North Korea finally opens its mouth...

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    Despite all hopes of survival, Shin, Suk-Ja has died of hepatitis, and her two daughters are living in Pyeong Yang.
    The mother and daughter were coerced to go to North Korea in 1985. After her husband, doctor Oh, Kil-Nam escaped from North Korea in 1986, the mother and daughter have been sent to prison camps.
    If Shin indeed died of hepatitis, shouldn't North Korea should reveal related informations and send Shin's body to South Korea, and let the daughters be reunited with their father, doctor Oh?
     
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    Granny says Kim got it too easy, don't see the sufferin' of his people, don't care either...
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    Forget ‘Foolish and Silly’ Hopes of Reform, Says North Korean Regime
    July 30, 2012 – North Korea has dashed hopes that the recent removal of a top general and Kim Jong-un’s more relaxed style may signal a softening in the Stalinist regime, dismissing speculation about a break with past policies as “a foolish and silly dream.”
     
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    Granny says Kim's new wife pro'bly opened her mouth so her daddy could grow some vegetables...
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    Is North Korea experimenting with change?
    Sep 12,`12 -- Deep in the North Korean countryside, in remote villages that outsiders seldom reach, farmers are now said to be given nearly one-third of their harvests to sell at market prices. Collective farms are reportedly being reorganized into something closer to family farms. State propagandists are expounding the glories of change under the country's new young leader.
     
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    Dey openin' dey's mouth an' sayin' dey gonna delay dat rocket launch...
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    NKorea extending rocket launch period to Dec. 29
    10 Dec.`12 — North Korea on Monday extended the launch period for a controversial long-range rocket by another week until Dec. 29, citing technical problems.
     
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    I think the bastards launched.
     
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    With all the B.S. about WMD's or the lack of them in Iraq and Bush's war people have to understand what a gigantic blunder Harry Truman pulled in Korea. Make a long story short, the UN (American) forces cut off NK supply lines with the Inchon landing and the NK were cut off and beaten. The remaining NK fled back over the 38'th parallel pursued by UN forces and the NK capital of Peyong Yang was captured. The logical next move would be to draw a line across Korea from Peyong Yang to Wonson harbor and declare a victory which it was. Y'all should know what happened next if the media was honest and not slobbering fawning democrat sycophants even in the early 50's. An old WW1 Vet. (possibly mentally impaired) decided to march exhausted Troops to the Chinese Yalu river border with winter coming in an area known for the worst winters on the planet and despite warnings from China that they would protect their borders. Truman and MacArthur single handedly turned a victory in a couple of months into a three year debacle that cost the lives of anywhere from 35,000 to 50,000 depending on the political sources. We are still dealing with the blunder today.
     
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    Lil' Kim gettin' sassy again...
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    North Korea issues ominous statement
    January 14, 2013 - North Korea’s foreign ministry vowed Monday to “continue to strengthen its deterrence against all forms of war,” a worrying statement by a country with active nuclear weapons and rocket programs.
     
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    Dr. Oh escaped and left his wife and daughters to die a certain horrible death in a communist gulag. Nice guy.
     
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    Granny says dat's just lil' Kim rattlin' the lil' saber his daddy give him...
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    North Korea Prepares Public for Potential Conflict With South
    March 06, 2013 - North Korea appears to be preparing its people for a potential conflict with the U.S.-backed South, by taking steps to camouflage public transport and broadcasting messages from citizens in favor of war.
     

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