North Koreans & United States

North Korea , officially the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK; Chosŏn'gŭl: ), is a country in East Asia, occupying the northern half of the Korean Peninsula. The United States of America (USA), commonly referred to as the United States (US), America, or simply the States, is a federal republic consisting of 50 states, 16 territories, a federal district, and various overseas extraterritorial jurisdictions. 5.0/5

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North Koreans today believe that the United States and South Korea started the Korean War, the inverse of what actually happened
What's In A Word? Lone wolf. Jihad. Islamist. ISIL. ISIS. Terrorist. Radical muslim jihadi well-trained militant al-Qaeda Yemen-based terrorist. What happened to Sleeper Cells? Did the media just get tired of scaring us with that phrase? Are they out there, still sleeping? What's the alarm clock? Should Americans -- or anyone -- be armed, just in case? Or face it like the French, or Jewish grocery shoppers in Paris? Trevor Loudon-- the author and freedom fighter from New Zealand on a swing through the United States, made these telling comments at a speech I was lucky enough to catch: If America loses its military and economic dominance, the bad guys in the world -- the Russians, Communist Chinese, North Koreans, Cubans, Iran, radical Muslims, Syrians and Iraqis, Marxists running South America and the rest, will carve up this planet, and you can't let that happen. John Kerry is just Jane Fonda with a little less testosterone. Obama has abandoned peace through strength. A good portion of your Congress could ...
The big question - what do I believe would really happen with a war between the United States and Mainland China? Mainland China military preparations are mostly to protect home ground. I do not expect a future arms race but a possible first strike would be more realistic like the two movies Red Dawn with Cubans and North Koreans. But I would expect a paramilitary similar to the paramilitary, which trained Elektra, in the Marvel Comics movie with the same title. It would be a preparatory invasion before the actual military invasion. Maybe to get a peaceful surrender, which is what an arms race, was suppose to do.
Count your blessings, be glad you had the good fortune of being born and growing up in the United States of America. Today I learned that North Korea operates on their own timeline based on the birthday of the guy who founded North Korea. To them, the year is 100, not 2014. The internet is banned in North Korea. The majority of North Koreans have no knowledge that the Internet exists. Now aren't you especially glad to be us?
Tanzania has sent home the North Koreans who were supposed to be restoring some of the Tanzanian People’s Defence Force’s Soviet-era military equipment following secret protests by the United States, we hear
Today at 6:20 AM Bible College class tonight at 6:30 (only four more classes ) . Home School co-op at church today. Pray for the students and families involved. Dave W. is working. Praise the Lord for His faithfulness. America moves troops into Poland in an attempt to show Russia we still count. China is building up it's military to become the world's super power (just as the Bible predicts). Our monetary system is on the verge of collapse. Our president circumvents the law of the land at will with the cover of the main line media and the opposition party seems spineless to confront it. While America sleeps the Chinese and North Koreans are preparing for an EMP attack against the electric grid of the United States which could be protected at a cost of about two billion dollars, which in Washington economics is but a drop in the bucket. These are indeed troubling times. Thank God the One who ultimately orders and allows the events of the World is still in charge. He sits in heaven and laughs. Come soon, L ...
Teabags are the North Koreans of the United States.
1. "We Ought to Take It Out" In early 2007, as Iraq seemed to be slipping inexorably into chaos and President George W. Bush into inescapable political purgatory, Meir Dagan, the head of the Israeli Mossad, flew to Washington, sat down in a sunlit office of the West Wing of the White House, and spread out on the coffee table before him a series of photographs showing a strange-looking building rising out of the sands in the desert of eastern Syria. Vice President *** Cheney did not have to be told what it was. "They tried to hide it down a wadi, a gulley," he recalls to filmmaker R.J. Cutler. "There's no population around it anyplace... You can't say it's to generate electricity, there's no power line coming out of it. It's just out there obviously for production of plutonium." The Syrians were secretly building a nuclear plant -- with the help, it appeared, of the North Koreans. Though the United States was already embroiled in two difficult, unpopular, and seemingly endless wars, though its military w . ...
If you are attending Badlandz February 16th, you must read this. We will be playing this that day... Operation Black Dawn: Back Story: In early January, about 50% of the cities in the United States of America had been invaded and come under the control of the North Korean Army. The North Koreans were able to do this by crippling U.S. Military communications with a Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) weapon. With no way to communicate the country was quickly being taken over. A retired group of Delta Force Army Rangers had put together military forces in Indiana known as the Free America Army. They had made their way to Illinois in search of a group known as the Wolverines. They hoped that together they could secure a briefcase containing an EMP resistance telephone that the North Koreans had in their possession. With this device U.S. Forces could have communications and plan a counter attack. The 4 members of the Free America Army and the Wolverines were able to secure this device. They then made there way back t ...
새해 복 많이 받으세요! A new year, new opportunities - and a new face. We welcome our new intern Carolyn Carpenter. She is from the United States, and is a Fulbright ETA in Cheonan who now is working for the NKDB during her winter break. We are looking forward to working together with her. We have several things in store for you this year: - 7th-8th of February: Workshop "Building a Partnership between the United States', Korean and German North Korean Human Rights Organizations & Organizations for Humanitarian Aid for North Koreans" - 24th of February: "Conference on North Korean Human Rights Legislation"; sponsored by the Ministry of Unification (통일부) and the 동아일보 newspaper. - Our monthly briefings on different topics with our next one on the 25th of February These are the events for now, but be sure that there are more to come later this year. - Our annual publications "White Paper on Human Rights", "White Paper on Religious Freedom", "White Paper on Economic Activity", and the " ...
I am really impressed with his reports for Young Marines too. He did one on Chesty Puller and one on the Korean War ... remember he is in 4th grade and he typed and formatted all by himself ... this is one proud momma! The Korean War (June 25, 1950-July 27, 1952) This war was a war between the Republic of Korea and the Democratic Peoples of Korea. Japan ruled Korea from 1910 to 1945. At the end of World War 2, the Soviets and the United States met at the 38th parallel and made a deal so the US administered South Korea and the Soviets, North Korea. When this deal ended and we pulled out since we deprived the south of guns the north invaded. The United Nations made a dash to get there forces there by the time they got to Korea the North Koreans had pushed the South Koreans to the Pusan perimeter. We pushed hard till we got to the parallel we got vicious and pushed into North Korea. Then the Chinese attacked in till we were cut in half. That is when in the Chosen Reservoir Chesty Puller and his men took a .. ...
Learn Our History Today: On January 23, 1968, a U.S. Naval intelligence vessel known as the USS Pueblo was captured by North Korean patrol boats after being accused of venturing into North Korean territory. Conducting routine reconnaissance along the North Korean coast, the Pueblo was intercepted by several North Korean vessels, which turned their guns on the American ship and demanded surrender. Initially the Pueblo tried to flee, with the North Koreans opening fire in return, wounding numerous crew members aboard the vessel. Knowing that capture would soon be imminent, the men of the Pueblo destroyed all classified information aboard the ship, leaving nothing for the North Koreans when they boarded the vessel. The entire affair soon turned into a major international crisis with the United States claiming the Pueblo was in international waters and North Korea claiming that the Pueblo was in its twelve mile territorial water limit. For nearly a year, the crew of the Pueblo was held captive in North Korea ...
On Monday, Dennis Rodman, no stranger to outlandish stunts, traveled again to North Korea with 6 other basketball players.  The plan is to play a game against a team of North Koreans as a birthday present to Kim Jong Un.  With the history between North Korea and the United States, wha...
Hello dear to you today completed for some of the crimes of America . And dropped two nuclear bombs over Hiroshima and Nagasaki , and then said U.S. President Harry Truman , which is not in the conscience of American culture : "The world is now within our reach ." Between the year 1371 and in 1392 slaughtered the United States in a conservative estimate nearly ten million Chinese and Korean , and Vietnamese and Cambodians , and refers to one estimate, the deaths of two million North Koreans in the Korean War , and many of them were killed in a fire storm in " Pyongyang " and major cities other . In mid- 1382, the Vietnam War caused the death of 160 thousand people , and the torture and mutilation of 700 thousand people, 31 thousand women raped , eviscerated and 3,000 people who are alive , and burned 4,000 to death , and attacked the village of 46 toxic chemicals . This is America , and some of these actions to those ignorant . The U.S. bombing " of Hanoi " in the Christmas period , and in 1391 to the inj ...
Liberty in North Korea! It was just curiosity led my footsteps to the KSA meeting today. They showed us this documentary on Danny's life (a North Korean who escaped to China and eventually achieved his dream in the United States) and I realized there are actually some people in North Korea happen to have big or even bigger vision and dreams inside them. I've always helped and wanted to help those of who have big dreams with good purposes, and today, it made me feel more about potential North Koreans.
Near Sojong, South Korea, Private Kenneth Shadrick, a 19-year-old infantryman from Skin Fork, West Virginia, becomes the first American reported killed in the Korean War. Shadrick, a member of a bazooka squad, had just fired the weapon at a Soviet-made tank when he looked up to check his aim and was cut down by enemy machine-gun fire. Two days later, President Harry Truman announced that the United States would intervene in the Korean conflict to stem the spread of communism, and on June 28 the United Nations approved the use of force against communist North Korea. In the opening months of the war, the U.S.-led U.N. forces rapidly advanced against the North Koreans, but in October, Chinese communist troops entered the fray, throwing the Allies into a hasty retreat. By May 1951, the communists were pushed back to the 38th parallel, where the battle line remained for the rest of the war.
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Olympus Has Fallen: The single worst film iv ever seen in my life! An all star cast that's so biig it makes it 100x worse. Everyone's in this. Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart, Morgan Freeman, Angela Basset, Melissa Leo, Evergreen from Oldboy. All wasting they're time n ours! Basic plot - the White House n President of the United States are under siege from North Koreans. That's a joke in itself! But the nasty references to 9/11, the Boston bombings and other tragedies is a disgrace!!! Seriously disgusted with this film and I think everyone should watch it n see how Hollywood plays these dirty games too. My rating 0/100. Enjoy ^_-
Korean War Map of North and South Korea The Korean War began on June 25, 1950, when North Korea (officially the Democratic People's Republic of Korea) launched a surprise attack on neighboring South Korea (officially the Republic of Korea). Against the expectations of the North Koreans and the Soviet Union, the United States immediately provided military support to South Korea, and the UN Security Council passed a resolution (UNSC Resolution 82) demanding a North Korean withdrawal to the 38th Parallel. Within days of the initial assault, UN forces under the leadership of General Douglas MacArthur began planning a large-scale counterassault, culminating in the Battle of Inchon in September 1950. In the months following the invasion at Inchon, UN troops forced the North Korean Army to retreat, capturing the capital of Pyongyang and reaching North Korea's northernmost border at the Yalu River. With secret backing from Moscow, in October and November 1950 hundreds of thousands of Chinese troops moved into Nor ...
Essay on History & Origin of the Korean War When someone mentions the Korean War, everyone knows that it was a civil war between the North and the South Korea. But many don't know how it actually got started. There are a lot of things that happened before the North Koreans decided to cross over the 38th parallel. The Korean civil war was just a small part of the whole war. The war also included more than just Koreans, like other countries such as Japan, China, Russia, and the United States. In the nineteenth century, Korea was just a small peasant society that paid tribute to the Chinese. But when the Russian and Japanese imperialism made a huge effect on the China, Korea was looked at differently. By the end of the century, Korea had become a prize in a three-way contest between China, Russia and Japan. In 1894, Japan defeated China, thus eliminating them from the contest. Then in 1905, Japan defeated Russia, making them the dominant power in Korea. In 1910, Japan took over Korea and made them into a *** ...
“A deliberate attempt by Pyongyang to revive a high level of tension with the United States …the North Koreans may have felt compelled to make up for the loss of face they suffered…when they were unable to disrupt or deter the joint U.S.-South Korean military exercise.” --Briefing for CIA Director Richard Helms, April 16, 1969
What about these North Koreans? Have you ever heard of a more dumb *** bunch of *** They’re threatening to launch a nuke at us. At US! Stupid. Hm…… But ya know what? Let them go ahead and launch it I say! Do they not realize that we, the United States of America, the most powerful nation in the world, (even though our elected *** can’t seem to agree on the best choice of toilet paper), we have the best, most highly trained, disciplined, modern fighting force in the world? Not to mention we have the most up-to date, highest tech, deadliest equipment of any nation in the world. If those little guys decide to launch a preemptive nuclear strike against us, it wouldn’t reach the Hawaiian Islands before it was shot out of the sky. Then, if our elected officials have any nads, they’d launch one at Pyongyang and wait for the bright flash. We don’t need to worry about political fall-out from these other countries. Why should we care what France, England, Germany (who we by the way DEFEATED ...
You have got to check out the video put out by the North Koreans. Here is a description. North Korea has poached Michael Jackson's peace anthem We Are the World to soundtrack a chilling video showing a US city under missile attack. The bizarre footage, uploaded on the secretive state's official webpage, comes as Kim Jong-un prepares for an "imminent" nuclear weapon test. The propaganda movie depicts a smiling lad dreaming of a regime rocket being launched into the air and travelling to America. The three-and-a-half minute vid then shows a mystery city full of skyscrapers being attacked with multiple explosions, while the Stars and Stripes flag flutters in the background. Captions on the screen written in Korean say: "Somewhere in the United States, black clouds of smoke are billowing.
Tensions are escalating since North Korea’s launch of a satellite into orbit on December 12, 2012. Overwrought news reports termed the launch a “threat” and a “provocation,” while U.S. National Security Council spokesman Tommy Vietor called it “irresponsible behavior.” Punishment for North Korea was swift in coming. North Korea’s Kwangmyongsong-3 was just one of 75 satellites that a variety of nations sent into space last year, but Pyongyang’s launch, and a failed launch earlier in the year on April 12, were the only ones singled out for condemnation. [1] In Western eyes, there was something uniquely threatening about the Kwangmyongsong-3 earth observation satellite, unlike the apparently more benign five military and three spy satellites the United States launched last year. We are told that the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK, the official name for North Korea) used the satellite launch to test ballistic missile technology. But the North Koreans could hardly have sent the ...
Can you belive how stupid those North Koreans are? Kim Jung Un had NO military experience whatsoever before Daddy made him a four-star general. This snot-nosed twerp had never accomplished anything in his life that would even come close to military leadership. He hadn't even so much as led a Cub Scout troop, coached a sports team, or commanded a military platoon. So he is made the "Beloved Leader" of North Korea. Terrific! Oh crap! I'm sorry. I just remembered that we did the same thing. We took an arrogant community organizer, who had never worn a uniform, and made him Commander-in-Chief. A guy, who had never had a real job, worked on a budget, or led anything more than an ACORN demonstration, and we made him President of the United States - - - - TWICE !!! I'm sorry I brought this up. Never mind.
Politics: Might be nice to have a president who believes in missile defense Published by: Herman Cain on Friday January 25th, 2013 By HERMAN CAIN - But instead, we've got Barack Obama. North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is a liar who likes to puff his chest, so when he threatens to target the United States in a nuclear missile test, we probably don’t have to start making out our wills. But in an age of nuclear proliferation, it’s foolish not to do everything we can to protect ourselves from the threat of a nuclear attack. Just because a specific threat is probably not credible doesn’t mean no credible threat will ever come. Yet the Obama Administration does nothing to address this threat. One of Obama’s first actions upon taking office was to cancel a commitment made by the Bush Administration to place missile defense systems in Poland and the Czech Republic. That’s because Obama didn’t want to upset the Russians, who insisted that U.S. deployment of missile defenses represent some sort of thre ...
YOU WON'T READ OR LEARN THIS IN ANY HISTORY BOOKS IN THE SCHOOLS!!! LITTLE-KNOWN FACTS FROM ITALIAN AMERICAN HISTORY October is Italian American Heritage Month, celebrating the contributions of an estimated 20 million Americans of Italian descent -- the fifth largest ethnic group in the United States. •Two signers of the Declaration of Independence were of Italian descent: Maryland's William Paca and Delaware's Caesar Rodney. •Four Italians were at the Battle of Little Bighorn in 1876: John Martini, a trumpeter and the last man to see Custer alive; Augusto De Voto, Giovanni Casella, and Lieutenant Charles De Rudio. All four survived the massacre. •The Planter's Peanut Company and its familiar logo, Mr. Peanut, were created by Amedeo Obici and Mario Peruzzi in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania in 1908. •"Chattanooga Choo-choo," "Lullaby of Broadway," and "An Affair to Remember" were some of the songs written by Harry Warren, born Salvatore Guaragna. •The ice cream cone was invented in 1896 by Italo Marc ...
This week on A Community of Voices from WSLR 96.5 Community Radio and the Pacifica Radio Network: Escape from North Korea by Melanie Kirkpatrick North Korea is the home of 24 million people. Many live under tortuous conditions and must endure hardships day after day. Men, women, and children literally die from starvation. Some simply commit suicide so they don't have to struggle any longer. Many North Koreans see escape as their only way out. It is a long, treacherous, and dangerous journey out of the country and to freedom. But even more, once they are out of North Korea, their journey is still only beginning. Whether or not they will be able to join the some 24,000 refugees in South Korea, or the 140 refugees in the United States, is stroke of pure luck. My guest this week is Melanie Kirkpatrick, author of Escape From North Korea: The Untold Story of Asia's Underground Railroad. Melanie is a former editor at the Wall Street Journal and is currently a fellow at the Hudson Institute. Even though ou ...
"Red Dawn" -- North Koreans invading the northeastern United States. Uhh... I don't think so.
2. We’re losing our “right to life” in many different ways — from birth through old age. It’s always striking when some of those who defend an unborn child’s “right to life” ignore the fact that the United States ranks 49th in infant mortality, according to the latest statistics. Or in the fact that African American infant mortality is 2.5 that of Caucasians. Or that lower-income families of all ethnicities suffer much greater infant mortality in this country than their wealthier counterparts. The next time you see another story about impoverished North Koreans and their seemingly mad dedication to their deluded leader and outmoded economic system, consider this: The average life expectancy for an African American in New Orleans is roughly the same as that of a North Korean. It’s shorter than that of people in Colombia, Venezuela, of Vietnam. In our nation’s capital, the life expectancy gap between African American and white males is more than 13 years. For poor whites the story isn’ ...
My review of "Red Dawn" which my son Josh insisted I go to...well I saw the first one 20 years ago and thought it was stupid. The second one is just as stupid and now I feel like the stupid one for falling for the same trick twice. Some good action scenes but had the same feeling I had 20 years ago... really... The entire military establishment of the United States simply collapses and disapates into thin air? This time it's the North Koreans, yes the same North Koreans who can't afford to feed their own people or provide electricity to half their country and yet they manage to completely take over the United States without barely a fight? Really? Oh but thankfully we have 7 high school rebels who teach us stupid Americans how to fight back! Oh brother the premise is so far fetched and stupid I couldn't stop looking at my watch. Acting was bad and so was the dialogue. I think it was written by some rebel 17 year olds. Pass on this one.
This is too funny...shared from my cycling buddy, Robert Schmalle: 'So I was thinking of going to a movie this weekend after Thanksgiving and I saw an ad for Red Dawn. I remember seeing the original when it came out at the end of the Cold War in 84; it was a moderately entertaining movie with the U.S.S.R. and the Cubans invading the south western United States. But this is 2012 so who is supposed to be invading us now? Well, after reading some reviews it turns out it is the North Koreans that invade. No, you didn't miss read - it is actually North Korea! And I have to ask, has the intelligence level of movie makers dropped that low? I mean am I supposed to believe that N.K. transported thousands of troops across the pacific, and that it was. . .(wait for it). . . a surprise attack? Come on, North Korea is the country that can't even launch a missile, and has a hereditary dictatorship that has less to do with Karl Marx and more to do with the Marx Brothers. In fact, I think it is fair to say that North Kor ...
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The new Red Dawn... Seriously? The North Koreans are going to invade the United States. I think the Canadians would be a more menacing threat than the North Koreans staging a land invasion of the US west coast.
Only one nation has stepped forward and provided Humanitarian Aid to the US North East ravaged by Hurricane Sandy. Was it Saudia Arabia, where US companies spend billions on crude oil? No. Was it any of the Arab Emirates? No. Was it Kuwait, one of the richest countries in the world that US troops liberated from Sadam Hussein in 1991? Nope. Was it France or any of the other European nations freed from Naziism after the D-Day invasion of WWII? Mais non. Germany? A nation re-unified thanks to the United States successful ending of the Cold War? Nein. Perhaps it was South Korea, a country we have defended from a Communist takeover by the North Koreans for over 60 years? Kim Jung Unh-unh. If you haven't figured it out yet, read on... More Aid for the USA from Israel: New York, NY --- November 4, 2012 ... Israel Flying Aid, the Israeli global humanitarian organization, which was first to land in Haiti following the 2010 earthquake, has been distributing large supplies of gas to hospitals, food, batteries and ge ...
Abby Wambach moved within 17 goals of the United States women’s soccer scoring record held by Tar Heel Mia Hamm ’94, with a first-half goal that proved to be all the Americans needed in a 1-0 win over a physical North Korean team.
Unknown to many, the United States military have suffered a defeat against the Chinese military during the Korean War. The Americans kept pushing the North Koreans back to the North, but they were warned by China not to get too close to Yalu River, a boundary of North Korea and China. 300,000 strong Chinese Army pushed the Americans back to the 38th parallel which is now considered the most dangerous boundary in the world. United States suffered a great loss mlitarily.
British Taunt North Korea To Create Conditions for War, U.S. Blindly Follows April 14th, 2012 • 8:00 AM The apparent massive over-reaction around the world both before North Korea's failed satellite launch, and after, is a deliberate strategy to create the "facts on the ground" that justify a war. Headline after headline, story after story, expert after expert in the West are screaming, "now expect North Korea to try and overcome the embarrassment caused at the rocket breaking into pieces over the Yellow Sea by carrying out a third nuclear test in the near future" (as the London Guardian's variant put it). That is exactly what is desired, because it creates the condition for war. And, if not war, a sensitive pressure point from which to coerce both Russia and China. What the North Koreans did—have a rocket fail in an attempt to put a satellite in orbit—is something that the United States, Russia, China, and the EU have all done numerous times before becoming successful space powers. Moreover, it is ...
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