North Korea Conflict Thread

Caduceus

Pelican
North Korea reporting that Kim opened a factory today.




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Caduceus

Pelican
New video footage of Kim Jong Un opening the factory yesterday.

You can see the date of 1st May 2020 printed on the green wall on the left of him at minute 0:31
(Most asian countries write dates in format year/month/day)

 

Castelnau

 
Banned
A major problem with North Korea isn't North Korea its people exploiting North Korea to enrich themselves or making stupid little memes or turning it into some big joke. A great example is DPRK News parody account on Twitter. Some smug stupid little shits who do it secretly hoping for a book or movie deal like every little fucker on Twitter. Or Michael Malice who went on one trip to Pyongyang (not even hard) to get his "I went to North Korea" merit badge write a mediocre book for clout then used that plus some standard rightwing boilerplate opinions to get in the redpill social club.

I know genuine empathy is in short supply these days but I'd just like for once for them to be seen as people, not zombie slaves, not people to be mocked or phony pitying but genuine empathy for the people their. They've had a very rough history, maybe since 1890 to present year. The forced opening to the world, the Japanese occupation, the Korean War, the massive air bombing which barely anyone knows about. The famine.
 

Viktor Zeegelaar

Hummingbird
Orthodox Inquirer
Isn't North-Korea just a massive red herring guys? In the past I believed these things, North-Korea was our enemy and so on, but as I understand the world system better it's just a joke to put all your missiles towards a dude with the hairdo of a 19th century farmer boy. Same goes for Russia and on a smaller scale Belarus, Syria etc.
 

JohnQThomas

Woodpecker
Other Christian
Isn't North-Korea just a massive red herring guys? In the past I believed these things, North-Korea was our enemy and so on, but as I understand the world system better it's just a joke to put all your missiles towards a dude with the hairdo of a 19th century farmer boy. Same goes for Russia and on a smaller scale Belarus, Syria etc.
Pork for defense contractors?
 

dicknixon72

Pelican
Pork for defense contractors?

Withdraw from DMZ Bases

North Korea remains a favorite threat for the Pentagon. After the Cold War ended, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs, Army General Colin Powell admitted: "I'm running out of demons. I'm running out of villains. I'm down to Castro and Kim Il Sung." Two decades later, North Korea remains a favorite demon for Army Generals. We are told the newest North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, is as crazy and unpredictable as his forefathers. Our corporate media demonizes him in every report, but they do not tell you that he loves American basketball and speaks English. He attended a first-class private school in Switzerland for several years, and has a college degree in physics. Despite traditional saber rattling talk, he is worldly enough to know that North Korea would quickly lose a war.

 

Max Roscoe

Pelican
Orthodox Inquirer
Rare truth bomb. Guy who defected to South Korea found it too degenerate and antisocial and risked his life crossing the DMZ to return to North Korea.


I can't believe they actually printed this part:


Jung Gwang Il, founder the No Chain organization, which helps North Korean defectors settle outside the isolated country, told CBS News that many defectors struggle to adjust to the "highly competitive society" in South Korea and that surprisingly, many end up regretting the decision to leave the so-called "Hermit Kingdom."

So the guy found out all the degeneracy and fake women and liberated society was not worth it and turned around and ran back to his totalitarian dictatorship. And apparently this is a common sentiment, even if they don't risk their life to return.
 
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