Sunday, May 21, 2017

The Best Way For North Korea To Make A Difference

[begin recorded segment]  You are amused by this report on ISIL?

[laughing] Well, what's that expression? DUH?!

What is amusing?

This captive from ISIL, Kweuhn or something, he said it's nicer away from ISIL. Freer.

That does appear to be the case. For ISIL to exist, the members could not have much freedom.

They're nihilists bent on destroying everyone else. That much negativity doesn't make for a bed of anemones.


Really? Roses aren't that pretty. They ought to rethink that one.

Is this a favorite act against ISIL?

No, my favorite one was that time some British operative changed the link from an ISIL website to call up pictures of baked goods. Now THAT was a classy move.

That move was interesting, but probably does not help with the reported vulnerabilities to recruitment by similarly strategized organizations.

I--don't really get that. I mean, how vulnerable do you have to be? This IS the generation that voted Trump into office, with his 'alternative facts.' When did the truth become so unpopular?

Circa 1597.

When?! Wait. Where did you get THAT date?

"Don't shoot the messenger." {this reasoning contains allowable approximations} "That phrase, in its modern form, appeared in Shakespeare's 'Henry IV part 2'  written approximately in 1597." -- six online sources vetted as mostly accurate.
[groans] Four and a fifth centuries ago, on a midsummer night, one human warned the rest. Goodness, this population is slow to learn! Oh, well. It does explain how anyone can believe in the superiority of North Korea. What was that stat I bookmarked from 'DATABLOG?'

Negligible or not acknowledged unemployment.
Yeah, the only superior stat was negligible unemployment. That's right. They probably give every old man and woman who can barely walk and move their arms a broom. Feed 'em cabbage water and don't call them back if they 'sundown' into the sea while they're sweeping. It's the oriental version of ISIL.

Do you have a suggestion for something more productive the leader of North Korea could do?
Well, of course! Somebody ought to dare him to move to America and write a blog or sell a useless product. His marketing campaign would be half done. All he'd have to do would be sell as well as he does now. #$%^&* I bet if he blogged ISIL out of existence and let go of his nuclear program, he'd get something no one else could possibly get for him.

An action figure of himself successfully marketed in America?
No! Maybe--official American recognition as a truly heroic man, at least. The western world would defend him and his country for, most likely, the rest of his life.

So you hope this is brought to his attention.
Sure! Everyone should know what it would take to become a hero to your enemies--

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