Did we forget that India, Pakistan and Israel have more nuclear ordnance than NK'll ever be able to threaten the world with. But still the concerted media campaign goes on:
TEAM AMERICA MOVIE 2006
HOMEFRONT VIDEO GAME 2010
I really can't understand why the USA is trying to convince its consumerist kids that there's a nasty yellow bogeyman out there who'll kill them if they don't kill him first. I mean, it's always better to indoctrinate the children, right? Get the invented belief system ingrained into the tiny maladjusted minds before common sense can kick in. Jingoism rules; all governments know this.
In fact, unless this anti-NK campaign is a total western-driven cyber-war psy-op for asset and territorial gain (like the Vietnam War was), I can't understand why the NK government would go along with their adopted charade of Global Enemy #1. How can it possibly suit them? Where's the post-Cold War 'benefit'? Are NK being sequestered (or digitally stage managed) from the internet for tactical purposes and this melodramatic material being spread about them for financial gain i.e. PROFIT.
Get over it America, you tried to INVADE NK and lost.
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