DPRK Stresses Support to Syria Against Conspiracy

PYONGYANG (SANA) – The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) expressed full support to the Syrian leadership, army and people against the conspiracy targeting Syria.

The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea leader, Kim Jong-un, and Foreign Minister, Pak Ui-chun, described the US and its Arab agents’ policies against Syria as ”state terrorism.”

M. Ismael

*note: Original posted on the Syrian Arab News Agency

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English Transcript of Kim Jong Un’s Speech

North Korea Tech

Here’s an English translation of the speech delivered by Kim Jong Un on April 15th, 2012, at Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang:

Kim Jong Un, recently elected leader of the DPRK

Heroic officers of the army, the navy, the air force and the strategic rocket unit of the Korean People’s Army (KPA), and officers of the Korean People’s Internal Security Forces; members of the Worker-Peasant Red Guards and the Young Red Guards; working people of the entire country and citizens of Pyongyang; the people in the South and overseas compatriots; comrades and friends,

Today, we proceed with a grand military parade to celebrate the 100th birth anniversary of great leader Comrade Kim Il Sung, while embracing the greatest national pride and self-esteem. Continue reading

Congratulations to DPRK’ s leader

Lao News Agency

On April 12, H.E Choummaly Sayasone, General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Lao People’ s Revolutionary Party and President of the Lao People’ s Democratic Republic sent a message of congratulations to Kim Jong Un over his election as first secretary of the Workers Party of Korea.

The message said: Continue reading

More Distortions About North Korea

by Rick Gunderman

A curiosity about capitalist ideology is its claim to have fully advanced the movement for the freedom to learn, to express, and to speak.

By all appearances, it has. Those who have grown up in a capitalist society are told ad nauseum that they grow up in a “free country” (often a qualifier for the concurrent claim to be the “best country”) where constraints upon pursuing information are only reasonably limited, if at all.

In their renowned work on the political economy of the mass media, Manufacturing Consent, Noam Chomsky and Edward S. Herman categorically challenge this view. Through numerous examples, including the attempted assassination of the pope and the Indochinese Wars, the authors show how the news media has five “filters” to censor certain information. Continue reading