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Sunday, November 28, 2010

My first three articles ever, from 8 years ago, worth a re-read!

A three piecer that Joseph Farah asked me to put together on NoKo and Islam...the birth of Islammunism!!  Worth a re-read now, in the face of Wikileaks.

North Korea – Our greatest threat is east of Middle East

Posted: October 28, 2002
1:00 am Eastern
By Resa LaRu Kirkland
© 2010
Editor's note: This is the first of three commentaries on North Korea and its ties to the Middle East. Be sure to also read Part 2 and Part 3.
"Perhaps the sentiments contained in the following pages are not sufficiently fashionable to procure them general favor; a long habit of not thinking a thing wrong, gives it a superficial appearance of being right, and raises at first a formidable outcry in defence of custom. But tumult soon subsides. Time makes more converts than reason."
– from "Common Sense," by Thomas Paine
What would old Mr. Paine have to say today, I wonder, if instead of facing King George, he was dealing with North Korea? As all wise men know, to foretell the future, look at two things: the weak nature of man and the track record of those with whom you deal.
So it was in Paine's writing of "Common Sense." His dealings with the wretchedness that was monarchial oppression turned him into one of our most treasured and vigorous revolutionary forefathers. But if Paine had been occupied instead in the political issues of present-day America, involved in such things as Desert Storm and the noisy awakening of the Starving Giant and Looming Lies of North Korea, would his words of wisdom be any different? I doubt it … some things just don't change.
But for those who doubt, let's look at a few things. The desire for freedom is innate within every one of us. When America was at its genesis, barely breathing but burning with a passion for freedom, Great Britain was the most powerful country on earth. The king was undeniably "above" the common man, unimpeachable, his word law, his rule all-encompassing, his thirst for power unquenchable. He could not be reasoned with, he lied and fought at every turn, and tried to squelch our freedom fire with the greatest army that walked the land. He assumed that a king could never be defeated by peasants. His underestimation of the remarkable optimism and self-sacrifice that has come to define the United States of America was fatal. He lost; we won.
Jump forward a couple of centuries, and what has really changed? We have Kim Jong Il, son of the brutal Stalinist Kim Il Sung. Both men have a mystical make-believe background that puts them on the same level as deity, and when his father, the "Great Leader," died in 1994, Kim Jong Il – known as "Dear One" to the beaten, brain-washed and broken people of North Korea – inherited a decimated land and a desperate populace.
But in true communist fashion, Kim cared nothing for the people, keeping himself fat and indulging every pleasure while the average Korean actually shrank statistically in size. Like King George, Kim cannot be reasoned with, he lies and fights the very people who feed him at every turn, and has tried to squelch the freedom of his own people and the rest of the world with the greatest threat to touch the land: nuclear weapons. He knows he cannot be defeated by mere peasants (especially when he lives in a land with an unarmed constituency). Unlike King George, however, he doesn't underestimate the United States of America – he simply despises us.
And now we have a more terrifying prospect. King George allied himself with people (through quid pro quo and the old lure of filthy lucre … remember the Hessians?) who turned their wrath on the mutual enemy that is America. For more than two decades, there has been an unholy alliance back and forth between many of the Middle Eastern countries – including Iran and Iraq – and North Korea.
Just last year, when India and Pakistan were on the verge of war, there was a flurry of visits from high-ranking Pakistani leaders to North Korea, touted loudly and praised ad nauseam in the Korean Central News Agency, North Korea's one and only newspaper. This year, there was the sale of 24 missiles to Egypt, whose purpose the State Department could only deduce was to use against Israel, fast friend and ally of America, but enemy to the Arab Nations and North Korea.
Then there was the naval battle this past June between North and South Korea in which people died, and the North's recent admission to kidnapping Japanese citizens (after 30 years of vehement denials – denials which still go on and ring just as hollow when they are confronted on the issue of kidnapped South Koreans). While North Korea paid lip service last year to condemning the terrorist attack on America, it was painfully short-lived. They have continued a close kinship with many of the countries that are the sworn enemies of America, and their state-run newspaper can't go a day without condemning America and threatening to bring it down if it does not "behave."
North Korea does not have the advantage that King George had in having the greatest army to walk the earth, but it has something far more deadly: nothing to lose. Its people are starving, it has suffered almost as many mass defections in the past decade than in the 30 previous years combined, it continuously breaks every treaty, promise and pact it makes in exchange for aid, it is woefully backward and technologically retarded. And to add insult to injury, just beyond the 38th parallel, its brother under a free republic is thriving like no other.
So by way of reasoning, it makes sense that they would seek out others to help them defeat the enemy who has proven to the world what a miserable failure they are. Isn't this the same reason that Iraq and Afghanistan and al-Qaida are determined to wipe the United States off the earth – because they are jealous of our success and livid over the vast evidence of their own failure? With the fall of the Soviet Union and the Western leanings of China, there is none other than the Islamic nations for this totalitarian regime to turn to now. And the ominous rumblings that have been weaving their way from the Korean Peninsula to America for the past dozen years indicate just that.
Why did we ignore these signs, these continuous indicators that there was something very wrong – not only over there, but also with our volatile enemies in the Middle East? Why do we continue to hand over billions in not only food and aid, but even the ability to build their very own nuclear reactor when they do nothing but lie, maliciously engage Republic of Korea and American Forces, torture and brutalize their own people, kidnap and abuse peoples of other nations, and create weapons of mass destruction which they share with countries even more evil and deceived and unstable than they are?
Daniel Pipes wrote an article for the Oct. 9 issue of the New York Post entitled "Korean Delusions" about continued American capitulation in which he stated it perfectly:
"What is it about democracies that at critical moments they delude themselves into thinking that they can contain their totalitarian enemies through a policy of niceness? … Key factors would seem to be:

  • An inability to imagine evil: Citizens of successful states mirror-image and assume that the other side could not be that different from their own.

  • Fatigue: Having to be vigilant, seemingly without end, inspires wishful thinking.

  • Self-recrimination: a tendency to blame oneself for a foe's persistent enmity."
    America is not only a great land, but a good land. We are the only nation in history to take the hand of a defeated enemy and help him rebuild stronger and better than ever, thereby turning him into a friend. It is obvious that this land was shaped by men who relied heavily upon God precisely because they had been made painfully aware of the failings of man.
    But it would appear that we are following one comment Paine made earlier quoted here: We are seeming to rely on time rather than reason to convert wicked enemies to our way of thinking. The problem with that is it works the other way too. How many have been easily led by our enemies' lies and tear-jerking stories of individual suffering that is somehow laid at the feet of our guilt-ridden nation? What we don't seem to understand is something profound that Paine said next in his famous tome:

    As a long and violent abuse of power is generally the means of calling the right of it in question, (and in matters too which might never have been thought of, had not the sufferers been aggravated into the inquiry) and as the [insert tyrant's name here] hath undertaken in his own right, to support the parliament in what he calls theirs, and as the good people of this country are grievously oppressed by the combination, they have an undoubted privilege to inquire into the pretensions of both, and equally to reject the usurpations of either.

    North Korea has indeed been a long and violent abuser of power. So has Iraq … and Iran … and Afghanistan … and Pakistan, and according to Paine, this gives us the right to call it into question. We have been more than aggravated into inquiry now, and if we are not to wallow in the same evil and hypocrisy as our enemies, it is time to open our eyes and close the door to any continued support of these regimes by American dollars and politicians.
    These countries have no rights to make demands of us, or refuse to cooperate when we merely want to rest assured that they are using our help for what it is intended. We support the good people, grievously oppressed, of these miserable nations, and believe they have the undoubted privilege to inquire into the pretensions of these arrogant despots. Yet, so long as we continue to close our eyes to gross evil, believing that if we can't see it, it can't see us, we deserve nothing of the freedoms or privileges of which Paine speaks; such things, after all, oblige us to use a little common sense.

    PART 2:

    Posted: October 29, 2002
    1:00 am Eastern
    By Resa LaRu Kirkland
    © 2010
    Editor's note: This is the second of three commentaries on North Korea and its ties to the Middle East. Be sure to also read Part 1 and Part 3.

    "Agent Kim Hyun Hee was carrying a Japanese passport when she boarded a Korean Airlines plane in Iraq in 1987. She disembarked in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates, leaving behind a bomb planted in a radio. It exploded in flight, killing all 115 people aboard."
    – Washington Post, Oct. 13, 2002, "North Korea's Secret Mission," by Doug Struck
    Why would an agent from North Korea board a plane in Iraq, of all places, in order to deliver a bomb that would blow up an airplane? To this seemingly complex question comes a simple answer: Because she could. To those who still don't quite understand the connection, think logically. After doing so, there can be only one conclusion, and it is that North Korea and the Islamic nations are in cahoots to destroy the only country that stands in their way of making every knee bow to their mutual and iron-fisted rule.
    Back in 1993, the Library of Congress listed the Middle East as the major market for North Korean arms, including such radical groups as the PLO and countries like Libya. The Stalinist state has been known to be a sponsor of terrorism for at least two decades, but only officially listed in recent years. As early as 11 years ago, United States policy experts were reluctantly admitting that the secretive country had enough plutonium for one or two nuclear bombs, but outrageously enough, we justified our continued support of them by making them sign phony-baloney, "feel good" treaties.
    We then had the unmitigated gall to feel shocked when they recently said, "Nyah, nyah, we had them all alo-ooong!" Their behavior is evil, and evil doesn't care about breaking treaties – in fact, such behavior is why they are evil. It is our behavior which is maddening, as we continue to allow them to get away with … well, murder. Remember the saying, "Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me?" We deserve a couple of dozen "Shame on me's!" for we continue to set ourselves up as the fool.
    The evidence of North Korean duplicity and deliberate American ignorance is overwhelming. In 1996, William Perry expressed deep concern for the fact that North Korea's ballistic missiles have a 1,000 kilometer range. With these, they could reach Tokyo, and their buddy Libya can access all of the European countries.
    Only two years later, the validation of this concern went whizzing over Japan with a return address, which read North Korea. In 2001, 50 Ro-Dong missiles were sent to Libya. And just this year, 24 No-Dongs went to Egypt. Such happenings were cause for such deep concern that just before Perry left office, he made the remarkable statement that he considered North Korea a bigger threat than even the Middle East. It would appear to me that this is because North Korea is a country, not the radical, disorganized insanity of a few Islamic groups. North Korea's evil is instead institutionalized – written in blood throughout their history. But that doesn't make the Middle East any less guilty of wretched brutality.
    It is obvious that there is much quid pro quo going on here. Iraq has trained with and in turn been trained by North Korea. Iraq has helped North Korea in its continued disruptions of peace and murder of innocents, most not as obvious as the KAL bombing in 1987, but still as inherently malevolent. In August 2000, the news that Iraq and North Korea were together in the creation of new Scud missiles raised eyebrows but did nothing to quell the continuing, almost frantic desire to live in denial.
    In researching the issue of whether Islam and the last bastion of Stalin's legacy actually have a spoken or written agreement that they will work in conjunction to destroy America and her allies, I have found plenty of implications by those in the know. The occasional outright admittance of a relationship can be found, but for the most part, no one wants to own up and say that the two are allied with one focused goal: to wipe America andIsrael off the face of the earth and rule with blood and terror. But if you go and look at the sources themselves, and study them with the knowledge of their shared goal, it is written out in plain speech.
    In the North Korean state-run newspaper, any reference to America, and its "puppet" South Korea, sounds as if Boris and Natasha are on the phone with Fearless Leader plotting "beeg" trouble for "Moose and Skverl" (no, I didn't spell squirrel wrong … say it like Natasha would say it!) Read anything written by Islamic papers and it is like reading Satan's take on the Bible. Both sides take rampant advantage of the American "sentimentality" toward the individual human life.
    Communism cares nothing for life, and combine that with the Asian belief of instant reincarnation for the killed and fantastic eternal bliss for the martyr, the ease with which they kill and die is understandable, although inexcusable. In Islam, they feel it is their obligation in obedience to Allah to kill the infidel, and don't fear death themselves because of the outrageous promises eternity holds for them. Thusly, how do you deal with a country not afraid to kill or die? How do you stop them when you don't want to kill, but they do? When you don't want to die, but they do? When you keep your promises, but they don't?
    They are treacherous, unleashed and unchecked evil, who live only to destroy us and, worst of all, it is becoming horrifyingly apparent that we know this, and seem to be hoping it will just go away. It is the gorilla in the room that everyone mutually agrees to ignore as if by so doing, we render the creature impotent.
    If you ask me – and I know you're dying to! – this is America's evil: We know and do nothing with this knowledge. It is unconscionable that we continue diplomacy and outright capitulation in spite of such obvious efforts against us.
    The evidence of young men attending flight school, warnings of militant Islamic training schools, North Korean ships and subs kidnapping people, firing upon other countries, selling weapons to terrorist states and their nuclear programs, and now North Korea's blatant "Yeah-we-did-it … whatcha-gonna-do-about-it" attitude are such barefaced indicators that we are fast losing our right to self-pity when as the obvious becomes reality.
    Forget past bombings, attacks, hijackings, forget the fact that someday, when my grandchildren read about this time in history books, they will look at me incredulously and remark, "What were you thinking? How could you ignore such obvious signs?"
    Forget the fact that had we heeded just one of these indicators in the past, thousands of people would still be alive. Forget it all. And while you're at it, forget the children in North Korea who are starving, whose parents have abandoned them in their own desperate hunt for food.. Forget the Japanese and South Korean citizens who have been forcibly removed from their countries for decades, and the decades of lies and denial by North Korea, and the families separated by the ongoing 50 year war. Forget the Twin Towers, the four evaporated airplanes, the nuclear capability in the hands of reciprocal madmen. Forget the fact that our belief in defense by MAD (Mutually Assured Destruction) will never work with fanatics.
    In fact, forget the Constitution, forget our moral obligation, forget the torture, the suffering, the misogyny, and Marlon Brando whispering, "the horror!" Forget it all, but remember this: When all is said and done, and we are writing the history of the time that is fast approaching, the words emerging on the computer screens of the future will show that Armageddon had its roots deeply embedded in North Korea, that we knew it all along, and that in spite of our claims of "Never Again!" after Hitler and Pol Pot, we did nothing.

    Part 3:

    2-front war

    Posted: October 30, 2002
    1:00 am Eastern
    By Resa LaRu Kirkland
    © 2010
    Editor's note: This is the third of three commentaries on North Korea and its ties to the Middle East. Be sure to also read Part 1 and Part 2.

    "[James] Kelly made it clear that something had gone dreadfully wrong in his trip to the North."
    – "A Puzzling Move by Pyongyang," by Don Kirk, MSNBC, Oct. 18, 2002
    Years ago, I was telling friends and associates that if they wanted to watch the birth of Armageddon, look to North Korea. They laughed. And when they dried their eyes, they laughed again. Then they said, "Everyone knows that it's coming out of the Middle East … even the Bible says that, dummy!"
    I swallowed, and went on to risk looking even more the fool.
    I told them yes, indeed, the Middle East will be involved, and because they are larger, it will seem as if it is all them. But I reminded them to study history, and the way God works. You see, it is always the thing you never expected that gets you. This is how He tests our mettle … sort of "What-will-you-do-if-I-throw-this-at-you" situation. How we respond with foresight and wisdom determines our success. But being a loving Father, He always gives us plenty of indicators – signs, if you will – that we might do our best to be prepared in the face of great evil, for He wants us to succeed. He designed us for success. He achieves nothing on our behalf if we lose.
    And beyond that, we have seen in the past – over and over again – that evil seeks out evil, that they create secret combinations and make blood oaths against the good people of the earth. They bond together in their mutual treachery, and no malevolence is too much for them to consider. They will try to distract us from their wickedness by claiming it is all for God – as Islam does. Or it is our fault for being fat, spoiled Americans – as North Korea does daily. Or, even more vile, they will point to American sins and excess and claim that we are merely "reaping what we've sown." And being kind, forgiving and self-evaluating people, we hesitate just long enough for them to strike at us.
    Last year, Pakistan was on the verge of war with India – which terrified us – because we well-documented Pakistan's nuclear technology, and know of their intimate relationship with North Korea. The man who is at the head of the nuclear program in Pakistan hates all things Western … he and North Korea were made for each other. That is exactly the problem.
    "A barter deal that traded North Korean missile technology for Pakistani nuclear know-how was engineered by A.Q. Khan, the father of Pakistan's bomb and a man whose anti-Western values have been known for years, sources told NBC News on Friday. News of the involvement of Pakistan's top scientist in the secret pact comes on the heels of North Korea's admission that it has been pursuing nuclear weapons in violation of a 1994 agreement with Washington …
    "U.S. OFFICIALS who spoke on condition of anonymity told NBC News on Friday that Pakistan, a key ally in the U.S. war on terrorism, was a major technology supplier of North Korea's nuclear weapons program … "Khan visited North Korea in the late 1990s," a reliable source outside the government said, noting that the eminent scientist provided "information and technology" to the North Koreans and also hosted a delegation from Pyongyang in Pakistan."
    – "Pakistan Scientist Brokered N. Korean Deal," by Robert Windrem, MSNBC, Oct. 18, 2002
    What is most remarkable about this is that it comes as no surprise whatsoever to U.S. officials. We have considered Khan an "evil scientist" for decades, with well-documented reasons. Thirty years ago, he was accused of stealing the formula for making bomb-grade plutonium from the Amsterdam Physical Dynamics Research Laboratory where he was working at the time. The greatest irony of this is the fact that FDO is a subsidiary of the European nuclear facility URENCO, which was created by Great Britain, Germany and the Netherlands because they didn't want to be dependent on American nuclear fuel, and wanted to supply their own enriched uranium.
    That arrogant and very European justification for creating a potential learning ground for terrorists could be the downfall of the most powerfulcountry in the world – their ally, no less – and the only country on earth who could save them from attack. In other words, if we go down, they aren't far behind us. They may very well be responsible for their own future demise.
    Efforts to try Khan as a spy for Pakistan fell through. Back home, he was touted as a national hero. Of course, Khan blamed the charges on the Western influence and, of course, couldn't miss slipping Israel in there when he said: "All Western countries, including Israel, are not only the enemies of Pakistan but in fact of Islam. Had any other Muslim country instead of Pakistan made this progress, they would have conducted the same poisonous propaganda about it. The examples of Iraq and Libya are before you."
    We are left to wonder: Pakistan was supposed to be on our side – right? They are our friends, and friends don't abandon one another. That is what the term "allies" means – right? But, wait … in the latest battle with the Middle East, we have seen countries like Saudi Arabia waffle on commitment, and European nations like Germany as well. This is fast shaping up to be Israel and America against the rest of the world, and leading the way against us will be the Middle East, shoved from behind by North Korea. We have trusted Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf, and yet he is the one who promoted Khan in 1998 for his great service to Pakistan. We suspect – and facts are beginning to back it – that Khan provided North Korea with the knowledge they would need to produce enriched uranium – the stuff most vital for a Hiroshima-like bomb.
    Now comes the why. Why would North Korea be aiding the Middle East, and vice versa? North Korea is not Islamic, and the Middle East is not communist. Islam is doing their deeds in the name of Allah, and North Korea is all about Marxism-Leninism. North Korea despises all things that make their people rely on someone other than the government – such as religion – and the Middle East fought a war 20 years ago to oust communism. So why would they make this unholy alliance? Have they come together in their mutual hatred for America and Israel – two successful countries who epitomize everything they hate – or is it something more?
    Yes to both.
    A couple of years back while I was watching the news, a political analyst made the statement that America could never sustain a two-front war today as they did in World War II. I felt an ominous shudder. I believe with all my heart that North Korea is aware of this, and is now arrogantly flaunting the fact that it can nuke us, and there is nothing we can do about it.
    They know we are busy in the Middle East and that, right now, that is our top priority. What better time for them to finish what they began 50 years ago? This is their chance, and they know it all too well. They've waited decades for such an opportunity, and they aren't about to miss it. The signs are all there – they have been for some time now – and now with North Korea's admittance, it seems that nothing and no one can stop them.
    "A top official told NBC News on Thursday night that the United States could not challenge North Korea because there were only so many crises it could handle at the same time."
    – "N Korea's Brazen Scam," by Andrea Mitchell, Oct. 18, 2002
    Only so many crises we can handle at one time. None of my friends are laughing anymore.

    Am I to believe that some mom in Idaho (at the time, that's where I lived) figured this out, but our leaders didn't?  Puhleeeeeze.....if it'd been a snake it'd have bitten everyone.  Why oh why do we insist on denying the painfully obvious?  'Cause in so doing, we are left with only "painful."

  • OK, two days worth of news just went up at KCNA

    Looking over it now, but not a good sign.  They're distracted with something....what or what might it be?  Looks like we've got a groovy mystery on our hands...maybe they'll tell me if I offer them a Scooby Snack?


    ...NOT a good sign.  We're going to see something beyond the surface to air they impotently launched yesterday.  Before the end of this year, mark my words, UNLESS we wise up and intervene, it's inevitable.  Evil can NEVER be relied on to discipline itself.

    Lesson?  We should have finished this 60 years ago.  This is the eternal lesson...nipping it in the bud stops it from blooming into an unwieldly mess.  Our fagatronics will destroy us if we don't take our nuts back from Political Castration.

    Saturday, November 27, 2010


    By:  Resa LaRu Kirkland  

    You know the man on the right.  He’s hard to miss with his ridiculous hair and Dr. Evil wardrobe.  But do you recognize the man on the left?  Most of you probably don’t.  Allow me to give you a refresher.

    After we won the Tet Offensive in 1968, the Hippy Press here in America sank to new depths.  Walter Cronkite, “the most trusted man in America,” made a perverse choice.

    He told America that after what happened at Tet, surely the war was now lost.

    So what happened at Tet?  This 1995 interview by Wall Street Journal’s Stephen Young of North Vietnamese Col. Bui Tin tells us pretty clearly:

    Question: How did Hanoi intend to defeat the Americans?
    Answer: By fighting a long war which would break their will to help South Vietnam. Ho Chi Minh said, "We don't need to win military victories, we only need to hit them until they give up and get out."

    Q: Was the American antiwar movement important to Hanoi's victory? 
    A:  It was essential to our strategy.  Support of the war from our rear was completely secure while the American rear was vulnerable.  Every day our leadership would listen to world news over the radio at 9 a.m. to follow the growth of the American antiwar movement.  Visits to Hanoi by people like Jane Fonda, and former Attorney General Ramsey Clark and ministers gave us confidence that we should hold on in the face of battlefield reverses. We were elated when Jane Fonda, wearing a red Vietnamese dress, said at a press conference that she was ashamed of American actions in the war and that she would struggle along with us. 

    Q: Did the Politburo pay attention to these visits? 
    A: Keenly. 

    Q: Why? 
    A: Those people represented the conscience of America. The conscience of America was part of its war-making capability, and we were turning that power in our favor. America lost because of its democracy; through dissent and protest it lost the ability to mobilize a will to win.

    Q: What was the purpose of the 1968 Tet Offensive? 
    A: To relieve the pressure Gen. Westmoreland was putting on us in late 1966 and 1967 and to weaken American resolve during a presidential election year.

    Tet was designed to influence American public opinion. We would attack poorly defended parts of South Vietnam cities during a holiday and a truce when few South Vietnamese troops would be on duty. Before the main attack, we would entice American units to advance close to the borders, away from the cities. By attacking all South Vietnam's major cities, we would spread out our forces and neutralize the impact of American firepower. Attacking on a broad front, we would lose some battles but win others. We used local forces nearby each target to frustrate discovery of our plans. Small teams, like the one which attacked the U.S. Embassy in Saigon, would be sufficient. It was a guerrilla strategy of hit-and-run raids.

    Q: What about the results? 
    A: Our losses were staggering and a complete surprise. Giap later told me that Tet had been a military defeat, though we had gained the planned political advantages when Johnson agreed to negotiate and did not run for re-election. The second and third waves in May and September were, in retrospect, mistakes. Our forces in the South were nearly wiped out by all the fighting in 1968. It took us until 1971 to re-establish our presence, but we had to use North Vietnamese troops as local guerrillas. If the American forces had not begun to withdraw under Nixon in 1969, they could have punished us severely. We suffered badly in 1969 and 1970 as it was. 

    Q: What of Nixon? 
    A: Well, when Nixon stepped down because of Watergate we knew we would win. Pham Van Dong [prime minister of North Vietnam] said of Gerald Ford, the new president, "he's the weakest president in U.S. history; the people didn't elect him; even if you gave him candy, he doesn't dare to intervene in Vietnam again." We tested Ford's resolve by attacking Phuoc Long in January 1975. When Ford kept American B-52's in their hangers, our leadership decided on a big offensive against South Vietnam. 

    Q: What else? 
    A: We had the impression that American commanders had their hands tied by political factors. Your generals could never deploy a maximum force for greatest military effect.

    I want you to keep this interview in mind as I juxtapose what has happened this month with the LA missile and North Korea’s declaration of war in their attack of the South Korean island Yeonpyeong with the Cronkiting of the Vietnam War.

    On November 8, 2010, a large, two stage, ballistic missile launched from a submarine lit up the early evening rush hour sky off the California coast.  And what did we do?

    Nothing.  Not only did we do nothing, but our own leaders lied to us and covered it up.
    Our own leaders. 

    North Korea and China didn’t have to worry about consequences, sanctions, condemnations, or reciprocity.  In fact, they didn’t even have to worry about us marching in the street demanding their heads.  They were given a pass, a get out of jail free card, a political thumbs up.

    So tell me…if you were Kim Jong-il, who wants to hand his kingdom over to his son soon, what would that say to you? 

    The exact same thing it said to Col. Tin.  It would tell you that if we aren’t willing to defend ourselves, and would in fact call this horrific breach of our sovereignty everything except what it actually was, how likely are we to defend an ally?

    The LA missile was this administration’s Phuoc Loc:  a test by an enemy of our resolve.  When we did nothing, they took that green light and ran to the next intersection a little closer to home but still a message to us.  I’m surprised our administration didn’t force the South Korean government to join in the mass delusion we’ve seen in the outrageous explanations here to tell its people that what happened on Yeonpyeong was merely airplane contrails.

    And to top it off, China isn’t even willing to play “Let’s pretend!” anymore; their sheep’s clothing is off and their true, Maoist selves are utterly exposed.  North Korea may be a tool, but that tool is made in China, used by China, and when finished, will be destroyed by China, ‘cause evil always inevitably eats its own.

    But more than what is being said and done is the alarming pattern being established.  Why is that important?  Because patterns are mathematical, and math is the language of the universe.  No matter how hard we may want it to be different, we are not above the laws of math.  No matter how many laws you enact declaring that 2 + 2=5, it is forever and always will be 4.  Math cannot be Politically Castrated, manipulated with emotion, lies, or force.  It simply “is.”

    In fact, not only did we do nothing to help ourselves or our ally, the NoKo aggression succeeded.  Yep, once again NoKo got good for evil.  They gave death, and we gave words.  According to our pattern, we will soon be sending them more bribe money and supplies, and encouraging other nations to do the same.  And according to their patterns, they will attack again, only sooner and harder this time.  I’ll bet we see something as big or bigger by the end of the year.

    And how did NoKo say thank you for us not returning to them what they gave?  With yet more artillery shelling on November 26, while our own Gen. Walter Sharp was touring the damage on the island.  Yeah, they’re really worried about us!  The world made it clear on Obama’s 2 billion dollar trip-o-ganza how little respect they have for us; physical attack is the next logical step.

    And did China rein in NoKo?  Nope.  After “taking note” of what NoKo had done, they used the last few days to lodge an official protest against the regular joint US-South Korean military exercise.  Make no mistake, people; China supported NoKo with hundreds of thousands of troops, millions in supplies and weaponry, and the use of their mighty weight to stall, alter, and frustrate negotiations during the active phase of the Korean War.  That pattern should be telling you something.  And if China is so great at influencing NoKo, how is it in the past 15 years it hasn’t worked once? 

    Isn’t the answer obvious?  Because what China says publicly doesn’t come close to resembling what they are clearly doing privately.  No, China’s fruits are obvious, and NoKo is doing exactly what they want them to do.  And don’t believe for one moment they would never support NoKo in war because they fear mass refugees.  They will handle these new unwanted the same way they handle their own unwanted, and you know how they handle their own who become “inconvenient.”

    It is Mutually Assured Destruction, alright…two enemy nations agreeing on how to destroy us and our allies.

    Patterns don’t lie.  This pattern of giving in and giving up, or altering the natural consequences that evil behavior deserves, has been in play for over 40 years now.  And it began with a wretched little man who lied to America about what America was doing; and what the enemy back then had, and hadn’t, done.

    Read again what Col. Tin said about Vietnam, only imagine this time that it is being said by NoKo (parenthesis and contents added by me to help connect):

    “By fighting a long war which would break their will to help South (Korea)…’We don't need to win military victories, we only need to hit them until they give up and get out.’  (The still-going Korean War is on its sixth decade now)

    “Every day our leadership would listen to world news over the (television) at 9 a.m. to follow the (reaction of America’s leadership to our provocations.) (There must have been dancing and kimchee when we covered for them in the LA Mystery Missile.)

    “(Yeonpyeong) was designed to influence American public opinion. We would attack poorly defended parts of South (Korea) during a holiday and a truce when few South (Korean supplies) would be (available.)

    “…he's the weakest president in U.S. history…even if you gave him candy, he doesn't dare to intervene in Korea…We tested (Obama’s) resolve by (launching a ballistic missile off their west coast in November 2010.) When (Obama lied to the American people and covered up our actions), our leadership decided on a big offensive against South (Korea.)

    “We had the impression that American commanders had their hands tied by political factors. Your generals could never deploy a maximum force for greatest military effect.”

    Cronkite is dead and gone, yet the evil tactics he successfully employed remain.  One thing always bothered me about Cronkite’s lies regarding Vietnam.  Pres. Johnson knew damn well that we hadn’t lost Tet; he knew Cronkite was lying.  Yet instead of accusing him of fraud and holding him accountable for the lie, Johnson abandoned the truth of what had really happened and gave up.  Why didn’t Johnson put him on trial for lying about military assaults, victories and defeats, and our troops during war time?

    And why aren’t we doing it now?  Because whether you actually call it that or not, we are at war, complete with submarines, missiles, and lie after lie from our own leaders.

    Two plus two is four, people, and subs plus missiles plus shelling plus cover-ups is war.  It was a pattern established from the beginning; not even “the most trusted man in America” was above the laws of math.

    And neither are we.

    Keep the faith, bros, in all things courage, and no substitute for VICTORY.

    Thursday, November 25, 2010

    Ha! Right on cue! And the winner of the WHO ATTACKED WHICH KOREA FIRST award goes to.....

    ...yup, still North Korea, in spite of this mighty attempt at Let's Pretend!  Toldja yesterday they would pull this 13 year old mentality stunt.  Get ready for a mighty guffaw!  From November, 24, 2010, edition of KOREAN CENTRAL NEWS AGENCY (KCNA):

    Statement Released by Spokesman of DPRK Foreign Ministry
    Pyongyang, November 24 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the DPRK Foreign Ministry Wednesday issued the following statement:

    As already reported by the Supreme Command of the KPA, the revolutionary armed forces of the DPRK on Nov. 23 took a decisive self-defensive measure to cope with the enemy's reckless military provocation of firing shells inside the territorial waters of the DPRK side around Yonphyong Islet in the West Sea of Korea.

    The army of the DPRK warned several times that if even a single shell of the enemy is fired inside the territorial waters of the DPRK, it will take a prompt retaliatory strike in connection with the live shell firing drill they planned to stage from Yonphyong Islet while conducting the ill-famed war maneuvers for a war of aggression against the DPRK codenamed Hoguk.

    At 8:00 a.m. on Nov. 23, the very day the incident occurred, the head of the delegation of the DPRK side to the inter-Korean military talks sent a telephone message to the head of the delegation of the enemy side once again strongly urging it to cancel the plan for staging the above-said firing drill in the waters around the islet, the sensitive waters.

    This notwithstanding, the enemy committed such an extremely reckless military provocation as firing dozens of shells from the islet inside the territorial waters of the DPRK side from around 13:00.
    The enemy fired shells from the islet which is so close to the territory of the DPRK that it is within each other's eyeshot despite the fact that there are so many mountains and rivers, sea waters and islets in south Korea. This powder-reeking saber-rattling cannot be construed otherwise than a politically motivated provocation.

    The enemy is claiming that they fired shells southward from the islet in a bid not to get on the nerves of the DPRK but Yonphyong Islet is located deep inside the territorial waters of the DPRK away from the maritime military demarcation line. If live shells are fired from the islet, they are bound to drop inside the territorial waters of the DPRK side no matter in which direction they are fired because of such geographical features.

    The ulterior aim sought by the enemy is to create the impression that the DPRK side recognized the waters off the islet as their "territorial waters", in case that there was no physical counter-action on the part of the former.

    Herein lies the crafty and vicious nature of the enemy's provocation.

    The army of the DPRK took such a self-defensive measure as making a prompt powerful strike at the artillery positions from which the enemy fired the shells as it does not make an empty talk.
    This incident is one more dangerous development which took place because of the illegal "northern limit line" unilaterally fixed by Clark, UN forces commander, as he pleased on Aug. 30, 1953 after the conclusion of the Korean Armistice Agreement.

    The U.S., its followers and some bosses of international bodies should drop such bad habit as thoughtlessly accusing somebody before learning about the truth about the incident.
    If they shield south Korea, the criminal, without principle, just for being their ally, this is little short of feeding oil to the fire.

    The DPRK that sets store by the peace and stability of the Korean Peninsula is now exercising superhuman self-control but the artillery pieces of the army of the DPRK, the defender of justice, remain ready to fire.

    And this:

    S. Korean Group Accused of Scuttling Dialogue and Humanitarian Work
    Pyongyang, November 24 (KCNA) -- After kicking off the war maneuvers for a war of aggression against the DPRK codenamed "Hoguk" the south Korean puppet group perpetrated on Nov. 23 such reckless military provocation as firing dozens of shells inside its territorial waters around Yonphyong Islet in the West Sea of Korea. The revolutionary armed forces of the DPRK took such decisive military step as reacting to the reckless military provocation of the puppet group with a prompt and powerful physical strike.

    Nevertheless, the puppet group dared make an uproar over "a provocation" from someone and cry out for "punishment" like a thief crying "Stop the thief!" To crown all, it announced that it would indefinitely put off the inter-Korean Red Cross talks slated to take place on Nov. 25.

    The C.C., the Red Cross Society of the DPRK in a communique released in this connection on Nov. 24 vehemently denounces the Lee Myung Bak group for derailing the process for improving the inter-Korean relations, scuttling the inter-Korean Red Cross talks and driving the situation to the brink of war by pursuing its policy of confrontation with the DPRK.

    The grave military provocation perpetrated by the puppet group this time and its action to indefinitely delay the above-said talks glaringly show what it sought in remaining dead-set against the improvement of the inter-Korean relations and hamstringing any effort for it, the communique notes, and goes on:

    Given that the south Korean Red Cross declared the indefinite postponement of the talks after being reduced to a waiting maid of the puppet warmongers, we have no idea of remaining committed to settling humanitarian issues any longer.

    The Red Cross of south Korea should be held responsible for having scuttled such humanitarian undertakings as the normalization of the reunion of separated families and relatives before the whole nation.

    The Lee Myung Bak group's treacherous and anti-reunification acts are intolerable as it vitiated the atmosphere for improving the inter-Korean relations overnight and drove the situation to the brink of war, challenging the desire of all the Koreans.

    The Lee group of traitors will never be able to escape severer punishment by the nation as it derailed the noble humanitarian work and is bringing a horrible disaster to the fellow countrymen through its moves to escalate the confrontation with compatriots and war maneuvers.

    More Chinese, apparently in the DPRK while the shelling was going on, or shortly after.  Yeah, China will reign them in all right...they're using NoKo to wage their proxy war.

    Kim Yong Nam Meets Chinese Delegation
    Pyongyang, November 24 (KCNA) -- Kim Yong Nam, president of the Presidium of the DPRK Supreme People's Assembly, met and had a friendly talk with the Chinese government public health delegation led by Minister of Public Health Chen Zhu at the Mansudae Assembly Hall on Nov. 24.

    Chen Zhu said that the traditional relations of friendship and cooperation between the two peoples provided by President Kim Il Sung together with Chairman Mao Zedong and Premier Zhou Enlai are growing stronger as the days go by.

    He recalled that General Secretary Kim Jong Il visited China twice this year, putting the bilateral ties of friendship and cooperation on a new high stage.

    He noted that the Korean people are registering great successes in various fields in the spirit of self-reliance and fortitude.

    He expressed the will to contribute to boosting the exchange between the two governments in the field of public health and medical science in the days ahead.


    DPRK-China Intergovernmental Agreement Inked
    Pyongyang, November 24 (KCNA) -- A DPRK and China intergovernmental agreement on cooperation in the public health and medical science was inked at the Mansudae Assembly Hall on Wednesday.

    Present at the signing ceremony from the DPRK side were Minister of Public Health Choe Chang Sik and officials concerned and from the opposite side members of the Chinese government public health delegation led by Minister of Public Health Chen Zhu, Ambassador Liu Hongcai and staff members of the Chinese embassy here.

    Choe Chang Sik and Chen Zhu signed the agreement.

    Public health, huh...Translation?  We'll keep lyin', you keep tryin.'

    They didn't forget about you, Japan:

    Japan's Wild Ambition for Territorial Expansion under Fire
    Pyongyang, November 24 (KCNA) -- Japan is escalating the territorial disputes with China and Russia these days, claiming Diaoyu Islands in China and the Southern Kurils in Russia belong to it.
    Minju Joson Wednesday observes in a signed commentary in this regard:

    The ulterior aim sought by Japan in noisily peddling the non-existent issues of territories of its neighboring countries is to expand its territory by grabbing territories of other countries.

    The present Japanese authorities' hysteria over territorial disputes is obviously part of their campaign to revive the operations to usurp other countries' territories in the past era of the Japanese imperialists and moves to expand their territory.

    Japan is becoming increasingly assertive for the claim to Tok Islets, part of the inviolable territory of Korea recognized by historical facts and international law. This is designed to grab this part of the territory of Korea at any cost.

    The Japanese authorities are now distributing the maps on which Tok Islets are marked as part of Japan's territory in a bid to implant the distorted historical facts into the minds of the young Japanese.
    Moreover, the Japanese reactionaries again stipulated in the "2010 defense white paper" that Tok Islets are part of the territory of Japan.

    Japan keeps so greedy eye on Tok Islets of Korea or the Southern Kurils of Russia and so on because they are located in the places of great military and geographical importance.

    Japan is a war criminal state which launched a war to occupy large territories of Asian countries, advocating "the Greater East Asia Co-prosperity Sphere" in the past and the only country in the world which has dodged settling its past crimes.

    Japan would be well advised to realize that it is a wise option for it to awake from a pipe dream of territorial aggrandizement.

    Only a hippy loser of commie bastard would call "war games" that happen every year and that they are warned of in advance "warmongering."  I thought the one they used earlier was far more appropriate, given the sours--"war maniacs."

    S. Korean Group's War Maneuvers under Fire
    Pyongyang, November 24 (KCNA) -- The British Association for the Study of Songun Policy and the British Group for the Study of the Juche Idea made public a joint statement on Nov. 18 accusing the U.S. and south Korean war maniacs of their anti-DPRK war maneuvers.

    The statement denounced them for planning to stage the provocative Hoguk war exercises again.
    It went on:

    This saber-rattling poses a serious threat to the peace of the Korean Peninsula and the rest of the world.

    The projected war exercises are part of the ceaseless war maneuvers targeted against the DPRK and run counter to the spirit of the June 15 Joint Declaration and the October 4 declaration.

    They are also part of the moves of the U.S. imperialists and the south Korean authorities to stifle socialist Korea of Juche centered on the popular masses.

    We demand the U.S. imperialists and the south Korean authorities halt at once their war maneuvers for aggression on the DPRK.

    The statement called on the world progressive figures and adherents to the Juche idea, the Songun idea, to take positive actions against the above-said war racket of the U.S. and the south Korean warmongers.

    Had enough?  If not, what's wrong with you?  We're clearly not dealing with sanity or morality here, it's wearying, gets nowhere (which is what they want), allows them to posture, and in the end, we give them the same consequences we give to those who are reasonable and good:  money, aid, and our attention.

    Time to tan the hide of this spoiled little brat.  That should be a good start....the more severe the better.

    Watch for attacks on Japan, probably the mentioned Tok Islet islands first, then both Japan and South Korea proper, beginning with our men at the DMZ.

    Can you say three front war?   'Cause just saying it is not the hardest part.

    Keep the faith, bros, in all things courage, and no substitute for VICTORY.

    Wednesday, November 24, 2010

    After 2 days with no new posts, KOREA CENTRAL NEWS AGENCY puts up 2 days of postings in 2 hours!


    Just kidding...heh heh!

    No, if you're a WARCHICK follower, you know that this is Business As Usual for the Hermit Kingdom.

    The last regular post for the KCNA was November 21st.  Then....silence.

    Until about an hour ago.

    Out of the blue (not missiles this time, but stay tuned,) there were two days' worth of posts, for November 22nd and November 23rd, even though it is now November 24th in Korea.

    Some interesting commie fagatronics too, given what just happened.  Come with me on this magical journey, and lets see what took them 2 1/2 days to put together on their newspaper, shall we?

    Behold! (And for my NoKo bros and sis', my comments will be in your language so you can understand)

    From November 22nd, just put up a bit ago:

    Foreign Delegations Here
    Pyongyang, November 22 (KCNA) -- A Chinese government economic and trade delegation headed by Vice-Minister of Commerce Wang He Min came here on Monday to attend the 6th meeting of the DPRK-China intergovernmental committee for cooperation in economy, trade and science and technology.

    Also arriving on the same day were a delegation of the Agricultural and Forestry Workers Union of China led by Vice-President of its National Committee Jiang Nan, an alma mater-visiting group of Chinese graduates from Kim Il Sung University headed by Xu Wenji, professor of Jilin University of China, a moviemaking team of Chinese serial TV drama "Mao Anying" headed by Zou Xiao Ti and an EU delegation led by Philippe Beke, department director of the Belgian Foreign Ministry.

    That's arot of ChiComs!  I'm sule they wele just talking tlade and science technorogy.  Sulery they welen't up to anything nefalious.

    And this Raff Liot:

    North-South CRTN Issues Inter-Korean Appeal
    Pyongyang, November 22 (KCNA) -- The north's Council for the Reunification of Tangun's Nation and the south's Council for the Peaceful Unification of Tangun's Nation issued a joint appeal on Nov. 17, 105 years since the Japanese imperialists fabricated the "Ulsa Five-point Treaty".

    The U.S. and Japanese imperialists cooked up the "treaty" by putting the Korean nation's sovereignty and territory on the bargaining table and violating them at will through the "Taft-Katsura Agreement" and are still now building up the war crisis in the Korean Peninsula to enslave the Korean nation, far from drawing a lesson, the appeal pointed out.

    Noting that Japan has made desperate efforts to grab Tok Islets, part of Korea's inviolable territory, openly revealing its design for invasion instead of making apology and reparation for its past crimes committed against the Koreans, it went on to say:

    The Korean nation is now standing at the historical crossroad of whether it will see the repeat of the history of national sufferings 100 odd years back or make a new history of reunified nation of Tangun shining with independence and dignity.

    At this grave moment decisive of the future of the nation, we call upon all the compatriots, being convinced again that their happiness and prosperity are guaranteed with independence:

    Smash the outsiders' domination and intervention by dint of independence with the great honor and pride of being members of Tangun's nation that has powerful ability to honorably defend its sovereignty and dignity.
    Oppose the moves of the sycophantic and treacherous forces, the "five traitors in 1905" of contemporary type, for dependence on foreign forces and keep the outsiders from treading on this land any longer.

    Turn out in the anti-war peace struggle for protecting the destiny of the nation and reliably defend our destiny and the security of our nation.

    Open up a new phase for national reunification through the great unity of the nation.

    Conduct a more vigorous grand march for national independence and reunification under the uplifted banner of the idea of "By our nation itself" in the June 15 era.

    All the compatriots in the north and the south, the descendants of Tangun!

    Let all of us devote all our wisdom, efforts, sweat and sincerity with patriotism to hand down to posterity the reunified country shining all over the world with independence and dignity!

    My sides are spritting!

    But wait, thele's mole!

    US Moves to Hold Hegemony in Asia-Pacific Region Flayed
    Pyongyang, November 22 (KCNA) -- The authorities of the U.S., during their recent trip to several Asia-Pacific countries including Japan, south Korea and Australia, discussed some issues with main emphasis on "military cooperation" between the U.S. and Asia-Pacific countries and the buildup of the U.S. armed forces in the region.

    Branding this as a very dangerous move to contain "potential rivals" in the Asia-Pacific region and maintain military domination over the region, a signed commentary of Rodong Sinmun Monday observes:

    The U.S. seeks to establish a new Cold War structure in the region and hold hegemony in it.

    The U.S. is tightening relations with traditional military allies such as Australia, Japan and south Korea and, at the same time, strengthening "military cooperation" with several Asian countries. By doing so, it seeks to heighten the degree of military pressure upon such "potential rivals" as China and Russia and step up the move to lay an encircling ring around them.

    The U.S. tightened military pressure and interference in internal affairs of several Asia-Pacific countries may entail unpredictable consequences, causing split and estrangement and sparking off fierce arms race in those countries.

    The U.S. is trumpeting about "peace and stability" in Asia while styling itself an "Asia-Pacific country", but this is nothing but a cynical ploy to justify its criminal move to bring another Cold War and hold military hegemony. The fictitious "missile threat" from the DPRK floated by the U.S. is also no more than a smokescreen to cover up its arms buildup and scheme for military hegemony over the region.

    Oh the fun!'ll kirring me!

    All Koreans Called upon to Achieve Great National Unity
    Pyongyang, November 22 (KCNA) -- It is the consistent stand of the DPRK for national reunification to achieve great national unity.

    Rodong Sinmun Monday observes this in a signed article.

    It goes on:

    Great national unity and national reunification are the crucial issues related to the destiny of the Koreans.
    Koreans are the driving force for the country's reunification and national reunification is a sacred cause of achieving independence of the nation through the unity of all the Koreans.

    Any attempt to settle the issues of the nation and reunification in reliance upon outside forces, turning away from great national unity and the driving force, would bring greater national misfortune. It is nothing but an empty talk to mention national reconciliation and cooperation in pursuance of the reliance upon outside forces and national reunification can hardly be expected without the nation's independence. It is the lesson taught by history that the rights and interests of the nation and the national character and dignity are bound to be trampled down and it cannot escape national maltreatment and insult and the fate of a stateless nation if it, deprived of independence, is not freed from the outside forces' domination and subjugation.

    Whoever has the soul of the Korean nation cannot turn away from national unity and reunification. All Koreans who are members of the Korean nation and stand for national reconciliation and reunification should unite close under the banner of great national unity irrespective of idea, political view and religious belief whether they live in the north and the south or overseas.

    Independent reunification and peace and prosperity are sure to come only when all the Koreans unite close as one, guided by the idea of "By our nation itself" and uphold the June 15 joint declaration and the October 4 declaration and positively implement them, concludes the article.

    Now lemembel, arr of these all posted in the past few houls but craim to be fol the 22nd!

    Resignation of Puppet Government Urged in S. Korea
    Pyongyang, November 22 (KCNA) -- The Solidarity of Four Major Religious Orders against the Project for Improvement of Four Large Rivers in south Korea held a meeting at the Christian Hall in Seoul on Nov. 19, demanding the resignation of the puppet government swimming against the mindset of the people.

    Speakers at the meeting pointed out that the project for improvement of four large rivers, rushed by the authorities, is seriously damaging the ecology of south Korea, making the common people homeless.

    They warned that the authorities would face a serious crisis unless they meet the demand of the people for prompt halt to the project.

    And this derightfur Starinist lomp!

    Struggle against Authorities' Misrule Declared in S. Korea
    Pyongyang, November 22 (KCNA) -- The south Korean Confederation of Trade Unions held a meeting in Seoul on Nov. 18, declaring the struggle against the puppet authorities' unpopular rule.

    The organization charged that an "amendment to the law on stable job", being pushed by the Lee Myung Bak "government" and the "Grand National Party" these days, is intended to intensify the exploitation of workers.

    The confederation declared that it would wage an all-out struggle including rally, meeting of industrial branches and sit-in strike to strongly protest against the anti-worker policy of the "government" and demand the repeal of all sorts of evil laws threatening the popular masses' right to existence, the provision of the right to labor and others.

    And from November 23rd, just added a couple of hours ago: (NoKo language in my comments for your convenience again...I'm just nice that way)

    KPA Supreme Command Issues Communique
    Pyongyang, November 23 (KCNA) -- The Supreme Command of the Korean People's Army Tuesday released the following communique:

    The south Korean puppet group perpetrated such reckless military provocation as firing dozens of shells inside the territorial waters of the DPRK side around Yonphyong Islet in the West Sea of Korea from 13:00 on Nov. 23 despite the repeated warnings of the DPRK while staging the war maneuvers for a war of aggression on it codenamed Hoguk, escalating the tension on the Korean Peninsula.

    The above-said military provocation is part of its sinister attempt to defend the brigandish "northern limit line," while frequently infiltrating its naval warships into the territorial waters of the DPRK side under the pretext of "intercepting fishing boats."

    The revolutionary armed forces of the DPRK standing guard over the inviolable territorial waters of the country took such decisive military step as reacting to the military provocation of the puppet group with a prompt powerful physical strike.

    It is a traditional mode of counter-action of the army of the DPRK to counter the firing of the provocateurs with merciless strikes.

    Should the south Korean puppet group dare intrude into the territorial waters of the DPRK even 0.001 mm, the revolutionary armed forces of the DPRK will unhesitatingly continue taking merciless military counter-actions against it.

    It should bear in mind the solemn warning of the revolutionary armed forces of the DPRK that they do not make an empty talk.

    There is in the West Sea of Korea only the maritime military demarcation line set by the DPRK.

    Bwah hah hah hah!  Oh those wacky Nolth Koleans!  What fun!

    DPRK-China Inter-Governmental Cooperation Committee Meets
    Pyongyang, November 23 (KCNA) -- The Sixth Meeting of the DPRK-China Intergovernmental Committee for Cooperation in Economy, Trade, Science and Technology took place at the People's Palace of Culture Tuesday.

    Present there were Ku Pon Thae, vice-minister of Foreign Trade, officials concerned, members of a Chinese government economic and trade delegation headed by Vice-Minister of Commerce Wang Hemin and Wang Zhilin, economic and commercial councilor of the Chinese embassy here.

    The meeting discussed the issue for boosting the economic and trade relations between the two countries.

    Anothel ChiCom tlade and technorogy meeting.  They sule ale an industlious bunch!  I'm sule that's arr they wele up to...when have those two evel done anything evir?

    DPRK, China Sign Agreement on Economic and Technical Cooperation
    Pyongyang, November 23 (KCNA) -- An inter-governmental agreement on economic and technical cooperation was signed between the DPRK and China in Pyongyang Tuesday.

    Present at the signing ceremony were Vice-Minister of Foreign Trade Ku Pon Thae and officials concerned from the DPRK side and the members of a Chinese government economic and trade delegation headed by Vice-Minister of Commerce Wang Hemin and Wang Zhilin, economic and commercial councilor of the Chinese embassy here, from the opposite side.

    Ku Pon Thae and Wang Hemin inked the agreement.

    Hey!  They signed an agleement!  Holns and palty hats!  That's what they wele doing whire the shells wele farring!  I totarry buy that!

    KCNA Delegation Leaves for Turkey
    Pyongyang, November 23 (KCNA) -- A delegation of the Korean Central News Agency headed by its Vice General Director Kim Chang Gwang left here on Tuesday to participate in the 14th general meeting of the Organization of Asia-Pacific News Agencies (OANA) to be held in Turkey.

    Just in time fol Thanksgiving...Tulkey...bwah hah hah!  Oh come on, this one even lear?

    Iranian Film Week Opens
    Pyongyang, November 23 (KCNA) -- An Iranian film week was opened with due ceremony at the Chollima Hall of Culture in the DPRK Tuesday.

    Present at the opening ceremony were Jon Yong Jin, vice-chairman of the Korean Committee for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries who doubles as vice-chairman of the DPRK-Iran Friendship Association, Pak Chun Nam, vice-chairman of the State Film Commission, officials concerned, working people in the city, Morteza Moradian, Iranian ambassador to the DPRK, and staff members of his embassy.

    Diplomatic envoys of different countries were present there on invitation.

    Speeches were made at the opening ceremony.

    The participants enjoyed an Iranian feature film.

    Ilan?  How Murticurtular of you!  I totarry mislead you...I see NO halm in this.  I'm sule they wele just watching DLIVING MISS DAISY.

    Large, Minor Power Stations under Construction
    Pyongyang, November 23 (KCNA) -- The construction of large and minor hydraulic power stations has made headway in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.

    The Huichon Power Station is taking shape thanks to the painstaking effort of the constructors who have been encouraged by repeated field guidance of Kim Jong Il.

    They have introduced daring construction methods in the dam project to bring about good results in concrete tamping.

    They are also making a progress in waterway tunneling, tunnel-widening and concrete covering projects, the construction of generator room and the transmission line laying project.

    The builders of Paektusan Songun Youth Power Station No. 1 have completed the construction of the generator room and floodgates, and iron pipe assembling and successfully finished the final damming up of a temporary waterway.

    The builders of Orangchon Power Station No. 2 are concentrating on the tunnel-widening and concrete tamping projects.

    After mainly finishing the foundation work of the dam's core wall in a year or little more, the builders of the Wonsan Army-Civilian Power Station are pushing ahead with all the projects in a three-dimensional way.

    Meanwhile, the Yonha Power Station and some other minor power stations are nearing completion and scores of power stations are under construction in Jagang, South Hamgyong, Kangwon, Ryanggang and other provinces.

    Huh...widening undel glound tunners, conclete coveling plojects, powel prants...yep, nothing to see hele.

    KCNA Blasts US Moves to Tighten Its Alliance with S. Korea
    Pyongyang, November 23 (KCNA) -- It is reported recently that the U.S. is working hard to tighten its alliance for aggression with south Korea in all aspects.

    The U.S. worked out new "defence cooperation guidelines" on the basis of upgrading its alliance with south Korea with its level and prospect in the new century in view. High-ranking officials of the U.S. Administration in public appearances asserted the importance of a new alliance with south Korea.

    There came into being a strategic consultative mechanism for commanding a U.S.-Japan-south Korea force for actual operations and military consultative systems for various branches of arms were rounded off under the pretext of coping with the non-existent "threat" from the DPRK.

    It was against this backdrop that the U.S. Department of Defense announced that it would stage the U.S.-south Korea joint military exercises in the West Sea of Korea at any cost with its nuclear-powered carrier George Washington involved.

    The evermore undisguised moves of the U.S. to tighten the above-said alliance hint at a new phase of unchallenged military action to put not only the Korean Peninsula but the whole of the Asia-Pacific region under its control.

    The peninsula is the main target of the U.S. Asian strategy from a geopolitical point of view.
    In pursuance of its political and military purposes the U.S. is desperately driving the south Korean bellicose forces into confrontation with the DPRK and thereby pushing the situation on the peninsula to an extreme phase.

    The Korean Peninsula is the region where the north and the south are standing in acute confrontation and it is surrounded by big powers. It is, therefore, the strategic calculation of the U.S. to overpower its military rivals and realize its ambition for dominating the above-said region, taking advantage of the role of south Korea, its junior ally.

    This is clear from what was stated in the new "defence cooperation guidelines." What merits most serious attention is that these guidelines call on the U.S. and south Korea to boost the regional "cooperation" through bilateral, tripartite and multilateral activities while maintaining what it called "firm combined defence posture" on the peninsula.

    What should not be overlooked, in particular, is the fact that the guidelines envisage expanding the scope of their application by including Northeast Asian countries in the "defence cooperation" projects, going beyond the limit that "both sides shall defend themselves from outside armed attack" stipulated in the "U.S.-south Korea mutual defence treaty" concluded several decades ago.

    The above-said facts provide an irrefutable testimony that the U.S. strategic scenario for carrying out its strategy for dominating the Asia-Pacific region is at the phase of its implementation.

    The moves stepped up by the U.S. to tighten the alliance under the fictitious "threat" from the DPRK are nothing but a serious military provocation as they drive the situation into an extreme phase.

    The U.S. is the arch criminal threatening the peace and stability of the region including the peninsula and making the hostile relations persist there.

    The above-said moves of the U.S. should be held in check at once.

    Can't we arr just get arong?  Awww...we'le pissing off the Del Readel.  That's a bad Amelica!

    "2010 White Paper on Unification" Termed Politically Motivated Paper
    Pyongyang, November 23 (KCNA) -- The Ministry of Unification of south Korea recently published "2010 white paper on unification" allegedly reviewing what it has done from January last year to June this year.
    Minju Joson Tuesday observes in a signed commentary in this regard: The white paper published by the above-said ministry is a politically motivated document peppered with phrases embellishing its anti-reunification acts.

    This is clearly evidenced by the fact that the white paper mentioned no word about the north-south joint declarations even though it let loose a string of balderdash about "the establishment of principled south-north relations".

    The white paper also said that "cooperation and contacts have been brisk with main emphasis on cultural, academic, sports, religious issues and other purely socio-cultural exchanges", another clear indication that it is a politically motivated sham paper as it falsifies facts. The number of south Korean tourists who toured Mt. Kumgang and visited Kaesong and Pyongyang totaled more than 300 000 in 2008 but there has been not a single south Korean tourist since 2009.

    It would be appropriate to call the white paper a white paper for division and confrontation.

    By working out the white paper the coteries of the ministry sought to lead elsewhere the public opinion critical of it, tide over the ever-worsening ruling crisis and, furthermore, put spurs to the moves to escalate the confrontation with fellow countrymen and ignite a war.

    The south Korean authorities would be well advised to roll back "their policy towards the north" aimed at escalating the above-said confrontation, though belatedly, and opt for improving the north-south relations.

    White Papel?  We so lacist!

    S. Korea Urged to Opt for Implementing Inter-Korean Joint Declarations
    Pyongyang, November 23 (KCNA) -- The committee for promoting the work to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the formation of the Pan-national Alliance for Korea's Reunification in south Korea made public a declaration on the situation on Nov. 19 urging the puppet authorities to implement the June 15 joint declaration and the October 4 declaration.

    The declaration denounced the present regime for persistently pursuing the confrontation with fellow countrymen, totally negating the above-said declarations and only repeating the absurd watchwords "no nukes, opening and 3000 dollars", "unification tax" and the like.

    It held that if the present regime is to improve the inter-Korean relations, it should opt for implementing the above-mentioned declarations to the letter.

    The authorities should immediately lift the labeling of the South Headquarters of the Pan-national Alliance for Korea's Reunification as an "enemy-benefiting organization" and guarantee its legitimate activities, in particular.
    It called upon the pro-reunification movement organizations of various circles to make more strenuous efforts to achieve Korea's reunification through solidarity and alliance.

    I'm getting might sick of those puppet autholities!  They stalting to piss me off...puppets are cleepy!

    Taking arr bets now...tomollow's papel, what wirr it say?

    How about:

    South Kolea attacks Nolth Kolea in unplovoked attack!  Evelyone learry pissed off, now we have to get oul missires out of cord stolage and file back, even though we'd lathel go on a picnic ol something mole fun and festive rike that, 'cause ratery we've been feering a rittre ronery...pool rittre me...

    Sorry...channered TEAM AMELICA fol a minute.  Stay tuned, this is gonna be fun, peopre!

    OK, enough NoKo speak...back to the normal "l's" and "r's."  God Bless America!