October 17, 2006, - 3:40 pm

Lil’ Kim’s North Korean Art History

Check out this “art,” a poster from North Korea’s National Art Gallery in Pyongyang, as featured in “The Varsity,” the University of Toronto’s student newspaper. We think it might be a hint about Kim Jong-Il’s plans. . . .

You don’t need to read Korean to get the point, but for the slow, the writing translates as follows:

Don’t mess with us. We will wipe the U.S. off the face of the earth!

For all of you liberals and America-haters (redundant?), no, it is not the same thing as “Don’t Mess with Texas.”
Thanks to Canadian reader Greg R. for the tip.

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2 Responses

Look at those KOOKY KOREANS!
Only in an illustration or ANIMATION FLIPBOOK will Korean missiles rain down on the USA.
North Korea forfeits its right to SELF-DETERMINATION the second any aggression is taken against one of its world neighbours~
├źnuff said.

The Canadien on October 17, 2006 at 6:44 pm

Michigan and the Great Lakes seem to be absent from that poster.
Assuming that they’re testing nuclear weapons because they haven’t quite got them working yet, I wonder what the viability of just bombing the tar out of Pyongyang would be – none of that touchy-feely “spreading Democracy” stuff. Just tearing it down so they can’t do damage.
And then you could broadcast propaganda 24 hours a day about how this is the result of their Great Leader’s Great Leadership. Give them H.O.T. music videos and internet cafes (with Starcraft loaded on all the computers, of course) so that they could see what their counterparts to the south have been enjoying. And unlimited supplies of kim chi.
But I guess you’d never get modern Americans to tolerate something like that. We have to give our enemies every opportunity to develop nuclear weapons so that they get a fair fight.

Dan on October 18, 2006 at 12:54 am

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