North Korea Wants To Nuke America. Also Has Cool Schwag, Yo!

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    Mar 08, 2013 10:38 PM GMT
    http://www.cafepress.com/kfashop

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    You'd TOTES wear it.
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    Mar 09, 2013 1:05 PM GMT
    Totalitarian art has a unique aesthetic, but is this online shop really the best place to purchase Workers' Party of Korea propaganda?
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    Mar 09, 2013 1:57 PM GMT
    Fortis saidTotalitarian art has a unique aesthetic, but is this online shop really the best place to purchase Workers' Party of Korea propaganda?

    Buying it online is just a little bit easier than traveling to North Korea to purchase.
  • roadbikeRob

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    Mar 09, 2013 3:38 PM GMT
    Probably the US should seriously consider nuking North Korea if the whacko in Pyongyang keeps up his vicious threats against us.
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    Mar 09, 2013 3:43 PM GMT
    roadbikeRob saidProbably the US should seriously consider nuking North Korea if the whacko in Pyongyang keeps up his vicious threats against us.


    your way of thinking is exactly how genocides start.....smh...
  • CuriousJockAZ

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    Mar 09, 2013 3:48 PM GMT
    roadbikeRob saidProbably the US should seriously consider nuking North Korea if the whacko in Pyongyang keeps up his vicious threats against us.



    I kind of doubt that the USA would make the mistake of using a Nuclear Bomb again against another country. I hope no country does that to another ever again. It would probably mean the beginning of the end for this planet if that happens.
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    Mar 10, 2013 6:20 PM GMT
    mplsmike said
    Fortis saidTotalitarian art has a unique aesthetic, but is this online shop really the best place to purchase Workers' Party of Korea propaganda?

    Buying it online is just a little bit easier than traveling to North Korea to purchase.


    Is it the online store of the Korean Friendship Association, and thus North Korea itself!

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    I just hope that I would remain true to the Juche idea in buying this totalitarian kitsch and filling my whole house with it. icon_lol.gif
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    Mar 10, 2013 6:39 PM GMT
    Fortis said
    mplsmike said
    Fortis saidTotalitarian art has a unique aesthetic, but is this online shop really the best place to purchase Workers' Party of Korea propaganda?

    Buying it online is just a little bit easier than traveling to North Korea to purchase.


    Is it the online store of the Korean Friendship Association, and thus North Korea itself!

    kim-jong-il-propaganda-posters-12-sunris

    I just hope that I would remain true to the Juche idea in buying this totalitarian kitsch and filling my whole house with it. icon_lol.gif


    I hope that man is burning in Hell.
    He reportedly spent $600,000 a year on French brandy for his personal consumption, along with his personal entourage. If he wanted mangoes for breakfast, he would send someone on a plane to Malaysia the night before, to get them fresh. Meanwhile, tens of thousands of people in his country were eating tree bark because of the mass starvation.
    I sure hope the Devil is roasting his fat ass.
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    Mar 10, 2013 7:15 PM GMT
    I like the Chollima design the best.

    How about this for a pair of curtains?

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    This looks reasonably on-trend:

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    Mar 10, 2013 7:23 PM GMT
    Positioning Star Wars Laser and Hubble for inhalation
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    Mar 10, 2013 7:44 PM GMT
    GWriter said

    I hope that man is burning in Hell.

    He reportedly spent $600,000 a year on French brandy for his personal consumption, along with his personal entourage. If he wanted mangoes for breakfast, he would send someone on a plane to Malaysia the night before, to get them fresh. Meanwhile, tens of thousands of people in his country were eating tree bark because of the mass starvation.

    I sure hope the Devil is roasting his fat ass.


    There are some really interesting documentaries about Nicolae Ceausescu which reveal that he modelled himself and his regime's progaganda after the Kims, copying the personality cult, the deification and the mass public performances, total media control, displays of fake food and harvests, children singing hymns to praise the Ceausescus...

    If you dislike reds, here, for you, is some political snuff pornography:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJ6q1a6aDbA


    Ceausescu went so far as to ban yoga. icon_neutral.gif

    I think that there will be a way for the DPRK to integrate its economy with the South, and I understand that there are some free-market enterprises being permitted now. In China, there was a shift from state-owned enterprises to distributive co-operativisation, which can integrate much more comfortably into a capitalist economy, whilst remaining national.

    In the UK we have partnerships and co-operatives in the retail sector, and in the recession, they fared much better than many public limited companies.
  • GWriter

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    Mar 10, 2013 8:04 PM GMT
    Fortis said
    GWriter said

    I hope that man is burning in Hell.

    He reportedly spent $600,000 a year on French brandy for his personal consumption, along with his personal entourage. If he wanted mangoes for breakfast, he would send someone on a plane to Malaysia the night before, to get them fresh. Meanwhile, tens of thousands of people in his country were eating tree bark because of the mass starvation.

    I sure hope the Devil is roasting his fat ass.


    There are some really interesting documentaries about Nicolae Ceausescu which reveal that he modelled himself and his regime's progaganda after the Kims, copying the personality cult, the deification and the mass public performances, total media control, displays of fake food and harvests, children singing hymns to praise the Ceausescus...

    If you dislike reds, here, for you, is some political snuff pornography:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJ6q1a6aDbA


    Ceausescu even went so far as to ban yoga. icon_neutral.gif

    I think that there will be a way for the DPRK to integrate its economy with the South, and I understand that there are some free-market enterprises being permitted now. In China, there was a shift from state-owned enterprises to distributive co-operativisation, which can integrate much more comfortably into a capitalist economy, whilst remaining national.

    In the UK we have partnerships and co-operatives in the retail sector and they fared much better than many public limited companies.


    Interesting points. Unlike Romania, though, North Korea is now in the third generation of it's totalitarian monarchy. I fear the consequences are far more severe than you suggest. But we can always hope!

    EDIT: Some human rights organizations say that there are 200,000 [!!!] people in the concentration camps - i.e. "total control zones." Many imprisoned because they were caught up in the "three generation" rule -- where every accused enemy of the state has three generations of relatives imprisoned. Not sure Ceausescu ever rivaled that!