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Political and environmental activism
Screenshots taken from North Korea's parody of "Gangnam Style"
On September 18, 2012, the North Korean government became the first to use "Gangnam Style" for political activism when it uploaded a parody with the title "I'm Yushin style!" onto the government website Uriminzokkiri. The parody mocks the South Korean ruling conservative party presidential-elect Park Geun-hye. It shows a Photoshopped image of the presidential candidate performing the dance moves of "Gangnam Style" and labels her as a devoted admirer of the Yushin system of autocratic rule set up by her father, Park Chung-hee. A few weeks later, "草泥马 style" (literally, "Grass Mud Horse Style"),[note 3] was uploaded onto YouTube and other Chinese websites by the political activist and dissident Ai Weiwei. In his parody, Ai Weiwei dances "Gangnam Style" with a pair of handcuffs as a symbol of his arrest by Chinese authorities in 2011. According to the Associated Press, government authorities had removed the video from almost all Chinese websites the next day.
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Originally posted by gortex
Its about a guy who likes classy chics .
Originally posted by boymonkey74
Are you this guy?
WARNING ANGRY GINGER BOY SEARING DO NOT PRESS PLAY IF YOU DO NOT LIKE GINGERS OR SWEARING.
Pop culture dude nothing more nothing less.
And to remind us...
Don't care I like it
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