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Old 30th Sep 2014, 00:42   #41 (permalink)
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What about the dude in blue blue hat who is repackaging 4 iPhones into a NK manufacturer box?
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Old 30th Sep 2014, 08:51   #42 (permalink)
 
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Glorious Leader takes glorious selfie.

The guy off to the right is really ambitious. Look at his extra large notepad.
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Old 30th Sep 2014, 09:11   #43 (permalink)

 
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Yes but apparently it bends very easily.
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Old 30th Sep 2014, 09:55   #44 (permalink)
 
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Yu are the only Un ....

It would be a shame to lose this man (well, more of an overgrown little boy, and a pre-pubescent boy at that), the only one of his shape in his entire country. One wonders if among his other remarkable and widely reported accomplishments he is able to sing in the soprano register, just going by appearances. Too, there is his reform program, as reported here by one alert reader.

First we had the way we American imperialists started the Korean War just to beat up on the Kimster's grandpappy, as reported here at some length. Now it seems that the Swiss are trying to do away with the poor little guy himself, turning him into some sort of inverted human fondue, such that if he cuts himself shaving now, Emmentaler oozes out.

We seem to know so much about the rest of the happenings in the Worker's Paradise Mk. II (that island in the Antilles which must not be named as WP Mk. I, of course) but how's that mysteriously almost unknown reform program of his working out, John? We haven't heard much from you lately about your rotund little pal and his hopes and dreams for his country, making progress one relative at a time. Have you not made it back to the Mongolian Bar to check out the happenings recently, or is it that there's no real change in the situation: the brutal dictatorship, the widespread starvation, the network of camps and all that boring stuff made up by imperialists? Make with some more insights, please!
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What about the dude in blue blue hat who is repackaging 4 iPhones into a NK manufacturer box?
That's this month's orders.

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Old 3rd Oct 2014, 23:16   #46 (permalink)
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Li'll sis takes over

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Old 3rd Oct 2014, 23:51   #47 (permalink)


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According to a former North Korean poet laureate and recent defector, Kim Jung Un never ran anything. I suspect now that neither does his sister.

Instead, L'il Kim was simply a figurehead meant to perpetuate the myth of an infallible ruling Kim dynasty. The real power resides with the ruling Organization and Guidance Committee (OGD), with even the DPRK military subservient to that brutal and totalitarian gang.

For a gripping read, the book "Dear Leader" describes Jang Jin-Sung's role as a propagandist for the most inhumane and criminal government in the world, and his harrowing escape to the West.

Jin-Sung also exposes the lie (perpetuated here by certain odd sycophants) that the "Sunshine Policy" benefitted the North Korean people and could have lead to an opening to the West. Instead, the policy resuscitated a dying Kim regime, empowered the ruling clique, and created more suffering for the common people.

The sooner that odious bunch goes, and their supporters in the West embarrassed for the fools they are, the better.
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Old 3rd Oct 2014, 23:57   #48 (permalink)
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The sooner that odious bunch goes, and their supporters in the South embarrassed for the fools they are, the better.
I fixed it for you, Matari.
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The sooner that odious bunch goes, and their supporter in the South embarrassed for the fool he is the better.
Fixed that for you Dushan, no charge
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Is there not an advantage of letting these little dipsh*t countries quietly stew in their own juice while they aren't troubling the rest of us - and if they do start troubling us, just kick the sh*t out of them until they stop?
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Is there not an advantage of letting these little dipsh*t countries quietly stew in their own juice while they aren't troubling the rest of us - and if they do start troubling us, just kick the sh*t out of them until they stop?
The problem with kicking the shit out of them is that we amy disturb the glasses and bottles in the Mongolian Bar and that might upset some people.
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...and if they do start troubling us, just kick the sh*t out of them until they stop?
The problem is Radeng that the record of those who attempted that sort of thing has, during my lifetime, proved very poor indeed.
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Old 5th Oct 2014, 02:58   #53 (permalink)
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Attempting to bring serious discussion into a thread started to mock the Norks. Who could have seen that coming?
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Old 10th Oct 2014, 03:47   #54 (permalink)
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Here comes more serious news. Where is Li'll Kim?

Kim Jong-un has not been seen for 37 days and the internet is about to explode
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Maybe Kim Jong Gon!
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Old 10th Oct 2014, 08:24   #56 (permalink)

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BBC suggested this morning that maybe there's a power struggle and he's on the way out.

The NK footie team lost to SK, but that's not been reported in NK. Was Fat Kimlet the team coach?
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BBC suggested this morning that maybe there's a power struggle and he's on the way out.
Maybe, but it is very difficult for anyone to know what is really going on there.
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Old 10th Oct 2014, 10:18   #58 (permalink)


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And yet, in a thread long ago, we were told that Li'l Fat Ugh was implementing great progress in the country. When pressed as to the source of such illuminating knowledge, we were told great tales of cocktails in the Mongolian bar, laughs with the minders (always two! what a surprise!), and glorious, golden bowling alleys.

But here we are today, and the somber analysis is: "it's hard to know what is really going on there." So which is it?
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According to the Duffelblog ...

Dennis Rodman has taken control of North Korea in a violent coup d'état.

The good news is that there's no longer a requirement for all North Korean men to wear the same "Chinese smuggler" haircut, but the bad news is that Dennis now wants all of them to wear wedding gowns of his own design.

In another report, Kim Jong Un is reported to be in exile on a sheep station "somewhere in New Zealand."

Reporters seeking access to the station rumored to be the site where Kim is now residing were barred from entry and threatened with legal action if they attempted to name the station owner, a notorious near-septuagenarian eccentric who is known to serve as an Honorary Consul for the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.

These rumors, as yet unconfirmed, were further strengthened by recent sightings of a convoy of lorries loaded with Swiss cheese and Courvoisier cognac, escorted by two large black automobiles identified as Lincoln Continentals, one with a flower-decked coffin on its roof, all making their way slowly over deeply rutted dirt roads towards this remote sheep station.
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They're BEHIND you!

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