I Don’t Know Whether to Laugh or Cry
By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor
Jim Dean says; “You just can’t make stuff like this up.” He was wrong as the video below proves. I thought the Bush administration was a pack of jokers.
Veterans Today is generally against unnecessary war. As all war is unnecessary and a total racket, a blanket statement I make with NO fear whatsoever that anyone of intelligence or competence could survive a debate with me on the subject, consider this “policy.”
Watch Larry, Moe and Curly join the Marx Brothers in “North Korean Follies.”
However, North Korea has just put out a Youtube video that makes me reconsider. I fought in Vietnam, a useless and stupid war, alongside Korean Marines during the late 1960s. (Blue Dragon Rgt.)
I will avoid describing the experience but suffice it to say that the US paid dearly for the Koreans that came to Vietnam, who were treated like royalty while our own Marines were starved and worked to death. But, enough of this, and on to the video. How do I describe this? It reminds me of security discussions a few years ago with Ghana when they acquired a supply of useless Chinese armor. I told them that this prepared them in the eventuality that Rommel showed up at their border.
North Korea is even funnier. I can’t genuinely say North Korea is bad. After all, American newspapers say they are bad which likely means they are good.
At least the video doesn’t show off any of the Israeli supplied nuclear weapons they drag out every few years.
The rest of the tech used in the video, tanks small children could destroy, troop maneuvers that remind me of donut eating NYPD attacking “Occupy” demonstrators while stuffing “bankster” cash in their pockets…
I am wondering if the purpose of the video is to get the US to start supplying North Korea with better weapons?
My mother used to have a tank like one of those in the video. I made her get a better one.
One of my friends tells me that every soldier shown here was carefully genetically engineered with an IQ of 220.
Or was that 22?
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