North Korea “All hopes for peace dashed” and more: links 1 on May 21

1, Parents’ anger as ‘Three Girls’ paedophiles return to Rochdale and are back on the streets where they groomed their victims after being freed from prison

The paedophile gang exposed by the Three Girls TV drama have been released from prison and are roaming the same streets where they preyed on their young victims, it has been revealed.

Parents in Rochdale, Manchester, were horrified to discover that all but two of the evil perverts were freed early after completing only a portion of their sentences.

It has sparked a furious backlash with an angry mob of locals confronting one of the men just hours after an episode of the harrowing drama aired on BBC1.

(This documentary seems to be floating around out there. For those that know how to do it or are able to watch it any way at all, please do so and write a review in the comments. Yes. This site has homework)

2. North Korea missile passes re-entry test in breakthrough for nuclear programme

(How long till that second carrier group gets to the Korean Peninsula?)

The ballistic missile launched by North Korea on May 14 successfully re-entered the Earth’s atmosphere, according to analysts, a significant breakthrough for Pyongyang’s missile programme.

Defence officials in South Korea and the US have confirmed that the launch of the liquid- fuel Hwasong-12 was a success.

North Korea claimed that the weapon reached an altitude of 2,111.5 km (1,312 miles) and travelled a distance of 489 miles before breaching Japan’s Air Defence Identification Zone and splashing down in the Sea of Japan.

3. Exclusive: North Korea’s Unit 180, The Cyber Warfare Cell That Worries The West

By Ju-min Park and James Pearson

SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korea’s main spy agency has a special cell called Unit 180 that is likely to have launched some of its most daring and successful cyber attacks, according to defectors, officials and internet security experts.

North Korea has been blamed in recent years for a series of online attacks, mostly on financial networks, in the United States, South Korea and over a dozen other countries.

Cyber security researchers have also said they have found technical evidence that could link North Korea with the global WannaCry “ransomware” cyber attack that infected more than 300,000 computers in 150 countries this month. Pyongyang has called the allegation “ridiculous”.

(As I understand it, the CIA and Microsoft is at least partially responsible)

4. North Korea Tests Another Missile; Seoul Says Dashes Hopes For Peace

May 21, 2017

By Ju-min Park

SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korea fired a ballistic missile into waters off its east coast on Sunday, its second missile test in a week, which South Korea said dashed the hopes of the South’s new liberal government for peace between the neighbors.

A South Korean military official said the missile appeared to be an upgraded, extended-range version of the North’s solid-fuel submarine-launched missile. The missile fired a week ago flew was liquid-fueled, and flew further.

North Korea has defied all calls to rein in its nuclear and missile programs, even from China, its lone major ally, saying the weapons are needed for legitimate self-defense.

(What does it mean exactly that SORK says it dashes all hopes for peace?)

5. Don’t watch this video near a meal please. Migrant women pimp out own children.

Thank you M., Wrath of Khan, Xanthippa, Richard, Yucki, EB Charles and so many more who faithfully send in important bits of evidence of the nature of the changes taking place in formerly free nations.

Below, an interesting clip from a period film showing the Polish fighting the invading Muslim armies and wiping the floors with them. By the end, we learn that one traitor from within is far worse than a determined enemy at the gates. Anyone who thinks this clip has merit, please show it to anyone you know who voted for Trudeau in case its not too late when the next election rolls around.




About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

4 Replies to “North Korea “All hopes for peace dashed” and more: links 1 on May 21”

  1. 2 – It shouldn’t be too long before The Gipper is in striking range.

    Something has to be done, and rather quickly, it takes time to get military assets in place so the soonest something could happen is one to two weeks from now. Russia and China aren’t going to do diddly squat about Crazy Fat Boy Kim, it is up to the US and we have to act before he uses his nukes on someone.

  2. 5 – I don’t care what the sentences are they are too light there is nothing that can be done to those women that is harsh enough.

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