Skip to comments.Pro North Korean Communists Chant Obama Slogan in Spanish
Posted on 11/16/2011 6:37:28 PM PST by Nachum
My fearless friend Cliff Kincaid of Americas Survival attended the pro North Korean Workers World Party National Conference in New York on November 13.
He recorded this video before he was kicked out.
Watch WWP operative Teresa Gutierrez call for freedom for terrorist lawyer Lynne Stewart (now serving 10 years in prison for illegally assisting Islamic terrorist clients), Leonard Peltier (who killed two FBI agents), and five Cuban spies in prison in the U.S.
Watch the crowd chant Si Se Puede!, Cesar Chavezs old slogan, now a communist battle cry. Barack Obamas campaign anglicized this in 2008, as Yes we can!
(Excerpt) Read more at trevorloudon.com ...
I missed the NKWWPNC? Dangit.
North Korea: Where the poor literally starve to death. Where reading a South Korean pamphlet can get you shot and your extended family sent to concentration camps for (a very short) life. Where less than $1 a person is spent on “public heath”, mostly on loyalists in Pyongyang, where ordinary citizens are not allowed. The 99% are literally dirt poor slaves.
Where the Sangun policy means “military first”, everyone and everything else is last. Only about 7% of their roads are even paved.
Yes, who wouldn’t fight for that?? /sarcasm
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Only in America!
The best Hibachi show I ever saw was done by a Hispanic dude. (Maybe I should get out more.)
Now, the NORKs are shouting slogans in Spanish to support Obama......
Thanks for posting this Nachum.
These people are just not happy here and I wish they would just leave. Go where everything is already just as they want it to be.
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