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Thursday, July 29, 2004
  North Korea Victim of "Real" Terrorism
Reuters reports that North Korea has accused the South Korea of committing terrorism against it by aiding refugees from the dictatorship in escaping to South Korea. This last bastion of communism, which starved approximately a million of its people to death in order to fund military spending, is upset that some of its "capital" has managed to escape to South Korea. If that isn't hypocrisy enough, here's the name of the official North Korean agency which released the statement today: the North Korean Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of the Fatherland. Must be a branch of the ministry of propaganda!

Commenting on the US Congress's recently passed North Korean Human Rights Act (and S. Korea's support of it), the North said:

"South Korea's cooperation with the United States' bill designed to overturn our system of socialism by damaging our republic's international reputation and trying to accomplish regime change is a criminal act of anti-nationalism and will never be forgiven," the spokesman said.


Oh, now I get it. Mass starvation, concentration camps and a government that systematically sucks the life out of its people isn't criminal - that's a fundamental right of every North Korean! And those pesky Americans, they're trying to deprive them of that right. Shame! And now we'll never be forgiven!
 
 POSTED BY THE GENERAL AT 3:29 AM


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