Not every day Australia is threatened with a nuclear strike

Here is what the NORK Foreign Ministry spokesman said. While checking headlines at KCNAWATCH I was drawn to this news of the heroic efforts of a mining team at the Komdok Pb, Zn, Ag mine. Perhaps these sort of prizes could help bring back our mining boom. This comparison of North & South Korea sets out some parameters measuring how colossal the NORK failure has been since 1970 measured against booming South Korea. Allowing that SK has twice the population – the NORKs GDP is only about a 40th of the south per capita. A truly stunning performance for the little hereditary Stalinist nuke & missile making hermit kingdom.

2 thoughts on “Not every day Australia is threatened with a nuclear strike”

  1. Agree Warwick that the message to the heroic mining team is more interesting and perhaps more credible than the NORK’s threat to nuke Julie Bishop unless she “thinks twice…about the consequences to be entailed by her reckless tongue-lashing before flattering the U.S.”.

    In fact maybe Mal could use it as a template for speeches when next he is in mining areas. Instead of his usual “reckless tonguelashings” he could inspire the troops with such uplifing orations as:

    “You, as befits heroic workers of the Kumgol Mine who grew up enjoying the great trust and affection of the great Comrades Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il, waged a brave, vigorous campaign for increased production to attain the goal of ore output ahead of schedule on the occasions of the meaningful Day of the Shining Star, Day of the Sun and anniversary of General Kim Jong Il’s on-site guidance, in answer to the militant appeal of the Party to all the people to launch a general offensive with the aim of setting up a milestone in building a socialist economic giant in this year that is of key importance in carrying out the five-year strategy for national economic development.”

    Actually, come to think of it, this sounds eerily familiar…maybe Mal’s been taking tips from these people already!

  2. If the heroic workers grew up enjoying the trust and affection of Kim Il Sung, they must be a mob of jolly old codgers by now.

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