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Loser Hillary says Trump and China should soften up on North Korea

hillary clinton nasty woman
Grandma, you ain’t president. Go back to the woods.
From NY Post: Hillary Clinton used a conference in Beijing to blast both President Trump and the Chinese over their stance toward North Korea — saying it needs to soften up soon before things get out of hand and nuclear war breaks out.
Serving as the keynote speaker at Caijing Magazine’s three-day annual conference on Tuesday, the former secretary of state called on Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping to avoid “bluster” and “personal taunts” when dealing with Pyongyang, according to Bloomberg.
She reportedly criticized the Trump administration for retreating from diplomacy in recent months and said she hoped that China wouldn’t follow suit.
While Clinton focused much of her sentiment on the US stance toward North Korea, she took most of her jabs at the Chinese — claiming they, too, were taking the wrong approach to the situation and making things worse with their “secret” military buildups.
“Beijing should remember that inaction is a choice as well,” Clinton said.
Like the Trump administration, the Chinese have chosen to avoid diplomatic talks with the North Koreans as tensions continue to escalate in the region.
Clinton said Tuesday that she hopes the six-party talks — multilateral negotiations held between China, Japan, North Korea, Russia, South Korea and the US on denuclearization — will be brought back after being shelved in 2009.
The Chinese have called for a resumption of the process in the past, to no avail.

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U.S. to bomb North Korea?

Reportedly, according to the InvestmentWatchBlog, the United States is dropping leaflets on North Korea, warning them to get out of Pyongyang (the capital) because we are ready to bomb them.
If so, all hell will break loose.
Assuming this “breaking news” is authentic, my guess is this is the U.S. military doing a psychological warfare number on the psychotic and psychopathic North Korean regime. For surely if we are about to bomb them, we’d be stupid to announce it first. Although, truth be told, what the Obama regime hopes to achieve by dropping leaflets escapes me.
Below is the news article from InvestmentWatchBlog in its entirety. The article cites its sources (without embedded links – always a suspicious sign) as South Korea’s Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) and an American named Paul Horner. Last night, I made an effort to verify the sources but found that:

I wasn’t going to publish this, but decided to do so for two reasons:
  1. To expose InvestmentWatchBlog for publishing unverified “news” for sensational reasons, and the hoaxer, Paul Horner, whose SuperficialNews is the source for InvestmentWatch’s article.
  2. To sound a warning in case the leaflet-dropping is true. In response to an email I had sent out last night about this, a source I do trust who works in the Australian government’s military intelligence wrote back that In the last 24 hrs the South Korean Govt has advised all nationals in North Korea to get out. They’re pulling out all of the factory workers, and this time the South Koreans in North Korea appear to be taking it on board. There is a mass exodus happening.”

H/t FOTM’s joworth.

Dr Strangelove North Korean style

BREAKING: US Stealth Bombers Dropping Millions of Leaflets Over North Korea – Warning of Attack!!

April 28th, 2013
SEOUL, South Korea — South Korean officials are telling the Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) that B-2 stealth bombers are currently dropping leaflets over the city of Pyongyang warning its citizens of an impending attack. At the time of this posting, the U.S. government or its military has not made a statement regarding this late breaking story.
34-year-old Paul Horner who is in Donggang, China on business told CNN that it is possible to see the leaflets being dropped over Pyongyang. “I went up to the roof of my hotel where they have a telescope that allows you to view different parts of North Korea. Right now there are literally thousands of packages being dumped everywhere in Pyongyang. I can’t see the planes, but these packages have parachutes attached to them and then when they get close to the ground they open up or something because suddenly there is just paper everywhere. It’s actually quite an amazing site to see.” Horner continued, “Also, if you ever get a chance to visit over here, I highly recommend it. The girls here are super hot.”
CNN has obtained a copy of the leaflet that the B-2 stealth bombers are currently dropping on the city of Pyongyang:
Translated into English:

Read this carefully as it may save your life or the life of a relative or friend. In the next few days, the city of Pyongyang and its surrounding military bases will be destroyed. Unfortunately, bombs have no eyes. So, in accordance with America’s humanitarian policies, the United States Air Force, which does not wish to injure innocent people, now gives you warning to evacuate Pyongyang and save your life.

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North Korea: "I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll blow your house down!"

big bad wolfMore Porky Pig than Big Bad Wolf: North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un

The psychotic regime in North Korea has become even more unhinged lately.
After the UN voted to impose new sanctions on Pyongyang for its recent nuclear test, the regime threatened a pre-emptive nuclear attack on the United States.
Then, protesting the beginning of annual joint US-South Korea military exercises, Pyongyang unilaterally declares it has voided the 1953 armistice that ended the Korean War, and warned that the next step was an act of “merciless” military retaliation against its enemies.
Because the Korean War was concluded with an armistice rather than a peace treaty, the two Koreas have always remained technically at war. Voiding the ceasefire theoretically opens the way to a resumption of hostilities, although observers note this is far from the first time that North Korea has announced the demise of the armistice.
Pyongyang’s huffing-and-puffing has inspired The Civilian, a prankster “news” site in New Zealand to post the alarming news that Pyongyang is threatening a nuclear attack on New Zealand, Iceland, and Turkmenistan! (H/t FOTM’s joworth)

So how credible and how effective are North Korea’s threats?

From The Guardian: Although North Korea boasts of nuclear bombs and pre-emptive strikes, it is not thought to have mastered the ability to produce a warhead small enough to put on a missile capable of reaching the US. It is believed to have enough nuclear fuel, however, for a handful of cruder devices. The White House said North Korea’s threats would only lead to Pyongyang’s further international isolation and declared that the United States was ‘fully capable’ of defending against any North Korean missile attack by quickly and easily intercepting any incoming missile.
From Reuters: Even North Korea’s sole ally, the People’s Republic of China, is backing away from Pyongyang. China’s U.N. Ambassador Li Baodong said Beijing wanted to see “full implementation” of the new Security Council resolution, which tightens financial restrictions on Pyongyang and cracks down on its attempts to ship and receive banned cargo.
See also my post of Jan. 27, 2013, “North Koreans driven to cannibalism from famine and govt mismanagement.”

Update (March 15):

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced today that the U.S. is deploying 14 new ground-based missile interceptors, probably in Alaska. While officials didn’t say specifically why the missiles are being deployed, but the announcement comes as North Korea has been making bellicose threats to void the armistice that ended the Korean War and launch a nuclear attack on the U.S. The U.S. and South Korea began annual military drills this week despite the North Korean threats.

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North Koreans driven to cannibalism from famine and govt mismanagement

The psychopathic Communist regime in North Korea is being even more psychopathic than usual.
The BBC reports, Jan. 26, 2013, that since the UN had tightened sanctions against North Korea this week over a recent rocket test, Pyongyang issued a series of increasingly shrill warnings.
On Thursday, Pyongyang said it would proceed with a “high-level” nuclear test in a move aimed at it “arch-enemy,” the United States. A day later, it promised “physical counter-measures” against South Korea if it participated in the UN sanctions regime.
Today, North Korea’s state media warned of “substantial and high-profile important state measures,” whatever that means.
When I heard the news this morning, I was wondering what could have set off the already psychopathic Pyongyang regime. Then I saw this grotesque news report.
There are credible reports that North Korean parents are eating their children, after being driven mad by hunger from successive years of famine, due mainly to gross mismanagement by the state.
Becky Evans reports for the Daily Mail, Jan. 27, 2013, that a starving man in North Korea has been executed after murdering his two children for food, reports from inside the secretive state claim.
A “hidden famine” in the farming provinces of North and South Hwanghae is believed to have killed up to 10,000 people and there are fears that incidents of cannibalism have risen.
The grim story is just one to emerge as residents battle starvation after a drought hit farms and shortages were compounded by party officials confiscating food to give to the elite residents of the capital Pyongyang. At the same time, the regime continues to pour vast sums of money into the military, including two rocket launches.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has spent vast sums of money on two rocket launches and prompted fears of a third

North Korea’s porky well-fed leader, Kim Jong Un, 30 — son of the late Dear Leader Kim Jong Il and grandson of the late Great Leader Kim Il Sung.

Undercover reporters from Asia Press told the Sunday Times that one man dug up his grandchild’s corpse and ate it. An official of the ruling Korean Workers Party is quoted as saying: “In a village in Chongdan county, a man who went mad with hunger boiled his own child, ate his flesh and was arrested.”
Jiro Ishimaru, from Asia Press, which compiled a 12 page report, said: “Particularly shocking were the numerous testimonies that hit us about cannibalism.”
An informant said: “In my village in May a man who killed his own two children and tried to eat them was executed by a firing squad.” The informant said the father had killed his eldest daughter while his wife was away on business and then killed his son because he had witnessed the murder. When his wife returned the man told her they had “meat,” but she became suspicious and contacted officials who discovered part of the children’s bodies.

Farming communities, such as these pictured outside the capital Pyongyang last year, have been desperately hit by drought which has led to reports of people turning to cannibalism in a bid to ward off starvation

Farming communities have been desperately hit by drought, resulting in widespread famine.

One official said the fields are in such a bad state that he had to avert his eyes

One official said the fields are in such a bad state from drought that he had to avert his eyes.

This is not the first time that reports of cannibalism have come out of North Korea.
North Korea was hit by a terrible famine in the 1990s – known as the Arduous March – which killed between 240,000 and 3.5 million people.
In May last year, the South Korean state-run Korean Institute for National Unification said that one man was executed after eating part of a colleague and then trying to sell the remains as mutton. Another man killed and ate a girl and a third report of cannibalism was recorded from 2011. Another man was executed in May after murdering 11 people and selling the bodies as pork.

Cannibalism has also been reported in the vast network of prison camps inside North Korea, such as Camp 22, pictured, where 50,000 are believed to be imprisonedCannibalism has also been reported in the vast network of prison camps inside North Korea, such as Camp 22, pictured, where 50,000 are believed to be imprisoned.

See also the report by The Independent, Jan. 27, 2013.
During North Korea’s famine in the 1990s, international food aid (mainly by South Korea and the United States) poured into the secretive country. Alas, most if not all of the food went to feed the North Korean party elite and the military.
Sadly, the same is certain to happen today, as well.

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Ding Dong! Kim Jong Is Dead

AP is reporting that Dingdongramalamadingdong is toast. So sad. Too bad. Not!


North Korean leader Kim Jong Il dead at age 69
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — Kim Jong Il, North Korea’s mercurial and enigmatic longtime leader, has died of heart failure. He was 69.
In a “special broadcast” Monday from the North Korean capital, state media said Kim died of a heart ailment on a train due to a “great mental and physical strain” on Dec. 17 during a “high intensity field inspection.” It said an autopsy was done on Dec. 18 and “fully confirmed” the diagnosis.
Kim is believed to have suffered a stroke in 2008, but he had appeared relatively vigorous in photos and video from recent trips to China and Russia and in numerous trips around the country carefully documented by state media. The communist country‘s “Dear Leader” – reputed to have had a taste for cigars, cognac and gourmet cuisine – was believed to have had diabetes and heart disease.
For rest of story, go HERE!!

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This Is North Korea

A public execution:
A country that’s a huge prison camp: the barbed wire is not to keep outsiders away, but to keep the North Korean people from leaving:
The real North Korea that Dear Leader Kim Jong Il doesn’t want the world to see:

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