gaiacomm Post time 2013-6-29 05:14:04

querist Post time: 2013-6-29 05:08 static/image/common/back.gif
Don't be mean. I am sure Seneca is well-intentioned, just misguided. One can admire his conviction ...

querist, I know...just having some fun...

gaiacomm Post time 2013-6-29 05:14:12

querist Post time: 2013-6-29 05:08 static/image/common/back.gif
Don't be mean. I am sure Seneca is well-intentioned, just misguided. One can admire his conviction ...

querist, I know...just having some fun...

gaiacomm Post time 2013-6-29 05:15:21

querist Post time: 2013-6-29 05:08 static/image/common/back.gif
Don't be mean. I am sure Seneca is well-intentioned, just misguided. One can admire his conviction ...

querist, I know, just having some fun at his/hers expense...

gaiacomm Post time 2013-6-29 05:15:25

querist Post time: 2013-6-29 05:08 static/image/common/back.gif
Don't be mean. I am sure Seneca is well-intentioned, just misguided. One can admire his conviction ...

querist, I know, just having some fun at his/hers expense...

gaiacomm Post time 2013-6-29 05:15:40

querist, I know, just having some fun at his/hers expense...

gaiacomm Post time 2013-6-29 05:22:43

seneca Post time: 2013-6-29 05:18 static/image/common/back.gif
If you take offence when someone invents a neologism such as "Usanian" but at the same time does n ...

Scientific and research work makes a big contribution to the socialist construction and promotion of well-being of the people. There are a lot of disciplinary academies and research institutes such as the Academy of National Science, the Academy of Social Sciences, the Academy of Agricultural Sciences, the Academy of Educational Sciences and the Academy of Medical Sciences. Scientific and research institutes put primary efforts in solving problems raised by revolution and construction and prospective scientific and technological questions.

In particular, research work is gaining momentum on areas of great significance in increasing the Juche character of the industry such as more efficient use of fuels and developing industries relying on local raw materials aimed at making the national economy more Juche-oriented, modern and scientific.

Scientific and research institutes have achieved a lot of successes by opening up new scientific and technological fields suited to actual conditions with its own efforts and technology dependent on local raw materials.

The successful launch of "Kwangmyongsong No.1" an artificial earth satellite mounted on "Paektusan No.1" of multi-staged transport rocket manufactured by the scientists and technicians of the DPRK in August Juche 87 (1998) is a clear evidence that its science and technology have reached the high standard.

querist Post time 2013-6-29 05:25:01

seneca Post time: 2013-6-28 16:14 static/image/common/back.gif
If you take offence when someone invents a neologism such as "Usanian" but at the same time does n ...

You really don't read other people's posts, do you?

The term "Usanian" is perceived by most Americans that I know as a pejorative.

I am questioning his information, starting with the statements about the DPRK.

I have never said that we are captives in the USA. I stated that the government acts without consulting the people. You really need to read posts before responding to them.

The bombing of Hiroshima did in fact cause massive numbers of civilian casualties.

I am not sure about some of the other items presented in the posts so far, but I will address those in due time. I felt it better to start with less confrontational questions and thereby determine if he is amenable to a calm and intellectual discussion.

I currently have no desire to meet Kim Jong-Un. You reference "multitudes of starved dead N Koreans". What proof do you have of this? The original poster claims to have been to the DPRK, so I am trying to learn what I can from someone who claims to have been there.

I suspect that I am a bit older than you are. I remember, growing up in the early 70s, learning all sorts of negative things about the PRC. I believed them, since I had no access to people from the PRC nor could I visit the PRC at the time. I also had no reason not to believe them, as I trusted my teachers and I was young and naive. Then, in 1983 I met someone from the PRC, and from that person I learned that much of what I was taught was incorrect. In 2007 I finally had the opportunity to go to the PRC and I saw, first hand, that I was largely mistaken about the PRC.

I am simply affording the DPRK the same benefit of the doubt that I wish I had known enough to extend to the PRC.
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