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Nuclear deterrent

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Kim Jong-un was unanimously elected head of the Korea Labor Party. Speaking at a party congress, the leader of the DPRK said that North Korea intends to increase its nuclear arsenal. The meeting participants approved the document, according to which Pyongyang has the right to weapons mass destruction respond to a nuclear threat from other states. At the end of the VII Congress of the WPK on the central square of Pyongyang, a multi-thousand holiday demonstration took place.




Recall, the Labor Party convention was held for the first time since 1980. Analysts assume that its holding is connected with an attempt to strengthen the power of the young leader. The press was admitted to the event in an extremely limited composition, since freedom of speech in the DPRK does not exist in principle. According to media reports, 180 foreign journalists arrived in Pyongyang to cover the congress, but only 30 people attended the event. Moreover, before entering the hall, they were marinated for several hours with “checks”. What have exhausted members of the press? Few: they were allowed into the meeting room for a quarter of an hour.

The so-called election to the highest party post of Kim Jong-un, applauding delegates of the VII Congress greeted standing. It is also known that so far Kim Jong-un has been registered as the first secretary of the WPK, but now he has become the chairman of the party. If Kim Jong Il was the Secretary General of the WPK, then Comrade. Eun, too young, to have the appropriate authority, until he probably decides to take this post.

Obviously, at one of the following congresses, he will be announced and the general secretary. It is rather difficult to judge anything that is happening in the DPRK, because, apart from propaganda and scant “official statements”, nothing comes from there. Many analysts' guesses are wrong, and the information is fake.

Recall that the VI Congress of the Labor Party, held in 1980, announced a policy of reuniting Korea by creating a confederation while preserving the existing governments.

Speaking at the Seventh Congress, Kim Jong-un actually underlined the continuity of the 1980 and 2016 meetings.

According to the DPRK leader, it is necessary to work on the reunification of Korea. "The TPC prompted all Koreans to fight for national reunification, based on the ideas and lines of independent reunification and the proposal to establish the Democratic Confederative Republic of Koryo, put forward by Kim Il Sung," Comrade quoted. Una RIA News".

In addition, Kim Jong-un called on the northerners to be ready for forceful reunification with South Korea - in the event of aggression against Pyongyang.

“In the people's army, it is necessary to maintain at the highest level the readiness for the reckless military provocations of American imperialism and the South Korean military against our republic, and if the enemies ignite the fire of war, then the aggressors should be mercilessly punished and completed historical the reunification of the motherland, ”reads Kim Jong-un's speech at the TPK congress, published by the Nodon Sinmun newspaper. RIA News".

The leader of the northerners urged to establish an atmosphere in society in which everyone would be ready to begin reunifying the country in the event of aggression against the DPRK. As clarified by Comrade. Eun, the union will take place "at our generation": "The continuation of the national split is more unacceptable, the homeland must be united at our generation."

There is, however, one serious hindrance: the “external forces” of uniting the Korean people are unwilling. But Kim Jong-un knows the answer to this: “In achieving the reunification of the country there can be both a peaceful way and a non-peaceful way. Although we must be ready for any of them, all efforts must be made for peaceful reunification, because we do not want war to break out on Korean soil, and once again the Korean nation has fallen into the flames of war. That is why we insist on reunification in a confederative way. ”

North Korea "faithfully fulfills its non-proliferation obligations and is committed to global disarmament," Kim Jong-un "Moscow Komsomol" with reference to UPI. Tov. The UN assures the world community that the DPRK is developing a nuclear missile program only for the purpose of deterrence. The leader of the North Koreans explained that his country would not abandon the nuclear program unilaterally.

The foreign journalists who were present noted Kim Jong-un's good mood at the festive event held at the end of the congress. The young leader of the North Korean people smiled, waved his arms to the demonstrators, reports TASS.

In the columns of the demonstrators, Koreans dressed in national clothes with bouquets of bright flowers and men in white shirts with ties walked. A mock-up of giant statues of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong-il were brought to the platform on the square.

Those gathered on the square could observe the living mosaic: according to the signs of instructors, invisible to the public, the slogans glorifying the DPRK, the Workers' Party of Korea and, of course, its leaders, changed.

So, we note, at the last congress, Kim Jong-un was clearly eager to express peaceableness, however, emphasizing the impossibility of abandoning the DPRK nuclear program.

Just recently, an analysis of a number of photographs of the territory of the DPRK, obtained from a private satellite, was conducted. Photos show that Pyongyang may soon conduct a nuclear test.

It is reported RIA News" with reference to the US-South Korean portal "38 North".

The pictures show the movement of vehicles in the area of ​​the proposed command center, located in 6 km south of the Phunheri polygon. According to experts, vehicles rarely arrive at the command center unless preparations are made for testing.

"I consider the policy of the North Korean leadership verified and meeting the interests of the people of the DPRK, which for decades has to withstand massive pressure in the form of sanctions from the West and mainly the United States of America," the DPRK’s nuclear deterrence policy commented. "Free Press" State Duma deputy, deputy chairman of the Communist Party Central Committee Valery Rashkin.

A Communist deputy recalled that the United States is stationing troops in South Korea in quantities that far exceed the limits of defense.

According to Rashkin, North Korea responds adequately to the challenges of its sovereignty. The last statement of Kim Jong-un “only underlines the reasonableness of her position, readiness for a dialogue with everyone in the international arena who do not intend to attack this country.”

The communist expressed confidence that "good neighborly bilateral relations between Russia and the DPRK" should be strengthened, since "this will benefit our two peoples."

It is unlikely, we note, the communist promises of Comrade. Rashkin shares the Russian government.

The other day, the Russian Foreign Ministry drafted a decree that almost completely frozen financial relations with the DPRK in accordance with the UN Security Council resolution. “Take the necessary measures to close subsidiaries in the territory of the Russian Federation, branches or representative offices of DPRK banks, joint ventures with DPRK banks, prohibit equity participation in the ownership of DPRK banks, correspondent relations with DPRK banks during 90 days from March 2 on March 2016 - dates Adoption of UN Security Council Resolution 2270 ", - cites a fresh document "Russian newspaper".

It is also prescribed to take the necessary measures to close within 90 days (counting from 2 March) representative offices and branches of banks and bank accounts in the DPRK, if the Russian Federation has information that gives reasonable grounds to believe that the relevant financial services can contribute to the DPRK’s nuclear ballistic missile programs or programs.

In addition, 6 May at a briefing in Moscow, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said that Moscow fully complies with the requirements of the UN Security Council regarding North Korea.

Such a policy is not at all like the “good neighborly bilateral relations between Russia and the DPRK,” which Rashkin hopes for. Also note that the decision of Russia was predictable. International sanctions against the DPRK did not arise from scratch: Pyongyang repeatedly violated UN resolutions by conducting explosions of nuclear charges and missile launches. Moscow cannot refuse to participate in the policy of international sanctions in the UN. If we assume, for example, that the Saudis declare their nuclear program and tests, Russia, of course, will also support international sanctions in this case. There are no double standards in Russia, as in the United States: what is prohibited by the DPRK will be prohibited by others.

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  1. Teberii
    Teberii 11 May 2016 06: 33
    -6
    Eun will still give the heat.
    1. Waltasar
      Waltasar 11 May 2016 06: 57
      +5
      What for? Everything is wonderful for him. You can shake your fist towards the imperialists before old age and rule in your own closed country.
    2. atalef
      atalef 11 May 2016 07: 06
      -9
      «I consider the policy of the North Korean leadership accurate, in the interests of the people of the DPRKwhich for decades has had to withstand massive pressure in the form of sanctions from the West and mainly the United States of America, the State Duma deputy, deputy chairman of the Communist Party Central Committee Valery Rashkin commented on the DPRK’s nuclear deterrence policy.

      The Communists, as always, do not read anything except the Truth, he probably did not hear Lavrov’s remarks about the DPRK, does not know that Russia unequivocally supports the sanctions, does not know that Russia froze the accounts of the DPRK, does not know that
      the DPRK people live in poverty and hunger, and the election of the third generation of Un looks more like a monarchy than election.
      That the DPRK nuclear race will not be reflected in anything other than additional defense spending for Russia.
      1. alicante11
        alicante11 11 May 2016 14: 28
        +5
        , he probably did not hear Lavrov’s remarks about the DPRK


        The language was given to diplomats in order to hide their thoughts. Once, when I was on a business trip, for 4 I listened to the press conference of Lavrov and Westerwelle. And they managed not to say anything at all, although the language of young people all this time alternately without interruption and despite all the attempts of the journalists to pull out something intelligible from them.


        Doesn’t know that Russia unequivocally supports sanctions, doesn’t know that Russia has frozen the accounts of the DPRK


        Yes, he knows, as Glazyev also knows very well that there will be no "pumping of the economy with money". But he still talks about her, well, this is his chip, for which he receives money.

        DPRK people live in poverty and hunger


        If sanctions were introduced against Israel after its nuclear weapons, such as against the DPRK, I’m afraid that the Palestinians would have peacefully regained all the territories in which Israel is located.

        and the election of the 3-th generation of Un looks more like a monarchy than an election.


        Who cares? Amer, for example, is controlled by the same oligarchs, and what is the name of each new clown Monkey, Clinton (and ha), Bushik, etc. From this, the attitude of amers to the rest of the world does not change much. So the content in power in the DPRK of the Kim dynasty is, in a way, a policy of economy and philanthropy. After all, come a new dynasty, it will begin to grab privileges and nishtyaks, and the former will have to be soaked in real time. And so, they are slowly sitting at Kim’s feeder and are not bothering anyone.

        That the DPRK nuclear race will not be reflected in anything other than additional defense spending for Russia.


        Oh, don’t make my slippers laugh. Is it us against Kim to arm ourselves? Yes, they are afraid to breathe in our direction, so that they do not blow off with a return breath. This is like arming against the DPRK to China. So the problems with Korean nuclear weapons are your Western problems, well, also Japos ones too.
    3. Aryan
      Aryan 11 May 2016 08: 21
      -1
      In any case, he already has a selection for giving heat
      1. Corporal Valera
        Corporal Valera 11 May 2016 14: 06
        +3
        It is unlikely, we note, the communist promises of Comrade. Rashkin shares the Russian government.

        But the Russian government very well shares the capitalist messages of Messrs. Kudrin and Chubais. Straight ahead steam train of these promises and still asks: Is it slow?
    4. max702
      max702 11 May 2016 09: 21
      +9
      North Korea needs everyone .. Absolutely! The USA doesn’t have a heart for Eun, because it allows milking the countries of the region and makes it possible for any U.S. actions there .. If it weren’t for Eun, it would have to be invented! It’s like with the Russian threat to the Baltic states. For China, the DPRK has a strong springboard for their interests in the region, for Russia it’s something similar plus one of the moments of influence again in this region .. Worse than all Koreans, both northern and southern, but no one asks them and if something happens they will fall under distribution, not the USA, not China, not Russia, DPRK does not threaten in any way! A dozen missiles will not change anything with the area and power of the above countries .. Korea and Japan, yes! But I repeat, this is perfectly included in the plans of THEIR master of the United States, so that the vassals do not become impudent and do not think about independence, therefore all steps are taken to aggravate the situation .. The DPRK will not be able to do irreparable damage, but it can easily hinder the development of the region and this will have a beneficial effect in the United States with comrades, as was the case in two previous world wars ..
      1. Erg
        Erg 11 May 2016 10: 10
        +1
        I completely agree. History lessons, you know. Roughly speaking, the DPRK is either a neocon project, or in general this "miracle state" was given to them as a prize, and is capable of regenerating without external injections.
    5. Normal ok
      Normal ok 11 May 2016 12: 06
      +3
      Quote: Teberii
      Eun will still give the heat.

      Not "heat" but "fat" laughing This is in abundance.
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  2. Maki Avellevich
    Maki Avellevich 11 May 2016 06: 46
    0
    Kim Jong-un was unanimously elected head of the Korean Labor Party

    lol
    1. atalef
      atalef 11 May 2016 07: 01
      0
      Quote: Maki Avellevich
      Kim Jong-un was unanimously elected head of the Korean Labor Party

      lol

      It’s strange if it were different.
      Good morning, Dmitriy.
      1. gray smeet
        gray smeet 11 May 2016 08: 54
        0
        Quote: Maki Avellevich
        Kim Jong-un was unanimously elected head of the Korean Labor Party

        lol


        The comrade is at the top of power and continues to climb higher and higher, the whole congress gathered to elect himself chairman, and he threw the people a cartoon about the unification of the Koreans, the people of North Korea believed, the South was horrified .... laughing
        1. Erg
          Erg 11 May 2016 10: 13
          0
          It is a pity that you can plyusanut only once. good
      2. alicante11
        alicante11 11 May 2016 14: 32
        0
        lol
        It’s strange if it were different.


        But the country is ruled by a real owner, and not a puppet on strings from oligarchs, as is customary in your west.
  3. Backfire
    Backfire 11 May 2016 06: 49
    0
    Quote: Teberii
    Eun will still give the heat.
  4. cap
    cap 11 May 2016 07: 36
    +2
    "This policy is in no way similar to the" good-neighborly bilateral relations between Russia and the DPRK, "on which Rashkin trusts. We also note that Russia's decision was predictable. International sanctions against the DPRK did not arise out of nowhere: Pyongyang has repeatedly violated UN resolutions by explosions of nuclear charges and missile launches. Moscow cannot refuse to participate in the policy of international sanctions at the UN."

    I believe that Moscow can, until the UN demands to lift sanctions against Russia, a member of the UN Security Council with the right of veto.
    That something like this.
    1. Svidetel 45
      Svidetel 45 11 May 2016 22: 44
      0
      Again they decided to bend to the West, supporting the sanctions against Korea, and then they will appreciate and notice, and maybe even lift the sanctions against Russia. After all, one wants the children to study in Cambridge without obstacles, their wives to shop somewhere in prestigious stores on the Champs Elysees, or to buy real estate without risk in Nice and other such benefits.
      Yeah. keep your pocket wider, they won’t take it off, while Russia will even make a hint of an independent and independent foreign and domestic policy.
  5. Zomanus
    Zomanus 11 May 2016 08: 33
    -5
    They will kill this Eunka, while the nearest neighbors will beat.
    After all, there is a creeping US intervention in that region precisely under the tune of protection from
    mental leader from North Korea. And in that region, there are also China and we,
    with its outdated Pacific Fleet.
    1. Vadim237
      Vadim237 11 May 2016 14: 03
      +1
      Before Eun is beaten with nuclear weapons, he will kill all US bases in the region and all of South Korea.
  6. Volzhanin
    Volzhanin 11 May 2016 09: 05
    +4
    Eun is a cool dude! Colorful trollite starship. I applaud him while standing!
    And for our rulers it is so embarrassing to not describe. Ugh, disgusted to read about their deflections.
    Who prevented them from declaring - "We consider the policy of the North Korean leadership to be verified, meeting the interests of the people of the DPRK, who for decades have to withstand massive pressure in the form of sanctions from the West and mainly the United States of America."
    And to flush all the pitiful resolutions into the toilet.
    But no, you have to lick, suddenly what !?
    1. troyan
      troyan 11 May 2016 09: 25
      -2
      Quote: Volzhanin
      And for our rulers it is so embarrassing to not describe. Ugh, disgusted to read about their deflections ... But no, you have to lick, suddenly what !?

      In principle, one would expect.
      This is all in pursuit of the ghostly hope of lifting sanctions.
    2. Svidetel 45
      Svidetel 45 11 May 2016 22: 54
      0
      That's who really pursues an independent policy, preserves the dignity of his country, little Korea, with a dozen, maybe nuclear charges, but behaves more worthily with the United States and the West than Russia, the second nuclear power in the world that constantly carries out some inconsistent , a strange policy, then makes belligerent statements, then begins to curry favor, makes some peace-loving proposals, which the West snorts contemptuously, reminiscent of a shy doggie, which sometimes grinds its teeth. then suddenly begins to wag its tail. Apparently this is considered in our leadership riding an ultra-flexible policy.
  7. Monster_Fat
    Monster_Fat 11 May 2016 09: 24
    +6
    Nobody will "pry" him .... The existence of the DPRK is primarily beneficial ... the United States. For the United States, the DPRK is a very convenient "rattle" that forces the DPRK's neighbors to seek "help", "intercession" from the United States, which means it constantly reproduces the very need for the US presence in this region, and besides, the existence of the DPRK does not allow South Korea to strengthen enough to become a new strong a player on the world stage and puts this country in constant dependence on the United States. It seems to me that the United States allowed the DPRK to acquire nuclear weapons precisely for this reason, when they saw that the DPRK was already so degraded economically and militarily that it began to lose its function of intimidating its neighbors. Now, having nuclear weapons, the DPRK is again "in trend" and successfully fulfills the functions of a "useful fool" for the United States in this region.
    1. gray smeet
      gray smeet 11 May 2016 09: 37
      +2
      I have been writing about this for a long time. from me +

      Notice Eun studied in Switzerland for a long time (from the point of view of the USA - the son of the most evil bully of the planet!) - Do you think the CIA has been dozing all this time? He returned home in time and, upon coming to power, began to conduct all kinds of tests there, although before that the DPRK had no interest in anyone as a country .... well, if only Hollywood.
    2. Erg
      Erg 11 May 2016 10: 38
      -4
      The states could easily have given the boy technology. There is reason to believe that in 47-49 they also organized a "leak", thanks to which Soviet intelligence received nuclear technology. Here we must clearly understand that the neocons are constantly in need of confrontation, because only under these conditions are huge cash flows possible. And this is power over the world. hi
    3. 0255
      0255 11 May 2016 10: 50
      -1
      Quote: Monster_Fat
      Nobody will "pry" him .... The existence of the DPRK is primarily beneficial ... the United States. For the United States, the DPRK is a very convenient "rattle" that forces the DPRK's neighbors to seek "help", "intercession" from the United States, which means it constantly reproduces the very need for the US presence in this region, and besides, the existence of the DPRK does not allow South Korea to strengthen enough to become a new strong a player on the world stage and puts this country in constant dependence on the United States. It seems to me that the United States allowed the DPRK to acquire nuclear weapons precisely for this reason, when they saw that the DPRK was already so degraded economically and militarily that it began to lose its function of intimidating its neighbors. Now, having nuclear weapons, the DPRK is again "in trend" and successfully fulfills the functions of a "useful fool" for the United States in this region.

      Kim fans will say that
  8. Nonna
    Nonna 11 May 2016 09: 27
    +2
    Well done North Koreans. I watch their videos often. They live normally, do not be afraid of anyone, and they still threaten to pile up evil empires. I do not support sanctions against them
    1. 0255
      0255 11 May 2016 11: 07
      +2
      Quote: Nonna
      Well done North Koreans. I watch their videos often. They live normally, do not be afraid of anyone, and they still threaten to pile up evil empires. I do not support sanctions against them

      Yeah, send you to the North Korean "paradise" - you will howl from hunger, poverty and the prohibitions of everything and everyone. Those who praise the DPRK do not live in such conditions as the North Koreans. The poor and hungry 90s are remembered as a nightmare, but they argue that North Koreans can starve for their "leader" only because he threatens America with a nuclear strike.
      I repeat once again for the fans of the "great sun" Kim Jong-un - he will not launch a nuclear missile at anyone, if he foolishly goes for it, he will be bombed into the Stone Age, no Juche ideas, ancient nuclear weapons and outdated Soviet technology will help him, Russia and China will not support him. Simple North Koreans are the first to suffer from his policies.
      Although to whom I explain ...
      1. strannik1985
        strannik1985 11 May 2016 11: 39
        +2
        You are certainly right, but from whose policies does the North Korean people suffer? Do you propose not reacting to annual exercises (for example, 300 South Korean and 000 American soldiers took part in the Foal Eagle and Key Resolve this year), the deployment of a preemptive strike system?
        How can a poor country threaten the only superpower and its allies on planet Earth?
        1. Erg
          Erg 11 May 2016 12: 39
          -2
          Yes, no one will touch the DPRK. What fool would kill a chicken laying golden eggs? Look deeper. Behind the trees there is a forest, I saw fellow
        2. 0255
          0255 11 May 2016 12: 39
          0
          Quote: strannik1985
          You are certainly right, but from whose policies does the North Korean people suffer? You propose not to react in any way to the annual exercises (for example, 300 South Korean and 000 American soldiers took part in the Foal Eagle and Key Resolve this year)

          Collaborate with Russia and China. And do not scare the neighbors of nuclear weapons.
          1. strannik1985
            strannik1985 11 May 2016 13: 28
            +2
            Already, China provides half of North Korean exports and a quarter of imports. Cooperation and military alliance are two different things, why is it Russia or China?
            There is a similar situation in the world, the Pakistan / India confrontation, regular border conflicts, nuclear weapons buildup, and terror attacks (Mumbai 2009, for example). However, no one is going to declare Pakistan a terrorist state.
            1. 0255
              0255 11 May 2016 14: 54
              +1
              Quote: strannik1985
              There is a similar situation in the world, the Pakistan / India confrontation, regular border conflicts, nuclear weapons buildup, and terror attacks (Mumbai 2009, for example). However, no one is going to declare Pakistan a terrorist state.

              I would announce if my will were
          2. Svidetel 45
            Svidetel 45 11 May 2016 22: 58
            0
            And does the current Russian authorities want to cooperate with, horrified, the country. where the communists are in power.
      2. alicante11
        alicante11 11 May 2016 14: 34
        +5
        Yeah, send you to the North Korean "paradise" - you will howl from hunger, poverty and the prohibitions of everything and everyone.


        Yeah, and if you impose the same sanctions against Belarus as against North Korea, but without good Russia at hand, then you would not only howl, but also die out from hunger.
        1. 0255
          0255 11 May 2016 15: 00
          -1
          Quote: alicante11
          Yeah, and if you impose the same sanctions against Belarus as against North Korea, but without good Russia at hand, then you would not only howl, but also die out from hunger.

          The standard of living in Belarus is already approaching North Korean, and this is with loans from the Russian Federation, oil and gas at domestic prices sad
          1. alicante11
            alicante11 11 May 2016 15: 31
            0
            The standard of living in Belarus is approaching North Korean, and this is with loans from the Russian Federation, oil and gas at domestic prices :(


            Yah? No exaggeration, we in Russia also have friends with Belarus, so, unlike the DPRK, we have first-hand information.
            1. 0255
              0255 11 May 2016 16: 09
              -2
              Quote: alicante11
              Yah? No exaggeration, we in Russia also have friends with Belarus, so, unlike the DPRK, we have first-hand information.

              And what, acquaintances to you fill in how we kept the Soviet industry, how is everything stable and beautiful with us? They do not accidentally work as ideologists of the Belarusian Republican Youth Union? If so, feel free to send them in three funny letters.
  9. 0255
    0255 11 May 2016 11: 25
    +1
    I express my condolences to the unfortunate North Koreans who will continue to starve and live in poverty with their "great sun-like marshal" Eun crying
    1. Svidetel 45
      Svidetel 45 11 May 2016 23: 04
      0
      They will not starve, because there is a master in the country. Yes, they had hunger in the mid-90s, when former comrades in the socialist camp threw them overnight, breaking all economic ties, had to rebuild, and this is not an easy task. and even in the conditions of economic sanctions.
  10. nik-karata
    nik-karata 11 May 2016 11: 41
    +4
    ... I would be more satisfied if such sanctions drove Turkey.
    1. Erg
      Erg 11 May 2016 12: 41
      -4
      And then for Turkey ?! bully wassat
      1. Erg
        Erg 11 May 2016 14: 08
        -2
        Where are you going, Petro? -That pid trohimoskaLeipostrel. -Well, how are you? -And then for sho?
  11. alicante11
    alicante11 11 May 2016 14: 16
    +1
    If we assume, for example, that the Saudis will declare their nuclear program and testing, then Russia, of course, will support international sanctions in this case.


    Um, what are you? What are the sanctions against Saudi Arabia? I am afraid that in the UN Security Council, Russia will be the only one who will call for sanctions against the Saudis, and all the rest will be graciously watching the defensive armament of the young Saudi "democracy." China, as usual, will abstain, unless Iran and Syria or Cuba find themselves in the Security Council. But it will not do the weather anyway, so there is no need to be afraid of double standards.
  12. RAA
    RAA 11 May 2016 14: 41
    -3
    South Korea could have liquidated this zoo in a month. But it’s important for the United States to preserve and observe the gradual degradation of the North Korean elite. Sooner or later, what happened in Albania will happen in the DPRK.
    1. Petr petrov
      Petr petrov 11 May 2016 19: 22
      +2
      I’m not sure about that!
      Quite the opposite !!!!! DPRK will spread this ovsk litter .... !!!!!
  13. igorek4515
    igorek4515 11 May 2016 17: 09
    -2
    Quote: 0255
    And what, acquaintances to you fill in how we kept the Soviet industry, how is everything stable and beautiful with us? They do not accidentally work as ideologists of the Belarusian Republican Youth Union? If so, feel free to send them in three funny letters.

    For example, I don’t need your revelations at all .. Last year my friend went to relatives in Belarus in the city of Gomel .. So tell tales to Mr. 0225 to your children or grandchildren ..
    1. 0255
      0255 11 May 2016 18: 20
      +3
      Quote: igorek4515
      For example, I absolutely do not need your revelations ..

      I did not address you. I do not like my comments - so put me in an emergency.
      Quote: igorek4515
      Last year, my friend went to relatives in Belarus in the city of Gomel ..

      It's one thing to visit Belarus and admire the cleanliness of the cities, it's another thing to live in Belarus permanently. Do not believe me - come to our "island of stability" for permanent residence, since you do not want to visit "Grand Marshal" Kim in the DPRK. At least we don't have the American Internet banned, we don't eat grass, if you don't like it, you can leave the country, the population speaks Russian laughing
      Quote: igorek4515
      So tell tales to Mr. 0225 to your children or grandchildren ..

      Maybe I, who lives in Belarus, know better how I live in my country?
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      2. siberalt
        siberalt 11 May 2016 18: 47
        +1
        I agree that Belarus is not yet DPRK. But Kolya is growing up ... winked Wait and see.
        Sometimes, in order to step forward, you need to take one step back, returning home. hi
  14. igorek4515
    igorek4515 11 May 2016 19: 18
    -2
    Quote: 0255
    It's one thing to visit Belarus and admire the cleanliness of the cities, it's another thing to live in Belarus permanently. Do not believe me - come to our "island of stability" for permanent residence, since you do not want to visit "Grand Marshal" Kim in the DPRK

    I don’t understand that you are so enraged that you all who do not agree with your opinion on this small country so insistently want to send them to live there. And why don’t you yourself go to live in South Korea or in the United States since you justify their actions in this region ..? Why don’t you answer that ..?
    Quote: siberalt
    At least the American Internet is not banned for us, we don’t eat grass,

    at the expense of grass .. You really stop writing your nonsense .. Living in prosperous Kazakhstan, I live grass too .. Do not believe ..? But in vain .. for example, in the country I grow leeks dill parsley and stuff .. It's also grass ..)))))
    In general, all these "free and democratic" have already sworn ****** with their ducks in relation to the DPRK. for example, in February, they rang out all over the world that the media allegedly shot the North Korean chief of the general staff with the submission of the most truthful South Korean sources who never lie .. and trumpeted this "villainy" of Kim to the whole world, he turns out to be "resurrected" and was seen alive and well at the just ended party congress where he holds an important position in the Central Committee .. Here is the link:
    http://ria.ru/world/20160510/1430388939.html
    That's exactly the same with all these publications about the fact that Koreans swell with hunger and eat grass .. so finish already with your Western propaganda ..
    Quote: siberalt
    Maybe I, who lives in Belarus, know better how I live in my country?

    Well, depending on what position and where you occupy .. We in Kazakhstan also have a category of citizens who live so generally perfectly well and don’t refuse anything to themselves, and others, on the contrary, count pennies for bread every day .. so everything is relative ..
    1. 0255
      0255 11 May 2016 20: 08
      +2
      Quote: igorek4515

      I don’t understand that you are so enraged that you all who do not agree with your opinion on this small country so insistently want to send them to live there. And why don’t you yourself go to live in South Korea or in the United States since you justify their actions in this region ..? Why don’t you answer that ..?

      I wrote to you 100 times about my attitude to the USA and the DPRK. If the US hadn’t bombed anyone, maybe it would have gone there. Or are you suggesting that I be likened to commentators who have left for the United States, hate the United States and Obama, but do not return to where they were born, preferring to love their homeland from a distance (like you DPRK)?
      And this time I invite you to live with us in Belarus, so that you know our "stability and independence" before accusing me of lying about my country.

      That's exactly the same with all these publications about the fact that Koreans swell with hunger and eat grass .. so finish already with your Western propaganda ..

      I gave you a link to a photo with skinny North Koreans, but only you answered that this photo does not prove anything to you. To tell you that it is bad in the DPRK, you will answer that this is not true. But if you tell them that they have a minimum wage of at least a million dollars a day, North Koreans drive a Ferrari / Lamborghini / Maseratti / Bugatti / Rolls-Royce / Mercedes and BMW premium, eat caviar, live in 5-room apartments or personal 3-story mansions, you will believe it lol
    2. siberalt
      siberalt 11 May 2016 20: 20
      +1
      Dear "igorek (with numbers)", why are you passing off other people's quotes as mine? Not only do I not live in Belarus, but I have never been there.lol Tired, I guess?
      1. 0255
        0255 11 May 2016 20: 49
        -2
        Quote: siberalt
        Dear "igorek (with numbers)", why are you passing off other people's quotes as mine? (...) Tired, I suppose?

        Yeah, defending the honor of "great" Eun is tiring lol
        1. strannik1985
          strannik1985 12 May 2016 05: 45
          0
          Does someone make you communicate?
  15. Petr petrov
    Petr petrov 11 May 2016 19: 20
    +1
    The fact that our rulers are dependent, once again showed when they held sanctions against the DPRK .........
    But am, to protest that they would not conduct several exercises every year in South Korea, they cannot ....... !!!!!!
    1. Erg
      Erg 11 May 2016 23: 47
      -1
      Eun had to put on "yars". Then we would show our "independence". You ought to get some medical treatment, sir.
  16. igorek4515
    igorek4515 11 May 2016 19: 36
    +1
    Quote: Petr petrov
    But am, to protest that they would not conduct several exercises every year in South Korea, they cannot ....... !!!!!!

    Yes, they all can .. They just don't want to .. It's just that it's so convenient to agree with the Americans on such a painfully sensitive issue, especially since all this Russian ruling elite have all their money accounts in American-controlled Western banks real estate in the same place and the kids there do live .. it is very convenient to understand in this way all this "elite" to be controlled when necessary ..
  17. igorek4515
    igorek4515 11 May 2016 20: 49
    +1
    Quote: 0255
    And this time I invite you to live with us in Belarus, so that you know our "stability and independence" before accusing me of lying about my country.

    Yes, I would not be against it in principle .. But unfortunately too much connects me with Kazakhstan .. Well, the opinion of one person, even if he is a citizen of this country, by definition cannot be decisive in relation to the opinion of a particular country .. this is my personal opinion .. and I do not blame you for anything; you are mistaken ..
    Quote: 0255
    I gave you a link to a photo with skinny North Koreans, but only you answered that this photo does not prove anything to you.

    Naturally .. I can throw pictures here with skinny Europeans and Americans or Kazakhstanis and only on this basis it is the same way to say that in these countries everyone is completely starving and eating grass .. But you won’t believe the truth ..? But in relation to the DPRK, why do you persistently on the basis of only this stubbornly believe that it is just as strange as you yourself do not find ..?
    Quote: 0255
    To tell you that it is bad in the DPRK, you will answer that this is not true.

    Well, if you cite a reliable and competent source, then I can believe you .. In the meantime, excuse me .. everything according to Stanislavsky "I do not believe" (c) ..
    Quote: 0255
    But if you tell them that they have a minimum wage of at least a million dollars a day, North Koreans drive a Ferrari / Lamborghini / Maseratti / Bugatti / Rolls-Royce / Mercedes and BMW premium, eat caviar, live in 5-room apartments or personal 3-story mansions, you will believe it

    no I will not believe it. Because lies and propaganda are equally disgusting both "in that" and "in the other" direction .. Something like this .. Well, at the expense of the DPRK .. Here is the opinion of a fairly competent source from Pyongyang just these days:
    http://www.krsk.kp.ru/daily/26527/3544428/
    I recommend reading .. there, without anti-Korean propaganda, everything is quite simple and to the point .. With examples ..
  18. Former battalion commander
    Former battalion commander 11 May 2016 20: 49
    +3
    The stupidity of the policy of the current Kremlin inmates is off scale. It’s about thinking of joining the "civilized world" sanctions against North Korea. At least they thought of YOUR safety. The neighbor has a thermonuclear weapon, and they FIRM with him! No brain count crippled.
  19. Loki_2
    Loki_2 11 May 2016 21: 01
    +2
    Too shy to ask: But what about Israel? Since everyone is equal, will we apply international sanctions to the elect of God?
    1. 0255
      0255 11 May 2016 21: 15
      0
      Quote: Loki_2
      Too shy to ask: But what about Israel? Since everyone is equal, will we apply international sanctions to the elect of God?

      It would not hurt yes
  20. igorek4515
    igorek4515 11 May 2016 21: 14
    0
    Quote: Loki_2
    Too shy to ask: But what about Israel? Since everyone is equal, will we apply international sanctions to the elect of God?

    And to "God's chosen" sanctions to apply no way .. They are under the tutelage and protection of the most "exclusive" and democratic country in the world ..))))))
  21. igorek4515
    igorek4515 11 May 2016 21: 54
    0
    Quote: 0255
    It would not hurt

    What are you ... Yes, how is it so ... Israel, unlike the DPRK, is such a peace-loving and democratic country ..? (C) ...
    Well, the leadership of Russia, by the way, unlike the penalty, does not agree with you ...
    1. 0255
      0255 11 May 2016 23: 12
      0
      Quote: igorek4515
      Quote: 0255
      It would not hurt

      What are you ... Yes, how is it so ... Israel, unlike the DPRK, is such a peace-loving and democratic country ..? (C) ...
      Well, the leadership of Russia, by the way, unlike the penalty, does not agree with you ...

      I have never considered Israel a peace-loving country. He got minuses from Jews, no less than from Kim fans laughing Some "exiled" people added me to the emergency situation, accused me of anti-Semitism.
  22. erik cartman
    erik cartman 11 May 2016 21: 58
    0
    Quote: alicante11
    lol
    It’s strange if it were different.


    But the country is ruled by a real owner, and not a puppet on strings from oligarchs, as is customary in your west.

    Due to age and small political experience, it does not attract a real host. But the fact that he has behind him a powerful kindred clan is more likely.
  23. Svidetel 45
    Svidetel 45 11 May 2016 23: 20
    +1
    In a world where they live by the laws of the jungle, having nuclear weapons is a good cause for security, and all these decisions of the United Nations and the OSCE, as life shows, are not worth a damn. You can only
    imagine. what the United States and its henchmen would do with Russia if it did not have nuclear weapons.