Saturday, March 26, 2011

When You "Live" in North Korea, Every Day is Earth Day

All over the planet, the "socially conscious" are turning off their lights for an hour today.  They're doing it for Gaia, to fight "global warming," to reduce the evil "carbon footprint." Electricity is a capitalist evil, don't ya know?

The Dear Glorious Leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea has a better idea, of course.  Every hour of every day of every year is Earth Day in the DPRK! As this satellite photo shows, North Korea does not suffer the curse of electricity.

Soon, thanks to the efforts of our environmentalists, we will follow in the footsteps of the Dear Leader, and join him and the people of North Korea in protecting Gaia!


  1. The Dear Leader should partner with Al Gore in selling carbon offsets. He would get cash to decorate his palaces, feed his troops a bowl of rice a day and erect more statues of himself all the while getting political cover from the environmental windbags.

    Win, win, win!

  2. Great post. RT'd it here:!/kylemcinnes/status/51848067456040960