the perils of mocking totalitarianships

As Hollywood prepares for tonight’s premiere of a comedy  film poking fun at the bizarre other world that is North Korea, two defectors have spoken out to remind us that the human rights abuses going on there are really no laughing matter.

Springtime for Kim Un and People’s Republic…

Speaking to the Daily Telegraph, a defector and former officer of North Korea’s special forces described how he abandoned Kim Jong-un’s regime after watching chemical and biological weapons tests on disabled children and adults.

Winter for… uh…

Yeah.  That’s probably going to put a bummer as you laugh at the… hm.

“Complete Collection of Kim Jong Il’s Works” Vol. 9 was brought out by the Workers’ Party of Korea Publishing House. It is a library of the Juche idea and the Songun idea which deals with his works in a chronological order.
It contains 111 works published by leader Kim Jong Il from July, Juche 54 (1965) to May, Juche 56 (1967).
In the works including “On Establishing the Party’s Monolithic Ideological System in the Field of Literature and Arts” he underscored the need to ensure literary and art works depicting President Kim Il Sung at the highest level.

Or sleep at the…

What’s the balance on these things?  Charlie Chaplin as Hitler.  But then remember… beyond that funny mustache, he was an evil evil man.

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