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Great headlines of our time

Should serve to give everyone a good laugh too:


Yeah, right.

And there's more:

The advantages and vitality of socialism have been clearly proved by the reality in the DPRK which has brought about in a short span of historical time great socio-economic changes. It is impossible for capitalism to do so even though they would have taken it hundreds of years.

The South Korean economy weighs in at $929 billion (nominal) and that of the DPRK at $26.2 billion...  


And because I feel like it, a Daktoritang of DPRK odds and ends:


"General Secretary Kim Jong Il provided field guidance to the Taedonggang Combined Fruit Farm newly built by the Ministry of People's Security....Feasting his eyes on a vast expanse of fields under fruit trees standing in good order and roads stretching between orchards and modern structures, he expressed great satisfaction over the fact that soldier-builders built a modern large-scale fruit producer of world standard in a matter of a few months out of patriotism".

I would have thought bricks and mortar would have been a better choice.  


And the old villain really has been getting out and about:


General Secretary Kim Jong Il provided field guidance to the newly-built Sokjong Pig Farm and the Sokjong Factory for Producing Sliced Vegetables Preserved in Soy Sauce.

Snappy name.

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Blogger Nick Drew said... 1:46 pm

Seeing the compound of barracks covered with persimmon trees bearing abundant ripe fruits in its branches, he tenderly called the battalion persimmon battalion and gave a high appreciation of ardent patriotism of the servicepersons who have spruced up the post

and you call this man a villain ? shame on you, sir !  



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