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Feb 05 2013

North Korean Dreams

While Obama moves on from homosexualizing the military to homosexualizing the Boy Scouts, other enemies of America are busily working to make their evil dreams come real. Here North Korean communists fantasize about blowing up an American city:

Democrats helped North Korea develop its nuclear weapons program. If this dream of mass death doesn’t come true, it won’t be because they stopped it.

On a tip from Wiggins.

25 Responses to “North Korean Dreams”

  1. Skyfall says:

    Step 1: Obama apologizes.

    Step 2: The President and Sec’y Kerry ask the N. Koreans to please not hurt us.

    Step 3: We promise to send them 40 F-16’s.

    Step 4: Obama directs FEMA to re-issue the film “Duck and Cover”.

    Step 5: Very inexpensive (and radioactive) west coast real estate hits the market.

  2. Skyfall says:

    …and don’t forget, it’s not just the N. Koreans dreaming of mass death. Progressivism is a death cult, and humans are “a cancer on the planet”. 50 million or so dead Americans means less “greenhouse gasses” to worry about. Environmentalists would be thrilled.

  3. Jester says:

    The canned “We Are the World” piano piece was a nice touch.

    Yet no one in the Democrat-Media Complex will touch this with a 10 ft. pole… as all of them are too busy running to the bank.

    History repeating itself.

  4. Bob Roberts says:

    The video primarily seems to be about some fantasy of putting a N. Korean space shuttle into orbit but, at about 2:20 or so yes, there does seem to be a bit where they’ve attacked an American city perhaps with some conventional or orbit based weapons followed by a huge flash that may signify a nuclear detonation.

    N. Korean leadership certainly is dismally unaware of what happens to those who attack America.

    If we have any intelligence left in government, they will find out why smarter people here advocate preemptive strikes rather than waiting until we lose a city or two then retaliating. Or, if the Democrats have their way, not retaliating.

  5. Bob Roberts says:

    Speaking of homosexualizing the military…

    German soldiers and their moobs!

    These German soldiers aren’t boobs, so why are they growing them?

    A new military report published in the German Medical Science journal and obtained by the German Herald finds that dozens of soldiers in the Wachbataillon unit have developed the condition…

  6. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    Interesting choice of music

  7. Conan says:

    If they nuke SF or LA, I’ll cheer em on.

  8. Bob Roberts says:

    And the whole Boy Scout thing is just an attack on that organization because of the fact they’re inseparable from Christianity.

    First, there are already lawsuits against the boy scouts based on homosexual scout leaders who have already molested young scouts.

    And there are also lawsuits related to the ban on homosexual scout leaders/participants based on the fallout from those lawsuits.

    As with the Catholic Church, this is about destroying an institution by infiltrating it with gays then wreaking havoc all ways possible.

    I don’t condone or forgive the Catholic Church for believing in the experts who said, correctly, that homosexuality was a serious mental illness and, incorrectly, that it was curable.

  9. Bob Roberts says:

    Conan says: February 5, 2013 at 8:24 pm

    If they nuke SF or LA, I’ll cheer em on.

    Not if they use a conventional nuke, but perhaps a neutron bomb, and if possible one that selectively affects perverts and moonbats would be optimum.

    Seriously, as much as I’d like them gone, that’s not the way.

  10. johnnosk says:

    I wonder if Activision has anything to say about the copyright from the COD game that Nth Korea ripped off?

  11. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    Actually, the Catholics big mistake was to allow their universities and adjoining monasteries to be infested by liberalism

  12. dan says:

    The Catholic Church and the rest of the world
    is controlled by the Black Pope :

  13. John Knoefler says:

    This video bears all the marks of Kim Jong-un. He is very fond of video games and had his own play station.

    According to school sources, his father got fed up paying for an education that he thought was going nowhere. But there may have been another reason – his son’s taboo love affair with American culture.
    The North Korean Embassy in Berne sent back reports on his son’s friendships and influences to his father and intelligence chiefs back in North Korea.
    Joao said: ‘We spent nearly every afternoon with each other. He often invited me back to eat. He had a private chef who cooked whatever he wanted.
    ‘Much of it wasn’t to my taste. Lots of chicken in strange sweet-and-sour sauces. He didn’t live at the embassy but in a flat in a nice residential area near the school.’
    He in fact lived in a large flat at No 10 Kirchstrasse, a sedate suburban street with two pizza cafes, a bank and a Co-Op supermarket.

    He added: ‘He was surrounded by the best gadgets that the rest of us kids couldn’t afford – TVs, video recorder, a Sony PlayStation. He had a cook, a driver, a private teacher.

    Lying in state: The body of Kim Jong Il is currently laid in the Kumsusan Memorial Palace in Pyongyang

    Mourning: Kim Jong Un pictured paying his respects to his father earlier this week
    ‘But, curiously, I never saw his room. We were mostly in the communal living room. We watched a lot of kung-fu films – especially Jackie Chan movies. He loved them. He had everything which we never saw coming close to our own cinema.
    ‘After school we met at the basketball court and threw a few baskets, with both of us pretending to be Michael Jordan. We were all envious of his genuine NBA basketball, which must have cost more than £100.
    ‘We spoke about girls and about our grand plans. At weekends there were parties and a lot of under-age drinking. But I never once saw a drop of alcohol pass his lips and he wasn’t interested in girls.
    ‘He only spoke about his life in the ‘homeland’ rarely. But I knew he had a certain homesickness. On his stereo he only played North Korean songs. Western music didn’t do it for him.

    Assembly: Kim Jong Il (front second right) appears with his son Kim Jong Un in black suit (front second left) at a military unit in 2010

    Happy families: Kim Jong Il (left) and Kim Jong Un (right) visit Mokran Video Company in Pyongyang in 2010
    ‘Most of all he listened to the North Korean national anthem, which we must have heard 1,000 times together. I only knew him in his alibi mode until one Sunday afternoon, shortly before he left for North Korea in 2000.’
    ‘He pulled out a photo of him alongside his father and said ‘I am not the ambassador’s son. I am the son of the North Korean President.’
    One member of staff at the school, identifying himself only as Joerg, said: ‘We had these after-school discussion groups. I remember I was outside the school having a smoke when this black, armoured Mercedes with smoked glass pulled up.
    ‘Out stepped ‘Un Pak’. He was surrounded by these dwarf ninjas. They scanned the street and then led him up the path.
    ‘That night we talked about the responsibilities of democracy – you know, the right to vote, the right to a common voice, the importance of speaking out.
    ‘He never joined in. He looked down at his shoes all the time and fidgeted, never seemed easy. He was dipping into a bag from Loeb – that’s the fanciest delicatessen in Berne, the kind of place where you can spend 100 euros on a couple of salads.
    ‘And at that moment I thought of George Orwell’s novel Animal Farm where, truly, some are more equal than others.’

  14. Jimbo says:

    I think the average N Korean dreams more about a nice fat juicy dog for the table than anything else.

  15. Ummah Gummah says:


    Rumor has it SK rapper Psy wants the rights to use this for his next video.


  16. Profiler says:

    Kim Chong Un, the leader of North Korea has released an official statement regarding today’s rocket launch:

    “Herro and good day to all peeper of my rubbery country. It is I, the grand and perpect reader. Today, we make a very good happy time with a locket, it was so much a very good. Ip you risten to rest of the werd they gonna say you we pail, but I say you we no pail. We made happy time with big brow up rocket barr. I am supleme reader and I no make a mistake for anysing. I rub my country and so I make a happy time brow up rocket barr. I no likey US, I no likey anybody, they so scared me. I am scary, I am pat and happy. Now I am hungry, I go now. Rub you. And US and UN — puck you rong time! You too Hans Britz!”

  17. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    And thus we get to the heart of what makes collectivism “tick”
    The subjects of NK are absolutely not permitted to dream anything outside what dear leader dreams.
    And his dreams become their hellish reality

    This is what makes this gun debate at some level so (for lack of a better word)interesting
    Anybody with two brain cells to rub together understands Obama does not dream of a gun free America, rather he dreams of an America where HE controls all the guns.
    Kim Jong Un works 24/7 building the largest gun possible (a nuke)for the very same reason, as leverage for more power while his (unarmed) subjects languish and die.
    Yet the left is unable or unwilling to learn from the many examples of collectivism’s failures of today.
    That the Castro’s are personally incompetent at ordering enough toilet paper for Cuba.
    And how the Hugo Chavez food distribution system from his dreams
    Does not quite live up to it’s reality
    Which of course can be completely fixed merely with a little cash transfer from an already broke
    “state owned” oil(according to Huffpo moonbats)

  18. Bob says:

    Did Canon help pay for this? Nice placement of their camera.

  19. More Kool-Aid Now says:

    The Norks won’t do anything but hold hands and sing kumbaya at the Chicago Jesus shrine. The world loves the mulatto messiah and trembles in fear of his fierce warlord ways!

  20. Son of Taz says:

    In 1983, the Hollyweird people concocted a movie aimed squarely at Ronald Reagan. It was called “The Day After” and it depicted a nuclear attack on Lawrence Kansas. Here’s a brief part of it. The entire movie can be found on Youtube.

    Reagan was thought to be the President that would get us into a nuclear war with the Soviets. Indeed, the Sovs were very worried that’s what Reagan was planning. The wonderful folks in Tinseltown were only too happy to exploit the fears by making this movie, which was shown on network (ABC) television. Interestingly, all the sponsors except Ford bailed out, believing it would be far too controversial.

    We are probably closer to a serious world war now than at any time in the last 50 years, since the Cuban missile crises in 1963. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if there were a few right thinking independent film makers who could produce a similar film, showing who the real bad guys are in today’s world and get that on Youtube and on cable?

    Film making technology is far less expensive now and distribution is cheap too. Anyone out there accept the challenge? Let’s use the media against the brown bastard in the White House and make him look like the ass he is to the parasites he loves so much.

  21. Flu-Bird says:

    A mushroom cloud rising over the capital of NORTH KOREA while their leaders are vaporized

  22. Cameraman says:

    These Pie-Faced Norks are really Dreaming..only we will be Their Night Mare !

  23. czuch says:

    He’s too weak to get to the park before they cut the grass and he has nothing to eat,,,,,,,,,,,,,again.
    BTW, that music was composed by Dear Leader Kim while deeply thinking about wether to have the crab or lobster.

  24. whotothewhat says:

    Not that these half starved idiots could but, if the North Koreans want to nuke DC I am sure there won’t be much of a outcry, least not from me.

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