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North Korea might now have The Bomb, but it doesn't have much electricity

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... this spectacular satellite photo unveiled yesterday by US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld shows in stark detail the haves and have-nots of the Korean peninsula.

The regime in the north is so short of electricity that the whole country is switched off at 9 p.m. - apart from the capital of Pyongyang ...

The result, as shown in this picture taken one night earlier this week, is a startling contrast between the blacked-out north and the south, which is ablaze with light, particularly around major cities and the capital, Seoul, in the north-west of the country.

Mr Rumsfeld showed the picture to illustrate how backward the northern regime really is - and how oppressed its people are. Without electricity there can be none of the appliances that make life easy and that we take for granted, he said.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/arti...in_page_id=1811


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They ran blackout runs on the base back in germany too... pilots use city lights as guidepoints too.. not just instruments. find that military target now... especially if its mobile.. GPS got nada now.

oh... and I know why he's so ronry now too :P


James & Sara - Aug 12, 05

Humanity... destined to pass the baton shortly.

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It's a study in backwards priorities. Instead of using nuclear technology to generate electricity and improve the lot of the people, the first thing they went for was how to militarize it. Good two-pronged way of making sure you are never invaded though.

1. It would be very painful for the invader.

2. There is nothing worth capturing there.


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