Saturday, February 03, 2007

Dear Leader Comrade Generalissimo Kim Jong Il Is The Shining Sun And The Hope Of All Humankind Video Marathon

Dear Leader Comrade Generalissimo Kim Jong Il is the immortal Sun of Juche.

The Leader is the most gifted leader in the world.

Born on Mt. Paektu the Sacred Mountain Kim Jong Il is full of the mountain spirit and the qualities inherited from his father the Great Leader President Kim Il Sung.

Gifted with a superior intellect and a willpower to bring everlasting glory to Korea, Dear Leader Kim Jong Il achieved the great feats in his university days and working at the Headquarters of the Workers' Party of Korea taking the affairs as President Kim Il Sung intended.

Whenever the criminal US imperialists resorted to high-handedness with Korea, the Supreme Commander flawlessly put them to shame, smashing their moves.

Blessed is the Korean nation to have such a heroic and gifted leader!

MANSE!

4 comments:

D. A. Shaw said...

"Whenever the criminal US imperialists resorted to high-handedness with Korea, the Supreme Commander flawlessly put them to shame, smashing their moves"

When was this?

wwh86 said...

i am god 2nd coming of christ. suck my dick kim jong il. on 2nd thought...i rather not have u touch my little brother...might as well wank off myself.

Banner Of Songun said...

"Whenever the criminal US imperialists resorted to high-handedness with Korea, the Supreme Commander flawlessly put them to shame, smashing their moves"

When was this?


Capture of the criminal USS Pueblo for starters.

Dr. Fallon said...

Read more at:
http://rujournalism.blogspot.com/2007/02/sleight-of-mind.html

Sleight of Mind
I started noticing something was wrong with television almost immediately after I got into it. I started at NBC in June of 1982. Two years later, the Communications Act of 1984 had changed everything. Pushed through by the Reagan administration under FCC Chairman Mark Fowler (who said TV was in no more need of regulation than any other household appliance, because TV was just "a toaster with pictures"), this began the era of media deregulation. And the rest, as they say, is history.

Images become more important than words and ideas. Images sell air time. Ratings begin to matter. Extremely visual stories trump "boring" stories that might, however, actually affect us. And even when TV is covering newsworthy stories, the coverage is brief and lacks context, and the entire experience seems incoherent.

Today, news has become entertainment, entertainment has become news, and the viewer has become ignorant of the world around him.

Read more at:
http://rujournalism.blogspot.com/2007/02/sleight-of-mind.html