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(04-14-2017 10:01 PM)Gmac Wrote:  
(04-14-2017 09:48 PM)Vaun Wrote:  Do you think she could get in trouble for streaming this by NK? Is she in NK or Tokyo? I doubt the NK's will be so accommodating to her in the future as a journalist.

Tokyo - no way she is in NK streaming that.

Went to NK last year. I was surprised how free I was to take pics and even make videos in public places. It was even no problem to video street scenes in smaller towns outside Pyongyang.

I travelled by train from China and taking pics from the train was supposed to be a no-no, although I noticed many Chinese tourists doing that. The tightest restrictions were on taking pics inside museums funnily enough. Military installations at the border with China were obviously off limits but I took tons of photos at the DMZ and places in between.

Crossing the border from China a virtual mini-Army of border guards got on the train and cellphones and laptops got checked. Printed material was also looked at. You can't take anything in that is in the Korean language. I'd printed out a few sheets with Korean phrases on them - the usual polite stuff. That got confiscated.

Obviously it is a totalitarian Society. Outside hotels, my two guides accompanied me everywhere I went.

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^female guides? How were they in the sack?
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(04-15-2017 08:36 AM)asdfk Wrote:  ^female guides? How were they in the sack?

Yes, but bad logistics.

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(04-14-2017 08:32 PM)asdfk Wrote:  I have a ticket to Japan next week, but I hear grom different sources (for example my government) NK might attack Tokyo if this conflict escalates. Why would Nk attack Tokyo? If there's a nuclear conflict and the Us attacks NK, will that have consequences for Japan?

Relax. Tensions are rising, for sure, but a strike on Tokyo still falls within the realm of extremely unlikely. The reality is that North Korea would be nuked into oblivion if it so much as touched Tokyo. Kim knows this.

Japan and the US have a treaty whereby the US is obligated to strike back if Japan gets attacked. That is partly how Japan has been kept officially "pacifist" for all this time since WW2.

Some Japanese don't trust the US with regards this agreement (especially with Obama's previous policy of kissing Chinese ass). There are doubts as to whether the US has their back. Many conservatives have been calling for the a change in the famous Article 9 of the constitution, which forbids not only war but an official military too, so that Japan can build an official military and nuclear weapons. But, I think that under Trump, Japan has nothing to worry about. Time will tell. As for your trip though, you'll be fine.

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(04-15-2017 05:46 AM)rockoman Wrote:  
(04-14-2017 10:01 PM)Gmac Wrote:  
(04-14-2017 09:48 PM)Vaun Wrote:  Do you think she could get in trouble for streaming this by NK? Is she in NK or Tokyo? I doubt the NK's will be so accommodating to her in the future as a journalist.

Tokyo - no way she is in NK streaming that.

Went to NK last year. I was surprised how free I was to take pics and even make videos in public places. It was even no problem to video street scenes in smaller towns outside Pyongyang.

I travelled by train from China and taking pics from the train was supposed to be a no-no, although I noticed many Chinese tourists doing that. The tightest restrictions were on taking pics inside museums funnily enough. Military installations at the border with China were obviously off limits but I took tons of photos at the DMZ and places in between.

Crossing the border from China a virtual mini-Army of border guards got on the train and cellphones and laptops got checked. Printed material was also looked at. You can't take anything in that is in the Korean language. I'd printed out a few sheets with Korean phrases on them - the usual polite stuff. That got confiscated.

Obviously it is a totalitarian Society. Outside hotels, my two guides accompanied me everywhere I went.

Got any pics you could upload?
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Thanks to Trump's diplomacy, we pretty much just averted the 2017 version of the Cuban missile crisis. Kim Jong-Un chickened out like the fat pussy that he is.

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(04-15-2017 01:30 PM)eskimobobseal Wrote:  Thanks to Trump's diplomacy, we pretty much just averted the 2017 version of the Cuban missile crisis. Kim Jong-Un chickened out like the fat pussy that he is.

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(04-15-2017 03:02 PM)Traktor Wrote:  One day Trump's bluff will be called, be it in Korea or Syria.

Whats the bluff exactly?

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(04-15-2017 05:42 PM)NomadofEU Wrote:  
(04-15-2017 03:02 PM)Traktor Wrote:  One day Trump's bluff will be called, be it in Korea or Syria.

Whats the bluff exactly?

That he won't launch nukes.

It's funny because I doubt it's actually a bluff.

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Phhhhht.

North Korean missile launch fails.

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(04-15-2017 05:46 AM)rockoman Wrote:  
(04-14-2017 10:01 PM)Gmac Wrote:  
(04-14-2017 09:48 PM)Vaun Wrote:  Do you think she could get in trouble for streaming this by NK? Is she in NK or Tokyo? I doubt the NK's will be so accommodating to her in the future as a journalist.

Tokyo - no way she is in NK streaming that.

Went to NK last year. I was surprised how free I was to take pics and even make videos in public places. It was even no problem to video street scenes in smaller towns outside Pyongyang.

I travelled by train from China and taking pics from the train was supposed to be a no-no, although I noticed many Chinese tourists doing that. The tightest restrictions were on taking pics inside museums funnily enough. Military installations at the border with China were obviously off limits but I took tons of photos at the DMZ and places in between.

Crossing the border from China a virtual mini-Army of border guards got on the train and cellphones and laptops got checked. Printed material was also looked at. You can't take anything in that is in the Korean language. I'd printed out a few sheets with Korean phrases on them - the usual polite stuff. That got confiscated.

Obviously it is a totalitarian Society. Outside hotels, my two guides accompanied me everywhere I went.


Why did you go to NK?

Why would anyone?

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(04-15-2017 06:21 PM)robreke Wrote:  
(04-15-2017 05:46 AM)rockoman Wrote:  
(04-14-2017 10:01 PM)Gmac Wrote:  
(04-14-2017 09:48 PM)Vaun Wrote:  Do you think she could get in trouble for streaming this by NK? Is she in NK or Tokyo? I doubt the NK's will be so accommodating to her in the future as a journalist.

Tokyo - no way she is in NK streaming that.

Went to NK last year. I was surprised how free I was to take pics and even make videos in public places. It was even no problem to video street scenes in smaller towns outside Pyongyang.

I travelled by train from China and taking pics from the train was supposed to be a no-no, although I noticed many Chinese tourists doing that. The tightest restrictions were on taking pics inside museums funnily enough. Military installations at the border with China were obviously off limits but I took tons of photos at the DMZ and places in between.

Crossing the border from China a virtual mini-Army of border guards got on the train and cellphones and laptops got checked. Printed material was also looked at. You can't take anything in that is in the Korean language. I'd printed out a few sheets with Korean phrases on them - the usual polite stuff. That got confiscated.

Obviously it is a totalitarian Society. Outside hotels, my two guides accompanied me everywhere I went.


Why did you go to NK?

Why would anyone?

More and more I believe this guy is just a troll. I don't buy a word of it. But hey, I could be wrong.

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(04-15-2017 06:21 PM)robreke Wrote:  
(04-15-2017 05:46 AM)rockoman Wrote:  
(04-14-2017 10:01 PM)Gmac Wrote:  
(04-14-2017 09:48 PM)Vaun Wrote:  Do you think she could get in trouble for streaming this by NK? Is she in NK or Tokyo? I doubt the NK's will be so accommodating to her in the future as a journalist.

Tokyo - no way she is in NK streaming that.

Went to NK last year. I was surprised how free I was to take pics and even make videos in public places. It was even no problem to video street scenes in smaller towns outside Pyongyang.

I travelled by train from China and taking pics from the train was supposed to be a no-no, although I noticed many Chinese tourists doing that. The tightest restrictions were on taking pics inside museums funnily enough. Military installations at the border with China were obviously off limits but I took tons of photos at the DMZ and places in between.

Crossing the border from China a virtual mini-Army of border guards got on the train and cellphones and laptops got checked. Printed material was also looked at. You can't take anything in that is in the Korean language. I'd printed out a few sheets with Korean phrases on them - the usual polite stuff. That got confiscated.

Obviously it is a totalitarian Society. Outside hotels, my two guides accompanied me everywhere I went.


Why did you go to NK?

Why would anyone?

Can't talk for him, but one of my very best friends went to NK in 2013. He's what I call it an IYI as Taleb describes (incredibly well-read and eloquent, yet trusts fake news media too much, in mould of Sam Harris). He told me some fascinating stories about the place.

It's actually an interesting thing to travel to obscure, non-mainstream places. Makes for unique stories. I, myself, am going to Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan next month...looking forward to learn more about the mystery that is Central Asia.
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Ouch. One poor guy is going to the camps for a long time for that one.

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(04-15-2017 05:46 AM)rockoman Wrote:  
(04-14-2017 10:01 PM)Gmac Wrote:  
(04-14-2017 09:48 PM)Vaun Wrote:  Do you think she could get in trouble for streaming this by NK? Is she in NK or Tokyo? I doubt the NK's will be so accommodating to her in the future as a journalist.

Tokyo - no way she is in NK streaming that.

Went to NK last year. I was surprised how free I was to take pics and even make videos in public places. It was even no problem to video street scenes in smaller towns outside Pyongyang.

I travelled by train from China and taking pics from the train was supposed to be a no-no, although I noticed many Chinese tourists doing that. The tightest restrictions were on taking pics inside museums funnily enough. Military installations at the border with China were obviously off limits but I took tons of photos at the DMZ and places in between.

Crossing the border from China a virtual mini-Army of border guards got on the train and cellphones and laptops got checked. Printed material was also looked at. You can't take anything in that is in the Korean language. I'd printed out a few sheets with Korean phrases on them - the usual polite stuff. That got confiscated.

Obviously it is a totalitarian Society. Outside hotels, my two guides accompanied me everywhere I went.

Show some of the pics then so we know you are legit.

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The Democratic People's Republic of Korea's secret weapons:

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The Republic of Korea's secret weapons:

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The only type of conflict between the Koreas that I want to see:

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(04-15-2017 08:59 PM)Samseau Wrote:  
(04-15-2017 05:46 AM)rockoman Wrote:  
(04-14-2017 10:01 PM)Gmac Wrote:  
(04-14-2017 09:48 PM)Vaun Wrote:  Do you think she could get in trouble for streaming this by NK? Is she in NK or Tokyo? I doubt the NK's will be so accommodating to her in the future as a journalist.

Tokyo - no way she is in NK streaming that.

Went to NK last year. I was surprised how free I was to take pics and even make videos in public places. It was even no problem to video street scenes in smaller towns outside Pyongyang.

I travelled by train from China and taking pics from the train was supposed to be a no-no, although I noticed many Chinese tourists doing that. The tightest restrictions were on taking pics inside museums funnily enough. Military installations at the border with China were obviously off limits but I took tons of photos at the DMZ and places in between.

Crossing the border from China a virtual mini-Army of border guards got on the train and cellphones and laptops got checked. Printed material was also looked at. You can't take anything in that is in the Korean language. I'd printed out a few sheets with Korean phrases on them - the usual polite stuff. That got confiscated.

Obviously it is a totalitarian Society. Outside hotels, my two guides accompanied me everywhere I went.

Show some of the pics then so we know you are legit.

There was a BBC documentary from 10-15 years ago called Holidays in the Danger Zone, which had a couple of episodes focused on holidays in the Axis of Evil (Syria, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Iraq and Cuba).

I don't often say this about the BBC, but it is well worth checking out.

You can probably find better quality than this -



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(04-16-2017 08:50 AM)Cuchulainn2016 Wrote:  
(04-15-2017 08:59 PM)Samseau Wrote:  
(04-15-2017 05:46 AM)rockoman Wrote:  
(04-14-2017 10:01 PM)Gmac Wrote:  
(04-14-2017 09:48 PM)Vaun Wrote:  Do you think she could get in trouble for streaming this by NK? Is she in NK or Tokyo? I doubt the NK's will be so accommodating to her in the future as a journalist.

Tokyo - no way she is in NK streaming that.

Went to NK last year. I was surprised how free I was to take pics and even make videos in public places. It was even no problem to video street scenes in smaller towns outside Pyongyang.

I travelled by train from China and taking pics from the train was supposed to be a no-no, although I noticed many Chinese tourists doing that. The tightest restrictions were on taking pics inside museums funnily enough. Military installations at the border with China were obviously off limits but I took tons of photos at the DMZ and places in between.

Crossing the border from China a virtual mini-Army of border guards got on the train and cellphones and laptops got checked. Printed material was also looked at. You can't take anything in that is in the Korean language. I'd printed out a few sheets with Korean phrases on them - the usual polite stuff. That got confiscated.

Obviously it is a totalitarian Society. Outside hotels, my two guides accompanied me everywhere I went.

Show some of the pics then so we know you are legit.

There was a BBC documentary from 10-15 years ago called Holidays in the Danger Zone, which had a couple of episodes focused on holidays in the Axis of Evil (Syria, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Iraq and Cuba).

I don't often say this about the BBC, but it is well worth checking out.

You can probably find better quality than this -




His tour guides seemed like nice people, WB the girl, my God she was hot.

I hate to think of nice folks like that getting incinerated because of the whims of one megalomaniac. I hope if they take him out they do it covertly and avoid a major conflict for the good of the ordinary citizens.
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(04-16-2017 09:44 AM)Steve McQueen Wrote:  I hate to think of nice folks like that getting incinerated because of the whims of one megalomaniac. I hope if they take him out they do it covertly and avoid a major conflict for the good of the ordinary citizens.

It's all very well, but what do you do with an army of fanatical people who have been born and raised with the idea that he is their God? Would this illusion fall straight down along with Kim (and presumably top leadership) or would they all fight to the death?

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(04-16-2017 10:03 AM)roberto Wrote:  
(04-16-2017 09:44 AM)Steve McQueen Wrote:  I hate to think of nice folks like that getting incinerated because of the whims of one megalomaniac. I hope if they take him out they do it covertly and avoid a major conflict for the good of the ordinary citizens.

It's all very well, but what do you do with an army of fanatical people who have been born and raised with the idea that he is their God? Would this illusion fall straight down along with Kim (and presumably top leadership) or would they all fight to the death?

They came across as practical, not fanatics, there was no passion behind the words and particularly the guy came across as very tongue in cheek when he was talking about how 'great' things are in N Korea.

I'd imagine if you decapitate the citizenry would be relieved they dont have to go along with this shit any longer.

We have all been programmed by MSM all our lives, we saw through it, I say give the Koreans the benefit of the doubt, no intelligent person is going to believe the bullshit past a certain age. They start to question things like any of us. They dont deserve to die.
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I'm not sure about that. I'm thinking about the Japanese during world war 2 with their emperor and think there is a sizeable amount of them who would fight to the death. The level of brainwashing is on another level way past what I even think the Japanese did.
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US may have caused the failure of the NK missile:


https://www.axios.com/north-korea-taunts...94674.html

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