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FRONT PAGE  |  10/17/2017
MONDAY, MAY 28, 2012  |  12 comments
30 North Korean officials involved in South talks die 'in traffic accidents'

n its annual study, Amnesty International claimed that in addition to the 30 who died in purges last year, a further 200 were rounded up in January this year by the State Security Agency as Pyongyang carried out the transfer of power from Kim Jong-il, who died of an apparent heart attack in December, and his 29-year-old son, Kim Jong-un.

Of those 200, Amnesty said, some were apparently executed and the remainder were sent to political prison camps. The gulag system presently contains an estimated 200,000 people in "horrific conditions," the group said.

North Korea has a habit of executing bureaucrats who are perceived to have failed the regime, even though they are often merely carrying out the orders of higher-ranking officials or members of the ruling family. ...


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Mirror  Find all comments by Mirror
Sircle wrote:
Obviously you favour the stalinesque style
You have no basis for such an evil accusation.

I for one did not spend many years of my life supporting the economy of a murderous dictator who engaged in the cult of personality.

It's not wise to throw stones at your mirror. It makes a mess of the carpet.

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News Item5/31/12 10:29 AM
Sircle  Find all comments by Sircle
Mirror wrote:
I see you have backtracked from your ridiculous "few" comment.
But, now that you have lost your argument you are trying to bait me with palpably stupid loaded questions. Sounds more like the technique of a DPRK agent, rather than the spiritual conduct expected of a supposed Christian.
Biblically speaking human nature is the same the world over, irrespective of the government you are under. If you are a Christian, study your bible.
The correct identification of the "few" below is accurate.
I note the tone of wrath in your post, that must be heavy for you;
Proverbs 27:3 A stone is heavy, and the sand weighty; but a fool's wrath is heavier than them both"
Obviously you favour the stalinesque style, whereas the true Christian could never accept such evil ways.
May the Lord bring you into His counsel.
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News Item5/30/12 5:43 PM
Mirror  Find all comments by Mirror
Sircle,

I see you have backtracked from your ridiculous "few" comment.
But, now that you have lost your argument you are trying to bait me with palpably stupid loaded questions. Sounds more like the technique of a DPRK agent, rather than the spiritual conduct expected of a supposed Christian.

Biblically speaking human nature is the same the world over, irrespective of the government you are under. If you are a Christian, study your bible.

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News Item5/30/12 2:25 PM
Sircle  Find all comments by Sircle
Mirror wrote:
Millions of people mourned.

The comparison with DPRK is pertinent

If you cannot see the difference between the Diana mourners and the N.Korean stage managed soap opera then you have real perception problems or you've never listened to or read the news.

Have you any idea whatsoever of the difference between N.Korea and Britain?

Quote.
"North Korea's hardline regime is punishing those who did not cry at the death of dictator Kim Jong-il, according to reports.
Sentences of at least six months in labour camps are also apparently being given to those who didn't go to the organised mourning events, while anyone who criticised the new leader Kim Jong-un is also being punished" Daily Mail

Or is it just that you prefer a stalinesque style of government?

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News Item5/30/12 1:34 PM
Mirror  Find all comments by Mirror
Sircle wrote:
Diana and Jackson had a "few" sad followers. This comparison is rediculous.
Your false claim of "few" is evidence that your argument is bankrupt. Millions of people mourned.

The comparison with DPRK is pertinent and stands in rejection of your false statement that the crowds were "crying for no other reason than they were forced to." How do you know? Were you there?

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News Item5/30/12 11:46 AM
Sircle  Find all comments by Sircle
Mirror wrote:
spontaneous mass hysteria

deaths of Diana the self-confessed adulteress and Jackson the maker of out of court settlements

Then "mass hysteria" is stupid and those who acquiesce to such are gullible and followers of ignorance.

Diana and Jackson had a "few" sad followers. This comparison is rediculous.
N.Korea has a nationalised industry of "hysteria," gullibility and futility. Their followers extend to whole nation status.

Nothing on the planet "mirrors" this extent of plebian impotence and juvenile misguided fealty to a sham.

The people of N.Korea need to grow up and join the world.

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News Item5/29/12 6:22 PM
Mirror  Find all comments by Mirror
Concerning the topic, Diana also died in a traffic accident.
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News Item5/29/12 5:21 PM
Mirror  Find all comments by Mirror
Sircle wrote:
During the news items shown at the recent funeral of the previous dictator the crowds were filmed en masse putting on mock tears and crying for no other reason than they were forced to...

We need to show strength in "normal" nation states so that the populace of N.Korea can get the message that

There are other reasons. You are ignoring the immense power of spontaneous mass hysteria and also deliberately projected mass hypnosis, not to mention the influence of spiritual principalities and powers.

The example of "normal nations" with the mass hysteria at the time of the deaths of Diana the self-confessed adulteress and Jackson the maker of out of court settlements to little boys who had shared his bed are NOT instructive to North Koreans in this matter.

Those involved in such hysteria were not "stupid" either. That IS instructive.

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News Item5/29/12 9:42 AM
Sircle  Find all comments by Sircle
Chris Perver wrote:
North Korean people are not stupid. But when you have an absolute dictatorship in power that has nuclear weapons at its disposal, there is precious little you can do about it
During the news items shown at the recent funeral of the previous dictator the crowds were filmed en masse putting on mock tears and crying for no other reason than they were forced to. Other news items have shown them crying and screaming worship style at photo's of the dictator thanking him for eg. medical help he did not produce.

That has become an embarrassing and yes stupid thing to do. We need to show strength in "normal" nation states so that the populace of N.Korea can get the message that allowing this idiotic and wicked leadership "god-like" status and allow themselves to be ruled tyrannically like this is very wrong and dangerous.

Dangerous to them and the rest of the world.

Politicians are politically correct and thus useless in this ever decreasing moral social morass!!
We don't need to be!!

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News Item5/28/12 5:52 PM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
North Korea is a constant reminder of what oppression can do to a people, what evil is capable of....massive strong arming of nation, creating a 'bad guy' (america is villified in as a sort of satan while South Korea enjoys religious freedom and decent modern economy), requiring worship of a leader.....the standard communism..

its articles like these that need to remind us how easy it is to be controlled through limited media.

once the strong arm tells the whole story, the curtains go up....

but those who have not seen shadows of the same spirit in the wests darwin have not been paying attention.

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News Item5/28/12 5:34 PM
Chris Perver | Bangor, N. Ireland  Contact via emailFind all comments by Chris Perver
North Korean people are not stupid. But when you have an absolute dictatorship in power that has nuclear weapons at its disposal, there is precious little you can do about it without putting at risk many more millions of lives. And what is worse at the end of the day, "losing" a few hundred people here and there, or plunging the region into nuclear war?
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News Item5/28/12 9:52 AM
Sircle  Find all comments by Sircle
North Korea appears to follow Stalin's Russia and NAZI Germany in the way in which its people have developed. Why people are so collectively stupid as to allow this kind of tyrannical evil leadership to exist is completely incomprehensible. Satan and sin's blinding not only individuals but nations too is clearly a fact of human existence, exemplified by this nation.
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