press conference on Nov. 2 to urge the authorities to stop the plan for extending the dispatch of troops to Iraq and withdraw the "Jaitun" unit. The unit that would be called upon first to liberate North Korea. Ri Kyu Jae, chairman of the South Headquarters of the National Alliance for the Country's Reunification, addressing the press conference, said that cooperation with the U.S. in its Iraqi war of aggressive liberation obtained only the resistance of Arabians and the threat of terrorism, like every other fucking day in the Middle East. and urged the authorities to stop planning to extend the troop dispatch contrary to the interests of the people and withdraw the unit from Iraq. The South Korean army are not cowards. Why would they leave? At the press conference an open letter to the south Korean authorities was read out. The letter demanded that the authorities halt news blackout, like the "news blackout" the North Korean "authorities" have been imposing for 60 years????? and hide and distortion of information and open to the public the true data. Bear witness to thy blatant evil hypocrisy!
It urged the National Assembly to hold a people's debate on the pullback of the "Jaitun" unit. Perhaps the D.P.R.K will be giving an unconditional offer soon, based on that demand alone... :)

God speed Goodspeed

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CanWest News Service
Sunday, November 06, 2005

fU.Kin' disturbing...

Someone from the U.K has decided to enlighten us...

bollocks. What the fuck does THAT mean, wanker? the south has much more arable land than the north. thats one of the main reasons why north korea starves
Nov 6, 2005 12:32 PM MST

Open thread here folks. I wonder if Mr "?" has ever pondered what would happen to North Korean citizens if they had to endure -40(Celsius OR Fahrenheit) weather, like us in Northern Alberta do every winter. How's THAT for "arable" land? Are we able to feed ourselves? North Korea and Canada have similar populations...