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North Korea's Internet Is Out Again After They Call President Obama A 'Monkey'

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North Korea's internet goes down for a second time

Call it karma!

Kim Jong-Un's people recently came out and decided to call President Barack Obama a 'monkey' over his feelings about free speech and The Interview.

[ Related: Kim Jong-Un's People Call President Obama A Racial Slur After The Interview Is Released ]

Well, coincidentally, the country's internet is down again!

Previously, when their web went down on Monday, they released a statement saying:

"The U.S., a big country, started disturbing the Internet operation of major media of the DPRK, not knowing shame like children playing a tag"

We look forward to seeing what they have to say about the outage this time around!

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11 comments to “North Korea's Internet Is Out Again After They Call President Obama A 'Monkey'”

  1. jan says – reply to this


    They did not call him a monkey! They said his words and actions were like a monkey in the tropics…..I agree…He is all over the place with his words and actions. He needs to learn to be a leader and lead this country. Maybe junior senators aren't qualified to be president.

  2. Fitzzz says – reply to this


    Why ,Oh Why Oh Why is it a RACIAL slur when Obama is called a monkey
    But when some slut from CNN called Bush a monkey it was OK ?

  3. Blacks are perfects? says – reply to this


    Re: Fitzzz – Wow ! I have always believed that this state of fact was well knew by everyone in this country.
    A black person is still allowed to name calling you a monkey, but NEVER should be tolerated the opposite!
    Duh! Welcome in the Retarded-States of Amerika.

  4. Em says – reply to this


    And WW3 begins…

  5. Gyurltrini says – reply to this


    well I figure in reality it's one of three things:
    1. Chances are it is their own ineptitude (either their technological resources don't know how to handle this problem or they're just grossly inefficient in this area) that is causing their internet blackout, but they just want to accuse the USA to save face. Or,
    2. They infected their own internet service providers when they hacked Sony (either Sony's computers had a virus on them that caused this, or the same virus they infected Sony's computers with transmitted to their internet service provider's and consequently caused damage there), but they're too embarrassed to admit it, so they're blaming the USA. Or,
    3. Their Internet Service Providers (very stupidly) decided to host everything on American (or some other country's) hardware, and the hack of Sony's computers caused a violation of the agreement between the hosting company and the Internet Service Provider, and as a result, said hosting provider decided to shut them down, and because of this they're blaming the USA - but that's the only legitimate reason to blame the USA though.

  6. who knows? says – reply to this


    Emmm.. I'd rather go for the idea that Taylor Swift's label has did it… Probably North Korea has made unauthorized copycat of the singer.

  7. 7

    Re: Gyurltrini – I totally agree with your suggestions and having worked in the telecom business for 22 years before retiring, any of the options you suggested are feasible. I had a few dealings with South Korea and they were hard to get ahold of but were very helpful when you finally got a contact.

  8. 8

    Well he does resemble one!

  9. 6one9 says – reply to this


    Re: PorshaJo – Racist much “` B!TCH?

  10. Mitanni says – reply to this


    Dehumanization is never a good thing. “Since 2001, the U.S. government has abandoned its role as a champion of human rights and has perpetrated terrible and illegal abuses in prisons in Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo, sent prisoners secretly to other nations to be tortured, denied the applicability of the Geneva Convention restraints, and severely restricted time-honored civil liberties within our own country. Certain political leaders of other nations, who are inclined to perpetrate human rights abuses to quiet dissenting voices and were previously restrained by positive influence from Washington, now feel free to emulate or exceed the abuses approved by American leaders.” Republicans act from fear.
    ― Jimmy Carter, Beyond the White House: Waging Peace, Fighting Disease, Building Hope

  11. WoopiesPoopedMyBoxers says – reply to this


    Who cares,didn't he call our cops stupid?.What comes around goes around.