Sunday, March 15, 2009

Things assailed, flayed, and blasted

We'll do this round-up style today. I usually stick to posts about the up-lifted banner of Songun and other muck about how great their system is, but their bellicose mode is even shriller than usual. Maybe it signifies something:

"U.S. Frantic Efforts to Round Off MD Assailed":
The U.S. is making so great haste to finish the test of the efficiency of the anti-missile system and rectify its shortcomings after setting even the end of May as the deadline. This frenzy is prompted by the U.S. worry that its strategy for dominating the world backed by MD may prove unsuccessful . . .

The army and people of the DPRK will develop Korean type ultra-modern weapons and equip themselves with them to completely foil the U.S. strategy for military domination and world supremacy . . .
"U.S. and S. Korean Warmongers' Reckless War Maneuvers Flayed":
Mere warning is not enough to deal with the warmongers.

The war maniacs are apt to go more desperate and reckless when their rival looks weaker and lacks strong will.

These warmongers should be dealt with retaliatory blows.

The army and people of the DPRK have so far bolstered the capability for self-defense in every way under the uplifted banner of Songun in order to deal telling blows at the warmongers recklessly working to realize their ambition to invade it and defend the national sovereignty and dignity.

They love peace and do not want confrontation and a war, but they will wage a just war of retaliation against the warmongers should they dare impose a war upon the army and people of the DPRK.

The U.S. imperialists and the Lee war-thirty group had better properly know who their rival is and behave themselves not to meet the fate of forlorn wandering spirits.
That last one was almost poetic.

"Lee Myung Bak's Sinister Intention Blasted":
The puppet warmongers are frantically staging Key Resolve and Foal Eagle joint military exercises across south Korea aimed at invading the DPRK in collusion with the U.S. This clearly reveals the treacherous and bellicose intention of the group of traitors to provoke a new war through cooperation with outside forces with an eye to realize its long-harbored ambition "to achieve unification by invading the north" at any cost.

A village can never be in peace as long as mad dogs run about.

The situation on the Korean Peninsula has reached an unpredictable phase of explosion due to the anti-DPRK and anti-reunification confrontational policy pursued by the group, kowtowing to foreign forces.
The latest edition of Haveil Havalim won't meet the fate of forlorn wandering spirits.

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