The Great Leader condemns James Franco and Seth Rogen
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[quote]A North Korean spokesperson said, “[this] shows the desperation of the US government and American society.” He’s referring to James Franco and Seth Rogen’s new movie, [I]The Interview[/I]. He added: A film about the assassination of a foreign leader mirrors what the US has done in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and Ukraine. And let us not forget who killed [President John F.] Kennedy – Americans.”
The basic premise of [I]The Interview[/I] is that Franco and Rogen attempt to assassinate North Korea’s dear leader, Kim Jong Un. (Although, wouldn’t Americans feel offended if say, Iraq made a movie about assassinating our president?)
The North Koreans didn’t take too kindly to this “insult” and so, Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un condemned Franco and Rogen for making this movie.
Rogen Tweeted about the condemnation, and was light-hearted about the situation.[/quote]
North Korea, come out with something better or shut the fuck up.
That's not a petty retort either, that's a goddamn challenge. I want to see North Korea try and top Hollywood.
[QUOTE=JumpinJackFlash;45188992]North Korea, come out with something better or shut the fuck up.
That's not a petty retort either, that's a goddamn challenge. I want to see North Korea try and top Hollywood.[/QUOTE]
Can't wait to see this movie.
[B]North Korea threatens to 'punish' Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop over Kim Jong-un comments[/B]
[quote]North Korea has threatened to "punish" Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop over comments to US media about Kim Jong-un.
In an interview with radio station Voice Of America last week, Ms Bishop criticised Mr Kim and his pursuit of nuclear weapons.
"Nuclear tests and missile launches needlessly risk accidents or reprisal," she said.
"It is a fact that no country [can] improve its economy or security by threatening its neighbours and by impoverishing its own people.
"[Kim Jong-un] can hardly claim the legitimacy as a leader when his regime continues to defy international expectations."
North Korea's KCNA news agency said the country's foreign ministry was angered that Ms Bishop "dared hurt the dignity of the leadership of the DRPK".
"She is not entitled to call for legitimacy, as she is no more than a stooge carrying out the US hostile policy toward the DPRK, and echoing others' sophism without her own foreign policy and view," it said.
"The DPRK will never pardon but resolutely punish anyone who dares slander the dignity of its supreme leadership."
It did not say what punishment would entail. [/quote]
Seems ol' Kimmy is condemning quite a few people today.
I want to be condemned too!
I'm sure Rogen and Franco are surprised that North Korea is even aware of the movie.
[B][I]Kim Jong Un has condemned You![/I][/B]
[QUOTE]And let us not forget who killed [President John F.] Kennedy – Americans.[/QUOTE]
There are so many fucking things wrong with this argument there isn't even a place to start.
[QUOTE=Fapplejack;45189526]There are so many fucking things wrong with this argument there isn't even a place to start.[/QUOTE]
The Great Leader isn't known for thinking through most of what he says. Good luck with getting him to see that.
[quote]what the US has done in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and Ukraine.[/quote]
What? In the last two cases, 'what the US has done' was basically nothing, and I'm pretty sure they weren't assassinating political leaders.
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