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Thread: Accumulated DPRK Counter-Narrative

  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by Dhalgren View Post
    China does appear to be turning its back on DPRK, but China is in a precarious position. China and no one else quite understands the Trump thing. They got Kim on one side and The Donald on the other. But the stoppage of coal sales is critical and I admit I don't understand it. This is crippling for DPRK and it really gets China nothing from the US.

    Anyway, DPRK cannot give up their nukes and China should know better - except for the Trump wild card. China feels unsure of Trump...join the club.
    Dunno how much of this is expediency, just to chill Trump for time being. Some 'bright/shiny' will get his attention soon enough, especially if things bog down. As for his 'unpredictability', he might be wearing out that gambit pretty quick. Recent events make it clear that he is on a leash and cannot go far beyond the imperialist program. What Trump does, all he does, is throw up glitzy facades around mediocre, overpriced product and his presidency is much the same. He will declare victory after taking a shit. I think the Chinese gotta have his number and will play him, and they got a hole card, massive piles of US debt. Coal shipments can be resumed easily. Hell, that 'cry of anguish' from NK might be feigned. Dare I say 'Kabuki Theater'?
    "We say to the workers: 'You will have to go through fifteen, twenty, fifty years of civil wars and international wars, not only in order to change existing conditions, but also in order to change yourselves and fit yourselves for the exercise of political power."'

    MARX (On the Communist Trial at Cologne, 1851).

  2. #22
    Running Hwasong-12
    colonelcassad
    May 15, 18:21



    Running Hwasong-12 ballistic missile, which was held yesterday in the DPRK.
    The missile is capable of not only hitting US bases and other targets in South Korea and Japan, but also with the stock fly to the US base on Guam.









    http://colonelcassad.livejournal.com/3420025.html

    Google Translator

    Did I hear a "Fuck You!"?
    "We say to the workers: 'You will have to go through fifteen, twenty, fifty years of civil wars and international wars, not only in order to change existing conditions, but also in order to change yourselves and fit yourselves for the exercise of political power."'

    MARX (On the Communist Trial at Cologne, 1851).

  3. #23
    WP of Korea, DPRK Foreign Ministry Spokesman Rejects Press Statement of UNSC [En]
    Thursday, 18 May 2017 09:11 Worker's Party of Korea E-mail Print PDF

    DPRK Foreign Ministry Spokesman Rejects Press Statement of UNSC [En]

    Pyongyang, May 16 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the DPRK Foreign Ministry Tuesday gave the following answer to a question put by KCNA as regards the successful test-fire of ground-to-ground medium long-range strategic ballistic rocket Hwasong-12:

    The successful test-fire of Hwasong-12 is of great and special significance in ensuring peace and stability in the Korean peninsula and the region, and it is the greatest victory of the Korean people.

    As part of the routine work to raise the nuclear capability to the maximum and thus increase the military capability for self-defense, the test-fire was conducted at the highest angle in consideration of neighboring countries' security. It was aimed at verifying the tactical and technical specifications of newly-developed ballistic rocket capable of carrying a large-size heavy nuclear warhead.

    However, some countries described this legitimate exercise of right to self-defense as "violation" and "threat" and the UNSC issued a press statement pulling up the DPRK over the ballistic rocket launch.

    The DPRK categorically and totally rejects the UNSC's press statement which called into question its bolstering of nuclear deterrence for self-defense, pursuant to the U.S. vicious anti-DPRK policy.

    Just in recent one week the U.S. conducted two test-fires of intercontinental ballistic missiles, but the UNSC never mentioned them.

    The right to self-defense is the first criterion of sovereignty. Therefore, accusation against it is an undisguised encroachment upon sovereignty and an act of rude interference in internal affairs.

    Should the U.S. dare make a military provocation against our State, we will readily counter it.

    The most perfect weapon systems in the world will never be the eternal exclusive property of the U.S., and the day when the DPRK uses corresponding retaliatory means is sure to come.

    Then, the U.S. will come to see for itself whether the ballistic rockets of the DPRK pose actual threat to it or not.

    http://www.solidnet.org/dpr-of-korea...ent-of-unsc-en
    "We say to the workers: 'You will have to go through fifteen, twenty, fifty years of civil wars and international wars, not only in order to change existing conditions, but also in order to change yourselves and fit yourselves for the exercise of political power."'

    MARX (On the Communist Trial at Cologne, 1851).

  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by blindpig View Post
    WP of Korea, DPRK Foreign Ministry Spokesman Rejects Press Statement of UNSC [En]
    Thursday, 18 May 2017 09:11 Worker's Party of Korea E-mail Print PDF

    DPRK Foreign Ministry Spokesman Rejects Press Statement of UNSC [En]

    Pyongyang, May 16 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the DPRK Foreign Ministry Tuesday gave the following answer to a question put by KCNA as regards the successful test-fire of ground-to-ground medium long-range strategic ballistic rocket Hwasong-12:

    The successful test-fire of Hwasong-12 is of great and special significance in ensuring peace and stability in the Korean peninsula and the region, and it is the greatest victory of the Korean people.

    As part of the routine work to raise the nuclear capability to the maximum and thus increase the military capability for self-defense, the test-fire was conducted at the highest angle in consideration of neighboring countries' security. It was aimed at verifying the tactical and technical specifications of newly-developed ballistic rocket capable of carrying a large-size heavy nuclear warhead.

    However, some countries described this legitimate exercise of right to self-defense as "violation" and "threat" and the UNSC issued a press statement pulling up the DPRK over the ballistic rocket launch.

    The DPRK categorically and totally rejects the UNSC's press statement which called into question its bolstering of nuclear deterrence for self-defense, pursuant to the U.S. vicious anti-DPRK policy.

    Just in recent one week the U.S. conducted two test-fires of intercontinental ballistic missiles, but the UNSC never mentioned them.

    The right to self-defense is the first criterion of sovereignty. Therefore, accusation against it is an undisguised encroachment upon sovereignty and an act of rude interference in internal affairs.

    Should the U.S. dare make a military provocation against our State, we will readily counter it.

    The most perfect weapon systems in the world will never be the eternal exclusive property of the U.S., and the day when the DPRK uses corresponding retaliatory means is sure to come.

    Then, the U.S. will come to see for itself whether the ballistic rockets of the DPRK pose actual threat to it or not.

    http://www.solidnet.org/dpr-of-korea...ent-of-unsc-en
    Boy, that was well said! And succinctly true - no bullshit, at all.
    "America was never great"

    "Anyone who analyzes the state of affairs in the world will find that it is the imperialists and capitalists, who subject the world to the worst poverty, the worst backwardness, and they are simply the scourge of mankind." - Fidel

    "Privilege begets psychopathy" - blindpig

  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by Dhalgren View Post
    Boy, that was well said! And succinctly true - no bullshit, at all.
    Yep, and compare that to what they say about NK, what they say that NK said, and you get an inkling about how far down the rabbit hole we've gone. As with Ukraine, as with Syria, as with Venezuela...if they say the sun is shining you better sure as hell look out the window.

    I think people think it hyperbole when I tell them everything on TV is lies but I'm closer than not to the truth.
    "We say to the workers: 'You will have to go through fifteen, twenty, fifty years of civil wars and international wars, not only in order to change existing conditions, but also in order to change yourselves and fit yourselves for the exercise of political power."'

    MARX (On the Communist Trial at Cologne, 1851).

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