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Was it all only in Kim Jong Il's head?

Or has something got lost in translation?:

"Today is the 27th anniversary of the publication of Kim Jong Il's famous work, "On the Juche Idea." The Korean people, with deep emotion, take this opportunity to look back upon his brilliant ideological and theoretical exploits made for the times and revolution".

Kimmy Liar?

Elsewhere, the DPRK is talking the talk, but signally failing to walk the walk:

"The U.S. imperialist aggressor forces committed more than 110 cases of aerial espionage and the south Korean puppet forces at least 80 cases, bringing the total number of cases to more than 190. They let U-2, RC-7B, RC-12, RC-800, RF-4C and E-3 fly everyday for frantic aerial espionage against the DPRK from March 9 to 20. At least 20 cases of aerial espionage were perpetrated by U-2 of the U.S. imperialist aggressor forces present in south Korea".

They are not very happy about this.

Time for some bluster:

"The U.S. imperialist warmongers had better bear in mind that RC-135 and all other spy planes perpetrating espionage against the DPRK are within the range of its strikes".

As they used to say, and maybe still do, in playgrounds the length and breadth of this great nation, 'Come and have a go if you think you're hard enough', as the C-135 has a maxium speed of 580 mph and a service ceiling of 50,000 ft, and is thus well within the range of a Mig 29, the DPRK's fanciest combat aircraft.

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Blogger ScotsToryB said... 6:06 pm

..and due to the wonder of the web I followed the link to Mig29 and found this:
followed by:


Now, as to the first part of your article...theoretical exploits etc. bwa...bwa..ha......bwa..ha.hahahahahaha!


Blogger Croydonian said... 10:13 am

Impressive indeed, although one might wonder what practical use the manoeuvre has...  

Blogger ScotsToryB said... 11:20 am

Apparently when being chased you practically stop in mid air, allowing the enemy to fly past and as soon as you can you fire your missiles.


Blogger Croydonian said... 11:29 am

Ah. Gotcha.  

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