Saturday 14 December 2002

North Korea takes aim at Bond

I hate to say it but I have to agree with them on that one. I'm not saying that there isn't a lot about North Korea that puts me off, but this kind of mass propaganda is just stupid and pointless, plus it makes all of us who live in the UK and US who aren't mindless brainwashed idiots look like we are. The film is good, apart from the political stuff which is just a blatant attempt to sell the whole Bush/Poodle Doctrine. Basically it shows you how controlled Hollywood is by The Powers that Be!

The gadgets are great and both Bond girls are complete babes and Aston Martin deserve a big hug for producing a car that even a non-car-driving person -like me- thinks is nice. BUT, I miss the Bond bad guy being an independent ultra-rich nutcase like Scaramanga or Blofeld with some megalomaniacal complex about either taking-over or poisoning the planet. And what the hell happened to SPECTRE anyway?? But I guess that doesn't fit with the "accepted" world-view at the moment so we have to swallow the shyt that Smellywood tells us, NOT!

Blatant, obvious, see-through, thoroughly IRRIRATING PROPAGANDA!

James Bond's latest "enemy" is fighting back.

Fictional North Korean agents torture the British spy in his new film, and now Pyongyang is angry for real.

The film - starring Pierce Brosnan and Halle Berry - "clearly proves" the US is "the root cause of all disasters and misfortune of the Korean nation" and is "an empire of evil", according to the Secretariat of the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of the Fatherland.

In his 20th adventure, Bond tries to stop an illegal arms deal between a South African diamond smuggler and evil North Korean officer, Colonel Moon, feared to be planning an invasion of South Korea and then Japan.

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South Koreans stage huge anti-US rally