North Korea denies spy drones, labels South's president a 'prostitute'

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FreonP wrote:

Why is it that we are focusing on Iran instead of nuking the holy hell out of those insane cretins before they develop a long-range missile?

May 11, 2014 11:55pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
tinga wrote:

South Korea needs to stop fabricating these lies. I bet that if the ferry sank near Incheon, they would have blamed the whole thing on the North. Just like they did it for the submarine.

May 11, 2014 11:59pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
tinga wrote:

South Korea needs to stop fabricating these lies. I bet that if the ferry sank near Incheon, they would have blamed the whole thing on the North. Just like they did it for the submarine.

May 11, 2014 11:59pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
tinga wrote:

South Korea needs to stop fabricating these lies. I bet that if the ferry sank near Incheon, they would have blamed the whole thing on the North. Just like they did it for the submarine.

May 11, 2014 11:59pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
adamrussell wrote:

NK never fails to entertain.

May 12, 2014 1:20am EDT  --  Report as abuse
Reality2Day wrote:

NKs fat monkey leader should be fed poison banana. That would be good for country.

May 12, 2014 2:01am EDT  --  Report as abuse
Reality2Day wrote:

NKs fat monkey leader should be fed poison banana. That would be good for country.

May 12, 2014 2:01am EDT  --  Report as abuse

If the powerful Israel lobby did not control the US Congress and the White House, the US might have been able to prevent the North Koreans from obtaining a nuclear weapon.

Our attention was diverted away from actual threats to the USA, like North Korea, and directed to focus on Israel’s perceived enemies, especially Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Iraq and Iran.

This is what happens when a foreign nation is allowed to purchase great influence in the American political process and this is what happens when the US major media concentrate on Israel’s security concerns, as opposed to America’s security concerns.

The Israelis control our Congress and the White House by way of political cash contributions to political candidates and to the major US political parties. Check out the sleaze here:

http://maplight.org/us-congress/interest/J5100/view/all

The Jews can brag about Jewish ownership and control of the US media, but non-Jews are called bigots, if they complain about it. Check out this Jewish site’s chutzpah:

http://www.simpletoremember.com/articles/a/jews-in-the-media-hollywood/

So, if and when the North Koreans lob a nuke at an American city, some time down the road, we can thank the Jewish state and America’s obsessive love affair with Zionism in Palestine for contributing to the catastrophic results.

May 12, 2014 6:58am EDT  --  Report as abuse
MonitorLizard wrote:

So what if North Korea has drones! The South Korean president can’t even turn around without directions from the US.

May 12, 2014 8:34am EDT  --  Report as abuse

lol @ new_york loner.

I love when people post links to sorry backwater “news” sites with zero credentials. It’s like when children mimic adults without really understand what they’re doing.

May 12, 2014 8:35am EDT  --  Report as abuse
Overcast451 wrote:

*Why is it that we are focusing on Iran instead of nuking the holy hell out of those insane cretins before they develop a long-range missile?*

By then, most of their population will be dead in the mines. It will be nothing more than suicide for Kim Junk Goo, or whatever that child’s name is. But still..

I dunno, they just seem like the newest ‘big brother tells you to hate….’ – target. I have no doubt this regime is a festering boil of nastiness, but the western nations really need to focus on fixing their problems at home. These little war babies in Iran and North Korea do a lot of saber rattling, but they are cowards at heart.

May 12, 2014 8:42am EDT  --  Report as abuse

The sites that I posted earlier, in my post 6:58 post, are credible and legit.

I cited a Maplight.org site that tabulates how much members of Congress take from the various special interest groups; it is a legitimate site with full credibility.

The site that brags about Jewish ownership of the US major media is SimpleToRemember .com, a bona fide, “Judaism online” site. Antisemites might question the validity of that site; shills for Israel normally would not.

Adam Mickiewicz’s claim that I cited, “backwater “news” sites”, is not true; but, then again, just about everything that Israeli hasbara post has serious credibility issues. The state of Israel itself is built upon lies, half-truths, disinformation, myths and wishful thinking.

May 12, 2014 9:34am EDT  --  Report as abuse
Reality2Day wrote:

@ new_york_loner

The article is about North Korea NOT Israel. Couldn’t find an article about Israel so you could throw your anti-Israeli bashing views at so you just figured you’d interject it here. Sad!

May 12, 2014 10:10am EDT  --  Report as abuse
tmc wrote:

Well geez… I hope the NK are using drones for intelligence. Every respectable country in the world is. They would really look like back-water nobodies if they are not.

May 12, 2014 10:46am EDT  --  Report as abuse
tmc wrote:

If they don’t have any drones yet, all they have to do is ask around. I’m quite sure the American military industrial complex has ways to sell them some. I mean, it’s what we do!

May 12, 2014 10:48am EDT  --  Report as abuse
wilhelm wrote:

so unlike the usa, which flies armed drones to bomb people in other countries…

May 12, 2014 11:58am EDT  --  Report as abuse
ThomasShaf wrote:

See Ebay ” Golden Locust ” mini-drone from North Korea?

May 12, 2014 12:18pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
Lleon_Davis wrote:

There were a dozen holes in south Korea’s claims that the “drones” were sent by the DPRK. First, id you look at a picture of the two “V-winged” drones, they’re incapable of flight. The balance is all wrong and there’s no tail. Never get off the ground. Second, the “drones” were supposed to have crashed into the ground but miraculously, they sustained no damage and landed perfectly flat – in the middle of a grove of trees. Next, south Korea said they checked the CPU for the software that controls the “drones” and determined it came from the DPRK. Sorry, but a CPU only processes information – it doesn’t store it. They should have said “hard drive” or “flash memory”. And finally, pretty much everything is made in China nowadays – including some pretty fancy electric power octo-copters. You pick one up for maybe $5000 that’s guided by GPS and is impossible to spot on radar. Everything that China makes, the DPRK can get. Let me repeat that. Everything China manufactures, the DPRK can buy. They don’t need to make no stinkin’ “drones” that won’t fly. There are a dozen other holes in the south Korea story but I just named the main ones that come to mind. This was a p-poor lashup wheeze by south Korea’s National Intelligence Service and it’s totally amateur hour.

May 12, 2014 12:27pm EDT  --  Report as abuse

I stand by my posts here.

The Israeli hasbara and the unpaid useful idiots for apartheid Zionism in Palestine can moan and groan, but the fact remains, the US government has ignored real threats to the USA, like North Korea’s nuclear threat, while obsessing on Israel’s perceived security needs and catering to every Israeli demand.

May 12, 2014 12:58pm EDT  --  Report as abuse

Local reports are saying that Kim Jong-un is becoming increasingly unstable, some reports are even raising questions as to his sexuality (Kim Jong-un may indeed be a closet pedophile, according to insider reports). The North Korean leader seems even more unhinged than Vladimir Putin, if that’s even possible. The normal people of this world had better be vigilant, the Free World had better wake up now.

May 12, 2014 1:43pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
epockismet wrote:

It’s hard to know what to think when the drones I remember seeing found from North Korea were literally things you could get from an RC shop today. Is Drones some kind of marketing/propaganda term now to try and diminish the impact of how we’re using what I guess are now old fashioned drones to save American lives by sacrificing someone else instead in the hopes we’re killing the right person? Not very Christian if you ask me, or sportsman like if you’re mind leans in that direction. It made me think of a recent commercial for an automated RC toy they are calling a drone. Earlier drones were just RC anyway, it didn’t mean computer controlled or autonomous, but I think that’s what the new marketing is pushing. Drones are cool will be the popular thinking, just as better living through chemistry became almost a philosophy that is getting everyone poisoned these days. Interesting who gets rich from this, and the serious issues that have become subconsciously synonymous with a game; such as the concept of what a drone is, how war is perceived, and the perceived value of human life and death to where everyone who ever wished they could kill someone seems to be trying real hard to make it happen. Add divisiveness from politics and you have a recipe for civil unrest and an overreaction by authorities. It’s a powder keg that doesn’t need to be, but we find ourselves packed inside, and it’s hard to find a way out in that kind of darkness.
Oh yeah, north Korea’s drones are fairly pathetic, with limited capability and apparently low on the reliability scale, so if I had brought it up it would have been in a joke, not as a possible addition to any kind of increasing tensions. But some media outlets like to make it sound like it’s advanced because I guess slapping modern commercially available technology together doesn’t happen very often even though it is constantly referenced as an activity done across the world, almost all universities, and even by some kids. Anyone really think the only place anyone who experiments with what can be done with a “drone” is during some well known tech competition, or on TV?
As a solution, assuming it doesn’t infringe on the treaty, put a little unmanned dirigible up with equipment to spot RC sized planes and make it so citizens can’t use them in the area or risk them being targeted by tech that could disrupt it’s electronics, or something equally imaginative. Problem solved. If North Korea tries something more advanced it would probably be a lot easier to detect anyway.

May 12, 2014 6:38pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
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