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(Huffington Post)   Extermination, Murder, Rape, Enslavement, Torture, Imprisonment, Forced Abortions, Prolonged starvation. Sounds like a pretty good weekend in Vegas to me   (huffingtonpost.com) divider line 64
    More: Scary, North Koreans, torture chambers, summary execution, famine, torture, Human Rights Council, documents  
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2014-02-17 04:59:18 PM

Smeggy Smurf: NutWrench: If there was ever a case for precision bombing, this would be it.

If there ever was a reason to have the Rods from God deployed, this would be it



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ODIN will take care of things...
 
2014-02-17 05:05:21 PM
Let's have a war!
 
2014-02-17 05:07:14 PM

rkiller1: I wonder if this Administration would have a different reaction if NK snatched the USS Pueblo?
/I doubt it because that's not how you keep your Party in power.


Why would North Korea need to do that? They still have the Pueblo; it's one of their main tourist attractions.
 
2014-02-17 06:38:58 PM

fatty.fauntleroy: It's a damn good thing Li'l Kim doesn't have oil or we'd have done cleaned his clock.  As it is, carry on.


He has powerful friends.
Same friends as Iran, which has lots of oil, and a very dirty clock.
 
2014-02-17 08:28:25 PM
I read the headline and guessed Catholic Church.
 
2014-02-17 08:43:18 PM
I suspect Father Oobama will either send a strongly worded letter with lots of exclamation points or they make him the head of the Democrat party.
 
2014-02-17 08:45:42 PM

Diogenes: Well, not to downplay this, but you don't maintain a brutal, insular regime with tickle fights and puppy kisses.


You could.
 
2014-02-17 09:12:55 PM

Mell of a Hess: LUXURY GOODS AND "PARALLEL FUNDS"

North Korea "continues allocating a significant amount of the state's resources for the purchase and importation of luxury goods", the report said.

Such imports are in violation of Security Council sanctions and have included high-quality cognac and whiskey and equipment for a 1,000 person cinema, it said. There have been attempts to import Mercedes-Benz vehicles, high-end musical recording equipment and dozens of pianos, it said.

Stay classy.  I mean that.


Apparently sanctions against Myanmar/Burma just drove up the cost of luxuries for the country's elite... which made imported goods even bigger status symbols for them, so they simply looted more funds from the citizenry to pay for them.
 
2014-02-17 09:13:45 PM
Hope Dear Leader gets a paper cut off the strongly worded letter.
 
2014-02-17 09:33:15 PM

iheartscotch: Good luck actually prosecuting him on any of that.


I think the real target of this resolution isn't at NK, but at China. If NK is officially listed as a state who's crimes are on par with Nazi Germany's, then China's standing can take a beating for being a willing ally to such a criminal nation.

And China does have a lot to lose if they get that kind of stain on their International Trading record. So, this is the UN's way of telling China to do something about the crazy cousin in their guardianship before China starts to get in trouble too.
 
2014-02-17 10:47:04 PM

TV's Vinnie: iheartscotch: Good luck actually prosecuting him on any of that.

I think the real target of this resolution isn't at NK, but at China. If NK is officially listed as a state who's crimes are on par with Nazi Germany's, then China's standing can take a beating for being a willing ally to such a criminal nation.

And China does have a lot to lose if they get that kind of stain on their International Trading record. So, this is the UN's way of telling China to do something about the crazy cousin in their guardianship before China starts to get in trouble too.


I'm not convinced China cares much about stains.  They seem to be doing just fine, even though
- Disproportionate carbon emissions
- Invading Tibet
- And of course 60+ years of openly supporting NK

Though I could be wrong here, it seems cheap exports trumps politics and UN wrist-slapping-by-proxie.
 
2014-02-17 11:03:09 PM
rkiller1:

I'm not convinced China cares much about stains.  They seem to be doing just fine, even though
- Disproportionate carbon emissions


(Sooner or later, they will have to do something about that)

- Invading Tibet

(Only Richard Gere gives a flying fark about Tibet......and about gerbils)

- And of course 60+ years of openly supporting NK

(Dictatorships were a dime a dozen in the Cold War years, but very few dictators got into the War Criminal Club. That sort of thing not only ruins your trade status, but also the status of any other country that continues to trade with them)
 
2014-02-17 11:47:11 PM
Pfft, child's play. Wait until the UN report on ObamaScare comes out!
 
2014-02-18 04:15:50 AM

Gyrfalcon: Let's have a war!


Blame it on the middle-class!
 
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