For sniggles, I read Pyongyang's response to the UN resolution that Nork ally China actually supported. If it pisses off the DPRK this much, then maybe it's really working.
Here it is, in all its shrill glory:
DPRK People Angered by U.N. ResolutionI'm quite impressed not just with old man Kim's selfless patriotism, but also his use of the word brigandism. That's a 600-level vocabulary item on the SAT.
Pyongyang, January 26 (KCNA) -- The UNSC "resolution" against the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, adopted on the initiative of the United States, has lashed the local people into fury.
Such slogan as "Death to the U.S. imperialists, sworn enemy of the Korean people" can be heard everywhere in the country.
Many young people are volunteering for military services, out of their will to annihilate the enemies while other people visit military posts with aid materials.
O Yong Ho, an officer of the Korean People's Army, told KCNA:
"We will counter the U.S. high-handedness and arbitrariness with real action to show the mettle of the Koreans.
The DPRK should promptly stage a nuclear test and continue to launch long-range missiles. If the U.S. persists in its provocative moves, the DPRK should blow up the U.S. mainland through a sacred war for justice.
This is the mindset of all the people in the DPRK as well as the fixed will of the servicepersons."
Kim Tok Jong, an old man living in Moranbong District, Pyongyang, said:
"A nation's sovereignty is more precious than one's life.
Why can't the DPRK only have satellites and launch long-range missiles, though other countries are allowed to do so? I can hardly repress my wrath at such brigandish demand.
I have lived for nearly 70 years. The past years clearly shows that words do not go on the U.S. and only force is needed to settle accounts with it.
If a war breaks out, I will take arms in my hand to fight against the U.S. scoundrels.
I will also do my utmost to wipe out the group of evils running amuck to trample down the nation's right to existence and development."
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