Interesting North Korean Propaganda film about Western Propaganda.

Interesting North Korean Propaganda film about Western Propaganda.
  1. skuderjaymes
    @Raptor.. ok.. there it is. Same as the $1 Trillion dollars in Lithium found in Afghanistan.
    Oct 21, 2013
    No doubt. I too find their argument to be quite strong. And to your point not much is known about north korea. I do know this: north korea have a valueable resource called tungsten: a metal with a wide range of uses, are wear-resistant materials used by the metalworking, mining, petroleum and construction industries. Tungsten is widely used in light bulb and vacuum tube filaments, as well as electrodes, because it can be drawn into very thin wire with a high melting point.

    Its high melting point makes tungsten suitable for ...aerospace and high temperature uses... which include electrical, heating, and welding applications. Ideal for making heavy metal alloys that are used in armament, heat sinks, and high density applications, such as weights, counterweights, ballast keels for yachts and tail ballast for commercial aircraft. They have the world’s second-largest magnesite reserves, and 6th largest in tungsten deposits Sizeable deposits of coal, iron ore, gold, zinc, copper, limestone, molybdenum, and graphite.

    With those resources, it may shine some light on why the u.s. has made such a boogyman of north korea.
    Oct 21, 2013
  3. skuderjaymes
    @Raptor, yeah.. i think propaganda about propaganda is interesting.. It's also interesting the role that our history and treatment play in their condemnation of the west. All in all, I find the North Korea propaganda against the west more compelling than they west's propaganda concerning North Korea. All we really know about them is that they are supposedly evil and have nuclear capability.
    Oct 21, 2013
    ...As for the video, however one is made to feel about north korea and its use of propanda, I find some truth in what they are propagating, for propaganda is neither good or bad yet can be used for good or bad. Acquire the capicty, to discern the good from the bad is usually the challenge. Their use of proganda is no more worse than the u.s. use of it when trying to give a certain kind of depiction/image of another people or nation.

    Korean "Progaganda" used to talk about "Western Proganda". How'bout that.

    ...Skuderjaymbes, good stuff.
    Oct 20, 2013
  5. Apollyon
    Every schooled person knows that Communism is invented by the Jew Karl Marx. Therefore the term "Marxism" which is a synonyme for "Communism". But what the education systems never tell you is that the Jews created the Communist Party of Mao Tse Tung and led the Communist Chinese Revolution behind the scenes. Mao Tse Tung was trained by the Jewish leaders of the Masonic Lodge. In other words, the Jews created Communist China, and Mao Tse Tung was nothing but a stupid Mongol puppet of the Jewish Communists. But then again, I will explain you more about this subject later in another thread.
    Oct 20, 2013
  6. skuderjaymes
    peace Apollyon.

    neither the word, "jewish" or "communist" evoke any summarized reaction from me.. so I'll be needing more unraveled references to really get what you're trying to say..
    Oct 19, 2013
  7. Apollyon
    Interesting, I saw this one a few months ago. But the problem, however, is that it is viewed from a COMMUNIST perspective... Sadly North Korea is taken over by Jewish Communists too. Only Jews have free entrance in North Korea. That's not a surprice because Communism is purely a Jewish invention, and North Korea's Communist big brother, China, is a Jewish haven, and has been since ancient times. Although it's hard to find material directly linking Jews to the control of North Korea, unlike how we can with China, by simply reading between the lines and using your common sense, it's safe to accurately assume that by association, Jews have always had the Communist satellite equipped on their tool belt of world hegemony.

    I will tell you more about Jewish Communist China later in another thread.
    Oct 18, 2013