Poor North Korea, they try so hard. North Korea suspected source of ‘mad dog’ Trump leaflets Fox News Apparently North Korea is trying to hobble President Trump with a new nickname, “Mad Dog”. Unfortunately Secretary of Defense Mattis has been called “Mad Dog” for an awfully long time… “Let’s behead mad dog Trump for the future… Continue reading Sorry, Little Korea, “Mad Dog” Is Taken
Cara McGoogan 21 SEPTEMBER 2016 • 12:33PM The full scope of North Korea’s private internet has been revealed after the country accidentally gave people outside of the country brief access to it. The government-controlled internet is a lot smaller than was initially believed, containing just 28 websites in total, including an insurance company, sports website and site containing culinary information and… Continue reading North Korea’s internet revealed to have just 28 websites
Horrifying portraits of American soldiers torturing women with pliers and murdering babies are used for propaganda by North Korea as posters created by Kim Jong-il’s regime are displayed in public Paintings believed to be from 2005 claim to depict atrocities by Americans during the Korean War Propaganda art shows Americans torturing women by removing their… Continue reading North Korean Anti-American Propaganda Museum
09-19-2017 President Donald Trump used his first United Nations general assembly address to warn North Korea of potential destruction if it doesn’t give up its nuclear weapons program. The speech was greeted in the U.N. chamber mostly with silence, as Trump castigated a succession of hostile regimes. He first singled out North Korea, recounting its… Continue reading President Trump Takes Aim at North Korea’s ‘Rocket Man’
@DPRK_News is the Twitter handle of DPRK News, the North Korean news outlet. In this case, there is no news, it is just commentary about the West. In their comments, they reveal just how little they actually know about the West. It makes for good reading if you need comic relief. Yesterday, @DPRK_News tweeted this.… Continue reading DPRK News Service Provides Hilarity, Not News
BREAKING: UN Security Council unanimously approves new sanctions on North Korea in watered-down resolution without oil import ban.
Jocko Willink, a former Navy SEAL, is suggesting we drop 25 million free iPhones into North Korea and put satellites overhead and provide free connectivity. A former US Navy SEAL tweeted his solution to the North Korean crisis — and it just might work There are some technical issues but there are practical workarounds, like… Continue reading Free iPhone To North Korea – Flood Them With Information