Monday, February 12, 2018

My Favorite Clip Of The North Korean Cheer Squad

... would be this one.

I wouldn't have believed it if I hadn't seen it with my own eyes, but the progs in the media have been drooling all over the North Koreans at the Olympics. CNN, Reuters, the New York Times, NBC, they're all in love with the Nork "Charm Offensive."

They're slaves. The North Koreans are slaves. The media is cheering slaves singing and dancing for the entertainment and profit of their masters. It's beyond surreal, it's utter madness, driven by their deranged hatred of Trump. If you haven't seen it, dig this tiny selection of the progs' sick gloating.

Shorter version of the lefty infatuation with the Norks: "Why, just listen to the music and look at the dancing as they pick the cotton cheer for their team. How can you see that and say they are oppressed or unhappy?"


WC Varones said...

History repeats. Check out the NYT's slobbering coverage of Stalin!

tim eisele said...

This is a classic example of why "the enemy of my enemy is my friend" is a fallacy. If someone is the enemy of your enemy, there is a reason for it. And that reason is likely to make them your enemy too.

Maybe they can be a useful tool in attacking your main enemy, but watch out that they don't end up being an even bigger problem in the long run.

Foxfier said...

People far away don't really count.

On a relatively minor note-- why are all these folks talking about how the sister is so pretty and such?

She...isn't. It would be like calling Michelle Obama incredibly attractive. It shouldn't have been brought up in the first place, and lying about it is just... dumb. People can look and see she's simply not that blessed in looks. There's a million different flatteries they could've used, ones that would be better because they'd actually be stuff she can control-- and they go with the one that seems to translate as "Wow! She doesn't look like her brother in an ugly dress!"?