The current leader of Korea, Kim-whatever just executed his uncle and ex-mentor, one Jang Song Thaek, on the grounds that,
It is an elementary obligation of a human being to repay trust with sense of obligation and benevolence with loyalty.
When his cunning move proved futile and the decision that Kim Jong Un was elected vice-chairman of the Central Military Commission of the Workers' Party of Korea at the Third Conference of the WPK in reflection of the unanimous will of all party members, service personnel and people was proclaimed, making all participants break into enthusiastic cheers that shook the conference hall, he behaved so arrogantly and insolently as unwillingly standing up from his seat and half-heartedly clapping, touching off towering resentment of our service personnel and people.
This is the guy that made Kim Retarded Fatboy's throne even possible in the first place, as he was serving as the chief administrator of Retarded Fatboy's Father's estate. In light of which, the little rat's move to execute him once securely enthroned makes perfect political sense, but it also clashes with the preamble offered (as does the allegation of drug use and skirt chasing clash with the actual practice of drug use and the actual shooting of starlets by the glorious Retard Father & Retard son team).
But let's forget about that god forsaken shithole and let's move on to meatier potatoes. Such as, the United States.
In the glorious United States, a Mr. John M. Perry lent to the US Government 10`000 dollars in gold, on the understanding that he will be repaid later on 10`000 dollars in gold of the same standard, and meanwhile 4.5% interest each year. All this according to the law and obeying all the proper forms mandated by whatever regulation in force at the time.
A few years later, the USG changed the value of the dollar, to about 60% what it used to be. Mr. Perry shrugged his shoulders, and as per the signed agreement expected to be repaid about 1.69 of the new dollars for each of the old dollars. Because that is the point of making agreements that specify what's to be done in what circumstances : so that when those circumstances occur, what was said is done.
The Government refused to do so, of course, as any government in any time and place is to be expected to do - government being the original gypsy. Agreements signed with a government are good and well when it means the government in question gets to steal something - such as the land of the Indians - but should the shoe find itself on the other foot you may rest assured the same agreements are not worth the paper they're printed on.
Mr Perry sued. The Attorney General proposed a theory whereby previous Congresses may not limit the powers of the currently sitting Congress, and so if they today decide not to repay any debt, or to repay a cent to the dollar, or to require the creditors pay them to discharge debts rather than the other way around as it is customarily done... all the better.
The court ruled :
Plaintiff seeks to make his case solely upon the theory that, by reason of the change in the weight of the dollar he is entitled to $1.69 in the present currency for every dollar promised by the bond, regardless of any actual loss he has suffered with respect to any transaction in which his dollars may be used. We think that position is untenable.
Now explain to me the difference between the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and the Democratic People's Republic of Washington, DC. Can you ?
I tell you I don't see it.