meanwhile in north korea

2017 Debate At The Parliament - Excerpt

The Parliamental Debate of this year’s election was held yesterday with the participation of S. Dadwin, S. Kimura, E. Motoori and S. Kaiba. In case you’ve missed it on the telly, here are some of the more important developments. 

Our first question is for Mr. Dadwin. Mr. Dadwin, you’ve proposed a sharp increase in the budget of the Ministry of Defense for the next five years. Why is that?

Dadwin: Mick, the state of international relations is absolutely abhorrent. Abhorrent! China is increasing its influence in the South China Sea, destabilizing the region  and Japan is debating whether to amend its constitution to be able to go to war. Meanwhile, Kim Jong the Second is shooting rockets out of North Korea like it’s a new sport! Now, I’m not saying we should get involved in whatever mess these guys are making, but we cannot allow Domino to have the weakest army, either! What if Kim Jong 2 shoots us in the ass next? That guy is insane!

Opinions on this? 

Kimura: I agree! North Korea possesses weapons that could cause the complete destruction of our fauna! We have to save the animals from the decisions of the power hungry!

Motoori: I say we let Kim drop those nukes. We’re heading towards our own destruction, anyways. 

Kaiba: We are not in conflict with neither China, Japan or the late Kim Jong Il, Dadwin. Don’t be so hasty to make deals with weapon manufacturing companies because of a perceived threat. I would like to remind everybody of my late adopted father’s business and the damage it has caused worldwide. 


this is the creepiest thing I’ve ever seen

REPUBLIC OF KOREA, IMJINGAK : North Korean-born Kang Myeong-wook ® bows with his granddaughter towards the North Korean border at the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) at Imjingak, Paju, in South Korea’s Gyeonggi Province on January 31, 2014. Many South Korean families with members originating from the North visit the DMZ during the Lunar New Year holiday to send symbolic offerings to relatives thought to still be there. Meanwhile South Korea called on North Korea to honour its promise to hold a reunion of families from the two countries, separated for decades, after days of silence by Pyongyang. AFP PHOTO / Ed Jones

anonymous asked:

Aw yes and Capitalism makes your country ugly and probably you either

yes wow look how ugly my country is, dammit capitalism…

Meanwhile, in North Korea…

I heard the weather is nice in China. Oh wait.

yeah communism sure looks great doesn’t it

SO, THAT HAPPENED: This week, President Barack Obama announced that the United States would make an effort to normalize relations with Cuba, ending a decades-long policy of distance that had been surprisingly effective in doing nothing in particular. We’ll talk about the new plan, and the people who are hopping mad about it. Meanwhile, a Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy has been canceled, because North Korea apparently now dictates what movies we watch in our spare time? How did something so simple get so out of hand? And finally, we’re taking a look back at 2014 – a great year for garbage monsters. What are our least-favorite things about the past year? Well, this is going to take a while.

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