View Full Version : North Korean Propaganda Posters (Recent)
02-04-2003, 08:50 PM
These are recent propaganda posters from N. Korea. Take a look:
You cant read them.....but you get the jist
04-24-2003, 09:17 PM
the pics are not there, please fix it
I love stuff like this. It's pretty perverse, I know...
04-24-2003, 10:56 PM
where's the pics?
04-25-2003, 12:00 AM
What about this!
Harking back to the '50s...?
stuntman: where did you find that anyway?
04-25-2003, 12:41 AM
Well if you guys would of responded when I first posted this thread way back in Febuary, you would of gotten to see the pics. But now they are gone. Anyways it was a bunch of anti-American propoganda, like a Korean missle hitting the US Capital building, stuff like that.
I'd like to hear the outburst if the US made posters with Tomahawks hitting some national capitals...
04-25-2003, 01:43 AM
I bet all the Korean text in those photos reads
"Oh sh*t how are we gonna pull this off!?!"
Why have the US government make posters with tomahawks going into their government buildings when CNN does a nice job of it already? rofl
Interesting point :)
But how about posters of american soldiers and weapon taking a dump on Pyongyang. It would be proof of antagonism, right? It would be considered to be warmongering, which is exactly what N-Korea is doing.
Oh, well, silly propaganda, it's of course for the benefit of the great unwashed ;)
04-25-2003, 07:41 PM
You cant beat the ROK position of attention. Its like the dude is going to jump out and give you a flying ishinryu punch. opps wrong thread
Thanks budanski, that rocked! rofl
05-01-2003, 04:40 PM
Here, I found one of the ones that were red X's-
05-08-2003, 04:35 PM
That is a very violent image in that first photo.
Heres a couple of links about North Korean propaganda...
Page about propaganda urging those in the South to defect to the North:
A good article about how the North organises it's various propaganda organisations. Propaganda is a very important business in the North:
"North Korea defines propaganda and agitation as "acts of indoctrinating the people with revolutionary ideas to reform them into a new kind of human being who acts in accordance with party instructions." Propaganda and agitation activities are considered a powerful means for internal and external revolution in North Korea."
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