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Sat Dec 23, 2017, 05:52 PM

Pyongyang International Airport is named for their leader

A couple days ago I was in a small discussion about an Australian sovereign citizen. Someone mentioned that it would probably be pretty cheap for him to buy a one-way ticket to North Korea - the grand destination all logical citizens want sovereigns to go to.

So I thought, "how much WOULD it cost to buy a ticket from Sydney to Pyongyang?" and started looking.

Every airport in the world has an International Air Transport Association airport code. Now, this is no shit: The IATA airport code for Pyongyang Sunan International Airport is FNJ.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyongyang_International_Airport

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Voltaire2 Dec 2017 #1

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Sat Dec 23, 2017, 06:09 PM

1. He's a brutal thug but it is a mistake to think he is nuts.

The North Korean government is acting with rational deliberation in building a nuclear force. Its goal is to immunize the government from the sort of assaults that eradicated the governments of Iraq and Libya and nearly Syria. They will continue to demonstrate their nuclear capabilities until they have tossed a significant nuclear payload over a significant distance, at which point the dance will be over and we and other governments will concede that they have joined the club.

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