techboy1 Post time: 2013-6-28 04:53 static/image/common/back.gif
You folks need to get off your America bashing highhorse, no country is perfect and i challenge you ...
Bravely written. But you know you would ruin and hide at the first sign of trouble in America...or snitch to stay alive.
zglobal Post time: 2013-6-27 18:46 static/image/common/back.gif
If you decide to post in support of the NK government......
Then you should first explain your in ...
I take him seriously. Most of us who are not western propagandists or brainwashed into worshiping
the rich would take him seriously.
Communism is far superior to capitalism and any nation attempting communism has been unmercifully
attacked in every way possible by capitalist nations. The last thing the capitalists want is a fair system.
They want to hang on to their unfair advantage at the expense of the vast majority of the world's
citizens. Capitalism is an ancient and brutal system that is on the decline worldwide.
The modern age has no place for this criminal behavior.
gaiacomm Post time: 2013-6-27 22:17 static/image/common/back.gif
Kim takes care of his people quite well. Its the propaganda of others that make it seem different. ...
What rich technology do the citizens of NK have? All of the tech is concentrated in the military. The ordinary citizens do not even have cell phones and computers.
grb Post time: 2013-6-28 11:19 static/image/common/back.gif
What rich technology do the citizens of NK have? All of the tech is concentrated in the military. ...
That is fine. Kim has done a fine job of control of his people. Until someone challenges his control, it will remain the same..a wonderful life for everyone.
According to the AP investigation, early in the Korean War, U.S. soldiers had machine-gunned hundreds of helpless civilians, under the railway bridge at No Gun Ri. The AP investigation is supported by 12 ex-U.S.. soldiers who have supported the claims made by South Korean survivors surrounding the massacre. As well as at least 300 civilians killed in this attack. another had 100 died in a preceding air attack. U.S. commanders had ordered units retreating through South Korea to "shoot civilians" as a defense against disguised enemy soldiers - itself is a major war crime.
Six former members of the 1st Cavalry Division say that they fired on the refugees trapped under the bridge at No Gun Ri, and AP found six others who say said they witnessed the mass killing. Some soldiers refused to shoot what one described as "civilians just trying to hide." Another soldier at the scene described the event as "wholesale slaughter".
The massacre had started when U.S. planes strafed an area near the tunnel where the refugees were resting. With scores killed, terrified parents dragged their children into a narrow culvert beneath the tracks. After this, the survivors were directed into the bridge underpasses - and after dark, U.S. soldiers opened fire on them from nearby machine-gun positions. Apparently, one senior officer, Captain Melbourne Chandler, after speaking with superior officers by radio, had ordered machine-gunners from his heavy-weapons company to set up near the tunnel mouths and open fire after saying:
"The hell with all those people. Let's get rid of all of them"
The bursts of gunfire killed those near the tunnel entrances first, which left Korean civilians pulling dead bodies around them for protection. During three nights under fire, some trapped refugees managed to slip away, but others were shot as they tried to escape or crawled out to find clean water to drink. Some U.S. soldiers said that the massacre at No Gun Ri didn't have to happen: As the U.S. army was scared that these refugee columns contained agents from North Korea, the refugees could have been screened up on the road or checked out under the bridge. But the US army command took the decision to massacre them all.