The First Silly Article Of 2015 | Security Related | But Really Silly

How to not spread propaganda in North Korea. AKA “The Interview” via balloon drops.

– Balloons are not clandestine.
– The activist announced his plans in advance.
– Who has DVD players in North Korea?
– Who has computers in North Korea?
– Back to point #1, “The two Koreas traded gunfire in October over propaganda balloons”. Err, clandestine? Really?
– Nobody really likes the movie. A few laughs, nothing more.
– If they have it together watch North Korea shoot those balloons out of sky as soon as they pass the DMZ – The Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ; Hangul: 한반도 비무장지대; hanja: 韓半島非武裝地帶).

On a more serious note, why provoke war or, at least, an elevated security stance.


Jock Pereira | | | 978-666-4000


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