Thursday, April 19, 2012

But not in the south

The people in the south are warmly hailing with national pride and honor the "appearance of extraordinary young leader" as the "rebirth of President Kim Il Sung", the father of the nation and great sage. Even at this hour an unprecedented jubilee which started in this land and is spreading to various parts of the world is turning into mankind's events replete with "worship for Kim Jong Un" and "trust in Kim Jong Un". It is only traitor Lee Myung Bak and his group that are committing such extreme provocations as chilling the festive atmosphere of fellow countrymen and daring hurt the dignity of the supreme leadership of the DPRK.
If I had to live in a totalitarian state, I would try to get a job writing propaganda like this, from the KOREAN CENTRAL NEWS AGENCY of DPRK.

 Meanwhile, in Maidstone, there be chemtrails:
The spraying begins early and by late morning the sky has been completely Geoengineered. By 11:00 the sun had been blocked.
Astonishing to think that there really are people who are so totally hatstand. Music by Portishead.



Anonymous said...

Ah, then you haven't heard about Kim Jong-Ils tendency to wear slinky orange negligees while poledancing to K-Pop versions of "I don't know what to do with myself' in skanky Pyongyang transvestite bars, then?

Craig Y

Peter in Dundee said...

It's not the chemtrails you can see you have to worry about you know. It's the invisible ones left by the invisible drones. The ones I have to wear this foil beanie to screen out that you have to beware of. And afraid, very afraid.