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Address73 Gunnersbury Avenue
Ealing, London W5 4LP
United Kingdom
Phonelocal: (020) 8992.4965
international: +44.20.8992.4965
Faxlocal: (020) 8992.2053
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Tue, 21 Feb 2017 05:57 EST
"Times they are a changing"
Kim Han-sol will combined with many of the top of
the country's officials/Military remove Kim Jong-un
Like his Father Kim Jong-nam he is against the Dictatorship ruling of his country.
Major jon
Thu, 26 Jan 2017 03:09 EST
" His day's are numbered"
There will be a coup within the next 12 months,
Weekly defections of officials, top military members,
outside influence on the people. Goodbye Kim Jong-Un.
Fri, 25 Nov 2016 07:32 EST
Richmal Beck are you for real! The only threat to the people of North Korea comes from it's forced upon them Leader, who keeps them isolated, starving &
fearful for their lives. wastes Billions on arms, threatens the use of Nuclear weapons & is obviously
Richmal Beck
Thu, 24 Nov 2016 13:06 EST
What I wrote on this site still stands

However the only reason I did this was to make people all around the world think a bit more " out of the box" in an intelligent & sensible way
Also to work towards global peace
(I guess it would be work in progress)
Best wishes xxx
Fri, 11 Nov 2016 08:30 EST
Kick your Ass.
Hey little fat ma Kim Jong-Un, Trump will send you a message & kick your Ass.
Wed, 17 Aug 2016 03:15 EDT
Good luck Thae.
Thank goodness, he & family have got out of the clutches of the Wee fat Dictator. good luck Thae Yong Ho London will miss you, enjoy your Tennis & Golf.
Fri, 17 Jun 2016 18:33 EDT
What about it Major Tom?
Is he good enough for your president to talk possibuileties?

Top negotiator India/Pakistan?

Let us know trough Foreign affairs and Common Wealth,allright?

Good luck William.
Richmal Mahala
Thu, 28 Apr 2016 13:59 EDT
A New North Korea
If you look on utube at what life is really like in North Korea & what Kim has actually done for the country he took on very quickly & is still learning & trying to change ways that have been " ground" into citizens for decades, this can not be easy
He has built a lot of recreational places, new state of art hospitals, restaurants, buildings of culture, new very pleasant accommodation for people, updated the underground station system, ect ect
Also a new airport & hotels for tourists so that the country can be opened up to the outside world
All of this is going to take time, no one can possibly do it overnight
But just look at how North & South Vietnam merged perfectly well but gradually & now it is a city of culture, very friendly people, lots of places & things for tourists to do
They also welcome the American veterans back too without any animosity
I know I've been there & it remains a favourite place to go
Look, research, don't believe the Western propaganda & silly cartoon images
Love xxxx
Richmal Beck
Tue, 26 Apr 2016 14:30 EDT
The USA are the worlds greatest war criminals
It makes me laugh when The US think of themselves as " diplomatic" & of course they would NEVER use a nuclear weapon !!!
Erm........... So what about Hiroshima & Nagasaki ???? Not only did they use it once & saw its devastastating effects but they used it twice !!!!!!!!
Killing thousands & thousands of innocent women & children

They are still the biggest " war mongerers" possibly killing off thousands of their own country & blaming it on other countries !!
Sorry but I have done a lot of research on North Korea & they are not like the Western Worlds think they are
Just a small country trying to protect itself, it's ethics & it's culture
Fri, 15 Apr 2016 06:01 EDT
Heads will roll.
Failed missile test, on founders birthday, I bet there will be some heads rolling over this!
It will not affect the country's Birthday celebrations for the ordinary people, as they have nothing to celebrate with, as they are now told to eat roots.

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