Friday, January 27, 2006

The current straw...

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President George W. Bush vowed on Thursday to uphold U.S. law and continue a crackdown on North Korea for counterfeiting American dollar bills.
"There is no compromise ... We are going to uphold the law and protect the currency of the American people," he told a White House news conference.

I really don't see any reduction of North Korean counterfeiting without a revolution. The D.P.R.K isn't about to give up one of it's most lucrative "practices" easily...

Fearing the false.

Friday, January 27, 2006
BEIJING (Reuters) - North Korea has denied a report that a woman in its capital Pyongyang became infected with bird flu and said it had had no outbreaks of the disease, the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization said on Friday.

The D.P.R.K denies North Korea has any prostitution, AIDS, crime, poverty, dispair, or a nuclear weapon program.
Bird flu ain't gonna be an exception...

Thursday, January 26, 2006

Weird gallery...

Look at the intensity of his glare at the girl. Creepy and weird enough?

Traffic Warrden has an image gallery of Dear Leader's trip to China, right off the wire: Post1 Post2 Post3 The K.C.N.A was kind enough to "bless" North Koreans with recent pictures of Kim Jong Il.

Standard press release.

Paek Nam Sun Meets Malaysian Ambassador
Pyongyang, January 26, 2006 (KCNA) Foreign Minister Paek Nam Sun today met and conversed with outgoing Malaysian Ambassador MD.Yusoff Bin MD.Zain.

Do you ever get the impression North Koreans yearn for information just a liiiiittle more detailed?

Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Back in the old days...

U.S. and S. Korean Warhawks' Moves for War against DPRK Flayed

Pyongyang, January 25, 2006 (KCNA) -- Rodong Sinmun today in a signed commentary denounces the U.S. imperialists and the south Korean warhawks for becoming evermore undisguised in their moves for a war of aggression against the evil of the DPRK. Some days ago Jan 5, 2006 U.S. Secretary of State Rice described the DPRK as a "dangerous regime" and blustered that the (understatement alert) U.S. has substantial deterrent against it. U.S. Ambassador in Seoul Bershbow openly made remarks threatening and blackmailing the DPRK. The warmongers of the south Korean military, at the instigation of their American master, allied partner, defender, are busy developing and introducing latest war hardware,
while talking about "sort of capacity of independently executing a war" and "acquisition of combat power for deterring the north". Go back to China and cry about it again... The commentary terms the above-said moves unpardonable criminal acts to throw hurdles in the way of finding a peaceful solution to the nuclear issue between the DPRK and the U.S., by means of a violent coup to deescalate confrontation and tensions on the Korean Peninsula and unleash a nuclear war against the DPRK at any cost. The commentary goes on like the terrifing fear of nuclear war: The Bush group uttered that the U.S. is not hostile to north Korea but respects its sovereignty. But it, in actuality, has made careful preparations in all aspects to mount military attacks on the DPRK anytime A.K.A deterence. The outcries let loose by the U.S. trigger-happy circles are little short of declaring that the U.S. has already completed the preparations for a preemptive nuclear attack on the DPRK. A.K.A vigilant deterence.
A war may break out on the Korean Peninsula any moment. I guess the Cold War really does still exist for North Korea. The U.S. imperialists will not escape the fate of the forlorn wandering spirit should they dare ignite a war on this land and invade even an inch of the sky, land and sea of the DPRK. The south Korean warhawks should bear in mind that their "cooperation" with the U.S. in its moves for a war of aggression against the DPRK, quite contrary to the aspiration of the nation and the trend of the times, would only bring miserable self-destruction. Yuuuup, just another day another bombshelter drill for average North Koreans...

Data transfer

Stars and Stripes
Wednesday, January 25, 2006 SEOUL — An American intelligence agency will provide South Korea with updated satellite data about North Korea to improve the southern country’s air strike capability, according to a spokesman from the South Korean Army.
U.S National Geospatial Intelligence Agency will provide the digital maps and video images, which will help South Korean cruise missiles fly close to the ground to avoid radar detection. It isn’t clear when the satellite data will be exchanged. Similar information held by South Korea has not been updated since 1993.