- no chr.!
264개의 게시물을 찾았습니다.
"A spokesman for the National Defence Commission of the DPRK released a statement on April 12 clarifying its views and principled stand as regards the fact that the south Korean authorities are talking nonsense that they 'expect' positive response from the DPRK to the 'Dresden Declaration,' which does not deserve even a passing notice..." (Rodong Shinmun, 4.13)
☞ N. Korea lashes out at Park’s unification declaration (Hankyoreh, 4.14)
☞ N. Korea Blasts Park's Reunification Plans (Chosun Ilbo, 4.14)
And finally here... today's "top story" by Yonhap News...
North Korean "Journalism"(via yesterday's 'Rodong Shinmun'), at its best(^^)...
PS. Two years ago "a spokesperson for the National Reconciliation Council issued a statement... denouncing the confrontation moves of Park Geun Hye..." and furthermore stated that "Park Geun Hye is a disgusting political prostitute"(KCNA, 2012.4.6)...^^
Well, we still have five days till "April Fools Day", but...
Basically every viral-minded news website on the planet(^^) is running a story today about how North Korea is requiring men to get their hair cut like Kim Jong-un. Korea Times reports, citing Radio Free Asia, that “since about two weeks ago, men are allowed to have the ‘Dear Leader Kim Jong-un’ haircut only.”...
Pyongyang, March 11 (KCNA) -- The election of the deputies to the 13th Supreme People's Assembly took place successfully in the DPRK
The Central Election Committee Tuesday reported the results on the election held on Sunday. According to the report, the election was held according to the Rules on the Elections of Deputies to the People's Assemblies at All Levels. According to the election returns available, 99.97 percent of all the voters registered on the lists of voters across the country took part in the election and 100 percent of them voted for the candidates for deputies to the SPA registered in the relevant constituencies. This is an expression of the absolute support and trust of all voters in the DPRK government, the genuine people's power which serves the people and relies on them, and a manifestation of the steadfast will of the service personnel and people to consolidate the people's power as firm as a rock and accomplish the revolutionary cause of Juche... The Central Election Committee deliberated the reports on the election returns submitted by constituency election committees across the country and reported the names of 686 elected deputies to the SPA.
But as you can see... one constituency, incl. its deputy is missing:
Yep, number 111(*)! The constituency of the yukky fat motherf*cker, Kim Jong-un(1st secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea, first chairman of the National Defence Commission of the DPRK and supreme commander of the Korean People's Army etc, etc) himself...
Of course, it's self-evident(^^), that the name of the "peerless wizard" can't be mentioned/printed just between the other "ordinary" 686['North Korea said on Tuesday that all 687 candidates received 100% support...'(WSJ, 3.11)] elected deputies!!
* PS. Um~ No comment...
One of today's leading "newsmakers" in the int'l media...
...and in the S. Korean press(^^)...
The following pics "decorated" Rodong Shinmun's front page/front-page article("Kim Jong Un, first secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea, first chairman of the National Defence Commission of the DPRK and supreme commander of the Korean People's Army, Gives Field Guidance to Pyongyang Weak-current Apparatus Factory..."/"경애하는 김정은동지께서 평양약전기계공장을 현지지도하시였다"), two days ago.
While the pics(actually, stuff like that, I've never seen before in the NK "media"!!) are leaving room for several interpretations(^^), it's obvious, that the guy with the purple tie(possibly the 'CEO' of "Pyongyang Weak-current Apparatus Factory"), is not really happy to be together with the little fat bastard(aka Kim Jong Un, "1st secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea, first chairman of the National Defence Commission of the DPRK and supreme commander of the Korean People's Army, yada yada yada~~")...
As today's "weekend reading" I would like to suggest the following (incredibly bizarre &insane)story, published in yesterday's Rodong Shinmun...
Honourable Is Life to Resolutely Defend Leader
An unexpected fire broke out at Sakju County House of Culture on the afternoon of January 17 last.
At the news many county people rushed to the spot.
The portraits of President Kim Il Sung and leader Kim Jong Il and the main slogans of the Party were brought out in safety.
Meanwhile, the flames got fiercer.
At that time two men were seen to creep out.
They were Ko Yong Chol, officer of the propaganda department of the Sakju County Party Committee and Pak Yun Chol, security man of the Sakju County People's Security Office.
They were sent to a hospital. After a while they came to their senses and said that some people remained in the building of the House of Culture.
They told the names of 4 men and fell senseless again.
The 4 men were Choe Yong Chan and Kim Kyong Il, officers of the County Party Committee Propaganda Department, Yun Tong Ho, vice-chairman of the County Youth League Committee and Paek Kwang Hyok, security man of the County People's Security Station.
They could survive if they wanted. Why then, did they remain in the scorching flames to the end?
Ko and Pak witnessed the scene.
Having brought the portraits of Generalissimos Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il and also the main slogans of the Party in safety out of the building on fire, Ko Yong Chol heard some dim voices.
He found vague figures of men in front of the stage over the flames.
Ko rushed to them. Pak followed him.
Fireballs were falling like hail. Ko stopped and found three men supporting a ladder and a man climbing it.
"There is still a slogan!", shouted the three men all together.
Ko and Pak joined them immediately.
Fireballs were falling from the ceiling continuously and the smoke was suffocating them. But they desperately took down the slogan.
In ordinary times 6 men would not have dared to take down the large and heavy slogan. But they took it down with superhuman power. Just that moment the ceiling fell down on their heads.
Choe Yong Chan, Kim Kyong Il, Yun Tong Ho and Paek Kwang Hyok could not even leave their corpses whole.
They were in their thirties. They had parents, wives and children.
They met their fate in a moment. But the moment tells of their worthwhile life and beautiful future.
Today's 'TOP STORY' in the int'l(incl. the N. Korean) media: "Supreme leader Kim Jong Un, first secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea, first chairman of the National Defence Commission of the DPRK and supreme commander of the Korean People's Army, was nominated as a candidate for deputy to the 13th Supreme People's Assembly..."
Possibly because he dares to smoke (American)cigarettes wherever he wants...
...or just because he loves small children, especially when they're crying???