Sunday, August 22, 2010

And the great leaps forward just keep on a comin'

Tired of the Middle East? Let's dig into some real news. North Korea has just developed a vaccine that prevents "relapse and metastasis of cancer":
An efficacious vaccine to prevent has been developed in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea . . .

The clinical examinations of some 600 patients operated for liver, lung and stomach cancers show that the efficacy of the vaccine is 54, 32.8 and 20.3 percent higher than other medicines in the five-year survival rate, he added.

Ri Yong Il, a 48-year-old man who took the vaccine more than eight years ago after operation for hepatocellular carcinoma (10x9cm), is still in existence. [...]
And moving, we hope. Another headline at the Korean News site reads "Korean People Merciless to Enemy" and another one details "Kim Il Sung's Immortal Feats in Founding Air Force." What did the Korean Air Force achieve in the Korean . . . er . . . Fatherland Liberation War?
They shot down a U.S. strategic bomber B-29, called a "flying fortress", dived into the enemy's ships with burning fuselages and frustrated their "air supremacy" with the Juche-oriented war tactics.

At the end of the 1960s, the air force of the KPA smashed U.S. large spy plane "EC-121" into smithereens in the air to demonstrate its power again.
And there's also art news:
Oil painting "You Should Conduct Combat Training under the Simulated Condition of Real Battle" deals with the commanding trait of General Secretary Kim Jong Il who has strengthened the Korean People's Army into the invincible revolutionary armed forces . . .

Posters "Soldiers of the General Are Always Ready!" and "Just Give Us Your Order!" and other works well represent the immutable faith and will of all the servicepersons and people of the DPRK to defend the socialist homeland of Juche as firm as a rock true to the Songun leadership of Kim Jong Il and make the enemy pay for the blood shed by the Korean people in the past a thousand fold.
See, it's not all just militarism. The latest Haveil Havalim also demonstrates its power again as invincible revolutionary blog carnival.

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