14 March, 2009

...but for real entertainment, there's always the DPRK

I challenge anyone to make sense of this:

After the Lee Myung Bak "government" came into being, democracy has been ruthlessly stifled and the people's primary right to existence mercilessly violated in south Korea, the statement pointed out, saying: Having totally denied the historic June 15 joint declaration, the Lee regime is getting hell-bent on the DPRK-targeted war exercises in collusion with foreign forces while pushing the inter-Korean relations to the worst crisis.
…uhm, what?

What is a "government", and how does it differ from an unquoted government?

The "people's primary right to existence mercilessly violated"? in little-s south Korea? whose right to existence has been violated there lately? …as opposed to, say, north Korea?

And the DPRK is, in "collusion" with foreign forces, targeting war exercises? With which foreign forces is DPRK colluding?

Nothing like a little Marxism to spice up a drab evening. Does any of this make sense anywhere outside either Pyongyang or Che Cafe?!?
In our country Comrade Kim Jong Il has been giving wise leadership to all the work of the Party, state and army; the problem of ensuring continuity of leadership has thus been brilliantly solved. …Because Comrade Kim Jong Il carries forward our revolutionary cause splendidly, everything in our country is going successfully at present and will proceed with success in the future as well. The era of Kim Jong Il is glorious today and will be more prosperous and resplendent in the future. Our revolution has a really great future.
Really great! to the max!

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