Wednesday, August 31, 2011

(North) Korean News: "Zionists' Survival Contrasts Human Dignity, Independence"

The actual article is devoted to Ahmadinejad pronouncements, but may we assume the North Korean regime agrees with the sentiments expressed in the title? (If their rallying around the headquarters of the revolution with the might of Songun leaves them time for agreeing with anything?)
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Friday that Zionist regime's establishment and survival are in contrast with human dignity and independence.

Delivering his Friday prayers congregation pre-sermon address, President Ahmadinejad said Zionist regime's existence is not merely a threat to the Palestinian and the entire regional nations, rather its establishment and continued survival contrast interests, independence and dignity of all regional nations.

He said the prelude to establishment of the regime was lies and deception.
Probably a reference to Holocaust denial. How Juche! According to another Korean News item, "Mugabe Urges Use of Green Technology to Boost Economy":
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on Friday urged use of appropriate green technologies in order to put the country's economy on a sustainable growth path.

The president said focus should also be placed on environment conservation to mitigate effects of climate change and ensure agriculture, a major driver of the economy, grows on a sustainable basis.

Mugabe underscored the importance of greening the economy.
And then everyone will be green with envy . . .

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