Skip to comments.North Korea warns citizens to prepare for famine
Posted on 03/29/2016 10:27:06 AM PDT by Salgak
North Korea instructed the country Monday to brace itself for possible famine and severe economic hardship but not to despair, because the road to revolution is long and arduous, according to an editorial in the state-run newspaper.
The article, published in Rodong Sinmun the print mouthpiece of the North Korean government comes less than a month after the U.N. Security Council voted in favor of slapping the Hermit Kingdom with tougher sanctions, after the country teased its potential nuclear and military capabilities earlier this year. The editorial stated that hardships to come might evoke another arduous march the term assigned to the famine that struck the country in the mid-1990s, killing as many as 3 million people, reports the Telegraph, a British newspaper.
We may have to go on an arduous march, during which we will have to chew the roots of plants once again, the editorial piece read.
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Kind of like telling Floridians to prepare for warm weather.
In a world of plenty.
All except fat boy dear leader of course.
well the fat man leader ain’t going without you can bet on that
We can nuke people but we can’t feed them.
Its progress. All previous times, they didn’t get a warning.
“Some of you May Die, But it’s a Sacrifice I am Willing to Make”
[North Korea warns citizens to prepare for famine]
Have those people known anything else? The Commies have had them starving since the Korean War.
Chewing the roots of plants...ah, the good old days.
Those days when there were enough roots for all!
Now it’s just bark, bark, bark!
Or as Hillary! would say, “Arf, Arf, ARF!”.
“We have to consume less energy, Luka-yu. Turn down the thermostat.”
“What’s a thermostat?”
“It what controls the heater.”
“What’s a heater?”
I wonder what the NK man-on-the-street thinks about their Dear Reader?........................
Those poor souls.
Or Eskimos to prepare for snow.
That’s one thing all of socialism has in common....the leadership always eats.
The sanctions don't do anything but starve the ordinary peasants in that country, and they're never going to revolt no matter how hungry they get.
Perhaps they need to resurrect Euell Gibbons.
perhaps the best way to deal with the North Korean enemy is to just let them starve to death
It costs us nothing
It’s when the army starts starving that things get real interesting.
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