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October 14, 2013, 08:48:24 AM
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You can, but you probably wouldn't want to.

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October 14, 2013, 12:21:40 PM
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This is an evil country.

No more words needed to describe it.

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October 14, 2013, 02:13:23 PM
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This is an evil country.

No more words needed to describe it.

Just out of interest, how do you know?

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October 14, 2013, 11:33:46 PM
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It's really interesting what can be done where something you know really well is cast in the most ugly and unflattering light, this Propaganda! film proves it rather concerningly. Of course, it does what it says on the tin, it's a propagandised view. But it's very close to the truth of the prevalent culture and society in the West, the majority of people do fall for all this bs at least at some point of their lives, and some never figure the manipulations out. Still not moving to North Korea any time soon, though.

Just watched Propaganda!, it is not what I was expecting, I know it's a mock documentary, but I actually agree with a LOT of things in there, a lot!

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October 14, 2013, 11:58:19 PM
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It's really interesting what can be done where something you know really well is cast in the most ugly and unflattering light, this Propaganda! film proves it rather concerningly. Of course, it does what it says on the tin, it's a propagandised view. But it's very close to the truth of the prevalent culture and society in the West, the majority of people do fall for all this bs at least at some point of their lives, and some never figure the manipulations out. Still not moving to North Korea any time soon, though.

Just watched Propaganda!, it is not what I was expecting, I know it's a mock documentary, but I actually agree with a LOT of things in there, a lot!

And of course, it's a deliberately 100% cynical view of the West, made by a westerner. I saw an interview with the guy who made it, and he started out wondering which country he was going to pretend it was coming from: Cuba, Iran or North Korea. He reasoned that North Korea was best, as no-one can reliably prove what the North Koreans do or don't think about any of this stuff. He mostly guessed about alot of things. The writer said his next project is to try and get into to North Korea, show the film to people and then ask them if it's accurate!

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October 15, 2013, 12:15:56 AM
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It's really interesting what can be done where something you know really well is cast in the most ugly and unflattering light, this Propaganda! film proves it rather concerningly. Of course, it does what it says on the tin, it's a propagandised view. But it's very close to the truth of the prevalent culture and society in the West, the majority of people do fall for all this bs at least at some point of their lives, and some never figure the manipulations out. Still not moving to North Korea any time soon, though.

Just watched Propaganda!, it is not what I was expecting, I know it's a mock documentary, but I actually agree with a LOT of things in there, a lot!

And of course, it's a deliberately 100% cynical view of the West, made by a westerner. I saw an interview with the guy who made it, and he started out wondering which country he was going to pretend it was coming from: Cuba, Iran or North Korea. He reasoned that North Korea was best, as no-one can reliably prove what the North Koreans do or don't think about any of this stuff. He mostly guessed about alot of things. The writer said his next project is to try and get into to North Korea, show the film to people and then ask them if it's accurate!

He done a very nice job, I was hoping to give a few laughs but it's not one of those mock documentaries.

Can you point to the interview?

I think people in North Korea don't know about reality shows and western celebrities and much of history, but let's see if the guy gets in there and grabs some testimonies...

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October 15, 2013, 02:55:18 AM
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It's really interesting what can be done where something you know really well is cast in the most ugly and unflattering light, this Propaganda! film proves it rather concerningly. Of course, it does what it says on the tin, it's a propagandised view. But it's very close to the truth of the prevalent culture and society in the West, the majority of people do fall for all this bs at least at some point of their lives, and some never figure the manipulations out. Still not moving to North Korea any time soon, though.

Just watched Propaganda!, it is not what I was expecting, I know it's a mock documentary, but I actually agree with a LOT of things in there, a lot!

And of course, it's a deliberately 100% cynical view of the West, made by a westerner. I saw an interview with the guy who made it, and he started out wondering which country he was going to pretend it was coming from: Cuba, Iran or North Korea. He reasoned that North Korea was best, as no-one can reliably prove what the North Koreans do or don't think about any of this stuff. He mostly guessed about alot of things. The writer said his next project is to try and get into to North Korea, show the film to people and then ask them if it's accurate!

He done a very nice job, I was hoping to give a few laughs but it's not one of those mock documentaries.

Can you point to the interview?

I think people in North Korea don't know about reality shows and western celebrities and much of history, but let's see if the guy gets in there and grabs some testimonies...

Is it really a good idea to show the Propaganda move in North Korea?  They already hate us so it would just be adding fuel to fire.  Chances are they would love it and start playing it.  More reasons they want to nuke us?  Ummmm.  Please don't.

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October 15, 2013, 04:32:45 AM
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This is an evil country.

No more words needed to describe it.

Just out of interest, how do you know?

If not, why do they forbid basically anyone of their people to leave the country on his own?

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October 15, 2013, 05:05:19 AM
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North Korea has been voted the most popular country in the world.

So please tell me, how do you Bitcoin people like North Korea?

Sincerely,
Supreme Leader of Democratic People's Republic of Korea
Kim Jong Un

It's known as the Democratic People's Republic of Korea or simply Korea - nobody in this country refers to it as 'North Korea'. You're not the real Kim Jong Un.
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October 15, 2013, 01:51:01 PM
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Is it really a good idea to show the Propaganda move in North Korea?  They already hate us so it would just be adding fuel to fire.  Chances are they would love it and start playing it.  More reasons they want to nuke us?  Ummmm.  Please don't.

Yah, I don't think they hate us, it's a hostage situation there, like any other dictatorship, if they say they like something western they end up in the labor camps.

This is an evil country.

No more words needed to describe it.

Just out of interest, how do you know?

If not, why do they forbid basically anyone of their people to leave the country on his own?

And from speaking with South Koreans or any other tourists...

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October 15, 2013, 03:33:10 PM
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This is an evil country.

No more words needed to describe it.

Just out of interest, how do you know?

If not, why do they forbid basically anyone of their people to leave the country on his own?

But is it done for no other reason that the leadership are evil? I think not. Clearly they're being very controlling, but what's the reason for that? I suspect that "being evil" isn't even one of the reasons why the leadership have very tight controls in all sorts of areas.

Cite other North Korean government controls.

a) intended to be evil ? If not, what's the real intention?
b) even true at all? How do we know it's true, when the place is so strictly controlled?

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October 15, 2013, 07:10:23 PM
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This is an evil country.

No more words needed to describe it.

Just out of interest, how do you know?

If not, why do they forbid basically anyone of their people to leave the country on his own?

But is it done for no other reason that the leadership are evil? I think not. Clearly they're being very controlling, but what's the reason for that? I suspect that "being evil" isn't even one of the reasons why the leadership have very tight controls in all sorts of areas.

Cite other North Korean government controls.

a) intended to be evil ? If not, what's the real intention?
b) even true at all? How do we know it's true, when the place is so strictly controlled?
It is the control and other actions that reveal the government as evil.  Intentions don't mean squat.

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October 15, 2013, 07:29:49 PM
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This is an evil country.

No more words needed to describe it.

Just out of interest, how do you know?

If not, why do they forbid basically anyone of their people to leave the country on his own?

But is it done for no other reason that the leadership are evil? I think not. Clearly they're being very controlling, but what's the reason for that? I suspect that "being evil" isn't even one of the reasons why the leadership have very tight controls in all sorts of areas.

Cite other North Korean government controls.

a) intended to be evil ? If not, what's the real intention?
b) even true at all? How do we know it's true, when the place is so strictly controlled?
It is the control and other actions that reveal the government as evil.  Intentions don't mean squat.


Yes they do, particularly if they achieve their aims. I'm not sure that you're imagining the fullest possible range of intentions here. How about: intending to preserve their society by way of aggressively removing any chance of outside influences? That's not control for it's own sake, or for some sadistic satisfaction, it's a very introspective and unambiguous way to keep external influences out. The Japanese did this for many centuries throughout the Middle Ages, until the West "liberated" them.

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