Saturday, March 11, 2006

Quotation Usage

U.S. "Defense Review Report" Flailed
Pyongyang, March 10, 2006 (KCNA) -- The U.S. Department of Defense on Feb. 1 made public a "defense review report", which contains plans for the reinforcement of special armed forces, the increase of maneuverability of ground and air forces, the maintenance of the navy's capability of simultaneously operating on the sea and the coast

and the intensified collection of information in 20 years to cope with "terrorism" and "threat".
Sounds like a sound (Con)plan(5029) to me...
After all, the "report" is considered to be a long-term plan for aggressive military actions designed to conduct the "war on terrorism" on a worldwide scale, mainly upon the last two axis Rodong Sinmun today says in a signed article. Branding the "report" as a document of aggression and war to realize the U.S. ambition for domination over the Asia-Pacific region and carry into overall practice the "strategy for preemptive attack", the article says: What draws attention in the "report" is the simulation of a "dangerous state". Nobody has to simulate an impoverished country... The U.S. seeks to ignite a war against the DPRK at any cost so as to realize its wild ambition for domination over the whole of Korea and take it as a breakthrough in conquering Asia. Yea, those poor "conquered" South Koreans and Japanese. That is why the U.S. intends to convert its forces in south Korea into "rapid task forces" under the pretext of "strategic flexibility" to escalate its military intervention in the Korean Peninsula and other parts of Asia. The "report" was worked out and announced at a time when humankind stands for peace against war as tyrants fall more staunchly than ever before. It is an act of going against the trend of the times towards opposing detente and an open challenge to humankind's oppressed, and their desire for peace. The world's peace-loving people should see through the aggressive nature of the U.S. imperialists and their ambition for world supremacy and wage a vigorous struggle against their aggression and war moves. In other news, "US announces military drills that Pyongyang hates"...

Right, yet stupid...

Arguing for "stringent" measures, O'Reilly continued, "You can go to any country in the world and watch how they do it. It's doable. Nobody gets into North Korea, all right? They've sealed up that border."

Why don't I just argue why North Korea has a low crime rate, due to how they treat criminals/prisoners.

Friday, March 10, 2006

By accident...

Even someone consistently wrong can shit a Good link.
This is the rhetoric I want to see more of CRYmru!

Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Enemy of the Advanced

Kim Jong Il sends greetings to Bashar Al-Assad
Pyongyang, March 7, 2006 (KCNA) -- Kim Jong Il, general secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea and chairman of the National Defence Commission of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, That's an unusually brief D.P.R.K title. It's like calling George W. Bush "Prez"...
Tuesday sent a message of greetings to Bashar Al-Assad, regional secretary of the Arab Socialist Baath Party and president of Syria, on the occasion of the 43rd anniversary of the March 8 revolution in Syria. The Syrian people have made great achievements in their struggle to push aside the interference and pressure of the imperialists, putting Lebanon aside, and the Zionists and achieve the "prosperity" and "development" of the country under the correct "leadership" of the Arab Socialist Baath Party after the revolution, the message said, and went on: The Korean people extend invariable support and solidarity to the Syrian people in their just cause to defend the sovereignty and dignity of the country and solve the issue of the Middle East in a fair and package way. Yup, all wrapped up in a neat little package. Expressing the belief that the traditional relations of friendship and cooperation between the two countries would continue to strengthen and develop in the future, too, the message sincerely wished him good health and happiness as well as the friendly Syrian people new progress and prosperity. Hooray!

Next story...
Greetings to President of Syria
Pyongyang, March 7, 2006 (KCNA) -- Kim Yong Nam, president of the Presidium of the DPRK Supreme People's Assembly, Tuesday sent a message of greetings to Bashar Al-Assad, president of Syria, on the occasion of the 43rd anniversary of the March 8 revolution in Syria. In the message Kim Yong Nam said that the Syrian people have smashed the moves of the imperialists and Zionists
How'd they do that? With Baghdad suicide bombers? and defended the dignity of the nation and the sovereignty of the country for 43 years, rallied close around the Arab Socialist Baath Party. He sincerely wished the president and people of Syria greater successes in their work for foiling the moves of the outside forces to isolate and stifle Syria, stepping up the "modernization" of the country and for fair and comprehensive settlement of the Middle East issue. He expressed the conviction that the good relations of friendship and cooperation between the two countries will continue to vigorously consolidate and develop. Eh, these two countries have much in common... Tyrannic oppression mostly.

Sunday, March 05, 2006

Loss of Justice

Keith Moor
Herald Sun Mar 6, 2006
The Pong Su sent a message to North Korea saying: "As a soldier for the greatest general we are determined to fight to the last man." It had just dropped 150kg of heroin worth $165 million at Boggaley Creek near Lorne – resulting in Victoria's biggest heroin bust.
While Australia fails to find the will to serve justice to agents commiting criminal acts in support of the most oppressive regime on earth... Evil celebrates over a few beers.

According to the left, the "case" against North Korea is supposedly "weakened".