Imperialists used over 110 killiing methods in one location
Pyongyang, November 23 (KCNA) -- An endless stream of people from all walks of life, including servicepersons and schoolchildren, is visiting the Susan-ri House of Class Education in the DPRK.
For two years after its opening, the house has been visited by more than 343 100 people from at least 3 080 institutions.
On display there are more than 500 photos and at least 710 relics of 280 kinds.
There are also a chestnut warehouse where patriots were massacred and a tomb of more than 490 patriots and other outdoor educational places.
The U.S. imperialists and class enemies killed at least 1 050 inhabitants, one third of the population of township, by employing over 110 killing methods.
Over 1 500 pieces of evidence were additionally discovered.
Going round several places in which photos and relics indicative of atrocities of the enemies are on display, the visitors felt towering hatred for the enemies.
The North Koreans do seem to have a strange fascination for chestnuts
High The Admiral Snowy, Commander In Chief of the Naval Forces of The Phoenix Confederation.
Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor - The Napoleonic Wars Campaign.
Captain Atticus Finch - ACW Rainbow Co.
It would be interesting to see what they think these 110 killing methods are.
I've tried and can only come up with a few dozen killing methods at most.
Perhaps I've been hanging out with the wrong crowd.
1. Firing a rifle standing up.
2. Firing a rifle kneeling.
3. Firing a rifle sitting.
4. Firing a rifle prone.
5. Firing a rifle standing up while singing The Star Spangled Banner.
6. Firing a rifle kneeling while singing The Star Spangled Banner.
7. Firing a rifle sitting while singing The Star Spangled Banner.
8. Firing a rifle prone while singing The Star Spangled Banner.
9. Firing a rifle standing up with one eye closed.
10. Firing a rifle kneeling with one eye closed.
11. Firing a rifle sitting with one eye closed.
12. Firing a rifle prone with one eye closed.
13. Firing a rifle standing up with one eye closed while singing The Star Spangled Banner.
14. Firing a rifle kneeling with one eye closed while singing The Star Spangled Banner.
15. Firing a rifle sitting with one eye closed while singing The Star Spangled Banner.
16. Firing a rifle prone with one eye closed while singing The Star Spangled Banner.
Came up with 16 before I even got to pointy stick or banana.
True. How the heck do they manage to make a separate planet out of half a peninsula?
Much the way Jim Jones did in Guyana. The East Germans could hear German language broadcasts from Switzerland, West Germany, Lichtenstein, Austria, and VOA. And radios had been part common prior to the establishment of the DDR. The Korean peninsula borders China, Russia (19 kilometers of it), and South Korea. Up until the 2000s, most North Koreans outside Pyongyang didn't own a radio. Each home had a loudspeaker in it. You could turn it on and off, and up and down, but that was it. It entertained you with music, etc, and gave you the news.
What radios their were could not receive ROK stations, which were jammed. China and the USSR were no threat. The Norks also sought to 'purify' the Korean language, removing words of Chinese and other foreign origin, and substituting words not in use in the ROK, thereby adding another hurdle. Movement controls also helped, as movement within the country was controlled. You didn't just 'decide' to move to Pyongyang, you had to get permission to change your place of residence beforehand. And the internal security controls helped.
It wasn't just their own who were taken in. Until very recently, leftist westerners could be found on Korea blogs, arguing that the DPRK had been more prosperous than the ROK through most of its history, thus taking the DPRK's own glorious economic statistics at face value. Those Spanish links are likely the work of a Spaniard named Cao de Benos (sp?), who is still a true believer.
The cracks have been appearing since 2000, but the real and psychological walls are still up there. Just like Jonestown until that congressman decided to visit.
Phong trần mài một lưỡi gươm, Những loài giá áo túi cơm sá gì!