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Dec 21 14 4:43 AM

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I just ran a Google search on "Make and post your own Kim Jung-un satire" and up popped lots of links showing that artists all over the world, amateurs and professionals alike, are doing just that. I'll be posting links to some samples as replies to this OP, but in the meantime, I want to make it clear that I'd like to see everyone reading this who wants to North Korea lose the cyber war it's just started to strike their own blow in this fight. It's something absolutely anyone can do. It can be as simple as posting "Fuck You, Kim Jung-un. I think you are a sorry piece of shit and deserve to be flushed down the toilet." Or it can be a video, fictional story, political rant, or what have you. The idea is just to show how potent a weapon the Internet net can be WITHOUT doing anything that can be construed as hacking or any kind of call for physical violence.I just ran a Google search on "Make and post your own Kim Jung-un satire" and up popped lots of links showing that artists all over the world, amateurs and professionals alike, are doing just that. I'll be posting links to some samples as replies to this OP, but in the meantime, I want to make it clear that I'd like to see everyone reading this who wants to North Korea lose the cyber war it's just started to strike their own blow in this fight. It's something absolutely anyone can do. It can be as simple as posting "Fuck You, Kim Jung-un. I think you are a sorry piece of shit and deserve to be flushed down the toilet." Or it can be a video, fictional story, political rant, or what have you. The idea is just to show how potent a weapon the Internet net can be WITHOUT doing anything that can be construed as hacking or any kind of call for physical violence. 
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Dec 21 14 4:46 AM

I'll start with something I was hoping would happen soon: an announcement that a major figure in the entertainment world is going to make and release his own satire ... and one that's intended to be even more insulting to North Korea and its pathetic little leader than "The Interview". It's by Larry Flynt, it's porno, and it's even titled, "This Ain't The Interview XXX": http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/12/20/kim-jong-un-avert-your-eyes-sony-s-the-interview-gets-the-porn-parody-treatment.html AMERICA, F-YEAH12.20.14 Kim Jong Un, Avert Your Eyes: Sony’s ‘The Interview’ Gets the Porn Parody Treatment Hustler impresario Larry Flynt has green-lit a sex-filled spin on the James Franco and Seth Rogen flick called This Ain’t The Interview XXX.More bizarre than the new Seth Rogen and “James Flacco” movie The Interview is the behavior of North Korea’s leadership. From the head-scratching series of public hangouts between their rotund ruler Kim Jong Un and ex-NBA sideshow Dennis Rodman (who was later kicked out of the country for vomiting and defecating all over a North Korean hotel), to the hacking of Sony over the release of a satire film, it’s obvious that the Kim’s are oh-so-obsessed with Hollywood. The late Kim Jong Il had a real love affair with Hollywood films and was reported to have over 30,000 movies in his collection, his favorites being all things James Bond, Friday the 13th, Rambo, and Godzilla. Apparently, Kim Jong Un is less forgiving of Hollywood parodies than his father, who let Team America: World Police slip by without any threats to our safety. Or maybe the bespectacled ex-“Dear Leader” was just a really big South Park fan. Though we may have to wait a long time to see it, the mythical assassination of Kim Jong Un in The Interview sounds pretty damn hilarious. Reports claim Kim Jong Un’s death is staged to the tune of Katy Perry’s “Firework” as a missile hits his helicopter causing his head—and ridiculous hairdo—to explode into smithereens. “If Kim Jong Un and his henchmen were upset before, wait till they see the movie we’re going to make.”It’s this grisly scenario that’s apparently set off a strange and unfortunate series of events, including a massive cyber-attack on Sony, threats against movie theaters screening the film, theater chains backing out of exhibiting it, and finally, Sony bending to the will of hackers and yanking the film altogether. Indeed, the Japanese-owned corporation has set a horrible precedent. But have no fear my fellow Americans: it’s Larry Flynt to the rescue. With his proposed porn parody This Ain’t The Interview XXX set to film in 2015, Flynt has put his money where his big mouth is. And once again shows the world how it’s done. Sony might be afraid of North Korea, but Flynt isn’t. He’s ready for the fight. “I’ve spent a lifetime fighting for the First Amendment, and no foreign dictator is going to take away my right to free speech,” Flynt told EW. “If Kim Jong Un and his henchmen were upset before, wait till they see the movie we’re going to make.” Details on the movie are slim, but we know it will be a riff on The Interview’s plot—two bumbling idiots tasked by the CIA to assassinate Kim Jong Un. With the freedom of expression that an XXX rating allows, I can only imagine the extreme acts that might be inflicted on Kim Jong Un in Flynt’s upcoming film. Will the North Korean dictator have a similarly strong reaction to an over-the-top porn flick plotting his demise, presumably starring characters named Seth Rimjob, James Fucko, and Kim Dong Uncut? Or perhaps Franco, meta-celeb extraordinaire, could star in the movie himself? After all, he’s already stripped down with Seth on national television.

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Dec 21 14 4:52 AM

Here's a report of a video game spoof of Kim Jun-un that's been in the works for a long time and is going to be released soon by it's creator, Jeff Miller, who says he "is now more motivated than ever to finish his game." http://www.denverpost.com/music/ci_27172102/kim-jong-un-game-spoof-glorious-leader-moving?source=pkg Kim Jong Un game spoof 'Glorious Leader!' moving forwardBy Derrik J. Lang AP Entertainment WriterPOSTED:   12/19/2014 02:16:26 PM MSTADD A COMMENTUPDATED:   12/19/2014 02:56:43 PM MST LOS ANGELES (AP) — The creator of a satirical video game that depicts Kim Jong Un as a gun-toting, unicorn-riding hero has no plans to cancel his zany creation following a cyberattack and threats of violence against Sony Pictures that the FBI has attributed to North Korea. In fact, "Glorious Leader!" creator Jeff Miller is now more motivated than ever to finish his game. While North Korea forces have frequently been depicted as the adversary in games, such as "Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 2" and "Homefront," ''Glorious Leader!" cast the nation's leader as the protagonist — with cameos from such folks as Dennis Rodman and Kim Jong Il. The retro-style, run-and-gun game comically puts players in the shoes of a super-powered Kim Jong Un as he battles waves of American drones and soldiers with weapons like a machine gun and bazooka. Miller is planning levels set in such locations as the streets of Pyongyang and atop Paektu Mountain. He's now planning another on the Sony Pictures backlot. "We want the game to be a topical as possible," said Miller, adding he hasn't received any threats from North Korea or hackers and isn't afraid of any backlash because the game makes Kim Jong Un "look totally awesome." Miller's Atlanta, Georgia-based Moneyhorse Games has been independently working on the tongue-in-cheek game off and on for over a year. In response to the fallout from the cyberattack this week, Miller launched a crowdfunding campaign Wednesday asking for $55,000 by Jan. 15 to finish "Glorious Leader!" He had originally planned to release it earlier this year. He'd raised about $3,500 from 151 backers as of mid-day Friday. "I should probably ask for more funds now to beef up our cybersecurity," Miller said. "We didn't know things were going to get this weird." Miller, who plans to release the downloadable game for PC and mobile devices, said Thursday he also reached out to Microsoft Corp. and Sony Corp. about making the game available on their respective Xbox and PlayStation consoles. Microsoft declined to distribute "Glorious Leader!" However, he said Sony was responsive when he last communicated with the company in October before the attack. "I think I'll wait a little while before I reach out to them again," Miller said. A spokesman for Sony Computer Entertainment of America did not immediately return messages seeking comment.

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