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I started a new Yahoo! group. Please join! [03 Jun 2005|06:31am]


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North Korea must be liberated. It is the duty of the US government, and American journalists alike, always and everywhere to maintain a threat of the evil rogue state so that we can eventually invade and topple the regime, convert the people to Christianity, and instate free market capitalism.

By demonizing the leaders of North Korea, sensationalizing rumours, and so on, we are whipping up support for another war against North Korea. Even if this is not sufficient to justify an invasion, still, the collective perception of North Korea as a threat, as an "evil rogue state" ruled by a nationalist madman, helps to maintain US hegenomy in East Asia, and thereby facilitates the containment of China. All of this is consistent with the goals outlined in the Project for a New American Century.

Anyone who speaks otherwise is un-American; he is a serpent, a deceiver, a betrayer, a communist: he speaks with a tongue of wanting, a tongue of jealousy, or a tongue of manipulation. But always he speaks with the tongue of anti-Americanism. To oppose US hegonomy in East Asia is to berate the American people, for American foreign policy is an avatar of the collective individuality of each and every American person. To berate American foreign policy is to curse the American people.

If you agree with the above, please join my yahoo group, which can be found here: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/nukenorthkorea/
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[03 Jun 2005|06:10am]
As I am sure all my readers know, for us Americans, the biggest agenda in East Asia in the present century is the containment of China. China is becoming a global economc and political powerhouse, and it will become an important power that could--unless we act now--challenge US hegemony.

In an effort to maintain our hegemony, we have been playing off Japan, China, and South Korea against one another so that these countries cannot build a mutual alliance among themselves.

You see, maintaining a threat from a rogue state (North Korea) is necessary for the militarization of East Asia, which translates into increased US arms sales--a great market for the US defence industry; and this is good for the economy. The collective perception of North Korea as a threat, ruled by a nationalist madman, helps to maintain US hegemony in the region, and thereby, the containment of China.

That is why I wrote the E-mail to FreeNorthKorea.net (which can be read below). On behalf of the neoconservative movement I would like to express my deepest gratitude to all of those who work to demonize and animadvert the evil rogue state.
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Read something on the news today... [02 Jun 2005|09:28am]
". . . North Korea has warned that it will not allow U.S. forensic experts back into the country to recover the remains of 8,000 U.S. soldiers missing from the Korean War - heart-crushing news for families waiting for the return of remains of husbands and sons from a war that ended a half century ago."

That there is a crime against humanity. Damn those evil bloodthirsty North Koreans!

Of course, the typical crypto-commie jackass (like Michael Moore), in defence of the hell-hole that is North Korea, will probably say something along the lines of, "But the US is always trying to get its personell into North Korea." Notice their anti-Americanism. The fact of the matter is, North Korea does not have the right to treat these forensics experts as potential spies who want to travel inside North Korea to plan how to attack North Korea just as CIA assets participating in the weapons inspections in Iraq had helped George Bush attack Iraq later.
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[02 Jun 2005|08:05am]
Below is a message I wrote to a comrade at the website "Free North Korea".


You claim to be activists promoting peaceful action for human rights abuses in North Korea. Other activists claim you are government agents working for us, the Neoconservatives.

By demonizing the leaders of North Korea, sensationalizing rumours, and so on, you are whipping up support for another war against North Korea. Even if this is not sufficient to justify an invasion, and even if this is not your intent, still, the collective perception of North Korea as a threat, as an "evil rogue state" ruled by a nationalist madman, helps to maintain US hegenomy in East Asia, and thereby facilitates the containment of China. All of this is consistent with the goals outlined in the Project for a New American Century.

I would like to express my deepest gratitude to you on behalf of the Neoconservative movement and the US agenda in East Asia.

Concerned neoconservative,
Mr. N Bilkins
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[02 Jun 2005|02:58am]
THIS IS COMMUNISM IN PRACTICE:




These are victims of the famine, and it is all the fault of Kim Jong Il and his evil communist regime. Of course, the typical anti-American crypto-commie jackass try to make me believe that Kim Jong il is not responsbile for this, by citing a bunch of so-called "scientific data" regarding North Korea's susceptibility to "natural disasters", or the lack of "fertile soil" in North Korea, or the loss of "trading partners" after the "collapse of communism", or he will list the "sanctions" as an important factor, or what have you. But have any of you seen Kim Jong Il ? Just look at him: he is a sadistic dictator just as he's always been, therefore he is purposefully starving his own people for his own sick enjoyment. North Korea is 100% to blame for the famine and all other problems it faces, certainly not the US or "imperialist" oil monopolies or countries associated with the US that make it difficult for North Korea to import food on commercial terms!
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THIS JOURNAL BELONGS TO IXABERT [02 Jun 2005|01:06am]
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Was having an Email conversation with my friend today... [01 Jun 2005|10:50am]
Yes, I was having an Email conversation with one of my friends today who edits articles for Amnesty International. He's a great fellow, and we agree on almost everything regarding North Korea, but he said something that kind of irritated me:


"N. Korea should be there for all to study as a perfect example of why NOT to go Communist. The only problem I have about them is that they will not allow the press in to expose their wonderful system to the rest of the world."


As for North Korea not allowing the press in--I completely agree with him. They should open up--by force if necessary. Of course, the typical liberal crypto-commie jackass (like Michael Moore), in defence of the hell-hole that is North Korea, will probably say something along the lines of, "But the US is always trying to get its personell into North Korea." Notice their anti-Americanism. The fact of the matter is, North Korea does not have the right to treat journalists as potential spies who want to travel inside North Korea to plan how to attack North Korea just as CIA assets participating in the weapons inspections in Iraq had helped George Bush attack Iraq later. Because that's a bunch of nonsense!!

But I am digressing. What irritated me about this was this idea that we should just go ahead and let the North Koreans do whatever they want--starve their own people, build nuclear weapons which they could use to nuke Japan or even themselves (that's how sadistic Kim Jong-il is). He is one of those people whose firm conviction it is that we should just continue with the sanctions, continue with the economic strangulation, etc., gradually strangulating and starving the regime into submission. Don't get me wrong--that's important as well. But it shouldn't go on indefinitely. We should complete the process by invading the country, or nuking it altogether.

He forgets about China, the growing super power. He forgets that we must contain it before its too late. He forgets that North Korea is key to this. That the threat of North Korea--or at least the collective perception of North Korea as such--is key to US hegemony in the region.

We must not let the Workers' Party of Korea stand in power for another fifty years. Even if we must nuke it. To sit back and watch would be a crime against humanity. We must act now.
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KIM JONG IL STARVES HIS OWN PEOPLE!! LET'S INVADE!! [01 Jun 2005|08:45am]
Food shortages are a HUGE problem in North Korea. I personally believe that Kim Jong-il, the sadistic dictator he's always been, is [i]purposefully[/i] starving his own people for his own sick enjoyment. Just like Stalin before him.

Of course, the typical anti-American crypto-commie jackass will try to convince me otherwise by citing a bunch of so-called "scientific data" regarding North Korea's susceptibility to "natural disasters", or the dearth of "fertile soil" in North Korea, or the loss of "trading partners" after the "collapse of communism", or he will list the "sanctions" and the difficulty of North Korea of importing good on "commercial terms" as an important factor, or what have you.

But I ask all of those of American or Korean acquaintance, is it not true that, [i]whatever the cause[/i], it is God's punishment for the evils that go on in North Korea -- namely, starvation, dictatorship, cannibalism, kim jong il using babies for target practice and killing all triplets in the country, killing the eldery, killing disabled people, and so on? Is it not punishment for their undying drive to threaten us innocent Americans with another disastrous war ? My answer to both questions is a passionate [i]affirmative.[/i] We need to starve them all into submission for their crimes, invade them, kill their leader, and instate free market capitalism.

We can effect further economic downturns by strengthening the sanctions; this can lead to the collapse of the regime. Verily, it has already resulted in a very limited input of fertilisers, quality seeds, and a limited capacity for the rogue state to import food on commercial terms--causing further starvation. To list only a few things.

We must continue with this. And we must also continue to prevent North Korea from acquiring fuels for energy production by, for example, denying them oil deliveries.

Why? Two reasons, actually:

(1) lack of energy is deleterious to every part of the economy;

(2) it will make them want to resort to alternative sources of energy, namely nuclear energy. This is good, because it gives us an excuse to invade the country--strengthening US hegenomy in East Asia and facilitating the containment of China.

All of this will conduce to the inevitable collapse of the regime, allowing us to take over, convert the people to Christianity, and instate US-friendly free market capitalism. It is absolutely essential to maintain a threat of North Korea, to demonize the leaders, to sensationize rumours. Thus, Kim Jong-il [i]himself[/i] caused the famine, and is starving [i]his own[/i] people!
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Nuke North Korea ! [01 Jun 2005|06:34am]
I have a seething hatred for North Korea. I believe it must be liberated. It is the duty of the US government and American journalists alike to always and at every time maintain a threat of the evil rogue state so that we can eventually invade and topple the regime, convert the people to Christianity, and instate free market capitalism.

Maintaining a threat is extremely useful in terms of the continuance of U.S. hegemony in East Asia and, ultimately, the containment of China;--consistent with the project for a New American Century.

Anyone who speaks otherwise is un-American; he is a serpent, a deceiver, a betrayer, a communist: he speaks with a tongue of wanting, a tongue of jealousy, or a tongue of manipulation. But always he speaks with the tongue of anti-Americanism. To oppose US hegonomy in East Asia is to berate the American people, for American foreign policy is an avatar of the collective individuality of each and every American person. To berate American foreign policy is to curse the American people.
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BREAKING NEWS: NORTH KOREA TEST FIRES A MISSILE!! [01 May 2005|06:55am]
Apparently the North Koreans have test fired a missile INTO THE SEA OF JAPAN!

Those fucking North Koreans piss me off!

This is an act of WAR!

Granted, geographically, the safest area for North Korea to test fire a missile is over the sea of Japan (look at any map). Japan essentially blocks Korea from the Pacific ocean. I don't think a missile testing could be conducted from their location without flying it into Japan. Fly it into China? South Korea? There is no trajectory at which North Korea could fire a missile from the north-eastern missile bases without either violating another nation's airspace or physically attacking another country. Keep in mind that the ROK is between the DPRK and the Pacific to the south. I've traced sample trajectories from North-eastern DPRK and expanded them into the surrounding region. There is literally nowhere they could perform a missile test without infringing upon someone. The only possible solution would be to launch from the southern section of the country, which would open a small strip of ocean less than 100 miles wide to the south. If something were to go wrong, and the missile missed its target (remember, this is a test), it would likely hit the east coast of China.

However, whilst launching the test missile into the sea of Japan is obviously the safest and least provocative option, nevertheless, it is still an act of aggression, and essentially a declaration of war. Why? Because they shouldn't be test-firing missiles anyway, because North Korea is an unstable, evil regime with connections to Al Qaeda and other tyrants and terrorists. So yes, I believe this test-firing must be presented to the world as an act of aggression; nothing more nor less. Doing this will also help to maintain a threat of the evil rogue state, which is good for America, because it gives us a pretext to invade and occupy North Korea, or at least to keep our troops on South Korea--thereby maintaining US hegenomy in East Asia.

It is absolutely essential to maintain a threat of North Korea! This is absolutely necessary for the realization of the Project for a New American Century! Patriots, never forget this!
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Japanese Wizard of Oz [26 Apr 2005|03:37am]
From: http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=1499

Alternative title:
オズの魔法使い (Japanese)
De tovenaar van Oz
Il regno di Oz (Italian)
Im Land des Zauberers von Oz (German)
The Wizard of Oz

Genres: Adventure, Fantasy

Running time: half hour
Number of episodes: 52
Episode titles: We have 52

Vintage: 1986-10-06 to 1987-10-05

Opening Theme:
"Fancy Girl" by Satoko Yamano
Ending Theme:
"Maho-no crayon" by Kumiko Osugi & Ema Osugi
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[21 Dec 2004|09:13am]
I just funished watching Attack the Gas Station. 7.5/10
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[21 Dec 2004|07:03am]
I just finished watching a Japanese film called Kikujiro. 7.5/10

Now I am about to watch a south Korean film called Attack of the Gas Station.
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