Fake Missiles Further Dent N Korea Image
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  • R McDonnell

    “…weak, scared, and insecure when it faces outsiders, but a tyrant and a bully at home. It’s a dangerous combination.”

    Oh, VM was writing about North Korea. For a moment I had been thinking of another government. One which is a little closer to home.

  • jim

    The missile props aren’t for outsider consumption. It doesn’t matter what ‘we’ think of them. Fakes or not.

    Like the show trials of the Stalin purges, the message is obvious to the intended, captive, audience.

    The paper of the tiger cuts fatally the dissenters of that regime.

  • Dent implies that there is some part of NK’s image left to dent. In the demolition derby of nations NK and probably Zimbabwe vie for last place.

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