Saturday, February 17, 2007

Dear Leader Comrade Generalissimo Kim Jong Il Is The Shining Sun And The Hope Of All Humankind Video Marathon

The Democratic People's Republic of Korea is the invincible ever-victorious nation led by General Kim Jong Il who inherited his remarkable virtues and unusual command abilities from the Great Leader President Marshal Kim Il Sung.

When the US imperialists and their stooges tried to stifle socialism in Korea by means of instigating a criminal war of aggression, General Kim Jong Il put the whole nation on the footing of war mobilizing the whole army and people to rally in defence of the Leader who is more precious than their own lives, smashing the criminal moves of the US imperialists.

Ri In Mah, a Korean official kidnapped by the US imperialists and subjected to years of torture and privations in occupied south Korea never relinquished his unshakable faith in the Leader. Steadfast and resolute in his yearning for the Leader, he returned as a Hero of Korea rewarded with the hand of both the Great Leader and the Dear Leader.

Korea's great victories over the criminal US imperialists and their lackeys proved Korea to be the great military power that no formidable enemy can defeat or dare provoke.

This shows that General Kim Jong Il is the master of strategic proportions with an unusual command of the art of war. General Kim Jong Il is therefore renowned across the globe as the Great Warrior!

MANSE!

17 comments:

Dr. Fallon said...

Read more at:
http://rujournalism.blogspot.com/2007/02/iraq-war-helping-al-qaida-regroup.html

Iraq War Helping al Qa'ida Regroup

Terrorists "on the march" rather than "on the run"

An Update on the so-called "War on Terror"TM

In case there was any doubt left, here's more evidence that the war in Iraq is nothing more than a distraction from the actual war on terror.

Terrorism expert Bruce Hoffman of Georgetown University told the House Armed Services Subcommittee that al Qaida has had a chance to regroup and strengthen its forces thanks to the American invasion and subsequent occupation of Iraq. He testified to his belief that President George W. Bush's planned "surge" of nearly 22,000 additional troops is "exactly what al-Qaida wants."


"Iraq, for them, has been an effective means to preoccupy American military forces and distract U.S. attention while al-Qaida has regrouped and reorganized since the invasion of Afghanistan in 2001," he said.
Others agree.


Daniel Benjamin of the Brookings Institution agreed that al-Qaida "appears to have recovered" from any damage inflicted during the expulsion from Afghanistan. Al-Qaida now is based in tribal areas of Pakistan along the Afghanistan border, where the Pakistani government "shows little inclination to dislodge it," he said.

The U.S. invasion and occupation of Iraq "gave the jihadists an unmistakable boost," he said. Among "self-starter jihadists," the U.S. invasion and occupation is universally cited as justification for terrorism. The U.S. presence in Iraq has turned the country into "a sanctuary for jihadists better than Afghanistan ever was," he said.

As of this moment, 63% of Americans oppose the surge.

Read more at:
http://rujournalism.blogspot.com/2007/02/iraq-war-helping-al-qaida-regroup.html

James Waterton said...

Dear Doctor,

Apologies for the delay in responding, but I’ve been terribly busy with the various goings-on in my non-existent “life”.

You know, I originally planned to do a point-by-point refutation of your spittle-flecked rejoinder, but I came to realise how silly I was being arguing with someone like you. Look what you’ve written to me in our little jousts. You’ve shown your stock-in-trade to be blatant misattribution, deep incomprehension, a pig-headed denial of painfully obvious facts, breathtaking hypocrisy, unashamed self-contradiction and inconsistency, an insufferable and entirely misplaced self-righteousness and an astonishing inability to perceive yourself and your stance. Unsurprising for someone with a background in current affairs broadcasting, I suppose. Thing is, now I know your game, I’ve decided my time’s too precious to waste playing it with you. Enjoy the mud, Doc. It suits you. Toodles!

Dr. Fallon said...

"Maartin Waterton"--

I accept your absolute and unconditional concession, which, in fact, I was expecting. You're very predictable.

However, if you'd ever like to actually rebut an argument of mine, rather than making snide comments about "botox," "meds," and sexual orientation, I look forward to hearing from you.

Have a nice day!
;-)

James Waterton said...

Talking of predictable, I also knew you'd view it as a concession.

You need to take a good hard look at yourself. Grow up, Pete.

Dr. Fallon said...

Ouch!

"James Waterton" strikes again!

Thanks for the advice, Jim. Now -- back to your mirror.

Alex said...

All hail the great leader Kim Jong Il! May God bless his round belly to make it grow ever larger while his people starve, and may the spirits of Kim Il Sung bless his tower of hair so that it may grow ever taller than Baekdusan!

Renegade Paladin said...

...

Goddamn, you suck. And so does North Korea.

Seriously, "the Leader who is more precious than their own lives?" I'm sorry, a national leader should serve his people, not the other way around, and Kim Jong-Il does not do that. He is an abject failure, and you are a world-class jackass for supporting him.

That is all.

Hero of Mt. Paektu said...

Nice feathered hat paladin.

Dizzy: victory chick said...

Dr. Fallon,

Are you a real professor? I mean, really?

None of the higher educators in my life have ever used arguments that are equivalent to: "I'm rubber and you are glue, everything you say bounces off me and sticks to you."

I don't see any evidence that you engage in meaningful discussion, and I tend to agree with much of what you say.

Dizzy.

Dr. Fallon said...

Dizzy--

Yes. I am. I really am.

How many "higher educators" have you had that were also bloggers? The blogoshphere can be a rough place. I am the same person in a classroom as I am on my blog -- or someone else's -- but that doesn't mean my behavior is going to be the same. Erving Goffman pointed out that our behaviors are very much dictated by the roles we find ourselves playing.

To my knowledge, I have never said "I'm rubber, you're glue... (etc.)" If you are referring to my "debate" with "James Waterton," I will humbly concede to you it does not represent either of our best moments.

The fact of the matter is that there was no meaningful discussion between us. But that doesn't mean that I haven't asked for it.

I have asserted over and over again that I welcome debate and argument, and I will answer argument with counterargument.

But, like I said, the blogosphere is a pretty rough place, and if you're getting mauled by lurkers who only throw stones, sometimes ytou have to throw a few of your own.

Here's a question for you: to what extent does my behavior or my presence bother you SPECIFICALLY because I publicly identify myself? Would it be easier if I were anonymous? I'd be interested to know.

Dizzy: victory chick said...

What bothered me about your comment was that I find it undignified coming from a professor. I laud your courage at identifying yourself; it is courage that I don't have.

One reason that the Internet is such a "rough place" is because silly debates like this are perpetuated.

Personal attacks are reprehensible coming from an anonymous moron or from the most educated. But I think the most educated should be able to identify an intellectual dead-end. To me, it brings you down to a less constructive level. Come to think of it, that is what bothers me the most. Since I've spent so much time studying to effectively use my intelligence, seeing someone of your credentials stoop to such arguing hits a nerve with me.

Why not ignore nonconstructive criticism? You'll probably be happier.

Regards,
Dizzy.

Defender of the Red Flag said...

Dr Peter K Fallon. PhD is the world renowned professor of Songun military tactics and Juche! This makes him the most enlightened man in America! Mansae!!!

Amerasian in Daegu said...
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Zepp said...

Hi. I saw a couple of films about DPRK on YT uploaded by You. "Kim Jong Il the brilliant statesman, political genius, prolific author, intellectual giant" - Why do you idolize Kim Jong Il so much? I live in a country wich was a people's republic (just like DPRK) and I'm very happy that my country is a parliamentary republic now. I don't like my president but I can say this very loud. Can You think and tell something different than Kim Jong Il's ideology? I don't think so. /Sorry for my bad English, btw/

countingmyblessings said...

I guess you guys will be deleting my entry very soon since you people not really into free speech. However, I would like you to consider Idealology as something that has long been used to control the masses. Why can't we be pragmatic and to do what is best for the nation... (empowering individual rights and a free market principle.) Communism though with lofty goals is not pragmatic and history has shown it to be unable to deliver its promises due to the technology that we have. Thus, have you considered opening up your mind and accepting the truth aside form whatever indoctrination your country has given you? Learn to be free and to think for yourself. Your life too precious to waste it on a despot like Kim Jong Il

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