September 17, 2011

Gallivanting In North Korea

A tourism message from Our Glorious Leader:
Chinese tourists gallivant along a golf course at the Mount Kumgang resort in North Korea. The course has been closed for three years, after a South Korean tourist was shot to death by North Korean guards at the resort and South Korean officials banned tourists from the site. This summer, North Korean officials started a program reaching out to Chinese tourism officials and others to restore the resort. (Goh Chai Hin/AFP/Getty Images) #

In North Korea it is forbidden to break par. Bad karma.
But Our Glorious Leader has decreed that it is permissible to take a mulligan.

Seriously, this country is nothing but a giant prison.
This is a photo of Central Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea and its largest city, taken by David Guttenfelder of the Associated Press.

H/T Fark


Doom said...

Like skulls that have been stripped of material and bleached and dead roses, Obama and North Korea just go together.

Maybe he is looking for a place that will take him when he leaves (escapes) from office, after his "presidency". Why is escaping a notion for most black leaders, when they "retire", worldwide? Hopefully he will take his czars, advisers, and 'civil armies' as well.

Anonymous said...

Yes, Doom, and they have a golf course.

sig94 said...

Tyranny is a logical outcome of liberalism/statism. Liberals think they know what's best for everyone (in reality what's best for them)and a tyrant simply seeks to impose his will through brute force - much like unions.

LSP said...

North Korea is awesome and so is The Episcopal Church.

Just sayin'.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

Could you imagine walking up to the sight of that city every morning? The suicide rate must be very high.

Anonymous said...

… is not another prison, its hell, don’t forget the poor souls without power or resources to get out of there…

Kid said...

That's the same course that the Great Reader shot 11 holes in One on. The first time he played.

Bona-fido NK News story. You can find it here somewhere along with all the other NK propaganda.