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This courtesy of Steve Aftergood’s Secrecy News.

No word on how North Korea is viewing "Lord of the Rings The Two Towers" or Spielberg’s new one "Catch me if you Can"


"In what must be the oddest sign of escalating tensions between the
United States and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK),
the North Koreans have lashed out at the latest James Bond movie,
"Die Another Day."

"’The 20th installment of the American movie series James Bond 007
describes our Republic as an axis of evil and incites North-South
confrontation and has contents that groundlessly belittle and
humiliate our nation and even viciously insult our race,’ according
to a December 19 broadcast on the Korean Central Broadcast Station in

"’We view this not as a certain movie producer’s problem but as a
product of the United States’ policy of belittling the Korean nation
and its hostile policy toward the DPRK."

"’The movie is intolerable."

"See ’The United States’ Shoddy Act of Insulting the Korean Nation,"
translated by the Foreign Broadcast Information Service, here:


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