North Korean Film Festival Launches with Great Fervor
Film lovers of every nation rejoice today in the wake of an announcement by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea that a ten-day film festival has commenced in Pyongyang as of August 18th Juche 99 in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Kim Jong Il’s inception of the Songun revolutionary leadership with great fervor. The Korean Central News Agency provides further details:
To be screened in this period are documentaries “The Fatherly Leader with Anti-Japanese Revolutionary Fighters”, “Great Succession”, “Under the Guidance of the Great Brilliant Commander” (series) and others.
Unfortunately, the workers and people of those nations currently occupied by the loud-mouthed “Pacific state” of the United States and its puppet regimes in Seoul and Tokyo, altogether comprising a triangular military alliance with the clear intention of aggression against the workers and people of the DPRK, are unlikely to see these films due to the censorship policies of the criminal Obama Regime that have manifested most recently in the arrest and imprisonment of Dr. Laura who is reportedly being held in a labor camp located somewhere in southern California, an incident which has prompted howls of indignation from the commuters and workers of Real America as well as scholarly Constitutional analysis from opposition leader Sarah Palin on Twitter with great fervor.
Analysts to whom I have spoken this afternoon agree that, if the DPRK were to release these films on such a medium as YouTube, the result would be to inspire the people and workers of the United States to overthrow the criminal and uppity regime of Barack Hussein Obama who has foolishly sought to keep the people closed to the teachings of Juche by way of the false religion of Islam and his plans to build a reactionary Mega Mosque on top of 9/11. To this end I have reached out to the DPRK through representatives of the Korean Central News Agency in an effort to arrange for the dissemination of these films as soon as may be possible in a gesture of friendship and respect in the months leading up to Juche 100 with great fervor. And as a gift to Kim Jong Il I have also sent to the Korean people a link to the 2003 film The Room which details how the banking industry’s theft of a worker’s idea set off a chain of events that eventually end in his death. I will provide updates upon hearing from representatives of the North Korean press. Those who wish to assist in compelling the release of these films are advised to send e-mails to the Korean Central News Agency at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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