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Old 31 October 2017, 11:42
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Nuclear Facility Tunnel Collapse in NKO being reported

Per Fox News-About 200 people are feared dead in North Korea after underground tunnels at a nuclear test site that was feared to be unstable reportedly collapsed, crushing 100 people in the initial cave-in and 100 others when the tunnels again gave way on top of rescuers. | Fox News

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Old 31 October 2017, 11:58
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are feared dead
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Old 31 October 2017, 12:06
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Terrible accident.
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Old 31 October 2017, 12:11
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Old 31 October 2017, 12:17
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Old 31 October 2017, 12:22
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Old 31 October 2017, 12:23
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Old 31 October 2017, 12:25
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This just in:

200 North Korean patriots die defending the homeland from the evil running dog Donald Trump.

In other news, 25 engineers committed suicide to protest the Great Satan USA.
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Old 31 October 2017, 13:18
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As with any totalitarian state, scientists and engineers in NK probably do many things they wouldn't be forced to do in a free society. One of them is safety at work. I mean, if Dear Leader wants to widen the tunnel or skimp on support scaffolding, who the hell are you, peon, to question him? You either do as he says (because Dear Leader has made all the calculations himself and he knows it all will not cave in), or you are faced with lots of pain followed by cruel death. So I think this accident might be just a result of Mr Kim trying to force the geology to do his bidding. 200 human lives? Screw that, what matters is The Bomb!
Might've been a local, small quake too. Who knows, and I bet the NK is already trying to spin the news in a well-known way. They probably won't ask for any international help either. I do wonder whether the last underground nuclear test is responsible for this, having probably caused shifts and cracks in geological formations in the surrounding area. If that's the case, it would be wise for Mr.Kim to evacuate as many of his subterranean installations as possible, as more calamities like this one might be coming his way.

Of course, when laws of physics come calling in and things happen, there's the Evil U.S.A. and their minions to blame.

You know, the propaganda.
We all know it was all a secret plot by the CIA to murder Dear Leader. The ugly yankee jackals failed to realize, however, that Dear Leader would never fall for their cheap tricks. Someone might ask why the Dear Leader allowed 200 (which might in reality be a much higher number) of his own citizens to die. First of all, you Yankee criminal, he did not allow them to die. They died heroically trying to push the ceiling back up, knowing full well how much Dear Leader values what's being made in those caves. Second, he was not there and when he arrived the cruel CIA-sponsored and devised plot has been realized because the traitors among NKoreans fell for cheap Yankee booze (drank without Cola), women and promises of riches. But it failed to be completed, as the CIA wanted entire North Korea to cave in so the inferior races could defile its holy surface by settling in. The Dear Leader shed a tear for the valiant and brave men and women who died there. That tear became pure diamond when it fell down to the ground.

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Old 31 October 2017, 14:03
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If that's the case, it would be wise for Mr.Kim to evacuate as many of his subterranean installations as possible, as more calamities like this one might be coming his way.
Yep, out in the open is the safest place for the Nork leaders.
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Old 31 October 2017, 14:20
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Kim's got probably lots of other subterranean retreats across the country, some probably in places that are much more geologically sound as of now so I don't worry about him finding another hole to hide in - but it's the poor people who work in the areas that could've been affected by the underground test that will pay the price if another cave-in occurs. So yes, I do think he should evacuate them. His idiocy is no reason for innocent people to suffer.
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Old 31 October 2017, 15:02
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Oh what a horrible tragedy, let me go change my facebook picture real quick. #PrayforDPRK
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Old 31 October 2017, 16:21
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Old 31 October 2017, 17:19
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What really sucks is that the 200 or more dead are probably "criminals" against the NK state... I am pretty sure no party members died in that hole.
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Old 31 October 2017, 22:00
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What really sucks is that the 200 or more dead are probably "criminals" against the NK state... I am pretty sure no party members died in that hole.
Depends how far along in the test prep, we might have gotten some of his scientists.
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What really sucks is that the 200 or more dead are probably "criminals" against the NK state... I am pretty sure no party members died in that hole.
Yeah...I won't lose any sleep over this but I have some sympathy for the peons.

When I first heard about the accident, I hoped that it involved actual scientists and such. They have plenty of worker drones.
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Old 1 November 2017, 12:30
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Yep, out in the open is the safest place for the Nork leaders.
Well Paul is right, the Dear Leader would never fall for their "cheap tricks". So they're safe, right?
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Old 1 November 2017, 12:57
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Kim wouldn't fit underground anyway given his body size
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Old 2 November 2017, 14:06
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Depends how far along in the test prep, we might have gotten some of his scientists.
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Depends how far along in the test prep, we might have gotten some of his scientists.
It sure would be nice if it got some of the scientists or engineers but I doubt they would be risked. After all you don't need a physicist or nuclear engineer to work a mine shaft. We can always hope though!
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