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Dennis Rodman Tweeted At Kim Jong-un, Asking Him To Free An American Sentenced To Hard Labor In North Korea
Look: say what you will about Dennis Rodman and his budding friendship with Kim Jong Un, but know that he might just be the most vital person to our national security. Not just through his diplomatic schmoozing, however unsuccessful, but his not-so-covert penetration of Kim Jong Un’s inner circle. That’s hallowed and exclusive territory right there, largely impervious to CIA overtures, disguised or not.
Dennis Rodman’s trip to North Korea with the Harlem Globetrotters has been covered extensively. What hasn’t been covered, though, is what this means for the sport of basketball in North Korea, or, more specifically, what North Korea’s intentions with basketball may or may not be. Luckily, I’ve hacked this matrix of hoops and uncovered the awesome truth.
Dennis Rodman’s North Korea Sojourn Was Criticized By The Man With The Greatest Name In Name History
Earlier today, we tried to take a balanced view of Dennis Rodman’s trip to North Korea. Earlier today, a man criticized that trip… a man with a name we couldn’t possibly look at objectively.
Dennis Rodman Actually Did Meet With Kim Jong Un, And Then Everyone Got Drunk, Apparently. What Does It All Mean?
OK, so it seems that North Korea still hates America in the abstract, therefore making Dennis Rodman’s much-ballyhooed “basketball diplomacy” trip something less than a smashing success, international-relations-wise. But before you declare the trip an outright failure, know this: Rodman, by all accounts, actually met with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Join us as we try to find the meaning of it all.
North Korea conducted underground tests two weeks ago, in defiance of the UN. They say they need to protect themselves against the U.S. So VICE Media sent Dennis Rodman to save the day. Can Dennis Rodman save us all?
The Koreas Are Now “Naughty” And “Nice,” According To An Australian Newspaper Obviously In Hot Water
Unless some groundbreaking events in global diplomacy just went down, I’m pretty sure North Korea is still North Korea and South Korea is South Korea with the 38th parallel still firmly separating the two. For whatever reason, Australian daily newspaper, The Mx, doesn’t agree. They branded the two Koreas as “Naughty” and “Nice” in a printed medal count on Wednesday. Try and guess which is which after the jump.
Little mix-up before the North Korean women’s soccer team was set to face Colombia. No big deal. Just a tiny, eensy little problem. You know: showing South Korea’s flag. The embarrassing details after the jump.
After the U.S. women’s soccer team beat North Korea 2-0 earlier today, North Korea coach Kim Kwang Min had an interesting rationale as to why his team lost.