North Korea’s Hell March

Mmm. Military upskirt.

Earlier this year, North Korea let a bunch of international journalists in to document evidence of the country’s enormous, throbbing doom cock. Apparently the military parade was part of a campaign to establish Kim Jong-il’s youngest son as ruler-in-waiting.  This stunning slow-motion footage (shot on high end Canon60D and 1DmkIV camera with a smooth-tracking pocket dolly) was captured by UK Guardian reporters. Shortly thereafter, Galaxygamma came up with the completely unsettling idea of juxtaposing the “Hell March” theme from Command & Conquer: Red Alert with the Guardian’s footage.

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5 Responses to “North Korea’s Hell March”

  1. alicith jones Says:

    fantastic, thanks mer!!
    haven’t played much c&c since burning through generals years ago, but ahhh memories! it’s nice to hear music i enjoyed killing folks to being used in such wonderful ways ^_^

  2. Tertiary Says:

    Hmmm. Very well synced.
    You know, it occurs to me that if one of those divisions of soldiers showed up to the parade locked and loaded, along with half of the armor, say, they could destroy the ruling regime in a matter of minutes.

  3. Jamie Says:

    Oh good, I’m going to have nightmares for a while now…

  4. Meredith Yayanos Says:

    Yeah, nightmare city, right? Eesh.

  5. Yseult Says:

    Wow. Text book propaganda. I myself have always been afraid of small tiny guys with huge inferiority complex’s like Kim Jong-il most likely has. I wish I knew if his army is marching with national pride or if they are marching with fear for their families lives who might be killed if they do not serve. One thing is for sure, this army looks sinister with this music. Especially those three women who are smiling on the sideline; VERY sinister. Sweet uniforms though. :(