Just thought I would give you a taste of North Korean attitude:
Pyongyang, October 25 (KCNA) -- Servicepersons and people of South Phyongan, Jagang and Kangwon Provinces held rallies in their provincial capitals in welcome of the success in a historic nuclear test. Present at the rallies were leading officials of local party and power organs and working people's organizations, men and officers of the Korean People's Army, working people of different strata, youth and students. The speakers said that the launching of a nuclear test was a just resolution to protect the sovereignty of the country, the security of the nation and peace and stability in and around the Korean Peninsula. They warmly congratulated scientists, technicians and workers on demonstrating the might of Songun Korea with the successful nuclear test. The nuclear test was entirely an exercise of the sacred right of a sovereign state as it was an active countermeasure to foil the U.S. imperialists' nuclear threat and stifling moves to pull down the people-centred socialism of Korean-style, they stated. They castigated the U.S. imperialists for finding fault with the DPRK's nuclear test, an exercise of legitimate self-defensive right of a sovereign state, saying it shows their true feature as the wicked harasser of global peace and stability and the sworn enemy of the Korean people. They went on to say: The Korean army and people want peace but are not afraid of war. They will never allow the U.S. and its followers to encroach upon the sovereignty of the country and the right to existence of the nation. Any pressure and threat do not work on the Korean people. The U.S. imperialists and their followers should stop acting rashly, obsessed by a foolish daydream of stifling the DPRK. The Songun revolution of the DPRK is sure to triumph as its army and people have firmly stood in the same trench upholding the Workers' Party of Korea and have built nuclear deterrent for self-defense, the speakers said, calling for speeding up the revolutionary cause of Juche with the might of army-people unity.
If you buy into this crap, don't worry, I'm not going to try to sell you the Brooklyn Bridge. You're too retarded to be trusted with money!
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