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Katy Perry Fireworks and North Korea
I think Katy Perry 's fireworks , which appeared in the Interview movie, depicts Kim Jong UN and North Korea accurately both in the movie and in real life.
"Do you ever feel like a plastic bag?"
An analogy to the failing state of the NK government
"Do you ever feel like a house of cards, one blow from caving in"
Depicts the fragility of the NK regime, the "blow" is a metaphor to things such as a natural catastrophe
"Do you ever feel, buried six feet deep, screams but no one seems to hear a thing"
An allusion to other countries stance to NK
"Do you know that there is a spark in you, cause there is a spark in you"
The only hope for NK is revolution or reform
"You just gotta ignite and let it shine"
Kim Jong UN have to make his choices
"Baby you are a firework"
That's how Kim died in the interview. He exploded
"You don't have to feel like a wasted space, you are special, cannot be replaced"
Kim is revered in North Korea. This highlights if change are to occur, he have to be the leading force.
"Maybe there is a reason why all doors are closed"
Many reasons that North Korea does not communicate with the world
Maybe the song subtly urges Kim for change?
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RE: Katy Perry Fireworks and North Korea
(09-07-2016 11:54 AM)HSHARK Wrote: I think Katy Perry 's fireworks , which...
somefucker Wrote:Maybe the song subtly urges Kim for change?
I'm just a normal functioning member of the human race and there's no way anyone can prove otherwise.
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