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Congratulations to the DPRK on its Fifth Successful Nuclear Test

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The Democratic People's Republic of Korea has successfully conducted what looks like its biggest ever nuclear detonation after a seismic event was detected near is nuclear test facility. This is the fifth such test.

Five million Korean people were murdered by the US régime and its running dogs in the 1950s and the country partitioned, with the US régime setting up a puppet military dictatorship in the South, made up of former Japanese imperial officers. The current president of South Korea is the daughter of one of these Japanese officers, i.e. traitors, who was himself a dictator in the 1970s.

A strong nuclear DPRK is the only way to deter any further US aggression in the region and ensure peace. No doubt the US régime will force its lackeys at the UN to inflict even more criminal sanctions on the Korean people for daring to defend themselves, but Koreans do not bend to such criminality.

Here is a BBC report, full of the usual imperialist propaganda. Read is only if you want a laugh.

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-37314927
 

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Not to sure about this, any country striving towards nuclear arms should not be congratulated, it only pushed for more countries to do the same.

We need Nuclear disarmament not more countries with them, eventually someone will use these weapons and cause untold numbers of deaths.
 
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Not to sure about this, any country striving towards nuclear arms should not be congratulated, it only pushed for more countries to do the same.

We need Nuclear disarmament not more countries with them, eventually someone will use these weapons and cause untold numbers of deaths.
We saw in Libya what happens when a country on the US hit list disarms. Korea has already lost five million of its people to US aggression. That will not happen again. And if we are to have nuclear disarmament, let's start with the only régime to use nukes against civilians.
 

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We saw in Libya what happens when a country on the US hit list disarms. Korea has already lost five million of its people to US aggression. That will not happen again. And if we are to have nuclear disarmament, let's start with the only régime to use nukes against civilians.
Kim is a fruitcake though, it was only the order day he had someone killed for some petty stuff.

In all fairness I wish they would just go to war over there, in the aftermath rebuild Korea as one country.

Though on second thoughts it would put the cost of Samsung goodies up in price.
 

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If Iraq, Libya and Syria had had them there'd be no ISIS, no refugee crisis, probably no rise of the far-right in Europe and maybe even a Palestinian State and peace in the Middle East.

Oh and a few million dead people would be alive..
 

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If Iraq, Libya and Syria had had them there'd be no ISIS, no refugee crisis, probably no rise of the far-right in Europe and maybe even a Palestinian State and peace in the Middle East.

Oh and a few million dead people would be alive..
Id imagine Israel would have been wiped off the map along with few other countries in the middle east.
 

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Id imagine Israel would have been wiped off the map along with few other countries in the middle east.
I don't think so. Mutually Assured Destruction makes people think very hard about using nukes...

When you don't have them you're a sitting duck for terrorist states like the US.

When you do, you aren't..
 

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Anyway haven't Iraq, Libya and Syria been 'wiped off the map'?

Yet it's oh so common to hear people fretting about this happening to Israel...
 
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Kim is a fruitcake though, it was only the order day he had someone killed for some petty stuff.

Don't believe the garbage the media comes out with. There is a department of South Korean "intelligence" that do nothing all day but concoct crazy stories about the DPRK and feed them to a willing imperialist media. These stories are invariably shown to be false within a few days.
 

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This may be an old story, but it gives a hint to what might be going in North Korea now.

An elite group holds with hidden hand the power over the country. So... how close would be if we guess that this elite has connections with outside NK secret societies and is puppet to them. And what if the whole NK is one big testing ground for MK-ultra type projects of the world's superpowers like US.

None knows what really is happening at that super secure labor camps in NK, and even less is known what happens underneath them. Ever nobody gets chance to tell the tale... It's also so convenient to have this totalitarian governments around the globe, so you can scare your own subjects with the boogie man and induce them to pay more taxes for war and tech development. Especially if these governments are your puppet, it's just great opportunity! You can sell weaponry to the middle east(or any third world country) if you wish to, with no tracing back to you.

Also... You might want to have a strategic nuclear outpost near your biggest economical enemies? Well, yes a place like NK sounds just right. And to evade all alleged conspiracies, just keep the mob believe that you are really enemy of this puppet, make the occasional media offenses between the two sides, put them in "the axis of evil" group, mock them, or else you might generate direct hate towards the state of your puppet, thus nobody will ever believe you are the mastermind behind. How else a government like NK would survive for decades along? Self sustainable NK!? Yeah, like I am a train-toy with rabbit tail...

As a North Korean (in exile), the recent developments in North Korea that have been communicated by colleagues in the country lead to a conclusion that is shocking for me beyond words can describe. What we all took to be an immutable fact of life in North Korea no longer holds: our country is no longer ruled by a Kim. The DPRK may tirelessly trumpet its system of “absolute guidance” centred on Kim Jong Un; but I have seen much that suggests otherwise, and have now had it articulated by colleagues in Pyongyang – and nothing could have astonished me more than to hear them put it in their own words – that ‘Kim Jong Un is a puppet who is being controlled by the elite’. ‘This North Korea of today is not the North Korea you used to live in’. On the first occasion I heard those words spoken by a North Korean from inside North Korea, a shiver ran through my body. Colleagues in Pyongyang describe a North Korean state that is being run by several invisible hands. To put it more specifically, an inner circle of elite, with its focal point in the Organization and Guidance Department (OGD), has now cemented itself as the collective leadership of North Korea. In effect, they have anointed Kim Jong Un as the nominal leader, while they themselves rule from behind in Kim Jong Un’s name.
http://newfocusintl.com/kim-jong-un-puppet-north-korean-elite/
 
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This may be an old story, but it gives a hint to what might be going in North Korea now.

An elite group holds with hidden hand the power over the country. So... how close would be if we guess that this elite has connections with outside NK secret societies and is puppet to them. And what if the whole NK is one big testing ground for MK-ultra type projects of the world's superpowers like US.

None knows what really is happening at that super secure labor camps in NK, and even less is known what happens underneath them. Ever nobody gets chance to tell the tale... It's also so convenient to have this totalitarian governments around the globe, so you can scare your own subjects with the boogie man and induce them to pay more taxes for war and tech development. Especially if these governments are your puppet, it's just great opportunity! You can sell weaponry to the middle east(or any third world country) if you wish to, with no tracing back to you.

Also... You might want to have a strategic nuclear outpost near your biggest economical enemies? Well, yes a place like NK sounds just right. And to evade all alleged conspiracies, just keep the mob believe that you are really enemy of this puppet, make the occasional media offenses between the two sides, put them in "the axis of evil" group, mock them, or else you might generate direct hate towards the state of your puppet, thus nobody will ever believe you are the mastermind behind. How else a government like NK would survive for decades along? Self sustainable NK!? Yeah, like I am a train-toy with rabbit tail...



http://newfocusintl.com/kim-jong-un-puppet-north-korean-elite/

Respected Marshal Kim Jong Un is not a dictator and he does not rule the DPRK. He is the head of a huge collective government, which makes its decisions collectively.
 
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TG, on your visits to North Korea
1. Did you get to meet any of those female soldiers who do all
that parading?

2. Did you meet Cael, who used to post to politics.ie from there
 
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A dictator having nukes is of course bad news.Only when this world is free of dictatorships and brutal cynical capitalism will we see real unity,progress and human development.
 

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I can understand why NK wants nukes but this isn't a zero sum game. America bad does not mean NK good. On the contrary, America bad and NK bad.

Living in NK would not be a pleasant existence for the ordinary people. It is quite sad and pathetic to see how factory managers and the like cower in abject terror when Kim comes to 'guide' them. There is something very disturbing to see adults shaking with fear whilst clutching their notebooks to write down every word Kim says with the fear of a prison camp or worse for a single misstep. NK is essentially a crazy cult built around a despotic regime.
 
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I can understand why NK wants nukes but this isn't a zero sum game. America bad does not mean NK good. On the contrary, America bad and NK bad.

Living in NK would not be a pleasant existence for the ordinary people. It is quite sad and pathetic to see how factory managers and the like cower in abject terror when Kim comes to 'guide' them. There is something very disturbing to see adults shaking with fear whilst clutching their notebooks to write down every word Kim says with the fear of a prison camp or worse for a single misstep. NK is essentially a crazy cult built around a despotic regime.

How do you know it's fear and not respect?
 

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How do you know it's fear and not respect?
Seriously???





Have you ever seen or even heard of anyone respected so much that everyone who they meet instantly pulls out a notebook and writes down their every word???

Apparently shortly after this last visit (below) the manager of the the facility, which bred turtles, was executed for incompetence.



It seems Kim commented on the death of some terrapins in a tank and the manager said it was due to electricity shortages which was taken as criticism of the supreme leader.
 
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The DPRK is basically what a 70s Warsaw Pact era state would be like - mixed with some quasi-regal features. It's not the starvation apocalypse as globalism would have us believe but it's a spartan and austere society overseen by a tense security apparatus and any Westernised individual would be thrown into despair trying to live there.

It's ran by diabolical men but men whom have an astute understanding of international relations. They aren't "mad" as popular culture would have us believe, no more than Stalin was "mad". They are evil men perhaps but madness is a different thing. Madness is what I expect from a Clinton enthronement and that's the trajectory from where I would expect nuclear armageddon.

Personally I do admire that government's pugnacious defence of its independence and much of its anti-imperialist commentary is on point. But I do not commend the domestic system that prevails there.
 
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Seriously???





Have you ever seen or even heard of anyone respected so much that everyone who they meet instantly pulls out a notebook and writes down their every word???

Apparently shortly after this last visit (below) the manager of the the facility, which bred turtles, was executed for incompetence.



It seems Kim commented on the death of some terrapins in a tank and the manager said it was due to electricity shortages which was taken as criticism of the supreme leader.

Do you actually believe such nonsense about the manager being executed? Do you think that if such things happened that any manager would be dumb enough to say anything such thing? No, the fact is that there is a unit of South Korean intelligence that does nothing all day but make up mad stories like this and pass them on to a willing Western media.

As for the notebooks, these are publicity events, were everyone plays a role. Respected Marshal Kim Jong Un is playing a role as much as anyone else. He represents the People, and the managers are listening to the People's ideas when they listen to him.