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Sweden honours Kim Jong Il!

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posted on Mar, 1 2006 @ 08:45 AM
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According to Korean Central News Agency, Sweden has today celebrated
Kim Jong Il's birthday!




The chairman of the Misr Arab Socialist Party of Egypt said at round-table talks held in Cairo that the Korean people under the wise leadership of Kim Jong Il have firmly defended the sovereignty and dignity of the country and socialism from the U.S. imperialists' moves to isolate and stifle the DPRK.
Congratulatory messages to Kim Jong Il were adopted at meetings held in Russia and Nepal and at a lecture in Sweden.


KCNA

I have no further personal comments... ...I am almost speechless...




posted on Mar, 1 2006 @ 08:55 AM
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I guess not everyone hates me after all

I'm not ronery anymore yay



posted on Mar, 1 2006 @ 10:33 AM
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Originally posted by firmbeliever
I guess not everyone hates me after all

I'm not ronery anymore yay

I bet you really hate that Hans Brix!!



Congratulatory messages to Kim Jong Il were adopted at meetings held in Russia and Nepal and at a lecture in Sweden.

Doesn't sound like there was mass parties in Sweden and a day off work for everyone. I suspect the lecture may have been at the North Korean embassy.

You don't hear much about North Korea at the mo, they must be well pissed off with Iran for grabbing all the limelight. I suppose that's what comes from actually having nuclear weapons instead of just attempting to build them



posted on Mar, 1 2006 @ 10:38 AM
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On Topic: Who cares, they can do what they wish, say what they wish ect. ect. I wonder if they would have pulled such a thing with a SK or US diplomatic presence in the audience. And the "Wise Leadership" statement just made me laugh.

Off Topic: It makes more sense to go after a country which we can still prevent from having nuclear weapons, than it does one who already has them. We cant change history but the future we can.



posted on Mar, 2 2006 @ 02:24 PM
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YAY KIM JONG IL DAY EVERYONE STARVE IN HIS HONOR!!!!Seriously I don't see how anyone could honor that lunatic but eh if people really want to.



posted on Mar, 3 2006 @ 02:11 AM
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Congratulatory messages to Kim Jong Il were adopted at meetings held in Russia and Nepal and at a lecture in Sweden.

Yeah, ummm ... that really sounds like the whole of Sweden officially congratulated Kim Jong Il on his birthday
... or maybe it was just some nutty professor(s) at a lecture in Sweden? Nah, couldn't be ...


But anyway, I wouldn't be too surprised, Sweden aswell as many other Western European countries, is highly socialist, with social democrats. And what does social democracy actually stand for, what is the goal of that ideology?

social democracy

n : the belief in a gradual transition from capitalism to socialism by democratic means


So basicly the same as communism, except instead of a violent revolution, they use gradual democratic reform, conditioning, manipulation and deception. So why not praise their heroes?



posted on Mar, 3 2006 @ 02:47 AM
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Of course it's BS. The people in the capital still believe that every major country in the world has sent them a congratulatory brick to place in a big wall of BS.

At the most some lecturer in Sweden talked about him. Hold the press.


But anyway, I wouldn't be too surprised, Sweden aswell as many other Western European countries, is highly socialist, with social democrats. And what does social democracy actually stand for, what is the goal of that ideology?



Equally total BS.

But anyway, if we're playing that game where do you suppose Sweden is in the UN human development index? The most comprehensive calculation of the quality of life of nations?

That naughty Socialist country Norway is at the top.

Damn them Both and their peaceful non aggressive ways, those nasty um, peaceful, um, prosperous, err... peaceful... peaceniks.

Sorry, I forgot to mention the UN is run by Frenchies/Limeys/Russkies/Communists/Trade Unionists/Terrorists/ Or Whoever the US is currently blaming for its ills.


The rest of the world stands astounded, waiting with baited breath for the latest revelation. Really.



en.wikipedia.org...

Full ( but big): hdr.undp.org...







[edit on 3-3-2006 by kegs]



posted on Mar, 3 2006 @ 03:41 PM
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Originally posted by kegs
But anyway, if we're playing that game where do you suppose Sweden is in the UN human development index? The most comprehensive calculation of the quality of life of nations?

That naughty Socialist country Norway is at the top.

Damn them Both and their peaceful non aggressive ways, those nasty um, peaceful, um, prosperous, err... peaceful... peaceniks.

Sorry, I forgot to mention the UN is run by Frenchies/Limeys/Russkies/Communists/Trade Unionists/Terrorists/ Or Whoever the US is currently blaming for its ills.

Sweden is partly socialist, there's no denying that. I live in Finland, Swedens next-door neighbour, my country is also partly socialist. None of these countries are oppressive though, not yet at least



posted on Mar, 5 2006 @ 09:18 PM
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Despite his absolute totalitarian, terror reign authority over the people, on a whole I see North Korea under his leadership to be an effective conterweight, such as Cuba, China, Russia, to the American globalisation and domination.



posted on Mar, 6 2006 @ 07:56 AM
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Originally posted by EarthUnificationFrontier
Despite his absolute totalitarian, terror reign authority over the people, on a whole I see North Korea under his leadership to be an effective conterweight, such as Cuba, China, Russia, to the American globalisation and domination.


Strong statement!


Although, I believe I see your point of perspective, I must disgress to the word 'leadership'. Yes, he is the dictator and demagog, that direct that sealed off 'colony', aka North Korea. In that sense he is a leader, but he is surely not being, a democratic leader. I believe, idealistically, that a 'globalization' and a 'domination' should be done in a way to adhere to human-rights equality.
So far, neither of these countries has followed this guideline 'correctly'. The USA has been the 'best' choice to follow, so far. Still, the USA is not perfect either. They have, often enough, had a serious problem in understanding that social-democracy does NOT automatically equal communism.
Every governing system we know so far basically suck, mainly due to corruption, but also in the lack of 'fluidity' in the existing systems. Our leaders tend to stick to one policy/ideology, without reasoning too other systems functionalities. I am looking for the balance in a political system. In everything known to man, there is a need of balance. In a country w/o any right-wing organizations, the country will end up like the DPRK. Any country without any left-wing organizations will end up like USA. Imho, neither of these countries (administrations/governments!) are liked by me anymore.
Russia is in a very interesting state. From being a 'China', they have turned on their heels to try to become westernized. The question is only, Do 'they' do it out of human-rights, or is it hard cold cash that drives them? My imagination drives me to believe it is VERY easy to become filthy rich, yet still very hard, to get filthy rich. -because of the lack of proper laws. No national rules? Go ahead and break international laws to get stinking rich within your own country. How? Gun-running, drug-running, slavery etc. That is what happens in Russia, and almost all the other post-soviet countries. And I believe that is the main difference between Russia and USA, as of today. Putin just doesn't have the same control on his productions, as they did in the old Sovietunion, and as they do in China and North Korea today. I am not surprised if Russia one day will become a right-winged country. It will only take time to control the low-level corruption that survived the communist era (-impossible task?). Even China has realized, that it is easier to gain more wealth in a 'softer' country, than a communistic one. -As long as You only control the lawmaking!


[edit on 6-3-2006 by Ulvetann]



posted on Mar, 6 2006 @ 12:30 PM
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Please note:

and at a lecture in Sweden.

Sweden, as in the government of sweden, didn't, apparently, do anything.



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