A PROPAGANGA video apparently made by North Korea claims US citizens live off SNOW and have eaten the country's entire population of BIRDS.
The bizarre film shows a dystopian American society where the streets are piled with body-bags and filled with homeless drug addicts
Can't see this posted anywhere, mods please delete if wrong.
I've put this in the skunk works, as its only 'supposed' to be from North Korea
But some internet users branded the video a hoax. It’s unclear if the voiceover’s translation is accurate and whether the video, which
surfaced on Chinese website Ifeng, did in fact originate in North Korea.
Well the 4 minute video is supposable showing North Korean's how the USA live's.
it's totally inaccurate, the places in the video look european, the voice-overs poor and it really seem's to be a joke but who know's?
The video states things like 'there houses blow down very easy, so they live in tents' 'they eat and drink snow' come to think of it Americans
consuming snow is pretty much the video's main message!
i think the director took the word 'cold' to literally from his brief or the voice over guy thinks he's funny, when he's not!
It also goes on to say that American's have eaten all their bird population, the few that are left will be eaten on Tuesday
that voice-over guy really bug's me!
edit on 14-3-2013 by christafinias because: Typo, Add Extra
lol this is like the propaganda that we buy into about what its like in NK..
There is also some truth to it... the homeless and hungry - in some parts of the US there are huge numbers of homeless people..
I reckon this a parody / satire btw.. at one point it goes 'there are no birds.. except these ones, and they will be eaten on Tuesday. Yummy.', and
the constant references to drinking coffee made from snow.. .LOL WTF?
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