These images are the result of several DD's from few months about 'hidden messages' and all seem to be DPRK related. Everyone knows that most of, if not all the official media released by the DPRK is mainly propaganda designed disprove current stereotypes. From fake stores, construction projects, hospitals, farms, gas stations, fat kids...it's all one big sound stage. So if it's reported that DPRK Media is still using camera equipment from the 1970's (which recently happened), they will do whatever it takes to import these 'illegal' goods and prove America is wrong...and guess what they did. The good thing is that I don't think they really understand what 4K resolutions and above can revel... I do think the latest DPRK hostage and a few of Kim's new Generals do too. Here is what I have so far, I'm download all images from 6 official DPRK site tonight and should have more tomorrow. Another note: As per dozen of DD's and video dating back to 2012, the majority of the atrocities happening right now in the DPRK is underground ..and it's all about to end in genocide. Russian and Chinese made (dd 2014) tunneling machines have carved out massive areas, and all of it is about ready to burn...please search my site for additional details. Brian
June 15th, 2017, I'm aware of Otto's return home from the DPRK and although I'm happy he's home, I'm still disgusted by the response from our government. If my dreams are correct and finger and toenail samples confirm Otto was another victim of chemical experiments. (VX), this will be another 'act of war' offense. I was stationed at Campy Stanely in 1995 and from what I have seen since then is that the United States Military needs to put an end to this regime ASAP. I'm not concerned about Kim's war talk, I'm concerned that he does have nuclear weapons and will sell them to anyone with a PayPal or Bitcoin address...this is a fact. Get the people of ROK out of artillery range and bomb the hell out of his guns, which is the only real danger. For those who say Otto should have never visited the DPRK in the first place, I say shame on you! How many things do you do on a daily basis that involve risk? Otto is a hero in my book and if it wasn't for people like him, we would know even less about the region than we do now. DPRK is the largest prison in the world and we still are afraid to do anything about it.
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