But again I saw a pattern playing out, about a month ago, that was confirmed today with the missile launch in Iran.
Over the years the Korean Central News Agency, the one and only state-run newspaper of North Korea and the most outrageously hilarious propaganda in black and white since the USSR printing presses rusted over, records visits from Iran, usually regarding exchange of "farming practices and equipment."
I guess the fact that North Korea has been in an on-again, off-again famine for over 15 years now making the idea of them being "farming giants" or "lectures" preposterous is quickly forgotten when you're from an oil-rich nation with sand up your butt, but for those of us who subscribe to critical thinking, it was impossible to ignore. And of course, always within weeks, either NoKo was conducting some sort of weapons test, or Iran was. Or Libya. Or Syria.
Remember, I coined the term ISLAMMUNISM because I was suspicious of all the Pakistanis in NoKo in the mid-90's, followed by North Korean visits to Pakistan. Then they started cropping up in Iran, Libya, Egypt, Syria, Iraq, etc., with people from those countries visiting NoKo.
And all for FARMING SECRETS? Puhleeeeeeeeeeze!
So about a month ago, I became alarmed at the following articles, and sure enough, today Iran launched a missile. (Watch for something from Libya too, and possibly Egypt, and our closest Communist Cuba. And do NOT forget the betrayal of the "neutral" Swiss to the Jews under Hitler...do NOT trust them...I can hear the ominous rumblings growing....)
See for yourself:
|calendar>>May 29. 2012 Juch 101|
Iranian Diplomats Visit PUFS
|Pyongyang, May 29 (KCNA) -- Ambassador Morteza Moradian and staff
members of the Iranian embassy here visited Pyongyang University of Foreign
Studies on May 29 on the occasion of the week of DPRK-Iran friendship.|
The guests looked round the room dedicated to the history of the university and a lecture room, being briefed on the fact that the university is furnished with facilities for education and scientific work to bring up able students.
At the end of the visit the ambassador said he was pleased to see the successes being achieved in the educational work of the university and the students' study.
He expressed belief that the friendly relations between two countries would steadily develop in various fields under the deep concerns of their leaders.
The guests donated sports equipments to the university.
|calendar>>May 30. 2012 Juch 101|
Iranian Embassy Donates Farming Materials to Co-op Farm
|Pyongyang, May 30 (KCNA) -- The Iranian embassy in Pyongyang
donated farming materials to the DPRK-Iran Friendship Ripsok Co-op Farm in
Mundok County, South Phyongan Province on the week of DPRK-Iran friendship.|
A donating ceremony took place on Wednesday.
Present there were members of the DPRK-Iran Friendship Association, farmers, Iranian Ambassador to the DPRK Morteza Moradian and his embassy officials.
A letter of donation was conveyed after speeches.
The ambassador wished officials and farmers working in the farm associated with the leadership feats of President Kim Il Sung and leader Kim Jong Il greater achievements in agricultural production.
He expressed belief that the relations between the two countries would grow stronger.