North Korea: Obama is a Monkey

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North Korea called US President Barack Obama “a monkey” and blamed the US today for shutting down its Internet amid the hacking row over the comedy “The Interview.”

North Korea has denied involvement in a crippling cyberattack on Sony Pictures but has expressed fury over the comedy depicting an assassination of its leader Kim Jong Un. After Sony Pictures initially called off the release in a decision criticised by Obama, the movie has opened this week.

Today, the North’s powerful National Defense Commission, the country’s top governing body led by Kim, said that Obama was behind the release of “The Interview.” It described the movie as illegal, dishonest and reactionary.

“Obama always goes reckless in words and deeds like a monkey in a tropical forest,” an unidentified spokesman at the commission’s Policy Department said in a statement carried by the official Korean Central News Agency.

Things are getting serious.  Before long, he’ll be called a snake!

He also accused Washington for intermittent outages of North Korea websites this week, after the US had promised to respond to the Sony hack.

There was no immediate reaction from the White House today.

According to the North Korea commission’s spokesman, “the US, a big country, started disturbing the Internet operation of major media of the DPRK, not knowing shame like children playing a tag.”

The commission said the movie was the results of a hostile US policy toward North Korea, and threatened the US with unspecified consequences.

I’m told all leave was cancelled for their Photoshop Crew, and they are planning to Photoshop a few aircraft carriers to come visit the USA.

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Mind you, it could have been a compliment.  After all, North Korea’s astronauts are monkeys.

 

– One News


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