April 28, 2014

North Korea Calls South’s Pres. A ‘prostitute’ And Barack Obama Her ‘pimp’

US President Barack Obama meets with South Korean President Park Geun-hye in the Oval Office of the White House. Picture: AFP Source: AFP
US President Barack Obama meets with South Korean President Park Geun-hye in the Oval Office of the White House. Picture: AFP Source: AFP

North Korea says it’s ready for a ‘full scale nuclear war’ and called South Korea’s president a ‘crafty prostitute’ with president Obama as her ‘powerful pimp.’ 

The North Korean insults come after President Obama visited  South Korea and its president Park Geun-hye for two days in which both leaders asked that North Korea not proceed with its nuclear program.

The Committee for Peaceful Reunification of Korea CPRK)  said, ‘Park Geun-hye’s recent behavior with Obama was like a mean immature girl begging gangsters to beat up someone she does not like. Or a crafty prostitute eagerly trying to frame someone by giving her body to a powerful pimp.’

The Korean Newws Agency (KCNA) said the official English translation of North Korea’s description of Park was as a ‘capricious whore.’

North Korea called Obama ‘master’ and Park Guen-hye his ‘puppet’ and said that Park would pay a ‘dear price,’ reports The Guardian.

Satellite imagery has shown an increase in activity at North Korea’s nuclear test site and Park warned that Pyongang was ready to execute another atomic test.

Both Obama and Park threatened North Korea with harsher rules and economic sanctions on the already poor country.

They encouraged China to speak against it’s ally’s nuclear threats.

The CPRK called the both Park and Obama’s statements ‘intolerable insults’ against their leadership.

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  1. The nuclear program can be traced back to about 1962, when North
    Korea committed itself to what it called “all-fortressization”, which
    was the beginning of the hyper-militarized North Korea of today.[18] In 1963 North Korea asked the Soviet Union
    for help in developing nuclear weapons, but was refused. However,
    instead the Soviet Union agreed to help North Korea develop a peaceful
    nuclear energy program, including the training of nuclear scientists.
    Later, China, after its nuclear tests, similarly rejected North Korean
    requests for help with developing nuclear weapons.[19]

    Soviet specialists took part in the construction of the Yongbyon Nuclear Scientific Research Center[20] and began construction of an IRT-2000 research reactor in 1963, which became operational in 1965 and was upgraded to 8 MW in 1974.[21] In 1979 North Korea indigenously began to build in Yongbyon a second research reactor, an ore p

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