And note: the reference to the Nazis is neither unintentional or taken lightly—while I do not attribute to the North Koreans the global ambitions of Nazi Germany, I do think that ideologically the Kim regime is the closest thing we have today to the Third Reich.
What I wonder is this: the Korean article about Obama is immeasurably more offensive than the English language piece, although the latter was already despicable.
Despite having gone through such terrible experience, they still had this like willingness and openness to want to help others, too.
While initially they were very hesitant, once they recognized why we wanted to do this and that maybe in some way that their story would help other girls, that’s what convinced them to be a part of it.”“There’s all these teenagers that run away from home every year.
“The Trump group’s declaration of the reckless nuclear war exercises against the DPRK …
“Serious” people here in Washington may be tempted to tut-tut this as regrettable political theatre aimed at an internal audience but it would be wrong to dismiss it as nothing more than that: the North Korean regime is obsessed with race and sex and it is reflective in their policies.
Pyongyang said the Hermit Kingdon’s military could target the US mainland, Hawaii or Guam anytime and Washington wouldn’t be able to “dodge the merciless strike.” “The US should pay heed to the statement of the DPRK government that we would not rule out the use of any final means,” another article in the North Korean media said.
North Korea sees the 10-day joint military operation, which Washington described as “defensive in nature,” as practice for an invasion.
This video clip will strengthen the admissibility of evidence behind wartime sex slavery."Professor Kang said that the footage was discovered at the U. National Archives and Records Administration where it had been gathering dust for some 70 years.
The clip tied in with wartime records showing a dozen sex slaves being captured in Songshan by the allied forces in September 1944.