N. Korea's Largest Military Parade

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North Korea celebrated the 60th anniversary of the Korean War truce on Saturday (July 27) with a massive military parade trumpeting the revolutionary genius of three generations of leaders that gave it Victory in the Great Fatherland Liberation War. Leader Kim Jong-un was joined by Chinese Vice President Li Yuanchao on the podium overlooking Pyongyang's main Kim Il Sung square to inspect a massive throng of soldiers in goosestep and a display of weapons including its mid-range missiles. Kim clad in black exchanged words with Li through an interpreter but did not make remarks at the parade, which appeared to be one of the largest ever put on by the North.

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  1. 30097034
    30097034 Jul 31, 2013

    North Korea does not have enough men to send into combat so they highlight their women. If they think we will be reluctant to kill off their female population they are extrodinarily mistaken. I like shooting woman. Did it in Vietnam and will gladly do it again. Killing women is beneficial to lowering the countries population.

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