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North Korea marks founding day with parade, diplomatic exchanges

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Got many letter.s to read..

support its full-scale invasion of Ukraine

What full scale invasion of Ukraine? Referring to the special operation?

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Extra rations for the common people today?

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What full scale invasion of Ukraine? Referring to the special operation?

Oh you know the one. The one that’s cost tens of thousand of Russian lives and made them the laughingstock of the world? That “Special Operation”

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Kim is expected to travel to Russia this month to meet Putin to discuss weapons

fun times for all

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Big pompous bash to stoke the ego of a flattop fat turd. Get those toadies out there to cheer for ya, Kimmy. Clappy-clappy-clappy your hands until they're raw, you Commie cultist freaks. Bow down to the Great Leader.

Man, is this repulsive or what? I'm gonna hurl. Here it comes!

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Russian President Vladimir Putin also sent a letter to Kim

I wonder whether the letter included a reminder that it was the Soviet Union's Stalin that chose Kim's ancestors to run North Korea, setting up the cult of personality.

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Saving lives and the resources of the Planet are major concerns at everyone's doorsteps. Humankind is thirsting for peace. Planet Earth is in need of tender care.

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They could probably build a hospital or two for the amount of money and resources they put into these parades congratulating themselves and praising Kim.

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shogun36Today  01:30 pm JST

Kim is expected to travel to Russia this month to meet Putin to discuss weapons

fun times for all

This could just as easily be '*Biden** is expected to travel to Britain this month to meet Sunak to discuss weapons'. ***Just saying.**

North Korea supplements its already large military with various paramilitary, reserve, and security groups such as the army-affiliated Worker-Peasant Red Guards (WPRG).

Things must be bad if it's acceptable to be called a peasant in the 21st century.

But, anyway, condolences to the people.

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Meanwhile the average N. Korean citizen is on the verge of starvation and many have given up hope. They tell the BBC that they’re just waiting to die.

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North Koreans do not speak to the BBC or any other media.

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