Tuesday, March 20, 2007

US Imperialists Think They Can Defeat Korea

The war criminal mental retard US imperialists think they can defeat Korea, but the whole world castigate them as the worst human rights abusers in humankind history and will not stand idly by as the criminal US imperialists make their moves of war ever more undisguised.

Even their weapons rebel against the Bush clique as this video shows. Down with Bush! Down with Amerikkka!


Unknown said...

Umm, Banner of Songun, what do you hope to accomplish with this blog?

Peter K Fallon, Ph.D. said...

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Bhutto : Taliban Rules Part of Pakistan

We've got the wrong allies to fight the wrong war. Musharraf must go.

The Taliban must be defeated in Pakistan this year or the country risks falling under the sway of extremists much as Afghanistan did before September 11, 2001, former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto said.

Bhutto, who hopes to return from exile and run for prime minister again in elections this year, also warned that the judicial crisis gripping Pakistan could spin out of control and underscores the importance of restoring civilian rule.

''They (the Taliban) have actually established a mini-state in the tribal areas of Pakistan. My fear is that if these forces are not stopped in 2007, they are going to try to take on the state of Pakistan itself,'' Bhutto said in an interview on Friday. ''In my view it is a genuine threat,'' she said.

Bhutto is the leader of the Pakistan People's Party, a secular party that leans toward government interventionism in economics and social justice. She was ousted in 1996 under questionable circumstances after her husband, Asif Ali Zardari, was accused of using his position as husband of the Prime Minister for economic gain. Musharraf took power in a coup in 1999, overthrowing Prime Minister Muhammad Rafiq Tarar, and becoming both head of government and head of state as President.

''General Musharraf does say that he wants to go after terrorists, that he wants to go after the forces that support the Taliban, but he's unable to do it,'' Bhutto said from her apartment on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, where she lives with her ailing husband when she's not working for her return to Pakistani politics from Dubai.

Musharraf also has been exploiting the presence of the extreme Islamist movement as a rationale for maintaining his military rule beyond general elections due before the end of 2007, she said.

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Cazman said...

What do they hope to accomplish you ask?
Well that's simple. To show dear leader's true love and compassion for his people and how he hope to rid the world of evil like George w bush.
Those are few of the many reasons of this blog.
How else would dear leader spread his greatness.

Peter K Fallon, Ph.D. said...

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Apocalypse Soon?

Rolling Stone put together a panel of left-wing, pinko, anti-war crazies and asked them, essentially, just exactly how bad did George W. Bush screw up the middle east in his so-called "war on terror."

The panel included such well-known radicals and communist sympathizers as:

Zbigniew Brzezinski, Gen. Tony McPeak (member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under the first President Bush), Michael Scheuer (former CIA agent in charge of the Osama bin Laden unit), Paul Pillar (28 year veteran CIA intelligence analyst and the CIA's former lead Counterterrorist analyst), Richard Clarke (advisor to Presidents Reagan, Bush I, Clinton, and Bush II, and the National Security Council's anti-terrorism "czar" from 1992 until 2003), Juan Cole (Professor of History at the University of Michigan, a world-renowned middle-eastern scholar, and the creator of the influential blog Informed Consent), Chas Freeman (US Ambassador to Saudi Arabia during the first Gulf War and the president of the Middle East Policy Council), and Nir Rosen (fellow of the New America Foundation), and Bob Graham (former Governor of Florida, 1978-1987, Former US Senator, 1987-2005, former Chair of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence).

The Rolling Stone article is essential reading, if sobering -- even frightening. I excerpt a few of the panel's thoughts:

The Best-Case Scenario:

Richard Clarke: All the things they say will happen are already happening. Iraq is already a base for terrorists; there is already a civil war. We've got 150,000 troops there now and we can't stop it.
McPeak: You have to hope that Iraq devolves into a federal state with three strong regional governments. But that has its downsides: The Turks would go berserk. They would see Kurdistan as a base for the Kurdish insurgency inside Turkey, which has bedeviled them like the IRA in Ireland or the Basques in Spain...
Scheuer: The neoconservatives and their war in Iraq have made Israeli security worse than at any time since 1967. You'll see more and more people trying to launch attacks in Israel who are not Palestinian or Lebanese. None of it bodes well for a Middle East peace settlement.
The Most Likely Outcome:

McPeak: We're going to see a full-scale intercommunal war that may not burn out until one side is all dead, all gone. The Kurds would like to sit on the sidelines, but I don't see how they stay out, especially up in the Kirkuk area, where they sit on a lot of oil. This is going to be ethnic cleansing like we had in Kosovo or Bosnia -- but written big, in capital letters. And we can't stop it.
Chas Freeman: The most efficient way to avoid mass killings is to help the Shiites win fast, consolidate their damn dictatorship and get the hell out. The level of anarchy and hatred and emotional disturbance is such that it's very hard to imagine anything except a Saddam-style reign of terror succeeding in pacifying the place.
Rosen: Our Sunni allies in the region, the so-called moderate states -- dictatorships like Jordan and Saudi Arabia -- are pushing the U.S. to switch sides and support the Sunnis. We've been working up to that, obviously. The whole buildup to a new war against Iran, which sounds so much like the buildup in 2002, is part of that. You no longer hear about Al Qaeda in Iraq. More and more we're hearing about Iran and Shias.
Graham: This administration seems to be getting ready to make -- at a much more significant, escalated level -- the same mistake we made in Iran that we made in Iraq. If Iraq has been a disaster, this would be multiple times Iraq. The extent to which this could be the horror of the twenty-first century is hard to exaggerate.
Brzezinski: If the war continues without any American willingness to accommodate regionally and to pull out, the Iraq War will be extended to Iran. And if we get involved in a war with Iran, that raises the prospect of a twenty-year-long involvement in protracted violence in Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan and probably Pakistan. I'm not a prophet, but if the president doesn't change course, then the more grim prognosis is a likely one.
The Worst-Case Scenario:

Rosen: Iraq will be the battleground where the Sunni-Shia conflict will be fought, but it won't be limited to Iraq. It will spread. Pandora's box is open. We didn't just open it, we opened it and threw fuel into it and threw matches into it. You'll soon see Sunni militias destabilizing countries like Jordan and Syria -- where the Sunni Muslim Brotherhood is very strong...
Scheuer: I can't help but think we've signed Jordan's death warrant. The country is already on a simmering boil because of the king's oppression of Islamists. It could turn into a police state like Egypt, or an incoherent, revolving-door-type government like Lebanon is becoming now.
McPeak: The worst case? Iraq's Sunnis begin to be backed into a corner, then the Sunni governments -- Jordan, Saudi Arabia -- jump in. Israel sees that it's threatened by these developments. Once the Israelis get involved, then everybody piles on. And you've got nuclear events going off in the Middle East. That would be about as bad as it could get.
Cole: During the war between Iraq and Iran, Saddam and Khomeini didn't destroy each other's oil-producing capabilities, because they knew it would make each of them a Fourth World country. But if you get a big multicountry guerrilla war, guerrillas could do what they've been doing in northern Iraq: Hit the oil pipelines. Guerrillas aren't calculating it the way states are as far as mutually assured destruction. If you got pipeline sabotage in Iran and Saudi Arabia and southern Iraq, you could take twelve percent of the world's petroleum production off the market. That looks like the second Great Depression.
McPeak ends with an "attaboy" for those who weren't paying attention to reality and voted for George W. Bush in 2004:

McPeak: This is a dark chapter in our history. Whatever else happens, our country's international standing has been frittered away by people who don't have the foggiest understanding of how the hell the world works. America has been conducting an experiment for the past six years, trying to validate the proposition that it really doesn't make any difference who you elect president. Now we know the result of that experiment [laughs]. If a guy is stupid, it makes a big difference.
How in the world did we let this happen?

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Unknown said...

I cannot help but laugh here. This is what happens when the government becomes corrupt and allows people not beneficial to our society to leech our resources and drain us of intelligent workers. Euthanasia for the developmentally disabled is highly beneficial to society. Society is more productive! People like George Bush would be killed after Birth! Hopefully the Europians, Wicked Japs and Imperialst War-Mongering AmeriKKKans will finally learn from the great example Dear Leader is setting.

People point to Hitler sometimes when this sort of discussion occurs, but Hitler was a fascist moron who stole this concept from the communists (his laughing-stock national "socialist" party stole just enough to fool people).

Technology stolen by AmeriKKKans includes:
* Televison
* Radio
* Nuclear Weapons
* Computers
* Compact Discs
* Floppy Disks
* Electric Motors (Nikolia Tesla was held in the AmeriKKKas against his will)
* Snow Balls (They're called Snow Grenades you mentally-challenged war-mongering morons)
* Puppies

Harry R. said...

I don't know why nobody has realised, but three things are wrong with this video. A) It was filmed, B) He was shooting into and open field, and C) There was a row of soldiers watching. This seems staged to me.

Unknown said...

This video sort of reminds me of a certain nuclear test in North Korea some time ago...
You remember, the warhead didn`t exactly reach America (not even Japan).

Songun=crapola said...

Reading this some things strike me as wrong in this "stolen technologies" how can puppies be any type of technology. Most the things listed were not in fact created by/in The western countries.If Tesla was being held against his will (He was a United States citizen) does not change the fact that the electric motor was created in the United States. The computer it self was not even created in our own history. Before our time, most likely in the early periods of the 18th century. Nuclear weapons the weapon is just the nuclear element used against another human being. Therefore created by Marie Curie that found out of the x-ray potential of nuclear elements. Radio was not in fact even invented on that side of the world. This was another proof of concept by Tesla. Snow balls, You can not be serious. The balls of snow the young children of American and European countries fling around harmlessly. These could not have been invented any where. the "Snow Balls" you talk about do not even show up on the resources I have.

The javelin test pictured in the video was not at all relate to any of the real javelin missiles used by many countries. Scientific tests will not be showed in front of a live audience. No live explosive would have been used. This video might have been a proof of concept but nothing more. lets hear about all the things you have screwed up in your scientific testing. if you did any scientific testing. like the others have said this looks staged. That may even be a toy rocket launched in a tube.

Bush may have messed up, but the entire country has excelled in it's democratic status.Creating a status of taking care of generations future with education for all. Starting with the things the NATO forces have done. Great things have started such as feeding the countries you say the NATO countries have started.