Tuesday, September 05, 2006

It's always president Bush's fault

You'd think the Republicans would learn. EVERYTHING is W's fault. Him. And him alone. I don't need the Democrats to prove this to me. I instead look abroad.

From the KCNA:
The Bush administration has totally destroyed the foundation for the improvement of the DPRK-US relations, making a pointed accusation against the DPRK by branding the dignified state as part of "the axis of evil" and a "criminal state" ... The tension on teh Korean Peninsula was not created overnight. It has been fostered and elevated through centuries by the U.S. deep-rooted hostile policy towards the DPRK and its sustained moves to launch a war against the latter... Fact vividly show that it is none other than the U.S. which is bringing the danger of a nuclear war while increasing tension and destroying peace on teh Korean Peninsula.

See? Even North Koreans, who are uneducated, starving, and completely cut off from the rest of the world, save for the Pyongyang Times (and KCNA), know how evil the president is. He's responsible for CENTURIES of deep-rooted hostile policy towards the DPRK, despite the fact that the DPRK only has existed for less than 60 years, and the US has not had interest in east asia for more than maybe 150 (if that much). Why can't he just do what the peace-loving North Koreans want? Maybe if he placates them enough, he'll win!

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