OWS friends of the Norks protest Red Dawn

C’mon! This is a media event put on by the producers of Red Dawn, right? I mean, there is hard to believe that these walking clichés actually exist. These just have to be over-the top fictional characters. Can anyone in the United States actually prefer Juche over Gangnam Style?

I guess so. It’s real.

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37 Responses to OWS friends of the Norks protest Red Dawn

  1. R.D. Walker says:

    Yeah, I am going with South Korea.

  2. Bman says:

    I got to 2:30 and had to stop. Let’s chip in and give them a one-way ticket to N Korea. It’s especially lovely this time of year.

  3. DarthJay says:

    In other news – OWS protesters, and their inability to separate fact from fiction, also showed up to protest the inaccurate war-mongering attitude of beloved holiday characters in Rise of the Guardians and the evil depiction of trolls in The Hobbit.

    ***facepalm***

  4. R.D. Walker says:

    My grandmother was second generation born in America yet she still spoke German in the home. Just this last weekend she told me there were a very few – she called them “fools” – in the German/Lutheran community who sort of, kind of, vaguely supported Germany during World War II. This would have been in extremely rural Iowa. She told me they were first told to shut up and if they didn’t, they were shunned.

    For the record, grandma’s husband – by grandfather – was killed in action on Okinawa.

  5. notamobster says:

    Hey – that first guy was all about style! His hair cut says “I can’t decide if I want to look like Martin Luther or Jim Morrison.”

    He just split the difference and went with Martin Luther up front and Jim Morrison in the back.

    It’s the Uber-mullet!

  6. notamobster says:

    RD – AWESOME VIDEO! Why is he letting the cowboy teabag him in the elevator?

    HAHAHA!!! South Koreans rock!

  7. R.D. Walker says:

    That was the first time you saw that? It is the most watched video in Internet history closing in on a billion (!) views. Oppan Gangnam Style sexy lady!

  8. notamobster says:

    Did your Grandma every remarry after Darlo was KIA? I’m just curious.

    There were a great many Americans who openly supported fascism through the 20′s and 30′s. They were forced underground in the 40′s.

    Maj Gen Smedley Butler (USMC) wrote a NON-FICTION book called “The Plot To Seize The White House”. He was shut down by Congress.

    There were many power-players at the highest levels of government and finance involved in the plot. They were German sympathizers.

  9. R.D. Walker says:

    Evidently it is packed with cameos from other Korean celebrities. Thus the dude in the elevator. If you were Korean, you would know him. The gal in the train is the same singer in Bubble Pop.

  10. notamobster says:

    Nope. Never heard of it. Funny shit, though. I’m not much for keeping up with pop culture, regrettably. :-(

  11. R.D. Walker says:

    Yes, grandma remarried and had two children with her second husband. I have an uncle four years older and an aunt 9 years older than me.

    Sadly, her second husband also died young in a car accident.

  12. R.D. Walker says:

    Again, South Korea is best Korea!

  13. PhoneGuy says:

    Thanks so much for posting this video. I haven’t laughed that hard in a long time. The names of the various organizations listed under each speaker just added to the comical aspect of the whole thing.

    Of course, now I have to contemplate that these people were actually serious and this is the kind of crap that runs around in their brains all day. That pretty much sobered me up.

  14. sortahwitte says:

    I think I like the cute gal in the video so much because I don’t understand a word of it. And also because it has a groovy beat and you can dance to it.

    And, nork sucks.

  15. JenR says:

    Michelle Malkin is talking about Psy today. I won’t be listening to any of his music.

    http://twitchy.com/2012/12/07/k-pop-star-psy-once-advocated-slowly-and-painfully-killing-us-soldiers/

  16. notamobster says:

    From Jen’s link:

    싸이 rap :

    이라크 포로를 고문해 댄 씨발양년놈들과
    고문 하라고 시킨 개 씨발 양년놈들에
    딸래미 애미 며느리 애비 코쟁이 모두 죽여
    아주 천천히 죽여 고통스럽게 죽여

    PSY Rap:

    Kill those fucking Yankees who have been torturing Iraqi captives

    Kill those fucking Yankees who ordered them to torture

    Kill their daughters, mothers, daughters-in-law and fathers

    Kill them all slowly and painfully

  17. R.D. Walker says:

    Bummer. I don’t care for technopop dance music, so it was never going to make it on my playlist anyway. I just like to see the contrast between North and South Korea.

    Oh well. I never spend much time contemplating the politics of strippers, pornos, prostitutes or pop music singers. That’s not what they are for.

    Just blow it off.

  18. R.D. Walker says:

    For the record, South Korea was with us in Iraq from the beginning of the war until Obama took office.

  19. notamobster says:

    That video was still awesome.

  20. R.D. Walker says:

    One more comment. I cannot go through life subjecting every damn thing to a political litmus test. I just can’t. It really, truly stresses me out and diminishes my quality of life.

    I can’t decide to shop at Walmart, Costco or whatever based on politics. I can’t eschew certain entertainment because of something like this. It causes me actual stress to politicize everything. Seriously.

    I mean, I can engage in a few political economic discriminations. I won’t buy a GM product, for example. If I am give a choice on the same shelf between a company I like and one I don’t, I will go with the one I like.

    That said, I will eat at Chick-Fil-A as long as their chicken is good. When it isn’t, I won’t. If I feel like a pop and the restaurant I am in has Pepsi products, I will have a Pepsi. I don’t care what Pepsi does other than provide a cola I enjoy.

    It is a leftist belief that everything is political. I really hate that. I am not going to ask Psy about military policy. I am going to watch him dance around in a hilarious manner and make fun of the Gangnam snobs in Seoul. That’s it. It isn’t going any deeper than that.

    What do you all think? Is it okay to be political on political matters but just try to have a little apolitical time in your life? I hope so because I have to.

  21. Bman says:

    S Korea also makes the KIA. Killed in action some say and a direct slap in the face of Americans who fought in Korea. I dont know if I believe any of that shit.

  22. R.D. Walker says:

    The word Kia derives from Korean words meaning “to arise to the world from Asia”.

  23. Bman says:

    The dixie chicks. I know what they said but I like their music. They are good. They are talented. Am I supposed to stop listening to good music and start listening to horseshit stuff like Alan Jackson or Toby Keith just to make a point? I dont think so.

    • notamobster says:

      Hey – I like the Dixie Chicks and Toby Keith and Alan Jackson!

      Sean Penn, Jane Fonda? Not supporting ‘em. Their actions weren’t dissent (like DC) – theirs, were treason. They’re not getting my cash.

  24. Bman says:

    Thank you RD. Im gonna go buy me a KIA now.

  25. R.D. Walker says:

    Exactly! I never stopped listening to the Dixie Chicks. They were one of the best acts in country music. I wouldn’t ask that they be consulted on military or foreign policy, but I love their rockin’ bluegrass sound.

  26. JenR says:

    Most of the time I don’t base my decisions on stuff like this. I’m fine with people and organizations having their own political views. However, I draw the line at those who call for the murder of our troops. Maybe it’s because I have a younger brother who served for 12 years. There are those who I won’t financially support by buying their music or watching their movies. Jane Fonda is a good example. Psy is another, for me.

  27. R.D. Walker says:

    I respect that Jen. I guess I was trying to make a broader point. I don’t like political correctness much better when we do it.

  28. Bman says:

    When we start making EVERYTHING political, then we will resemble Mussolini’s Italy. I don’t want that.

  29. Rockheim says:

    I’ve always been a Ford guy so the further avoidance of GM is just icing on the cake.

    As far as idiot actors and actresses or any hollyweird puppet? I pay my money to be entertained. As long as I’m entertained I don’t care.

    The same with stores. Leadership, CEO’s, boards change hands all the time. I vote with my wallet on the things that matter to me.
    If I were to go to Sams club today instead of Costco would anyone at Costco care? Would they notice? The only person I’d hurt is myself.

    Most people I know hate Comcast. Where I live it’s either 25meg Comcast or 1meg AT&T dsl for around the same price.. I have Comcast.

    As long as I get the product I expect, the service that satifies me and the price point I’m willing to pay.. I don’t care what the individuals running the company think. It’s a free country and they’re free to be fools.

  30. R.D. Walker says:

    I am so disgusted with Penn and Fonda that I don’t get entertained buy them anymore so I am not really boycotting them. I don’t enjoy their work. I can, however, still enjoy Fast Times at Ridgemont High and laugh at Spicoli. I still like my 69 Chevy Impala too.

    I doubt that Psy would ever be anymore than a sidebar flash in the pan to me anyway.

    Willie Nelson is an Obama supporter. DO NOT ask me to give up Willie Nelson.

  31. sortahwitte says:

    I will forever show my disgust of people and businesses with my wallet. It may be just a drop in the bucket, but it’s me making a statement.

    Willie Nelson doesn’t shoot his mouth off on national tv. Everyone makes choices and has opinions. The guy from costco saying how good the administration is for business? I call ‘bullshit’. He’s not a moron. Was he threatened with the irs? I will not support costco with my business. There are cheaper and more local outlets for me.

    When I open my mouth, I am judged. The same should go for entertainment people. They are no more knowledgable or privy to the secrets of the universe than any of us. When they say not only stupid but injurious shit, it’s my right (so far) to vote with my dollars and I most certainly will.

  32. Ray Davies says:

    I think I’m in lust

  33. Ray Davies says:

    Bman, We’ve had 5 KIAs now and love them. I’ll never go back to GM.

  34. Bman says:

    Have to ask Ray- Why have you gone through 5? i’ve owned 3 cars in my life. All of them shitboxes but never put more than a couple hundred in each; 1984 Plymouth Turismo, 1985 Dodge Omni, and currently my 1994 Ford Exploder. It was a sad day indeed when the Turismo and Omni went tits up. I’m dreading the day when The Bman Mobile is F.O.R.D. (found on road dead).

  35. Greg B says:

    Ha ha!
    That’s what the Old Lady calls her Ford.

  36. Locke n Load says:

    Ok, wow, that Gangnam Style vid was…um…yeah, those Billion hits are for the Chick, no Q. She looks like she has some western blood in her, just sayin. Knockout

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