South Korea, Seoul (The Lies) - Shares involved with an array of inter-Korean cooperation has lead to a dramatic increase in their value in addition to a greater risk of a nuclear attack up on western powers.
This follows the "dismantling" agreement signed between North Korea and the UN over their nuclear weapon development program. It is still unknown whether North Korea will stick by this "promise", with many critics stating that its "just Iran all over again. We give them technology, they give us cheap stuff and in the end attack us with our own bombs."
Most firms involved in this scandalous maneuver are electricity providers sending electricity to the Stalinesque country in return for the dismantlement of their own power sources.
This is predicted to force North Korea into becoming completely dependent on its 'banana' counterpart. A leading South Korean economist has stated that, "This is part one of a grand economic plan to ruin North Korea once and for all. We give them aid then cut it off when they really need it, causing them to hate us, which gives us an excuse to attack them. We've learnt from the best [America] copying their tactics on the Afghan-Russian war as well as their shining example, the Gulf War."
This rise was preceded by the easing of political tensions associated with the totalitarian government, boosting combined productivity and usability of North Korea's scarce resources.
But analysts have cautioned investors not to purchase inter-Korean stocks on the grounds that it may incriminate them as human right abusers. A major deterrent, this advice is predicted to send North Korea back to "the good old days" of war when the hype subsides.
This recommendation as come just to days after "negotiations" with Kim Jong Ill. A platform shoe wearing nancy as stated by David Beckham, he has planned to "des[en]able" and "declare" its nuclear stockpile and "remove/move" it by the end of this year.
A statement released by the North Korean Foreign Ministry stated on Monday that they had removed Pyongyang from its list of terrorist states and had opted to put it on the list of allied states. The Ambassador for North Korea, a tyrannyist, has stated that, "This is a great move for North Korea. The population is finally getting the limited amounts of food, propaganda and weapons they deserve. This is a move in the right direction for the country, for communism."
George W. Bush only had this to say on the recent easing of Korean tensions, "Communism, totalitarianism, democracy it doesn't matter which political system a country is ruled by. So long as the power is in the hands of the rich and stupid its fine by me, look at the way America's structured. Oppress the poor, crush the weak that's democracy for yah'"