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DPRK defector arrested for delivering rice to his homeland

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South Korean police arrested a DPRK refugee on charges of sending 130 tons of rice worth about 105 million South Korean won (about $ 97 thousand) to the North Korean Ministry of State Security, reports RIA News message agency "Renhap."




According to an agency referring to representatives of the Suwon City Prosecutor’s Office, an 49-year-old woman delivered rice to North Korea twice a year through an intermediary in China.

It is reported that the resettlement was detained by the police after it transferred 80 million won (about $ 75 thousand) to its intermediary in the PRC in order to send an additional batch of rice.

A woman fled from the DPRK in 2011 year. Before her arrest, she managed to sell her house and personal items. She explained to the police that she wanted to return home “for reunification with her son”.

A source from the agency clarified that a woman came out at the beginning of 2017 of the year to communicate with the North Korean special services.

Recall, in respect of Pyongyang, there are UN Security Council sanctions imposed in connection with the nuclear and missile tests conducted in the DPRK. Recently, the authorities declared that they now had the opportunity to deliver nuclear strikes throughout the United States.
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  1. Vitaly Anisimov
    Vitaly Anisimov 18 February 2018 10: 08
    +12
    Now they are barking about famine in the DPRK, etc.
    1. 210ox
      210ox 18 February 2018 10: 11
      +4
      And this is no longer a business ... But intelligence wassat
      Quote: MIKHAN
      Now they are barking about famine in the DPRK, etc.
      1. bouncyhunter
        bouncyhunter 18 February 2018 10: 19
        +24
        Quote: MIKHAN
        Now they are barking about famine in the DPRK

        How not to recall the words about any squeeze, beside hunger strikes? wink
        Quote: 210ox
        And this is no longer a business ... But intelligence

        Prodembargo against the DPRK for the sake of mattresses. So much for "democracy" - people starve to death. negative
        1. Galaxy
          Galaxy 18 February 2018 10: 40
          +5
          Quote: bouncyhunter
          Quote: MIKHAN
          Now they are barking about famine in the DPRK

          How not to recall the words about any squeeze, beside hunger strikes? wink
          Quote: 210ox
          And this is no longer a business ... But intelligence

          Prodembargo against the DPRK for the sake of mattresses. So much for "democracy" - people starve to death. negative

          All this bullshit! For example, Comrade Eun is not starving at all, he has his own suppliers, look at his round cheeks, he obviously doesn’t eat rice alone and crackles for five, his appetite is excellent, unlike his companions. It is high time for him to be treated with hunger.
          1. Graz
            Graz 18 February 2018 11: 01
            +2
            Quote: Galaxy
            Quote: bouncyhunter
            Quote: MIKHAN
            Now they are barking about famine in the DPRK

            How not to recall the words about any squeeze, beside hunger strikes? wink
            Quote: 210ox
            And this is no longer a business ... But intelligence

            Prodembargo against the DPRK for the sake of mattresses. So much for "democracy" - people starve to death. negative

            All this bullshit! For example, Comrade Eun is not starving at all, he has his own suppliers, look at his round cheeks, he obviously doesn’t eat rice alone and crackles for five, his appetite is excellent, unlike his companions. It is high time for him to be treated with hunger.

            Well, he and his grandfather and father were not skinny and the alleged brother killed at the airport is also full, here most likely heredity
            1. Galaxy
              Galaxy 18 February 2018 11: 30
              +3
              no, his ancestors were able to choose "trump" suppliers and he was taught, and by heredity he was only given a state and gluttony. A man does not deny himself anything, but our national leader is the embodiment of modesty, he doesn’t eat sanction cheese and doesn’t allow his citizens, he uses only natural dietary products from six hundred square meters, His Holiness Patriarch Kirill. That's who the Koreans should take an example from!
              1. poquello
                poquello 18 February 2018 12: 24
                +2
                Quote: Galaxy
                sanctioned cheese itself

                doesn’t eat pralno, they’re driving a surrogate
          2. Vitaly Anisimov
            Vitaly Anisimov 18 February 2018 14: 03
            +2
            Quote: Galaxy
            All this bullshit! For example, Comrade Eun is not starving at all, he has his own suppliers, look at his round cheeks,

            Well, of course, this is from radiation from his cheeks .. hehe

            Well done Eun! Clearly, the US slammed its nose ..
            1. Korax71
              Korax71 18 February 2018 16: 07
              +1
              What slammed it ???? the fact that all of its population was paired with dad in such a place! Well, of course, the peasant and worker are filled with pride from owning th country.
              1. Vitaly Anisimov
                Vitaly Anisimov 18 February 2018 16: 36
                +2
                Quote: Korax71
                What slammed it ???? the fact that all of its population was paired with dad in such a place! Well, of course, the peasant and worker are filled with pride from owning th country.

                And Un’s sister is very pretty .. And smart, an educated girl obviously!

                I would blow ...
                1. Korax71
                  Korax71 18 February 2018 17: 05
                  +7
                  Meehan-you maniacello lol
        2. Misha Honest
          Misha Honest 18 February 2018 12: 02
          +16
          Quote: bouncyhunter
          Prodembargo against the DPRK for the sake of mattresses. So much for "democracy" - people starve to death

          Somehow imperceptibly in the modern world, many borders between Western (so-called) democracy and fascism have been erased ... Previously, the Germans organized the genocide of different peoples, and now the UN is sponsoring the genocide under the sponsorship of the FSA.
        3. poquello
          poquello 18 February 2018 12: 21
          +5
          Quote: bouncyhunter
          Quote: MIKHAN
          Now they are barking about famine in the DPRK

          How not to recall the words about any squeeze, beside hunger strikes? wink
          Quote: 210ox
          And this is no longer a business ... But intelligence

          Prodembargo against the DPRK for the sake of mattresses. So much for "democracy" - people starve to death. negative

          already jarred, starving people is not humanly
        4. Evgeny Goncharov (smoogg)
          Evgeny Goncharov (smoogg) 18 February 2018 14: 26
          +1
          before you grind nonsense, ask how much food is supplied to the DPRK
        5. Zoldat_A
          Zoldat_A 19 February 2018 06: 48
          +8
          Pasha hi hi drinks !
          Quote: bouncyhunter
          Prodembargo against the DPRK for the sake of mattresses. So much for "democracy" - people starve to death.

          I recall that the Germans strangled one city with hunger much harder .... There are two thoughts about this.
          Firstly - and did they do a lot ?.
          Secondly - then it was a crime against humanity, and now it is "coercion to democracy" .... I get high with such a difference ....
          1. bouncyhunter
            bouncyhunter 19 February 2018 11: 19
            +2
            Alex, my friend! Strongly welcome !!! hi drinks drinks drinks
            Quote: Zoldat_A
            I recall that the Germans strangled one city with hunger much harder ....

            We remember, and some do not know about it. And there are those who are consciously silent about this. negative
            Quote: Zoldat_A
            Firstly - and did they do a lot ?.
            Secondly - then it was a crime against humanity, and now - "coercion to democracy" ....

            They ate the pike - but the teeth remained. It is no coincidence that many consider Matrasia the fourth Reich.
            Quote: Zoldat_A
            I get high with such a difference ....

            I understand what you mean. Me too, Amerz’s imperfections ... am
      2. svp67
        svp67 18 February 2018 10: 19
        +8
        Quote: 210ox
        And intelligence

        But how, there were written on intelligence pictures
        1. LSA57
          LSA57 18 February 2018 10: 28
          +9
          Quote: svp67
          But how, there were written on intelligence pictures

          and inside the risings, microfilms lol
          1. svp67
            svp67 18 February 2018 11: 30
            +3
            Quote: LSA57
            and inside the risings, microfilms

            Well, that's why you discovered it ... now you have to open every picture ...
            1. IL-18
              IL-18 18 February 2018 11: 34
              +3
              So the millstone of big politics milled the unfortunate woman. Trouble.
            2. LSA57
              LSA57 18 February 2018 11: 39
              +2
              Quote: svp67
              Now you have to open every picture ...

              until everyone opens and forget about Eun lol
              1. svp67
                svp67 18 February 2018 11: 45
                +2
                Quote: LSA57
                until everyone opens and forget about Eun

                Yes ... they’ll “remember” it every time, while they’ll cut rice with a jigsaw ... and “by father and mother”
                1. LSA57
                  LSA57 18 February 2018 13: 00
                  +3
                  Quote: svp67
                  Yes ... they’ll “remember” it every time, while they’ll cut rice with a jigsaw ... and “by father and mother”

                  so it is all better than vigorous bonby laughing Yes, and there is something for people to do, not all of them should look for all of our hackers lol
          2. poquello
            poquello 18 February 2018 12: 40
            +4
            Quote: LSA57
            and inside the rice

            flooded, and suddenly the weapons are being taken?
            1. Svarog51
              Svarog51 18 February 2018 15: 07
              +2
              When this picture is welded - there will be a detailed plan for the deployment of American nuclear missiles wink
    2. Shurik70
      Shurik70 18 February 2018 10: 12
      +10
      Something I did not understand, sanctions that, and food supplies are blocking?
      Why was she arrested? She supplied not high technologies.
      1. Blackmokona
        Blackmokona 18 February 2018 10: 26
        +2
        I suspect that she sold the house that South Korea gave her.
      2. Lopatov
        Lopatov 18 February 2018 10: 27
        +22
        Quote: Shurik70
        Something I did not understand, sanctions that, and food supplies are blocking?

        Exactly.
        As well as medicines and other essentials.
        Western "democracy" is a very, very cannibalistic thing. It's just that they are trying to thoroughly retouch her mug. But sometimes it breaks through ...
        1. Blackmokona
          Blackmokona 18 February 2018 10: 39
          +4
          Russia and China also voted for sanctions
          1. Razvedka_Boem
            Razvedka_Boem 18 February 2018 10: 54
            +2
            Behind the scenes help.
            Big politics ..
            1. Blackmokona
              Blackmokona 18 February 2018 11: 50
              +1
              And we are sending the Gaster from the DPRK before the sanctions abuses for a year and a half.
          2. Lopatov
            Lopatov 18 February 2018 11: 04
            +2
            Quote: BlackMokona
            Russia and China also voted for sanctions

            Russia is also a democratic country.
            Well, China traditionally does not give a damn about the population of foreign countries, its interests are more important to it.
          3. svp67
            svp67 18 February 2018 11: 32
            +2
            Quote: BlackMokona
            Russia and China also voted for sanctions

            The sanctions adopted have one clause; they do not apply to EARLY CONCLUDED contracts. Apparently we hope that there should be enough time for a solution.
        2. svp67
          svp67 18 February 2018 11: 31
          +2
          Quote: Spade
          Western "democracy" is a very, very cannibalistic thing

          But how else to promote their "values", the one where they are not particularly welcome.
      3. figwam
        figwam 18 February 2018 10: 33
        +1
        Quote: Shurik70
        Something I did not understand, sanctions that, and food supplies are blocking?
        Why was she arrested? She supplied not high technologies.

        For this, they imposed sanctions so that everyone there would starve to death.
        1. Korax71
          Korax71 18 February 2018 16: 29
          +1
          In fact, they’ve been starving there already for a year. Among the population, the card system is operating. Now, with its nuclear program, everyone has climbed into the bubble. Instead of at least somehow solving the problem of hunger.
      4. Conserp
        Conserp 18 February 2018 11: 15
        +2
        A few decades ago in South Korea, thousands of people stupidly shot for less. So that’s nothing else.

        Occupational democracy - it is like that.
    3. Cartalon
      Cartalon 18 February 2018 10: 13
      +7
      And what to whine hunger is not hunger but with food seams, socialism is the same.
      1. Conserp
        Conserp 18 February 2018 10: 26
        +17
        A small, poor, cold, mountainous country without fuel and fertilizers, decades surviving in a military blockade under the constant threat of total genocide after the United States has already killed a third of the population there.

        But the shameless liberoid will come running and will bark that socialism is to blame.
        1. Blackmokona
          Blackmokona 18 February 2018 10: 48
          0
          China also led sanctions and tore the military alliance
          1. Razvedka_Boem
            Razvedka_Boem 18 February 2018 10: 56
            +1
            This is to the public. It would be different;
            1. Blackmokona
              Blackmokona 18 February 2018 12: 23
              0
              So they like the current look, why break it? Here is an excellent demotivator of communism and an excellent motivator for missile defense.
        2. fa2998
          fa2998 18 February 2018 11: 08
          +4
          A poor country does not produce nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles of different classes, does not hold a huge army, and a bunch of other weapons. Means are there.
          And yet, if it is forbidden to import products from the EU to Russia, for example, Norwegian salmon, it is delivered through Belarus. And no criminal cases, and arrests. hi
          1. Conserp
            Conserp 18 February 2018 12: 17
            +2
            Quote: fa2998
            A poor country does not produce nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles of different classes, does not hold a huge army, and a bunch of other weapons. Means are there.

            This means there is science, education, technology and people with hands. And not "means."

            Diesel fuel for agricultural machinery and thousands of tons of chemical fertilizers from the air can not yet be obtained. Not to mention fertile land.

            They were forced to import food to the north of Korea even in the 19th century - there is simply nowhere to grow there. Both Japan and the United States have not just occupied the warm south.

            Quote: fa2998
            it is forbidden to import products from the EU to Russia, for example, Norwegian salmon, it is delivered through Belarus. And no criminal cases, and arrests.

            Where should there be arrests - in Belarus or what? Is there fascism?

            PS A punctuation mark is followed by a space. But before - is not posed. This should have become clear to you even in elementary school.
        3. Korax71
          Korax71 18 February 2018 17: 03
          +1
          That is, that she was preparing a special army for South Korea’s annexation by force. That 90% of the territory of Meva Korea was also taken by? Why didn’t they suddenly want to stay in South Korea after wars of 100k North Korean prisoners, while Of the 25k South Korean, only 50k survived until liberation. For the entire war, 10 million civilians died on both sides with 1 million people. Well, and where did the damned mericos kill one third of the population ????
      2. LSA57
        LSA57 18 February 2018 10: 30
        +3
        Quote: Cartalon
        And what to whine hunger is not hunger but with food seams, socialism is

        So what? we also bought wheat in Canada in the Soviet Union and nevertheless were an Empire
      3. sabakina
        sabakina 18 February 2018 11: 33
        +6
        Quote: Cartalon
        And what to whine hunger is not hunger but with food seams, socialism is the same.

        I would love to go back to socialism ... the year is the 75th ... The maximum that we were afraid of at the time was Gypsies and Gorgaz. You can google about Gorgaz, an interesting topic.
        1. LSA57
          LSA57 18 February 2018 13: 04
          +2
          Quote: sabakina
          I would love to go back to socialism ... the year is the 75th ...

          and I would be 80 smile there was time ... smile Yes, and about the "Gorgaz" and never heard of. and we didn’t dissolve the gypsies then, they knew their place, did not twitch
    4. Spartanez300
      Spartanez300 18 February 2018 10: 15
      +1
      Looks like a "mishandled Cossack" in this case, a Cossack, that the North Koreans have little of their rice.
    5. Mar.Tirah
      Mar.Tirah 18 February 2018 10: 21
      0
      I didn’t understand anything either from the article. I transferred money to the PRC to supply rice, but was detained for some reason in South Korea? It was an excuse, and a lesson to those who want to return back to the DPRK! In general, we don’t understand even when the foreigners. Simple people in Russia are the last to be divided in order to help the hungry. On the contrary, they are doing everything to kill as many people as possible. They have someone to align with. The owner said that he would destroy this rebellious country, he must obey.
      1. sabakina
        sabakina 18 February 2018 11: 35
        +3
        Mar. Thira, why is it not clear? South Korea is short of rice.
      2. Conserp
        Conserp 18 February 2018 12: 23
        0
        Quote: Mar. Tira
        Transferred money to China, for the supply of rice, but for some reason was detained in South Korea?

        In South Korea, the occupation regime and the fascist military dictatorship.
        Before, tens of thousands of people were shot there on suspicion of sympathy for the DPRK alone.

        What is incomprehensible?
    6. siberalt
      siberalt 18 February 2018 11: 11
      0
      It is possible that one was "lit up", and a real large load went to the DPRK. lol The blockade of the whole state is a hopeless cause.
  2. Theodore
    Theodore 18 February 2018 10: 09
    +4
    Well, just like three spikelets! Only shitty.
  3. 210ox
    210ox 18 February 2018 10: 10
    +5
    "for the North Korean Ministry of State Security," Anecdote .. fool
  4. Cheburator
    Cheburator 18 February 2018 10: 13
    +15
    Poor people
  5. Herculesic
    Herculesic 18 February 2018 10: 15
    +4
    And the South Koreans at least behave ugly - they could just give the rice to the brothers from the north for free! The greed and shortsightedness of the South Koreans will sooner or later turn sideways to them! A big feat -take away rice for maybe kids from school! fool It’s bad that we got involved in these sanctions.
    1. Vita vko
      Vita vko 18 February 2018 10: 28
      0
      Quote: Herkulesich
      The greed and shortsightedness of the South Koreans will turn out sideways to them sooner or later!

      Now the people of the DPRK have practically nothing to lose. Hunger and poverty are very good reasons to start a war. On the other hand, the United States has already discredited the very possibility of a nuclear deal within the UN. But there are Russia and China nearby, as well as other SCO countries that are fully capable of ensuring the security of the DPRK in the event of a renunciation of nuclear weapons.
      1. seos
        seos 18 February 2018 10: 40
        +1
        which are quite capable of ensuring the security of the DPRK in case of renunciation of nuclear weapons.

        Unable, in general ...
        How have we or the Chinese defended North Korea from food sanctions and hunger?
        1. Vita vko
          Vita vko 18 February 2018 11: 46
          0
          Quote: seos
          How have we or the Chinese defended North Korea from food sanctions and hunger?

          Simple enough. Serious security guarantees will allow the DPRK to reduce huge defense spending. Secondly, the implementation of the UN Security Council resolution will open trade channels, now all trade is blocked. At the same time, this step is really capable of strengthening the positions of Russia and China, pushing the United States to the third plan. Moreover, the mechanism of security guarantees is quite simple - the creation of military bases.
          1. seos
            seos 18 February 2018 12: 50
            +3
            For sanctions by the United States, no reason is needed, sanctions can be lifted only if the DPRK completely surrenders and hands itself over to the new owners of the United States .. they will be used in the future for the war with Russia and China as free and useless cannon fodder ...
            You want such a fate for the inhabitants of the DPRK, I remind you they definitely do not enter the Golden Billion and will not enter ...
            Under any social system other than Communism, the people of the DPRK will be destroyed and no one will rush to save them ... as you see, the UN and the neighbors of African countries do not even try to fight hunger and lack of water there ... investments in the economy are not expected ... it will be the same with the DPRK, they have 2 options to continue to kick or be completely destroyed ...
    2. Blackmokona
      Blackmokona 18 February 2018 10: 28
      0
      So they give it, in response to shells, torpedoes and curses, sometimes North Korean special forces attack. In general, the case bothers. They are trying to give work, but the DPRK constantly opens and closes a joint industrial site
      1. Conserp
        Conserp 18 February 2018 12: 29
        +2
        Why are you lying?
    3. Razvedka_Boem
      Razvedka_Boem 18 February 2018 10: 57
      0
      The sanctions are official ..
      Help is unofficial.
      Well, how were you born yesterday ..)
    4. fa2998
      fa2998 18 February 2018 11: 24
      +2
      "Peaceful" northerners overlaid Seoul with the positions of MLRS and long-range artillery. And they do not make ballistic missiles and nuclear devices to use on their territory. To give the enemy food is how the USSR drove trains to Germany! You can of course feed the children, but you can and the army. Understand! hi
      1. Conserp
        Conserp 18 February 2018 12: 33
        +4
        Why are you lying?

        South Korea is occupied by the enemy.
        An enemy who has destroyed only 5 countries in recent years and millions of people are in them.
        An enemy who has already killed a third of the DPRK population and from the UN rostrum threatens to kill everyone. An enemy who constantly rattles weapons.

        Should Koreans just surrender and go voluntarily to concentration camps?
        1. Evgeny Goncharov (smoogg)
          Evgeny Goncharov (smoogg) 18 February 2018 14: 33
          0
          would you eat elsewhere
  6. svp67
    svp67 18 February 2018 10: 18
    +5
    South Korean police arrested a DPRK refugee on charges of sending 130 tons of rice worth about 105 million South Korean won (about $ 97 thousand) to the North Korean Ministry of State Security,
    It’s strange, to send an agent to deliver rice ... maybe it was a "sales agent"?
    1. demo
      demo 18 February 2018 10: 47
      +1
      The greater the lie, the sooner they will believe in it.


      Attributed to Hitler’s Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels.
      In fact, this is a paraphrased quote from the book “My Struggle” (vol. 1, chap. 10) by Adolf Hitler (1889-1945): “The broad masses [...] are more likely to be victims of a big lie (einer grossen Luge) than a small one” .

      Hence the English expression “Big Lie” that was born at that time.
    2. pafegosoff
      pafegosoff 18 February 2018 10: 48
      0
      As they say: "I cried!"
  7. tank66
    tank66 18 February 2018 10: 30
    +1
    Bullshit. The clause will be given. Here, if only half a ton of seasoning for Korean carrots ..
  8. pafegosoff
    pafegosoff 18 February 2018 10: 47
    +1
    @ Before her arrest, she managed to sell her house and personal belongings. She explained to the police that she wanted to return to her homeland "for reunion with her son."
    It is immediately recalled: "The artist sold his coffe ..." "Not strength, but sol, blat non-Russians!"
    Speculator and smuggler! Definitely! In the DPRK, for this - a karachun!
    1. sabakina
      sabakina 18 February 2018 11: 47
      +3
      on charges of sending 130 tons of rice worth about 105 million South Korean won (about $ 97 thousand) to the North Korean Ministry of State Security

      pafegosoff
      Speculator and smuggler! Definitely! In the DPRK, for this - a karachun!

      Et how? Will I kill you for feeding me? belay
  9. Dormidont
    Dormidont 18 February 2018 10: 57
    +3
    Trying not to die of hunger in spite of the sanctions of Father Fr., the Eloveks is a grave crime against the new order
  10. KVU-NSVD
    KVU-NSVD 18 February 2018 11: 03
    +4
    I read the comments here. For some reason, no one admits the idea that a woman deserter could simply be blackmailed from her homeland. Like, escaped? and now sell it to the ends and help the country you left, or else your son, oh, how hard it will be .... And that she had a different way? And they arrested it, most likely not for rice as such, but for smuggling, probably because she could send more rice to try to save her son ..
    1. Conserp
      Conserp 18 February 2018 12: 38
      +1
      She was arrested South Korean the Gestapo for wanting to help the DPRK, my young liberoid friend.
      1. KVU-NSVD
        KVU-NSVD 18 February 2018 12: 55
        +5
        She was arrested by the South Korean Gestapo for wanting to help the DPRK, my young liberoid friend.
        My dear friend ! And now, repeat the same thing, only in argument, about the Gestapo, but rather do not rush in big words. And about the "liberoidnost" ... - then provoke me, only spend traffic hi
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  11. Graz
    Graz 18 February 2018 11: 04
    +2
    may be to blame, but in my opinion, such an arrest looks like a cannibal, it's not even fuel, but food
    and starve people is genocide, in vain we subscribed to it under pressure from the West, this is a big sin
    1. Conserp
      Conserp 18 February 2018 13: 17
      +2
      And when the United States obliterated almost all Korean cities and killed a third of the population - wasn’t that genocide?

      Man-eaters are the most natural.
  12. pvv113
    pvv113 18 February 2018 11: 04
    +5
    North Korean deserter arrested for rice supply

    In the 90s, we had secret documents flowing westward. And no one sat down. And here - for rice request
  13. Graz
    Graz 18 February 2018 11: 09
    +3
    I, comrades, Russians want to remind you of the besieged Leningrad, where more than 900 people died of starvation and disease, but in fact the German and Finnish Nazis starved them to death, and Russia was not to participate in such things, this offends the memory of those who died
  14. Thunderbolt
    Thunderbolt 18 February 2018 11: 16
    0
    Why discuss it? I didn’t give a damn about the authority of the United Nations and violated the sanctions, now let them get punishment for edification of others.
    1. seos
      seos 18 February 2018 13: 06
      +1
      The UN has no authority, the United States regularly bends the UN and destroys countries against the will of the UN ... there are no sanctions against the US .... whom did the DPRK destroy? they are just trying to survive in a hostile world subordinate to the United States ...
      There is North Korea that the United States is constantly demonizing and there is South Korea - which in fact is a slave country, there is irrefutable evidence for it: During the Civil War, the USA destroyed South Korean peasants for refusing to fight with the troops of North Korea, it is even written in detail on the American Wikipedia (bombing of colonies refugees).
      The last case of servility was when the Koreans sent their citizens to death with a passenger plane in the USSR only to denigrate us ... (South Korean Boeing 747 of flight KE007) by the way, they recently admitted that it was just a provocation ... and the Koreans simply wiped off ... will they not bite their master's hand?
      Among other things, the South Korean Economic Miracle-Yudo is just a long-term pumping of the country with money from the United States (like Israel), to confront the USSR and China. (Ukrainians the same way at the expense of the USA they wanted to live but did not grow together)
      1. Thunderbolt
        Thunderbolt 18 February 2018 13: 31
        0
        What do we now worry about the DPRK? Everything is fine with them, and the arrest of the deserter and this story with rice is a clear provocation of the South Korean secret police. But if there really is tension with rice (as well as with medicines and other basic necessities), then there is no one to blame except Un. The world gave the DPRK a chance to curtail a nuclear missile program that undermines strategic security in the region, and indirectly throughout the rest of the world. But he preferred his own people to pay for his leadership ambitions .... master of the gentleman, and hand of the lord, to this great gentleman, even China and Russia not a decree, so why worry now.

        Quote: seos
        Among other things, the South Korean Economic Miracle-Yudo is just a long-term pumping of the country money from the USA (like Israel), to confront the USSR and China. (Ukrainians the same way at the expense of the USA they wanted to live but did not grow together)
        Not so "Yudo" given the increased material wealth of Koreans from these measures (plus the prestige and weight of the country, the developed economy and other spheres), which against the background of the northerner dating from free rice looks generally brilliant. And they didn’t pump up money, but helped with scientific and technical investments, education (they opened the doors of their universities to South Korean youth). This mutually enriched America and South Korea and now it itself invests in undeveloped regions or in many areas competes on an equal footing with the most powerful industrial giants.
        1. Conserp
          Conserp 18 February 2018 15: 40
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          Quote: Thunderbolt
          The world gave the DPRK a chance

          The USA is the whole world, right?

          Quote: Thunderbolt
          curtail nuclear missile program

          And stay like Milosevic, Hussein and Gaddafi - defenseless against the mass murderers?

          Quote: Thunderbolt
          undermining strategic security in the region

          Why are you lying?

          But nothing that the United States was the first to violate all the agreements that the DPRK diligently executed?

          Quote: Thunderbolt
          This mutually enriched America and South Korea.

          South Korea was enriched by the warm Tsushima current and ice-free ports, next to which the Japanese during the occupation built up industry, American loot, one day off per month and scanty wages for workers, and mass shootings of these same workers who did not want to be hunched over like that.
          1. Thunderbolt
            Thunderbolt 18 February 2018 17: 19
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            Quote: Conserp
            The USA is the whole world, right?

            If you didn’t see the signatures of the countries under the document, then you either didn’t read the document or the document. And that means there’s nothing to discuss, because. I’ll not hear anything other than propaganda. And by the way ... it’s just like YOU are making a problem from the United States and a global hegemon. The Mol of the Russian Federation and China are parsley for decoration, and Omerik decides everything !!! For whom you work, "comrade" bully
            Quote: Conserp
            And stay like Milosevic, Hussein and Gaddafi - defenseless against the mass murderers?

            Absolutely fair remark. But there is a way out (and the DPRK always had it !!!), namely to hide under the nuclear umbrella of the PRC. But for Koreans, this is unacceptable because of their "self-reliance" (for the sake of the prosperity of their own reigning dynasty). But the People's Republic of China kept the gate open until the very last moment. But no, the North Koreans are themselves with a mustache, so what we have now: China and Russia are surrounded by states that have claims to us, and small-scale attack means and missile defense missiles in the long run. And yes, now Eun is close as ever to finish as Saddam or Muammar, because. The Russian Federation will not fit in with him, and the PRC has also lost interest in Eun (but not in the DPRK and its great people !!! I demand this to be clarified especially.)
            Quote: Conserp
            But nothing that the United States was the first to violate all the agreements that the DPRK diligently executed?
            What kind of agreements is this? The only agreement is their nuclear center. They let the IAEA go there --- no questions; they don’t allow them --- they start talking to them like big uncles (including in the language of sanctions, if they don’t understand it well) .
            Quote: Conserp
            South Korea was enriched by the warm Tsushima current and ice-free ports, next to which the Japanese during the occupation built up industry, American loot, one day off per month and scanty wages for workers, and mass shootings of these same workers who did not want to be hunched over like that.

            We, too, built a lot of North Koreans at one time, as a result, they depend on the food supplies of our enemies. That is, the result is not impressive compared to Yu.Koreya or the Federal Republic of Germany where the Gaedera fled, not in the GDR, or in the DPRK as they still drape , and people are breaking into West German and South Korean hell, so anything can be said, but you won’t get away from the obvious facts.
            1. Conserp
              Conserp 18 February 2018 18: 20
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              It remains only to understand why people flee from capitalist Mexico to the capitalist USA. Is it really not socialism at all?

              But what can one talk about with a person whose age is quite obvious from the characteristic inability to put spaces after periods and commas.
  15. APASUS
    APASUS 18 February 2018 11: 17
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    Something is not entirely clear what to do with this set of information.
    That only South Korea grows rice or is there a food embargo for North Korea? Why run to South Korea and buy rice through China?
    And that the government of Korea cannot buy the same rice directly from China and without resorting to such complicated schemes?
    Some questions
    1. Graz
      Graz 18 February 2018 11: 37
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      most likely the Korean woman did not live well under the North Korean regime, well, and escaped if possible, but she is a normal person who knows how hard it is to live there and decided to help as she can, that's all
      1. APASUS
        APASUS 18 February 2018 11: 46
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        Quote: Graz
        most likely the Korean woman didn’t really live well under the North Korean regime, well, and escaped if possible, but she is a normal person who knows how difficult it is to live there and decided to help than she can

        Such a strange saying, then why send the goods to help the national security agency. It was simply impossible to send to the address of the plant, house, collective farm or someone personally?
        on charges of sending 130 tons of rice worth about 105 million South Korean won (about $ 97 thousand) to the North Korean Ministry of State Security,
        1. Conserp
          Conserp 18 February 2018 13: 18
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          Quote: APASUS
          why send cargo to help the national security agency


          Do you believe the word South Korean Gestapo?
  16. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 18 February 2018 11: 46
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    130 tons of rice ... These are three wagons. About. Well, a little bit. But the first time I hear it's intelligence wassat
  17. antiamerikan
    antiamerikan 18 February 2018 12: 28
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    worst of all, the Russian government is also connected to the sanctions

    So the North Korean workers have already been asked
  18. Old26
    Old26 18 February 2018 13: 18
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    Quote: Shurik70
    Something I did not understand, sanctions that, and food supplies are blocking?
    Why was she arrested? She supplied not high technologies.

    Sanctions on the food portion do not apply. Like they do not apply, for example, to energy supplies for the needs of the population. But the reason for the arrest is most likely not the supply of rice to the Ministry of State Security, but the work for it. Nobody will post all the information on how and for what reasons (real) the arrest was made.

    Quote: Spartanez300
    Looks like a "mishandled Cossack" in this case, a Cossack, that the North Koreans have little of their rice.

    In fact, this year there is less food than expected. Spring drought led to the fact that only in the first quarter the harvest was one third less than planned. Of course, there is no famine, such as it was in the 90s, but the daily ration was cut by the EMNIP from 450 to 400 grams of cereals per day.

    Any sanctions that are taken with or without UN approval do not apply to the food component. Recent UN sanctions impose restrictions on the sale of energy in the DPRK, unless it is necessary for the population. There are no restrictions.

    The same America, by the way, very robustly supplied food to the DPRK
    1. Conserp
      Conserp 18 February 2018 13: 29
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      Quote: Old26
      Sanctions on the food portion do not apply.


      The resolution on Libya also did not provide for the overthrow and assassination of the government, the dismemberment of the state and the cutting out of its population.

      And in 1950-1953, the UN also did not notice the genocide of Koreans, whose homes dropped 635 thousand tons of bombs.

      Fascists do not submit to pieces of paper and formalities.
  19. bald
    bald 18 February 2018 14: 03
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    This is all the filthy UN policy, acting on orders. If Russia has sanctions, by and large on the drum, then the DPRK, to put it mildly, is too bad. Sanctions need to be introduced against the states for a long time, all the ships going to and from them should be woolly. What did he say scary?, Doesn’t fit? - but against us means in the order of things. Oh well.
  20. Old26
    Old26 18 February 2018 14: 13
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    Quote: Conserp
    Quote: Old26
    Sanctions on the food portion do not apply.


    The resolution on Libya also did not provide for the overthrow and assassination of the government, the dismemberment of the state and the cutting out of its population.

    And in 1950-1953, the UN also did not notice the genocide of Koreans, whose homes dropped 635 thousand tons of bombs.

    Fascists do not submit to pieces of paper and formalities.


    And here is not a rally to open the eyes of others retelling the story. It was specifically about food. The fact that UN sanctions do not apply to food.

    And if, as you say, the fascists do not submit to pieces of paper and formalities, how do you comment, dear, the table ???



    The Nazis, as you call them, no matter the South Korean or American in 17 years, delivered to North Korea a total of almost 46% from the amount of food that the rest of the world has supplied. 5 million 714 thousand tons of 12 million 390 thousand total delivered.
    In this case, "South Korean fascists" more than a quarter of the total food supply (26,75%), and "American fascists" put almost a fifth - 19,37%.
    So what about these "disobedience to pieces of paper and formalities"?
    1. Conserp
      Conserp 18 February 2018 15: 34
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      Did they do it out of kindness?
  21. Old26
    Old26 18 February 2018 16: 54
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    Quote: Conserp
    Did they do it out of kindness?

    Of course not, But what about your statement that the Nazis do not obey the papers? According to "that piece of paper" - sanctions - there was no ban on the supply of food. Why didn’t the “fascists” spit on a piece of paper? Could you not supply, especially almost 2,5 million tons?
    1. Conserp
      Conserp 18 February 2018 18: 30
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      Quote: Old26
      But what about your statement that the Nazis do not obey the papers?


      It is a fact. Fascists follow their interests, whether it is food supplies or direct genocide.

      Quote: Old26
      According to "that piece of paper" - sanctions - there was no ban on the supply of food.

      Quote: Old26
      Why didn’t the “fascists” spit on a piece of paper? Could not supply


      A meaningless mess in which logic is completely absent.