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作者: 新大陆人   三胖放炮,原是有普矮子暗助。 2017-12-05 13:37:29  [点击:560]
三胖放炮,原是有普矮子暗助。

经2个月消停后,三炮突然放炮,号称能打米帝本土的火星15导弹。
大多以为黄俄习包子暗助的,实际却是,黄俄习包子在川大汗的高
压下已要抽身留走,这也合习包子吃软彭大妈软饭上位的虚胖样,
彭大妈只能暗叹无男儿也。给三胖壮胆的实是白俄普矮子。
黄俄习包子减少供油,白俄普矮子接手供油。
在川大汗高压下,黄俄习包子会续少供油,最终停供。
白俄普矮子则续供油,且维持三胖政权稳定,以此恶心黄俄与米帝。
斜利亚阿萨德原本就要死了,但白俄普矮子出手力助,不但阿萨德
先稳定局面,继而反攻打掉IS,最后让阿萨德政权活下来。
从阿萨德到三胖政权变动可看出,白俄仍是米帝的主敌,而黄俄
仍只是打酱油角色。

DW德国之声
Asia
Russia 'increasing oil exports' to North Korea

At a time when the United States is calling for more restrictions on fuel
exports to North Korea, Russia may be attempting to avoid the total collapse
of the regime in Pyongyang. Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.


The price of diesel oil and gasoline in North Korea has dropped sharply in the last month, according to reports from within the isolated republic, with Russia apparently stepping up supplies in spite of international efforts to isolate the regime of Kim Jong Un and force Pyongyang to abandon its development of nuclear weapons and long-range ballistic missiles.

According to "citizen journalists" who report on events inside North Korea for the Osaka-based Asia Press International (API) news agency, fuel prices began to fall in November after several months of fluctuations.

Reports put the price of one kilogram of diesel oil at US$0.82 (0.7 euros) now, down 60 percent from early November, while gasoline is being sold for around $2 (1.68 euros) per one kilogram, down 25 percent.

The sharp declines come despite increasingly stiff sanctions imposed on Pyongyang, including measures designed specifically to limit the amount of fuel that North Korea can obtain. Resolution 2375, adopted by the United Nations Security Council shortly after the North's sixth underground nuclear test on September 3, singled out fuel supplies for sanctions, and the US government has since stepped up its calls for China to halt the flow of oil over the border.

Oil over the border

One of API's correspondents claims, however, that "massive amounts" of fuel are coming into the border province of Yanggang from Russia.

"It is difficult to know exactly how much fuel is getting into North Korea, but it does appear that Russia has recently been supplying Pyongyang with fuel," said James Brown, an associate professor of international relations and an expert on Russia-North Korean trade at the Tokyo campus of Temple University.

"It appears that Russia, in particular, but also China, are losing patience with the US," he told DW. "They feel that they have done their part in putting new pressure on North Korea but that Washington should be doing more."

While Beijing and Moscow supported sanctions in the autumn, North Korea went for more than two months without launching any missiles, Brown points out. Yet Washington made it clear that it was going ahead with joint US-South Korea air exercises, which began in South Korean air space on Monday.

When the US confirmed that the largest ever joint air exercises - 230 aircraft practicing attacks on North Korea's nuclear facilities and missiles bases - would proceed as planned, Pyongyang resumed missile launches.

The intercontinental ballistic missile launched on November 29 is understood to have a range of around 13,000 km, putting anywhere in the US within range.

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