China Freezes North Korean Bank Accounts

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  1. KenH

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    Yeah!!

    ' “I understand the Bank of China stopped dealing with North Korea as the US expanded its probe,” said Mr Park. “This is a virtual ban against dealing with North Korea by China, leaving North Korea all the more devastated,” Mr Park said, quoting a former Bush administration official. Washington believes Pyongyang has been counterfeiting Chinese renminbi as well as US dollars, he added. '

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    Thanks, Ken. I went ahead and fixed it in my post, too.
     
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    It's very clear from a multitude of reports that North Korea truly runs an outlaw state. They have been caught counterfeiting cigarettes, Viagra, and currency, including US $100.00 bills as noted in the OP, as well as selling heroin and methamphetamine to generate revenue for the NK state and to make money for their embassies. Counterfeiting currency is an act of economic warfare and using embassies as bases of criminal operations is prohibited by international law.
     
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    But, wait! Isn't Bush the bad guy and Kim the good guy?

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    Pres Clinton should have done this . . . Think of the millions that went to terrorism.
     

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