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DPRK Calls Hollywood Movie an ‘Act of War’

Posted: June 26th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Favorite New Thought . . ., From The Web, Movie Review, News | Tags: , , , , , , | Comments Off on DPRK Calls Hollywood Movie an ‘Act of War’

DPRK Calls Hollywood Movie an 'Act of War'

Our most fovourite dictatorship, the DPRK has released a statement warning the US of serious retaliation if an upcoming comedy casting irony at the North Korean leader is not banned immediately.

North Korea has denounced a ‘The Interview’ a forthcoming American comedy film featuring a plot to assassinate its leader Kim Jong Un as an act of terrorism, the communist nation has threatened to unleash a “merciless counter-measure” if Washington fails to ban the movie.

The movie, starring Seth Rogen and James Franco, is scheduled for release in October this year :: Read the full article »»»»


Australian Billionaire Clive Palmer Claims Green Groups Funded by CIA

Posted: March 25th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Business News, Socially Engineered, They Said What | Tags: , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Australian Billionaire Clive Palmer Claims Green Groups Funded by CIA

Australian Billionaire Clive Palmer Claims Green Groups Funded by CIAAustralian mining magnate Clive Palmer has outlandishly accused the United States Government of funding environmental group Greenpeace via the CIA to undermine Australia’s coal mining sector. Palmer made the extraordinary claim over Greenpeace’s plan to use the court system to tie up coal mining applications.

Palmer is apparently angry at Greenpeace’s plan to use lawyers to thwart future coal mining projects and claims funding is coming from US environmental charity the Rockefeller Foundation. He alleges it is funded by the CIA and says it is trying to harm Australia’s industry and help American interests.

Palmer referred to a paper produced by environmental group Greenpeace which calls for action to stop the expansion of the Queensland coal industry. Greenpeace’s plans were leaked to the media earlier this month as it organises a campaign to raise $6 million to fund legal battles against controversial coal mining projects across Australia :: Read the full article »»»»