Thursday, July 13, 2006

Unrelentingly Unspecific

Gift to Kim Jong Il
Pyongyang, July 13, 2006 (KCNA) -- General Secretary Kim Jong Il was presented with a gift by Hui Liangyu, member of the Political Bureau of the C.C., the Communist Party of China and vice-premier of the State Council of China, who is heading the Chinese friendship delegation on a visit to the DPRK to participate in the celebrations of the 45th anniversary of the conclusion of the Korea-China Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance. The gift was handed to an official concerned.
Was it the general's secretary?

Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Fueled Engine

Japan's Drive for Its Conversion into Military Power and Overseas Expansion Blasted
Pyongyang, July 12, 2006 (KCNA) -- Japan's ambition for its conversion into a military power and overseas expansion comes under fire in Rodong Sinmun Wednesday. Ever noticed how flammable Japan and America are, everyday??? Pointing to the fact that the United States and Japan recently agreed to deploy improved "Patriot" interceptor missiles in the U.S. military base in Okinawa, Japan and, accordingly, send additional U.S. forces and signed, some time ago, an agreement on the expansion of the ballistic missile defense program, the analyst says: Now the U.S. and Japan have got into full stride in their efforts to realize integration in a number of military fields involving the command and control of the U.S. forces in Japan and the Japan "Self-Defense Forces", their communication systems, the development of new arms technologies, and their production and deployment. FINALLY, some really Good "news" is reported by the K.C.N.A... It is the intention of the United States to achieve its aggressive and dominationist aims in the region with Japan as the military springboard. The point is the acts of the Japanese reactionary ruling quarters. No, the point is, now Japan has vested interest in stopping North Korean I.C.B.M development. The Japanese people have suffered a lot at the hand of the U.S. forces present in Japan and so the voices demanding the pullout of the U.S. forces are growing louder. The Japanese reactionary ruling quarters, however, offer larger portions of the land of Japan to the U.S. as its operational base and supply base. They are out to achieve their ambition for making Japan a military power and for overseas expansion at any cost with the patronage of the United States. To this end, Japan carries out obediently what its senior ally wants, as a political servant and a war stooge. All that ass-kissin' sure beats being communist, eh... Winning the favor of the U.S., its master, by blindly following and yielding to it, Japan is running about with increasing frenzy to gratify its ambition, while raising more terrific outcries for a tighter alliance with the U.S. as the days go by. The DPRK is the first and only target of the reinvasion of the Japanese militarist forces. They are kicking and struggling to jump onto the road of reinvasion of Korea, pulling the war chariot of the U.S. imperialists. But Japan should know that reinvasion will lead it directly to self-destruction. They should also know not to fuck with America...

No, Thank You

Thank you, Kim Jong-il for showing us that America's decision to pull back from above the 38th Parallel was a bad decision. It is because of communist dictators like you that we should have allowed our Marines to push forward and continue to win in Korea and spread democracy across the Far East.

It only gets MORE Righteous...

Tuesday, July 11, 2006

"Threat" quotient...

U.S. Moves to Deploy Interceptor Missiles under Fire
Pyongyang, July 11,2006 (KCNA) -- The United States is now hell bent on deploying interceptor missiles at strategic vantages. It is feverishly indoctrinating countries concerned with the rumor of "missile threat" I thought the K.C.N.A was just talking about "successful missile launches" a few days ago... Now it's a "rumor"???
to implement its "scheme" of interceptor missile deployment. Minju Joson in a commentary Tuesday strips bare the desperate moves of the U.S. to bring into shape networks of missile defense system covering the whole globe including Asia-Pacific and European regions and cover up its real intention with the doctrine of "missile threat". Let me guess, a North Korean nuclear holocaust... What the FUCK, else is new? Noting that it is none other than the U.S. which is threatening other countries with massive nuclear and missile forces, the commentary goes on, much more insanely than usual: In crying over "missile threat" the U.S. seeks to conceal its sinister intention and, behind the curtain, create favorable climate and condition for implementing its strategy of world supremacy. What the U.S. is after is to freely carry into action its preemptive strike strategy after setting up a colossal missile defense system at every strategic vantage and binding other countries hand and foot to neutralize their means of retaliation. As they should. Especially against North Korea... On the other hand, the U.S. is going to drag the world into vast military expenditures by giving rise to an arms race in such costly domain as missile development. It will be worth it. For America, anyway... It considers that it can easily realize its dominationist ambition against other countries, if it attains such strategic goal through the deployment of interceptor missiles. It's a little fucked how the deployment of "interceptor missiles", i.e missiles only Good for destroying other missiles, is relative to the conquest of earth... Scathingly exposed to the international community is the anti-peace, hegemonist colors of the U.S., which is bringing instability to the world and threatening peace, buoyed by ambition of world supremacy. The U.S. should know that its confrontation policy and hegemonist ambition is a daydream which stands no chance of realization. Like a credible North Korean "missile threat"...

Nail to the Head...

Via The Korea Liberator

The United States has equal - if very different - difficulties in dealing with Seoul and Beijing. South Korean officials, including Song Min-soon, the national security adviser and former chief negotiator with North Korea, are urging a cool and calm approach. Such talk is code language for doing nothing really effective to stop North Korea from testing ever more effective missiles while going on with its nuclear program.

Every word hit bang fuckin' on...

Sunday, July 09, 2006

Kim Jong Il's River Palace

Seems like a nice pad to me...

Righteous Stand

By now, it should be clear that the conventional diplomatic and military options aren’t going to solve the North Korean problem. Kim Jong Il isn’t interested in making a deal; he’s even less interested in complying with one. The only feasible military option, a blockade, won’t separate Kim Jong Il from his throne. In our blog’s manifesto, Richardson, James, and I promote a strategy of isolating the regime while engaging and empowering the North Korean people.
That strategy offers to empower the North Korean people, but relies on them to execute the truly arduous parts of the strategy. We don’t deny the obvious difficulty of penetrating the world’s most closed society, although those barriers are clearly decaying. As things stand today, there is only so much the United States could hope to do to influence events inside the North. It could do much more if it were able to help a national resistance movement coalesce, and to get food,
information, and weapons into its hands.

Read it all...