The Dear Reader: DPRK Observations & Musings

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Viva Italia!

When it comes to dispelling the overwhelming circumstantial evidence surrounding the March 26th sinking of the South Korean battleship Cheonan, North Korea will take any help it can get.

Per a November 12th KCNA release, the latest slice of “conspiriazza” comes courtesy of an Italian chapter of the Group for the Study of the Juche Idea. Based in the hilltop town of Fermo, which overlooks the Adriatic Sea (and apparently includes among its sister cities the Chinese burgh of Weihei), the end result of some November 5th analysis there in tandem with the Italian branch of the Korean Friendship Association has resulted in basically one giant “scuzzi.”

Blares KCNA:

The first installment of a statement released by the inspection group of the NDC of the DPRK disclosing the truth behind the “Cheonan” case clarified before the whole world that the DPRK had nothing to do with it and it was a conspiratorial farce and charade orchestrated by the U.S. and the south Korean authorities…

All the members of the said group and the branch fully support the first installment of the statement released by the inspection group of the NDC of the DPRK. We will build up public opinion for probing the truth behind the case of “Cheonan” warship fabricated by the U.S. and the south Korean authorities and conduct positive activities in support of the DPRK.


Although this Fermo-flanking of North Korea remains questionable, I would venture to guess that the latest and prior meetings held in support of Juche there (town square pictured above) are among the liveliest of all DPRK sympathizer gatherings. As long as no one suggests a bottle of 2008 Chongjin red to go along with mamma’s Marinara.

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