Username for the blog is 'korea' as I just found out. Try logging in here:I like how:
- The forum page references jQuery from an imperialist Google server.
- The forum is completely one-way, it's not a forum, it's a (WordPress) blog with comments turned off, how hilariously fitting for a North Korean site.
- The site was built with Adobe Dreamweaver. Lawl.
- The forum slash blog has ads on it for medicine and handbags that they've tried to hide (incompetently) by giving it a height of 1px. The guy who made this was probably threatened with death if couldn't get rid of those ads.
- The domain expires in August 2011, it would be hilarious if you could hijack it.
http://www.whois.net/whois/korea-dpr.comIs there a certain day that it expires? I will camp for it.
The <strong> tag is basically the new tag for bold. Why there are so many nested (which has no additive effect) is the confusing/funny part.I don't get it.
Can a North Korean citizen use the internet to visit this web site?
admin said:This webpage is for non-DPRK citizens and is published outside the DPRK targeted for the international audience.
There is no direct access to the internet in DPRK.
THE IMPERIALIST YANKEES KNEEL DOWN
The Imperialist Yankees finally were forced to kneel down in front of the Korean people and the invincible Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
The Great Leader President Kim II Sung said:
'The Korean people achieved the heroic victory in the three years fighting against the armed invaders, the Imperialist Yankees, to defend the freedom and independence of the Motherland. The North-American imperialist aggressors suffered an humiliating defeat in their military adventure when they tried to convert our Motherland in their colony and maize the Korean people to become slaves for them'
The 27th of July of 1953, the Great War for the Liberation of the Motherland (Korean War) finished with the historic victory of the Korean people.
Within the left of Irish republicanism there is also a strange enthusiasm for separatists from different spanish and italian provinces.I find it odd that the DPRK site has a link for Spanish (espanol) and one for Galicia (not working). Galicia is a province of Spain. they speak a dialect of spanish. kinda like a mix of portugues and spanish however it's sort of a dying language and in use only in galicia. are the North Koreans secretly backing an independent Galicia? or just a case of engrish + lack of proper atlas
thats cuz they want to turn them into outposts due to be inside west europe and nato territoryHow do you know?
You're being pointlessly picky here, I've heard Galicia mentioned quite a few times in republican talks, although granted it receives less lip service that catalonia and the basque country.