Monday, July 24, 2006

Great Leader And Dear Leader Two Caring Leaders

Great Leader Eternal President Kim Il Sung, and Dear Leader Comrade Generalissimo Kim Jong Il are the two caring leaders anxious to always provide the formerly downtrodden Korean people with richer and happier lives.

To the uniformed and brainwashed capitalist audience this clip, from the Korean movie "Always Working Together For The People", shatters the crazy insane demented false untrue misconstrued conceptions of Kim Jong Il as a "dictator" since it shows that Dear Leader is not a dictator, but a democratic leader always working hard to improve the conditions of the people.

Please do not believe in US imperialist anti-DPRK propaganda, but look at the facts.

17 comments:

juchegirl said...

Banner of Songun! You join our effort to overthrow the tiny foolish Kim Jong Il with defender of the red flag, conflarasian and I? I have seen how between frames of the video you have show where the rockets are made.

You are so clever to use this technology?

How was your visit to Japan? Did you get to Tokyo Disneyland like you said you would? Are you going to put the video up on You Tube as well? If you do, let me know because I have some more military secrets and spy information to post there. You can put it between frames for our spy friends in rich, strong and happy South Korea.

Mal Renyolds said...

You do relize that this isn't even close to credible because it is just a propaganda film. After all, Kim only lives to improve and maintain his own power. He dosen't give a damn about the peoples living conditions.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

My favorite part of the movie is where the narrator says of Kim Jong Il, "we should learn from this love for the people and his spirit for serving them," while Kim Il Sung imitates firing a machine gun. It's "comic gold", and even they seem to get a good laugh out of it!

Loyal Comrade said...

Oh Dear Leader, how it gladdens my heart to see you again. If only my only surviving daughter could see you, she would learn the glory of your visage.

Alas, the grass and bark harvest was poor this year and the malnutrition has dimmed her eyesight. If my son had survived this last winter I am sure he too would have been willing and strong enough to serve you, Dear Leader, as a doorstop (sadly, his weight would have been too slight to be effective as a chair warmer).

Long live the Dear Leader. May his rotundness portend the future prosperity of all Korea.

juchegirl said...

Oh wise visitors, your strong clear comments raise my spirits.

You are so wise to see the true purpose of these blogs. We must be very careful though to be sure that Iran does not discover that the DPRK really works with their worst enemy. hero of mt. paektu and I, along with defender of the red flag, assure you that weapons we make for Iran have secret failures made in them. If Iran uses them, they will all go wrong.

Blessed we are for the free technology of the west that allows us to spy against Kim Jong Il using blogs.

Anonymous said...

According to the BBC, fully 1% of the DPRK population is imprisoned. Most are located in Gulag-style concentration camps, where prisoners are tortured and beaten regularly, often for the amusement of the guards*. There are mutiple independent reports that seem to corroborate the story that the DPRK conducts Mengele-style experiments on these prisoners, especially relating to chemical weaponry.



* One might ask, "how could a human being freely inflict pain upon another human being?" The answer is that, when you believe that someone is the cause of all of your beloved country's suffering and is thus your sworn enemy, you will gladly inflict pain on him. The word "enemy" can inspire anyone to commit the worst imaginable human atrocities. Kim Jong Il and his father have succeesfully coerced their own people to maim and kill one another in the name of revolution.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous,

Totally right ....

http://www.hrnk.org/hiddengulag/toc.html

Hero of Mt. Paektu said...

There are no prison camps in DPRK. All humankind love and revere Dear Leader. Dear Leader opened several spa's that provide mental hygiene to the ill in DPRK. Dear Leader is leader of unimaginable brilliance and insight.

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Taegukgi said...

Hero of Mt. Paektu, I bet you have never seen North Korea. You know, I did. How?

Its called a binocular. I put a coin in and it lets me look at poor North Koreans picking grass to eat.

You no, there are prison camps in North Korea.
How?

Just as there are many North Koreans eager to escape, there are dissidents in North Korea. So, where do they go? Prison camps and Concentrations. I know you, you will be filled with denial with this comment. Don't worry, denial is the first step. =P

Hero of Mt. Paektu said...

In DPRK people are well fed and happy. Maybe you were smoking grass like a decadent western pig dog counter revolutionary lacky. People try to move to DPRK every day. Dear Leader in a feat of insurmountable wisdom hired several South "fake" Koreans to portray eating grass to keep all South "Fake" Koreans from rushing into workers paradise of DPRK. This also keeps weeds down along fence.

Hero of Mt. Paektu said...

Maybe George Bush stole your eyeballs and eardrums. I feel very sad for you.

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NK Observer said...

Hero of Mt. Paektu:

Why would the Dear Leader not want South Koreans to join the "Worker's Paradise"? Isn't reunification the central desire of Kim Jong Il? Clearly, what you're describing contradicts North Korean propaganda.

At this point, I realize SongunBlog must be joking! Your english is better than that of the North Korean English teacher in your "North Koreans know of the Internet" video!!!!

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Taegukgi said...

Hero of Mt Paektu, your propoganda like nk observer said, is very contradictory. Have you ever watched the Arirang performance? My friend did when he went there. He told me that Kim Jung Il and Kim Il Sung wanted to reunify both sides of Korea. You know, I'm South Korean. I'm also in opposition to bush.

So, have you ever been to Gaeseong? I did and you know what, North Koreans are happy to work there because they are employed by South Korean companies. North Korea can't even compare to that. Maybe Kim Jung Il stole your eye balls and ear drums, because obviously you didn't know that.