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What Kim Jong Il did next....

He went to the Kanggye Stock Farm, and what a lot of adventures he had too:

"General Secretary Kim Jong Il provided field guidance to the newly-built Kanggye Stock Farm.
The farm covering a vast area of fields along the Kubong Pass and in Uijin is a large comprehensive stock-breeding base for raising goats, rabbits, ducks and milch cows and other grass-eating domestic animals".


Must be a new variety of duck.


"Fisting (sic) his eyes on the farm reminiscent of a picture--its branches at the foot of each mountain, modern dwelling houses, production buildings and entertainment and service facilities that stand in rows at the sunny foot of a mountain--, he noted that there is one more spectacular scenery on the bank of the brightly lit River Jangja".

Indeed.

Elsewhere, the DPRK is a bit unhappy with JapanAgain:


"It is an invariable wild ambition of Japan and its strategic goal for emerging a military power to go nuclear...Japan's nuclear weaponization is becoming a reality, not just speculation and hypothesis. The danger of such moves lies in that Japan seeks to launch overseas aggression for world domination after going nuclear.

If Japan had wanted to go nuclear, it would have done so decades ago....

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Anonymous Frank said... 12:21 pm

Not just ducks have been reduced to eating grass in North Korea, or so I understand.  



Blogger James Higham said... 7:26 pm

There was the little matter of agreements preventing them though.  



Blogger Croydonian said... 11:55 am

Frank - Indeed. Starvation continues to be an intermittent problem in the DPRK, which is a disgrace.

James - indeed, although I do not imagine that of the countries with sufficient military heft would do anything about it.  



Anonymous puzzled of nether wallop said... 1:42 pm

Jolly good news about the potato starch too!!!

Sorry to have been quiet of late old chap but I have decided to write The Nether Wallop Chronicles as a comnic novel.

'When the going gets weird, the weird go professional' (Hunter S Thompson).

Naturally your esteemed blog will get a mention when I have concluded the publishers' beauty parade as regards what outfit will have the honour to publish this volume for the usual 7 figure advance.  



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