Saturday, February 18, 2006

Kang says...

a camp veteran - was the first to introduce me to the dish. Despite my revulsion, I couldn't resist the odour of grilled meat - which was not deceptive, because the rat was truly delicious.

Human Contribution

Foreign Figures Visit DPRK Embassies
Pyongyang, February 17, 2006 (KCNA) -- Leaders and representatives of the Workers' Party, the Socialist Party, the Communist Party (Marxist/Leninist of course), the National Socialist Party and other political parties that's a lot of fucking parties! under the Left Democratic Front Eh, at least these dudes CALL themselves "left"... of Bangladesh, the Malaysian vice-minister of Youth and Sports, the chairman of the Standing Committee of Science and Technology of the National Assembly of Thailand A.K.A The S.C.O.S.A.T.O.T.N.A.O.T, members of the Syrian People's Assembly who are also delegates of the Syria-Korea Friendship Parliamentary Group by coincidence and the vice-chairman and international secretary of the Central Committee of the Brazilian Communist Party paid congratulatory visits to the "relevant" DPRK embassies from Feb. 7 to 13 on the occasion of the birthday of leader Kim Jong Il. Representatives of foreign political parties and organizations and public figures laid floral baskets and bouquets before the portraits or statues of President Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il and made bows. The weapon or the tie? They highly praised the exploits of Kim Jong Il who is making immortal contributions to the Korean revolution and the human cause of independence under the banner of Songun and sincerely wished him good health and great success in his work. The exact opposite of what I wished for on Kim Jong Il's birthday...

Friday, February 17, 2006

Avoidance of the issue.

"The North Koreans are getting very little traction with other states with the argument that that's the reason they won't go back to six-party talks," Rice said.

I think Mrs. Rice is overestimating the value of "talk" with North Korea.

What in the FUCK will "talk" with North Korea produce NOW, that it DIDN'T in 1994?

If "talks" are successful, North Korean tyranny will be also, in my opinion.

It's time to drop the "talks", and topple the North Korean "government"... At any cost.

Thursday, February 16, 2006


By Sohn Kwang Ju Feb 16, 2006
Professor K told me an interesting story. Kim Il Sung used to have kidney problems. Although the exact illness he had is not known, Kim received an operation. After serious discussion by the doctors of the “Kim Il Sung Longevity Institute,” they concluded that it would be best for Kim to receive the operation in Hungary, the place known for the best kidney operations among Socialist countries.

Guess I'm not the only one wondering what all the blotches are about...

Kim Jong Il will not pursue liberalization and reformation by himself. Kim Jong Il will not be convinced by tricks or inducement. Rather, the most effective way would be to grasp Kim Jong Il’s neck and send the strong message that “if you do not liberalize, you cannot help but sit there and die.” That is the only way to save the 23 million North Korean people.

Banner Year II

Banner of Songun gives Kim Jong Il a birthday tribute, with a nutjob website, a hilarious gallery, and a classic Rob Pongi video... I'm sure the streets on Pyongyang are littered with KimJongIl"ia"...

Summed Equation

By Jon Herskovitz
After all, this is a man who pilots jet fighters -- even though he always travels by land for his infrequent trips abroad. He has penned operas, produced movies and accomplished a feat unmatched in the annals of professional golf by shooting 11 holes-in-one on the first round he ever played, according to official North Korean reports.

Yea, that's the thing about official North Korean "reports"... Ya never know what the fuck will be said next.

More to follow...

Gift to Kim Jong Il from Japanese
Pyongyang, February 14, 2006 (KCNA) -- Leader Kim Jong Il received a gift from the visiting Japanese delegation for the study of the Juche idea on the occasion of his birthday. The gift was handed to an official concerned by Etsuko Shimada, secretary general of the Kanagawa, Japan, Prefectural Society for the Study of Kim Jong Il's Works who is heading the delegation.
Tip of the iceburg folks. New State Secret Gifts are sure to be "reported" at 8:00pm mst. Stay tuned.

Day of auspiciousness...

Park Chan-Kyong Seoul, South Korea
16 February 2006
North Korea on Thursday marked the 64th birthday of leader Kim Jong-Il with a bout of sabre-rattling and a warning that a nuclear stand-off will never be settled unless Washington makes concessions. Pyongyang's state media said celebrations included exhibitions, performances, seminars, parades and a march to Mount Paikdu, considered the cradle of Korean civilisation and recognised in official propaganda as Kim's birthplace.
North Korean soldiers led by Defense Minister Kim Il-Chol danced at Pyongyang's Jonsung Square on Wednesday night, vowing to become human bullets and bombs for their leader, the official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said.

Expect more posts today...
There's a lot more evil propaganda to be released at 8:00pm mst...

Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Weak editorial...

Military Attaches Visit Revolutionary Museum
Pyongyang, February 14, 2006 (KCNA) -- The military attaches' corps here visited the Revolutionary Museum of the Ministry of the People's Armed Forces Monday on the occasion of the "auspicious" holiday of February. The corps went round historic relics on display, like most of North Korea's military infrastructure, being briefed on the fact that leader Kim Jong Il has strengthened the Korean People's Army into an invincible army with his extraordinary military intelligence and outstanding commanding art. Military Attache of the Cuban *snicker* embassy Giraldo Abreu Morales who is doyen of the corps extended congratulations to Supreme Commander Kim Jong Il on his birthday on behalf of the corps. The visit brought home to them the "validity" of the Songun policy of the DPRK, he said, stressing that Kim Jong Il has directed primary efforts to strengthening the People's Army despite difficulties. He expressed the belief that the army and people of the DPRK will successfully carry out the talks set forth in the joint New Year editorial under the wise leadership of Kim Jong Il. Yup. "Talks" are about all Kim Jong Il's leadership will bring.

Monday, February 13, 2006

Mountain of Secrecy

Study Tour of Native Home in Secret Camp on Mt. Paektu Samjiyon
February 10, 2006 (KCNA) -- School youth and children from across the country made a study tour of the old home of leader Kim Jong Il in the secret camp on Mt. Paektu on the occasion of the "auspicious" February holiday. Those poor kids had to take a field trip to learn how much they "love" "Dear Leader"... They left Hyesan on Feb. 4 and inspected the revolutionary battle sites and historic sites in the area of Mt. Paektu including Pochonbo, Phothae, Rimyongsu, Chong Hill and the secret camp on Mt. Paektu associated with the immortal traces of the three generals of Mt. Paektu till Feb. 9. During their tour they held a question-and-answer study contest, a prompt report publishing contest, a procession chorus contest of revolutionary songs Still not feeling sorry for these poor bored-ass kids??? and other political and cultural work to acquire the revolutionary history, greatness and undying exploits of the peerlessly great persons.
I can't imagine how bad THAT history class would be...
They arrived relieved in Samjiyon on Thursday and laid floral baskets and bouquets before the statue of President Kim Il Sung standing on the side of the Lake Samji before making a bow in humble reverence. They looked round the Samjiyon Grand Monument.
Some bronze statues and a courtyard. Seems like a lame monument to me...

Absence of responsibility...

KCNA Blasts U.S. Gimmick to Evade Responsibility for Deadlocked Talks
Pyongyang, February 11, 2006 (KCNA) -- The United States is now busy floating fictions of "smuggling of fake cigarettes" and "smuggling of drugs" in a bid to achieve a sinister purpose, not content with peddling the lie about "counterfeit notes." Shortly ago, a White House spokesman blustered that the U.S. would never tolerate north Korea's involvement in illegal activities, referring to the reports of American newspapers to the effect that "fake cigarettes" made in north Korea are on sale in American markets. Meanwhile, the U.S. secretary of defense said that the prospect of the resumption of the six-party talks remains gloomy because the DPRK is acting against all logic and sanity regarding the U.S. financial sanctions, uttering that counterfeit notes, drug smuggling and sale of missile technology are north Korea's main source of revenue. Uhhhh? Well? What the FUCK does North Korea export then?!?!? Underlying these outbursts is the U.S. foolish and mean awwww! attempt to tarnish the international image of the DPRK and shift the responsibility for the stalled six-party talks on to it at any cost. The responsibility for the six-party talks EXISTING is North Korea's... What the U.S. conservative hard-liners seek is to delay the six-party talks under any pretext, escalate the tension on the Korean Peninsula and thus draw water to its mill to meet its own political interests. If they wanted to "meet political interests", they would have gone the "face-saving" way of Clinton. They fabricated something new and deliberately created an obstacle to the talks prompted by such way of thinking whenever there was a sign of their progress. They cooked up the story of "counterfeit notes" and kicked up the row for sanctions against their dialogue partner even before the ink got dry on the joint statement adopted at the fourth round of the six-party talks, spoiling the atmosphere of the talks. The Bush administration held a briefing on the "counterfeit notes" of the DPRK in Washington last December but failed to produce any clear evidence. This proved (How does one "prove" anything, by the ABSENCE of evidence?) that it was nothing but a farce. It is a true nature peculiar to the U.S. to spread sheer lies and interfere in the internal affairs of other countries and realize its attempt at aggression on their basis. A clear proof of this was the brigandish armed invasion launched by the Bush administration against Iraq on the basis of its false information. All information regarding every element of Iraq's brutal tyranny was bang-on... As it is with North Korea, I am sure. That was why the "unbiased" international public opinion dismissed the stories about "smuggling of fake cigarettes" and "drug smuggling" and the like spread by U.S. media as a stereo-typed lie faked up by the U.S. ruling quarters and is demanding the U.S. immediately lift sanctions against the DPRK. Uhhh, no. The U.S. gimmick to mislead the public opinion by spreading more lies while defying such demand will never convince the international community. The United States of America can't rely on the international community for anything but "UNbiased" talk...