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Monday, March 10, 2003

 
From the Korean Central News Agency:


Anecdote about Kim Jong Il
Pyongyang, March 10 (KCNA) -- Kim Jong Il summoned a commanding officer of an army unit in a summer day in Juche 65 (1976) to learn about how a rest center of servicemen was being operated. The officer told him that all the holidaymakers were sent back to their units because a touch-and-go situation was created in the country due to the Panmunjom incident caused by the U.S. imperialists.
Kim Jong Il said that even though a war broke out, merry sounds of singing should come out from the rest center.


How nice of Kim Jong Il. Anyway, there have been few updates from the node, so I thought I would take this moment to once again remind the world that multilateral negotiations clearly worked in disarming the Iraqi regime and that they will work again in disarming North Korea before we have to go marching into that quagmire. Oh wait, multilateral negotioations are different from U.N. resolutions in that they carry more weight and uhm... are... sorry, I forgot. Anyway, carry on as you were, I have to listen to my Flock of Seagulls' greatest hits album.

Bran 11:17 PM : |



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