“You Bourgeois Bloodsucker,…

you would be well advised to behave with discretion!”

Now go away, or I shall taunt you a second time.

Insults courtesy of the hardwork and enviable talent of Geoff Davis (and his NK-News),
evil capitalist genius.

Calif. man catalogs N. Korea’s rhetoric
Web site devoted to satirizing official news agency’s over-the-top writing
WASHINGTONFew can denounce the ”imperialist ogre” or “kingpin of evil” as well as the writers at North Korea’s official news agency, and a California graphic artist is now cataloging their rhetorical masterpieces on a Web site.
Launched in May, www.nk-news.net boasts of having nearly every KCNA article since December 1996 — “over 50 megabytes of hard-core Stalinist propaganda … each article written in the unique and indelible style of the KCNA.”
Readers can get a taste of that KCNA style from recommended key word searches, such as “burning hatred,” which turns up 18 articles. The targets of that hot wrath include Japan, Yankees, ”U.S. imperialist ogres” and “class enemies.”
“Human scum” yields 25 KCNA reports applying that epithet to President Bush, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and diplomat John Bolton. Rumsfeld also keeps company with Japanese officials in the “political dwarf” category.

7 Responses to ““You Bourgeois Bloodsucker,…”

  1. Ken Summers says:

    I don’t know, Sis. I don’t think anyone has yet topped “tiny-brained wiper of other people’s bottoms”.

  2. Ken Summers says:

    Oh dear. I’m so terribly sorry to have gone off theme.
    “Die tinisched-brainnen wiepr des bottomische den otteren volken”

  3. I love a theme

    It’s German Day at the Coalition!…

  4. Mr. Bingley says:

    “den otter volks”?
    the ones that live in the ocean und eet den oystern?
    the oystern front!

  5. Ken Summers says:

    Ja! Ja! Der Blau Oeysteren Cuelten! Nein fieren den reaperen!

  6. I don’t think anyone has yet topped “tiny-brained wiper of other people’s bottoms”.
    True, true, but there’s one huge difference. That is fantasy, this is real.
    I think.

  7. Ken Summers says:

    Monty Python and the Holy Grail wasn’t a documentary? Who knew?

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