Tag Archives: North Korea

Trump regime dispatches supersonic bombers in penis size contest with Kim regime

Source: Los Angeles Times

"The United States flew two supersonic bombers over the Korean Peninsula on Tuesday in a show of force against North Korea, South Korean officials said. The U.S. often sends powerful warplanes in times of heightened animosities with North Korea, and flew B-1B bombers several times this year as the North conducted a series of banned ballistic missile tests. Tuesday's flights by the B-1Bs came shortly after the death of a U.S. college student who was recently released by North Korea in a coma following more than 17 months in captivity." (06/20/17)


Otto Warmbier, US student abducted by North Korean regime, dies

Source: BBC News [UK state media]

"The American student who was released last week after being held in captivity for more than 15 months in North Korea has died, his family says. Otto Warmbier, 22, returned to the US last Tuesday, but it emerged he had been in a coma for a year. North Korea said botulism and a sleeping pill led to the coma, but US doctors have disputed this account. Mr Warmbier was sentenced to 15 years of hard labour for attempting to steal a propaganda sign from a hotel." (06/19/17)


University of Virginia student Otto Warmbier released from North Korea in a coma

Source: New York Daily News

"The University of Virginia student who has been detained in North Korea for more than a year was finally released Tuesday — after mysteriously falling ill and spending most of his imprisonment in a coma, his family said. Otto Warmbier, who was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor for alleged theft, left the isolated empire comatose on a Medivac flight, according to a statement from his parents. The family told The Washington Post Warmbier came down with botulism the same month he was sentenced to prison last year. He then fell into a coma after taking a sleeping pill, North Korean officials told them." (06/13/17)


Rodman returns to North Korea for third round of "basketball diplomacy"

Source: Time

"The Worm has returned. On Tuesday, former NBA great Dennis Rodman flew back to North Korea during a time of heightened tensions with Washington, after the rogue state's 16 missile tests so far this year, and its arrest of two more U.S. citizens, bringing the total number of Americans held by the regime to four. It's the third trip to North Korea for Rodman, who was previously hosted in 2013 and 2014 by Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un, a known basketball fanatic. … Sources close to Rodman told TIME that the visit would likely last until the weekend. Senior U.S. diplomats in South Korea confessed to having no knowledge of the trip, while the State Department said it was aware but stressed the visit was unofficial." (06/13/17)


Japan: Regime vows "specific action" with US versus North Korea

Source: The Hill

"Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is vowing 'specific action' with the U.S. to deter North Korea in the wake of Pyongyang’s latest missile test. 'As we agreed at the recent G7, the issue of North Korea is a top priority for the international community,' Abe told reporters on Monday, according to Reuters. 'Working with the United States, we will take specific action to deter North Korea.' The news service added that Japan protested the test." (05/29/17)


North Korea: Regime says missile meets all specifications, ready for mass-production

Source: Reuters

"North Korea said on Monday it had successfully tested an intermediate-range ballistic missile which met all technical requirements and could now be mass-produced, indicating advances in its ambitions to be able to hit the United States. The North fired the missile into waters off its east coast on Sunday, its second missile test in a week, which South Korea said dashed the hopes of the South's new liberal government under President Moon Jae-in for peace between the neighbors. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un supervised the test of the Pukguksong-2, which confirmed reliable late-stage guidance of the warhead and the functioning of a solid-fuel engine, the KCNA state news agency said." (05/22/17)


North Korea: Regime fires medium-range missile in latest test

Source: New Orleans Times-Picayune

"North Korea fired a medium-range missile on Sunday, U.S. and South Korean officials said, the latest ballistics test by a country speeding up its development of nuclear weapons and missiles. The rocket was fired from an area near the North Korean county of Pukchang, in South Phyongan Province, and flew eastward about 500 kilometers (310 miles), said South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff. The U.S. Pacific Command said it tracked the missile before it landed in the sea." (05/21/17)


The buttinski should butt out of Korea

Source: Future of Freedom Foundation
by Jacob G Hornberger

"Korea is none of the U.S. government’s business. The only proper course of action is for the Pentagon and the CIA to exit the country and bring those 23,000 American soldiers stationed in Korea home. No negotiations. No agreements. No talks. Just butt out of what is none of your business and exit the scene by coming home. Why are there 23,000 U.S. troops in Korea? It’s because the U.S. government, headed by President Harry S. Truman and his newly established national-security establishment, decided to intervene in another country’s civil war more than half-a-century ago." (05/15/17)


North Korea: Regime claims new missile can carry "large" nuke

Source: CBS News

North Korea claimed Monday that it successfully tested a new missile the previous day capable of carrying a 'large, heavy nuclear warhead.' It was the regime's most successful missile test to date, but officials in in South Korea said more information was needed before the North's inflammatory claim about nuclear warheads could be confirmed." (05/15/17)


North Korea: Regime "carries out new missile test"

Source: BBC News [UK state media]

"North Korea has fired what appears to be a ballistic missile, reports from South Korea say. The missile was launched near the city of Kusong, north-west of the capital, Pyongyang, Yonhap news agency reported. North Korea has carried out a series of missile tests this year, increasing tensions with the US. Pyongyang has accelerated its nuclear and missile tests in recent years, despite international condemnation and UN sanctions." (05/13/17)