Guess Who’s Headed to North Korea to Meet with Kim Jong Un

CNN is reporting that former NBA star and longtime weirdo, Dennis Rodman is heading back to North Korea, presumably to visit with his “friend” Kim Jong Un.

NBA Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman is expected to arrive in North Korea Tuesday, according to two officials in that country who spoke to CNN.

CNN spotted Rodman at Beijing International Airport, where he declined to answer questions. Rodman would be arriving in Pyongyang at a time of heightened tension between Washington and Pyongyang, which is currently detaining four Americans.

It’s unclear what the purpose of Rodman’s visit to the secretive country could be, but the eccentric former basketball player — and a former contestant on Dennis Rodman Visits The FOX Business NetworkDonald Trump’s pre-presidency reality TV show “Celebrity Apprentice” — is one of the only Americans to have met current North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un.

When asked by CNN journalists in Pyongyang, unnamed North Korean officials confirmed that Rodman is expected to arrive in Pyongyang Tuesday. They gave no further details.

Full article: Guess Who’s Headed to North Korea to Meet with Kim Jong Un

I have heard some speculation that he may have been sent there by Washington. And, of course, there is a lot of collective eye rolling.

But I have to admit… I don’t have an issue with Dennis Rodman going over there. I don’t think it would be a bad move for Washington to send him there if they didn’t already set this up. Let’s face it, that fat little twerp likes Rodman. A lot. I don’t know if Rodman actually likes him or not, and I really don’t care. So far, the only person who seems to get anything at all – the only one who can squeeze blood from a turnip, as it were – is Rodman.

There seems to be a relationship here between Dennis Rodman and the fat little twerp, and it is one we could possibly use to our advantage. I like the idea of calming people down without violence, and if Rodman can calm this POS down a little without guns blazing, I’m all for it. It saves us from sending in troops, dropping bombs, wasting money, and mourning our dead.

Look, I’m not saying Dennis Rodman is going to get this guy to drop the bomb testing or stop making threats or stop generally dancing around like a chicken with a corn cob. But any positive aspect we can bring into this peacocking, let’s do it. He just might have the ability to stop something crazy coming out of that country.



North Korea Warns of ‘Super-Mighty Pre-Emptive Strike’ on United States

“In the case of our super-mighty preemptive strike being launched, it will completely and immediately wipe out not only U.S. imperialists’ invasion forces in South Korea and its surrounding areas but the U.S. mainland and reduce them to ashes,” said the North Korean news agency.


Full article: North Korea Warns of ‘Super-Mighty Pre-Emptive Strike’ on United States | The Sean Hannity Show

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China Puts North Korea on Notice

kim-jong-un-cartman“If the North makes another provocative move this month, the Chinese society will be willing to adopt severe restrictive measures that have never been seen before…”

“China has a bottom line that it will protect at all costs, that is, the security and stability of northeast China… If the bottom line is touched, China will employ all means available including the military means to strike back. By that time, it is not an issue of discussion whether China acquiesces in the US’ blows, but the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) will launch attacks to DPRK nuclear facilities on its own,” the editorial read.

“More and more Chinese support the view that the government should enhance sanctions over Pyongyang’s nuclear activities. If the North makes another provocative move this month, the Chinese society will be willing to see the UNSC adopt severe restrictive measures that have never been seen before, such as restricting oil imports to the North,” the editorial noted.

“Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons program is intended for securing the regime, however, it is reaching a tipping point. Pyongyang hopes its gamble will work, but all signs point to the opposite direction.”

Full article: China Puts North Korea on Notice | The Federalist Papers

North Korea: U.S. “crossed the red line,” effectively declared war

North Korea’s top diplomat for U.S. affairs told The Associated Press on Thursday that Washington “crossed the red line” and effectively declared war by putting leader Kim Jong Un on its list of sanctioned individuals, and said a vicious showdown could erupt if the U.S. and South Korea hold annual war games as planned next month.

Source: North Korea: U.S. “crossed the red line,” effectively declared war – CBS News

Oh, look. Kim Jong Un wants people to look at him again.

Sorry, sweet cheeks. Technically, the “police action” in Korea was never ended.

Now go play with your toys and let the grown ups talk over here.


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Rise Of The Idiots: It’s Time To Burst The Social Justice Bubble Before It’s Too Late

Let me share a conversation I had this morning with my liberal friend.

Leftie – “Did you hear about the American citizen who has been sentenced to 15 years hard labor in North Korea?”

Me – “That’s terrible. What did he do?”

Leftie – “He ONLY stole a banner from a restricted part of his hotel!”

Me – “Huh…”

Leftie – “What? You think that warrants 15 years in jail?”

Me – “Did he break the laws in a while being a guest in a foreign country run by a dictator that is known globally for hating the West?”

Leftie – “That’s not the point! He has human rights!

That right there. That is the problem with liberals. They live in a little bubble where everything smells like roses and think that the global utopia—where everyone gets daily hugs and all is amazing—is a reality that is only blocked by us mean old conservatives who are trying to stop their fun and…human rights. Well, news flash…the world doesn’t work like that. There are no safe spaces. People don’t care if you’re offended. You can’t sue people if they hurt your feelings and, guess what, there is no leniency for people who break the law. It is a BIG BAD WORLD OUT THERE!

The latest person who found this out the hard way was an American citizen called Otto Warmbier. Warmbier is a University of Virginia undergraduate—and regular social justice warrior—who was today charged with subversion under Article 60 of North Korea’s criminal code. Read that again….SUBVERSION. This means that he had committed a crime “pursuant to the U.S. government’s hostile policy toward (the North), in a bid to impair the unity of its people after entering it as a tourist.” Sounds crazy, right? And you’d be right. We all know that this 21-year-old American is nothing but, to put it nicely, an idiot kid.

Yeah, I said it. He’s an idiot. A stupid, stupid boy who lives inside his safe space environment that was created in a liberal society here on U.S. soil. The sense of entitlement shown by him is a sad and pathetic reflection of a generation who we have mollycoddled and sugarcoated with a sprinkle of “you are an amazing, beautiful person and everything else is amazing and you deserve to have everything handed to you because others have more and…” And they buy into it. They take it as gospel. They live their entire existence by it. And then they think they can change the world. They travel abroad and expect the same treatment everywhere else and, before they can say “there are more than two genders,” they find themselves doing 15 years hard labor in a North Korean prison for Subversion.

Read full article: Rise Of The Idiots: It’s Time To Burst The Social Justice Bubble Before It’s Too Late – Absolute Rights

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This is reality. North Korea isn’t the United States. While I believe he has human rights, sadly, North Korea does not. And he was in their country when he decided to break one of their laws.

One of the things people forget when traveling abroad – especially when traveling to places like North Korea – is that they aren’t in America anymore. Being American doesn’t get you anything. The Constitution of the United States does not apply when you leave our borders. Our laws don’t apply when you leave the country. And the government of the United States isn’t always going to be able to save you.

All of these other countries have their own beliefs and laws, and when you choose to travel to those countries, you are accepting that. While you are in their borders, you live by their rules.

Let me put it to you like this. Let’s say you are one of those people who enjoys sitting around your house on a day off without any clothing on. You have done this for a good long time, and it isn’t a successful day off without some naked time. One weekend, you travel and decide to spend a night at a friend’s house. Now, normally, you would watch TV naked in the evening, because your errands are done and you are off. But your friend doesn’t want anyone having naked time in their living room. Maybe they have kids, or their elderly parents live with them, or they just don’t want to see naked people. You strip down anyway, plop your naked behind on their sofa, and hit up the streaming service for some movies. Your friend protests. You explain this is what you do at home, and you want to do it at their house because you aren’t home this weekend. Your friend insists and you go back and forth like this until your friend tells you to maybe go to a hotel.

Is it wrong of your friend to tell you to go to a hotel because you refuse to wear clothing in their living room? No! It is their house and their rules. You either follow them, or you don’t stay or don’t go in the first place.

When you choose to go to another country – and why in the world would you choose to go to someplace like North Korea anyway?! – you agree to abide by their laws or accept their punishment. Period. Your beliefs and the laws back home no longer apply. Your idea of human rights no longer apply.

Does anyone remember way back in the day the kid who got caned for spitting gum in the street? The US government did, in fact, try to intervene with that, but in the end, the kid got his butt lit up anyway. Because while you may get a stern talking to or a fine for using the world as your trash can back here in the US, not all countries are willing to allow you to crap up their streets in the same manner. Their country, their laws.

Bottom line, if you are traveling out of the country, it is your responsibility to learn the customs and laws of the country you are traveling to before heading over. Once you enter their borders, you are agreeing to abide by their laws. If you don’t like those laws, too frickin’ bad. Don’t go, or take the punishment for breaking those laws. You aren’t a citizen of their country and don’t get a say.

North Korea Slammed With Major Cyber Attack; Complete Internet Down


Several sources have confirmed that the country of North Korea has been hit with a cyber attack that has resulted in the communist country’s entire internet connection being down.

The outage comes just days following the country’s hacking of Sony Pictures, which resulted in embarrassing emails written by company leaders being revealed, in anticipation of the production company’s release of “The Interview,” a comedy which is about a fictitious assassination of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.

While the country’s internet outage comes after Obama promised a “proportional response” to the attacks against Sony, it is not known at this time where the cyber attack against North Korea originated from.

According to the NY Times, the largely closed-off country only has 1,024 internet addresses, although the number could be significantly higher.

via BREAKING: North Korea Slammed With Major Cyber Attack; Complete Internet Down.

Without North Korea, Hollywood Is Running Out of Politically Correct Villains

With Sony’s decision to pull the Seth Rogen/James Franco starrer The Interview from circulation following a brutal hack attack by the North Korean regime, Hollywood finds its list of acceptable villains growing shorter and shorter. Not only did Sony pull The Interview thanks to intimidation at the hands of Kim Jung Un – the film was about reporters trying to kill the evil dictator – they also pulled a slated Steve Carrell movie, Pyongyang, about the regime.

Ironically, North Korea had become Hollywood’s safest go-to villain, supposedly avoiding the multicultural blowback of targeting Muslim terrorists or the Chinese government—which provides an enormous amount of funding to Hollywood, as well as a lucrative foreign market.

China, in particular, has gotten off easy in terms of Hollywood villainhood—an enormous regime that routinely works with major corporations, forces women into abortions, and jails dissidents makes for an inviting target. Unless, that is, that regime hosts the world’s fastest-growing film market and owns equity in major studios like Legendary Pictures and MGM. China explicitly bans films that “distort the civilization and history of China or other nations… or… tarnish the image of revolutionary leaders, heroes, important historic characters, members of the armed forces, police, and judicial bodies.”

It is no wonder, then, that MGM shifted the villains of its remake of Red Dawn from the Chinese—plausible invaders of the United States, if any are to be found to replace the Soviet Union—to the ridiculously implausible North Koreans. North Korea was a safe target; China was not. As the Los Angeles Times reported at the time, “China has become such an important market for US entertainment companies that one studio has taken the extraordinary step of digitally altering a film to excise bad guys from the Communist nation lest the leadership in Beijing be offended.”

So Chinese villains were off the table. So, too, are Muslim terrorists, given the multicultural backlash to accurate portrayal of Muslim terrorism. When 24 had the temerity to suggest that Muslim terrorists might provide a greater terror risk to the United States than, say, white Europeans, the Council on American-Islamic Relations made such a stink that star Kiefer Sutherland had to disown the Muslim terrorist storyline in a public service announcement for the show:

Now while terrorism is obviously one of the most critical challenges facing our nation and the world, it is important to recognize that the American Muslim community stands firmly beside their fellow Americans in denouncing and resisting all forms of terrorism. So in watching 24, please, bear that in mind.

We’ve also seen the US government get involved to the extent that when an American ambassador is murdered at an embassy in Benghazi, Libya, the Obama administration responds by pushing for the arrest of a bad filmmaker who had the temerity to label Mohammed a villain. Even when Muslim terrorists are featured on film, they’re portrayed sympathetically, as in The Kingdom (2007), where they are equated with American trackers; Rendition (2007), where America’s anti-terror techniques are seen as the catalyst for Muslim terrorism; and The Green Zone (2010), where American greed for oil leads to terror. Going all the way back to 2002, the Ben Affleck bomb The Sum of All Fears, based on the Tom Clancy novel, changed the villains from Palestinian terrorists launching a nuclear attack (plausible) to neo-Nazis doing so (not).

That basically left North Koreans as the only permissible non-white villains on the table.

So much for that. One hack attack, and Kim Jung Un suddenly gets wiped from the film industry.

via Pansy Hollywood Cuts North Korea From List of Movie Villains.