Why North Korea Wants Respect For Its Magic Mushroom

English: Animated atomic bomb explosion. Polsk...
English: Animated atomic bomb explosion. Polski: Grzybek atomowy. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

North Korea is lead by The Democratic People's Republic of Korea this is how you pronounce it Chosŏn'gŭl and it looks like this 조선민주주의인민공화국. In 1896, Korea was redivided into thirteen provinces, and the two districts were merged to re-form Kangwŏn Province.

Although Wonju rejoined Kangwŏn province, the provincial capital was moved to Chuncheon. In 1945 was divided into Soviet and American zones in the north and south. The Empire of Japan changed back in 1945 after losing the war there land was devided up by American admin and U.S. military forces and the Soviet military forces.

English: A Statue depicting the Reunification ...
English: A Statue depicting the Reunification of Korea, located in Pyongyang, Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

In todays post Saul Bedakker writes from Japan Tokyo about how China is frightened of North Korea and how this effects South Korea. The Republic of Korea (South Korea) a sovereign state in the Korean Peninsula. Korea original title goes back as far as the Goryeo Middle Ages dynasty. Neighbours are China to the west, Japan to the east, North Korea to the north, and the Korea Strait to the south. South Korea is basically mountainous terrain and has a population of almost 50 million.
Passport of North Korea (official)
Passport of North Korea (official) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Kangwon Province Kangweonto is a province of North Korea, with its capital at Wŏnsan. Before the division of Korea in 1945, Kangwŏn Province and its South Korean neighbour Gangwon Province  formed a single province excluding Wŏnsan. Kangwŏn is one of the Eight Provinces of Korea formed during the

North Korea Population pyramid, 2005
North Korea Population pyramid, 2005 (Photo credit: Wikipedia).
Interestingly Saul mentions Israel and suggests a simple message for Bibi Netanyahu in regards to North Korea combined with the things going on there in Israel and what Isreal can learn from the capital of North Korea Pyongyang. The US, Japan, China and anyone else to shove their sanction regime up you know what then tell us what is. What’s further caused the Far East flutter is North Korea’s insistence that the nuclear test is in defiance of Pyongyang  the United States sanctions created a new level of control in the state. The UN Security Council condemned the launch by the North Koreans magic mushroom ballistic missile and do not want to hear or read about a nuclear warhead creating more magic mushroom clouds. The UN in Washington for 2013 have made some interesting resolutions, go over to Stirring Trouble Internationally and find out what they are.

Mushroom shaped kiosk
Mushroom shaped kiosk (Photo credit: harunire) 
Mongolia–North Korea relations are the historic and current bilateral relations between Mongolia and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. The two countries have established diplomatic relations between them on October 15, 1948. Mongolia became the second country to recognise North Korea after the Soviet Union. Although Mongolia did not directly participate in the Korean War, it expressed ideological support for North Korea and supported them with animals to survive and  material to keep the war-orphaned children alive.

Burumbators (mongolian warriors) on the tradit...
Burumbators (mongolian warriors) on the traditional Naadam festival in Mongolia, near Ulan Bator. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
 In 1956, North Korean leader Kim Il-sung visited Mongolia and expressed his appreciation of Mongolia’s support during wartime; Mongolian leader Yumjaagiin Tsedenbal paid a reciprocal visit to Pyongyang later that year. At that time, the two countries signed the Agreement on Economic and Cultural Cooperation and in the following year began to conduct bilateral trade. The two countries signed their first friendship and cooperation treaty in 1986. The White House  and President Obama with spokesman.
Jay checking the want adds for 2013
Jay checking the want adds for 2013 (Photo credit: will21629)
Time magazine and  Russian speaker at Yale thinks provocation will cause difficulties for Pyongyang and will not necessarily help the North Korean people.’

The Magic Mushrooms were originally composed of five students in their freshman years. They named themselves the Magic Mushrooms after Allen Ginsberg suggested the name in 1965. Find out what Jay Carney says about the north Koreans and how desperate it has been for them for a while now he goes as far as saying they are starving where as Kim Jong the leader is slightly over weight.

North Korea hunger

So what about China announced this week that they have to always monitor stuff from Beijing China and have to add it to the sanction list. North Korean and this nuclear test in 2006 created a massive magic mushroom in the sky. Shroom: The Cultural History of the Magic Mushroom is a book by Andy Letcher.

Cover of "Shroom"
Cover of Shroom

The border map of China. Its neighbours are Russia, India and Pakistan – each a nuclear power and each a spoken or unspoken threat. The other border is with North Korea. It is not in China’s interest to have her final neighbour as a developing nuclear weapons once it gets the real magic mushroom business moving. North Korea wants some of that respect the underground monitors report the big bang Magic mushroom from Pyongyang. The magic mushroom is also psilocybin and psilocin and both have psychedelic effects proved to create anxiety and panic attacks, depression and paranoid delusions. The Imperial College of London and Johns Hopkins School of Medicine  said can also be an anti-depressant according to results viewed of various brain scans of people who were tested. Of course today's post has nothing to do with any of this, this post is more about Magic Mushroom warheads, much more difficult to understand or measure. 

Source '  Why North Korea likes Magic Mushrooms... ' Stirring Trouble Internationally

magic mushrooms
magic mushrooms (Photo credit: Leonard John Matthews)