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Posted November 23, 2004 by Dana Garrett in Castro's Cuba

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AFP

North Korea’s top military officer Kim Yong-Chun is heading a delegation that began an official visit to communist-led Cuba on Monday, according to an official statement.

Vice Marshal Kim, chief of the general staff of the Korean People’s Army, and his delegation will visit the Revolutionary Armed Forces Ministry headed by President Fidel Castro’s younger brother, Raul Castro, according to the statement released in state-run newspapers.

The North Korean delegation will also visit Cuban military units on the Caribbean island.

The statement was short on details, saying only that the “distinguished visitors” will be in Cuba until Saturday and that they have a “wide program of activities.”

  1. Follow up post #1 added on November 23, 2004 by Chuck

    Thus it can be seen that there is indeed an axis of evil.


  2. Follow up post #2 added on November 23, 2004 by Dana Garrett with 252 total posts

    I believe that it shows that embargoed nations are compelled to deal w/ other embargoed nations whether they like it or not. 


  3. Follow up post #3 added on November 23, 2004 by Jesus Perez

    Chuck, Evil is a matter of interpretation, invading a country that poses no immediate threat to us and killing 100,000 of its people, so far, could be perceived as evil.


  4. Follow up post #4 added on November 23, 2004 by Michael

    Let them meet..Misery loves company ....


  5. Follow up post #5 added on November 23, 2004 by Michael

    Let them meet..Misery loves company…


  6. Follow up post #6 added on November 25, 2004 by waldo

    And imagine the many nuclear weapons that they could possibly bring and give Cstro? Perhaps as many as the USA has given Israel?


  7. Follow up post #7 added on November 25, 2004 by waldo

    Or perhaps only two bombs equalling the ones at Hiroshima and Nagasaki (of course these two explotions were not whatsoever acts of terror oe evil since they were drop by democracy and freedom). Yeah!!!


  8. Follow up post #8 added on November 25, 2004 by chuck

    Waldo, more people died due to conventional bombing in Tokyo and Dresden than due to the A-bombs at Hiroshima and Nagasaki.  Also during the Rape of Nanking by the Japanese Imperial Army.  More Japanese would have died had Operation Olympic, the planned Allied invasion of the Japanese home islands, been necessary.  Some historical perspective, please.


  9. Follow up post #9 added on November 25, 2004 by waldo

    Plus: Vietnam, Panama, Grenada, Lebanon, Libia, Haiti, Domonican Republic, Bosnia, Iraq, The Balkans, Colombia, Fillipines, ect.


  10. Follow up post #10 added on November 26, 2004 by Ziona with 40 total posts

    Evil shall take the wrath from the Greatest and Most powerful Democratic and Free Evil that ever existed. Those that do not listen, change and obey the mandates and orders from Washington shall see. Our Superior Republican President has the mandate of his voting machines as well as that from God with whom he, and only he sometimes communicates. The world better listen or else.


  11. Follow up post #11 added on November 29, 2004 by ali marcus

    Dear sir,
        How are you today hope things are well with you.infact I
    happened to come across your e-mail contact at the global business
    directory and I deem it necessary to reach you and to know if you
    could be of assistant and advice to me in business.if you are willing
    and interested kindly contact me for more details.
    Thank you and bye for now.
    ali marcus


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