Saturday, March 18, 2006

Off the deep end...

Who knows whether to laugh or cry?
At least the material's original, though I've never known what to make of it...

Songun Video: Brilliant Commander Of Songun
Comrade Jay Bennish: Honor Of (posthumous) Merit Order Recipient
And my personal favorite, US Imperialist War Crimes
The evil capitalist US imperialist again steal the eardrums of poor ethnic minority iraqi children in a bid to control the world market of iraqi children eardrums for selling to the jews. We can clearly see how capitalism is at odds with human rights as it turns humans into darksome evil creatures with black skin and no hair. No such monster exist in the DPRK under the loving fatherly socialist leadership of Leader Kim Jong Il.

Disturbing enough...

To me, it just seems like a creepy photo-op that most leaders in their Right mind would not release to the public(is the girl a giant?).
I guess North Koreans have a
different take...
I love leader Kim Jong Il very very much. All world people love Leader Kim Jong Il too. All the places Leader Kim Jong Il go, people give flower to Leader Kim Jong Il.
It's not an isolated event either.

Friday, March 17, 2006

Pillar of Freedom

1. The first pillar is promoting freedom, justice, and human dignity – working to end tyranny, to promote effective democracies, and to extend prosperity through free and fair trade and wise development policies.

Reactionary Right

U.S. Moves to "Spread Democracy" Assailed
Pyongyang, March 16, 2006 (KCNA) -- The U.S. imperialists' "spread of democracy" is intended to quell the popular masses' desire for independence and block their progress,
Did I just fucking read that???? Has the world ever witnessed a "government" that was more successful at quelling the popular masses', or blocking progress, than the "government" of Kim Jong Il? wreck the global peace and security and Americanize the world community. Rodong Sinmun today says this in a signed article. The U.S. much publicized "offer of democracy" is nothing but a sinister trick to use it as a political and military lever for intervention and aggression on other countries under dictatorship, the article points out, and goes on as usual: The U.S. reactionary ruling quarters talk much about "freedom" and "democracy" not to protect the interests and rights of the popular masses but to maintain and strengthen their reactionary political system, the will of the people IS reactionary... and exploit and plunder the masses in a more crafty way. Those poor, rich, exploited capitalist Americans. I guess inside the D.P.R.K bubble, America is the only country in the world that should NOT have wealth, and Kim Jong Il is the only person in North Korea that should... The process of reconciliation, cooperation and peace has become a trend of the times. The U.S., however, is working in real earnest to attain its aggressive and predatory aims under the signboard of "spread of democracy". The reactionary nature of the U.S.-touted "establishment of a democratic order" finds its expression in the fact that the U.S. imperialists are fighting the "war on terrorism" in a more legitimate manner, claiming that it is to protect "democracy". Did I just fucking read THAT??? I have to assume heavy sarcasm here... The "war on terrorism" is, at present, one of their principal methods for spreading the American-style "democracy" worldwide. Agreed. The "color revolution" is another method for "export of democracy" invented by the U.S. to dominate the world. The U.S. seeks to destabilize those countries which are not listed as targets of the "war on terrorism" by orchestrating that "color revolution" and set up pro-American governments there. Nice grammar. Has there ever been a "government" more enraged at the idea of democracy, than that of Kim Jong Il's? The U.S. moves for "export of democracy" are little short of its interference in other countries' internal affairs and a violation of their sovereignty. It is pressurizing other countries and nations to accept and introduce the American political mode and lifestyle. Herein lies the reactionary nature of its moves for the "establishment of a democratic order" and "spread of democracy". The Bush administration's smear campaign against the DPRK's political system and its persistent "human rights" offensive against it are intended to spread the American-style "democracy" to the DPRK with an aim to destabilize and bring down Korean-style socialism. That's like music to my ears yo!

Wednesday, March 15, 2006

I secretly admire...

Hwang Bo Young, a former ice hockey player in North Korea, had drawn attention at the North-South Ice Hockey game at Choonchun, Kangwon Province on March 3. She resettled in South Korea in 1999, and nobody could guess that she was from North Korea.

Hawks of Vengence

U.S. Warhawks' Anti-DPRK Malarkey under Fire
Pyongyang, March 14, 2006 (KCNA) -- The commander of the U.S. imperialist aggression forces in south Korea who would be??? at a hearing of the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee some time ago blustered that the military capacity of the DPRK poses a constant threat to the security of south Korea and other U.S. allies and Northeast Asia, talking about "nuclear program" and "conventional weapons." Dismissing this as shameless sophism to justify the military occupation of south Korea by the U.S. forces and its moves to provoke a war of aggression against the north, *sob* a Rodong Sinmun analyst Tuesday brands this as an intolerable provocation against the north. It's hard to brand someone an "intolerable provocation" without naming them... The U.S. imperialists are past masters in fabricating "lies" to launch military invasion of other countries and nations, he notes, and goes on: At this very moment the U.S. imperialist warhawks are raising a frantic racket over military threat from the DPRK after deliberately throwing a hurdle in the way of the six-party talks for settling the nuclear issue between the DPRK and the U.S. by faking up a fictitious "counterfeit note issue" of the north. Isn't the DPRK's development of nuclear weapons slightly more of a "hurdle" to the six-party talks.. They openly announced that they would stage RSOI and Foal Eagle exercises, a replica of "Team Spirit" joint military exercises, which are a test nuclear war for the invasion of the north, from March 25, Who expects America to NOT be ready for any North Korean threat...
thus gravely threatening the Koreans desirous of peace and reunification. The outcries over "military threat" from the north raised by the U.S. imperialists are nothing but a doctrine of a war against the north. Good. If the U.S. imperialist warhawks venture a war on this land, the Korean army and people will fully exercise the deterrent for self-defense they have built under the banner of Songun and give vent to their enmity toward the U.S. so as to sternly punish the aggressors. Only North Koreans are scared in any way, of punishment from North Korea's dictator...

Drugs, drugs, DRUGS!!!

Drug Smuggling Increases in S. Korea
Pyongyang, March 13, 2006 (KCNA) -- Drug smuggling is now rapidly increasing in south Korea, according to south Korean MBC. 10 cases of drug smuggling were detected uhhhh... Uh huhuhu! O.K at Inchon airport this year, which increased by 40 percent as compared with those in the same period of last year. Philopon seized accounts for over
1,290 million won in domestic currency, or more than 15 times that of last year.

1,290 million North Korean won, huh?
Compared to the value of .169 billion American dollars?
Next story...

U.S. Smear Campaign against DPRK Assailed

Pyongyang, March 12, 2006 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the Reunification Solidarity of south Korea released a commentary on March 2 in denunciation of the U.S. smear campaign against the DPRK. The commentary recalled that the U.S. State Department asserted in an "international narcotics control and strategy report" on March 1 that there exist the substantial evidences showing the involvement of the DPRK in drug and other illegal dealings. The U.S. labeled the north of Korea as a "criminal state" and has exerted sanctions upon it, the commentary noted, charging that all those acts are prompted by its intention to isolate and stifle the north. The whole world recognizes that the U.S. is the biggest producer and market of drugs and a country where a largest number of counterfeit notes overflow, the commentary said. So, by technicality, the amount of drugs and American counterfeit notes produced by North Korea is insignificant... The commentary urged the U.S. not to resort to its far-fetched allegation in a bid to conquer other countries but to be aware of its crimes and strive to redress them. It demanded the U.S. repeal all the base reports pursuant to the hostile policy towards the north. No.