“Occupy” movement gains another notorious ally: North Korea

Posted by: ST on October 19, 2011 at 9:27 am

First it was Nazi groups and communists.  Now it’s the North Korean regime:

The reclusive North Korean government says the Occupy movement shows that people are fed up with capitalism’s ills, and attributes the protests to the “extremely acute socio-class contradictions” created after the global financial crisis in 2007. The official Korean Central News Agency said North Koreans are proud of their socialist system because it is ruled by science and will continue flourish in the future. In a separate dispatch titled “Capitalism has no Future,” the agency said worldwide events never unfold the way imperialists want them to. North Korea is one of the world’s most impoverished nations and relies on outside aid to feed many of its 24 million people.

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4 Responses to ““Occupy” movement gains another notorious ally: North Korea”


  1. bill glass says:

    Nice to know that there are places other than Cuba that welcome these parasitic slugs. Buy ’em all a plane ticket!!

  2. Phineas says:

    I can’t wait for “Occupy Pyongyang!” I’m sure Dear Leader will welcome them with open arms. ;)

  3. Tex says:

    And what a model of success that North Korea is. For sure we definitely need to follow the socialists advice in the Occupy Wall Street Movement and give up our “terrible” “unfair” capitalist system in order to adopt the successful North Korean model. I’ll be looking forward to martial music piped in to my home every day, propaganda instead of news (well we’re almost there anyway with the MSM), death camps for those capitalist hanger-oners), snappy grey dress codes, six hour long speeches from our “Dear Leader”, conformity of thought for the good of the masses, and eating tree bark for dinner. Who wouldn’t want to enjoy that?

  4. Carlos says:

    Don’t forget, Tex, there’s more toilets in SanFranNan’s district than in the entire country of dear leader, too.

    Obviously, then, he’s got toilet envy?