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dusty1 Post time: 2012-12-13 21:44
I always have been my own audience. The people are starving in NK. The money is better spent on th ...

Maybe the North Koreans would rather not be another subject of the west.
Many people are starving in the Philippines too and it is a subject of the west and has been thoroughly
infested by the mind numbing Catholic religion. If the west could be counted on to feed the countries
it subjugates then maybe staving citizens would consider buckling under to the greedy capitalists.
But on the other hand it's better not to just sit there and be good little stooges hoping for a hand out.
North Korea is a beacon of hope for the rest of the world. It is a communist nation.
No matter how much false propaganda the west perpetrates against this little nation the truth is
easy to see if you haven't been brainwashed into automatically accepting as truth anything the
western press publishes about communist nations. The west is very effective at brainwashing the
people who are supposed to be 'educated'. This little nation is showing it's success despite the
best efforts of capitalist roaders to derail it.
If you want to be look at a bunch of photos of any nation including the USA it can be made out
to be a dark, depressed, backward, poverty stricken nation if you only look at the photos someone
trying to convince you of this wants you to see. It's just common sense.
If capitalism promotes innovation and creativity then why aren't scientists and artists the richest people in a capitalist nation?

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Post time 2012-12-14 14:05:13 |Display all floors
edisonone Post time: 2012-12-14 13:57
Look who's talkin'... God himself! Hey! Do the Sodom and Gomorrah
thing on them sinners of a Kimm ...

I don't believe in God, so I don't exist, by this logic.  NK is an impoverished nation that relys on handouts from the rest of the world, even China. It cannot support itself, and it expects to keep this status quo, holding its own people to ransom.

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Post time 2012-12-14 14:06:42 |Display all floors


God... I can smell an excuse
in the making
to maybe ASAT the thing
from space... the coniving sob's...



US claims N. Korea’s satellite is ‘out of control’ security threatPublished: 13 December, 2012, 12:50
Edited: 14 December, 2012, 00:38

                                                                               
               

This picture received from North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on December 12, 2012 shows the rocket Unha-3, carrying the satellite Kwangmyongsong-3, being monitored on a large screen at a satellite control center in Cholsan county, North Pyongan province in North Korea. (AFP Photo/KCNA via KNS)
Despite the nature of North Korea’s recently launched satellite being unknown Washington condemned it as an “out of control” threat to regional security. Pyongyang maintains it was a surveillance device, denying allegations of warmongering.
US officials, speaking on condition of anonymity voiced their concerns over the “out of control” satellite to US broadcaster NBC News. They said that the celestial object was a threat to regional security and could potentially collide with other satellites in orbit.
Meanwhile, the South Korean Aerospace Research Institute said that Pyongyang’s satellite was orbiting at between 494 and 588 kilometers above the earth as predicted. The typical orbiting altitude for an observation satellite is between 480 and 970 kilometers.
The controversial launch was greeted with a wave of furious condemnation by the international community, who regard North Korea’s rocket launches as thinly-veiled missile tests, paving the way for possible nuclear armament.
The UN decried the launch as a violation of international law, while Washington said that Pyongyang would face “consequences” for what it branded as a “highly provocative act.” The international community is now discussing a new set of sanctions to slam on Pyongyang following the contested launch.
­A red rag to a bull?
South Korean officials argue that sanctions will do little to allay North Korean military ambitions, but will rather provoke the country’s leadership.

Baek Seung-joo from the Korea Institute of Defense Analyses told AFP that this launch proved Pyongyang’s resolve "to complete a comprehensive nuclear weapons system under new leader Kim Jong-Un.”

Pyongyang praised the launch as a great success for the country following a failed test launch back in April that humiliated the country’s newly-ordained ruler Kim Jong Un. In the face of international condemnation, a spokesperson for the North Korean Foreign Ministry said that Pyongyang will continue to exercise its “legitimate right to launch satellites.”
The West has continued to voice concerns that the rockets being launched by North Korea could be used to carry nuclear warheads. Recent satellite imagery released to the press showed that a road leading to a nuclear test site in the country’s northeast had been rebuilt and that snow and dirt had been excavated away from one of the entrance tunnels.
The Russian Foreign Ministry also condemned the launch in an official statement as “flaunting the opinion of the international community," but appealed to the international community to refrain from further escalating tensions.
Two previous nuclear tests have depleted North Korea’s limited plutonium supply, but the country sits on significant deposits of uranium minerals.
Additionally, Pyongyang is pushing ahead with its civilian atomic energy program which it claims is necessary to provide electricity to its impoverished population.



Putin's a killer. This was the claim made by Fox News journalist; Bill O'Reilly during his recent interview with Donald Trump. Trump's reply came in the form of a simple question. What, you think our country's so innocent?

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robert237 Post time: 2012-12-14 14:00
Maybe the North Koreans would rather not be another subject of the west.
Many people are starving  ...

"North Korea is a beacon of hope for the rest of the world."

Wow. Just... wow.

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Col Post time: 2012-12-13 22:10
"North Korea is a beacon of hope for the rest of the world."

Wow. Just... wow.

Amazing how you feel when you realize the truth.
If capitalism promotes innovation and creativity then why aren't scientists and artists the richest people in a capitalist nation?

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robert237 Post time: 2012-12-14 14:00
Maybe the North Koreans would rather not be another subject of the west.
Many people are starving  ...

I have been to the third world, I have seen poverty. I am a recovering Catholic. I am not intrested in governments or propaganda. I am intrested in a better world, where people are free and happy. I am fully aware what the food handouts are, they are not generosity, they are political. The USA is no diffrent to NK. People in both nations are repressed.

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Post time 2012-12-14 14:21:47 |Display all floors
robert237 Post time: 2012-12-14 14:14
Amazing how you feel when you realize the truth.

Beacon of hope?

Beacon of hope.

North Korea is a beacon of hope.

Wow.

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