Sunday, December 9, 2012

AMERICA, FUCK YEAH! PSY CAN LICK MY BUTT AND SUCK ON MY BALLS!




FUCK PSY! FUCK THAT KIMCHI EATING FAT FUCKER WHO FUCKS HORSES!



YEAH, DON'T FUCK WITH AMERICA PSY! YOU DO NOT KNOW WHO YOU'RE FUCKING WITH. IF IT WEREN'T FOR US SOLDIERS, KPOP WOULD SOUND LIKE THIS:



OPPA PYEONGYANG STYLE!

IT'S OKAY FOR AMERICANS LIKE ME TO SHIT ON EVERYONE AND SPREAD MY DIARRHEA THROUGHOUT THE INTERNET, BUT FUCK YOU IF YOU DISS AMERICA. WE'LL GET OUR REVENGE ON YOUR FAT ASS...BY WATCHING JUSTIN BIEBER'S BABY MUSIC VIDEO. WHO CARES IF HE'S CANADIAN, AT LEAST HE ISN'T A FUCKING GOOK!



“As a proud South Korean who was educated in the United States and lived there for a very significant part of my life, I understand the sacrifices American servicemen and women have made to protect freedom and democracy in my country and around the world. The song I was featured in — from eight years ago — was part of a deeply emotional reaction to the war in Iraq and the killing of two innocent Korean civilians that was part of the overall antiwar sentiment shared by others around the world at that time… While I’m grateful for the freedom to express one’s self I’ve learned there are limits to what language is appropriate and I’m deeply sorry for how these lyrics could be interpreted. I will forever be sorry for any pain I have caused anyone by those words.”

“I have been honored to perform in front of American soldiers in recent months — including an appearance on the Jay Leno show specifically for them — and I hope they and all Americans can accept my apology… While it’s important we express our opinions, I deeply regret the inflammatory and inappropriate language I used to do so. In my music I try to give people a release, a reason to smile. I have learned that though music, our universal language we can all come together as a culture of humanity and I hope that you will accept my apology.” Source.


Puh-leeeeeeeease you horse fucking fatass. No one buys your fucking lame excuse. Go spread some gochujang over a horse's asshole and lick it off. You're only sorry because you got caught.

AMERICA, FUCK YEAH!

I hate to write this part right here, but everything above was sarcasm. I don't mean it as an insult to the long time readers here, but there are people dumb enough to believe what I wrote is my real reaction to Psy supposedly being anti-American.

In this thread on Hallyu8, there are people actually mad about what he said. Americans routinely bash other countries all of the time, yet when someone bashes America, they get pissed about it. There's a reason why we're the most hated people on the planet: we're assholes to everyone else. A lot of Americans think it's okay to spread their diarrhea, but when someone squirts some diarrhea back, they can't take it.

I don't think what Psy said was right either, but look at the context of what happened and it's plausible as to why Koreans were mad at that time. However, Korean backlash to just one incident doesn't express all of their feelings about the American military. Plenty of Koreans are thankful for the U.S. military. Without the U.S. military presence, Korea would probably be under communist rule. Also, without the U.S. military presence, there wouldn't be a blog called Anti Kpop-Fangirl.

Anyhow, this should have never been an issue if a lot of Americans weren't so sensitive about how others felt about them. Resorting to shitting on Korea/Psy just shows how childish these people are.

29 comments:

  1. Yuri!? Do you kiss Amber with that mouth. You naughty ho

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  2. HOW DARE HE TALK ABOUT DOING TO THOSE SOLDIERS AND THEIR FAMILIES WHAT THEY ACTUALLY DID TO IRAQIS AND THEIR FAMILIES! ONLY WE CAN TALK ABOUT AND ACTUALLY IN REAL LIFE SLAUGHTER INNOCENTS! IF YOU DARE QUESTION US WE'LL FUCK YOU UP! YOU BETTER BE GLAD ABOUT HOW WE KICKED ASS AND OCCUPIED YOU AND NOW USE IT TO BOSS YOU AROUND AT THE EXPENSE OF YOUR OWN CAPTIVE CITIZENS! WHO GIVES A FUCK IF IT REMINDS YOU OF JAPAN BECAUSE WE KICKED THEIR ASS TOO! WE AREN'T HYPOCRITES IF WE ARE STRONGER! WE MAY LISTEN TO ASSHOLES WHO ACTUALLY DO HURT PEOPLE LIKE CHRIS BROWN BUT FUCK PSY FOR TALKING ABOUT BAD THINGS! WE'LL GET HIM BANNED FROM THE RADIO! OUR SOLDIERS PUT THEIR LIVES ON THE LINE TO KILL INNOCENT IRAQIS FOR OUR FREEDOM! HE THINKS HE CAN HUMBLY ASK FORGIVENESS FOR SOMETHING HE SAID 8 YEARS AGO? FUCK NO! ONLY WE CAN CAN DO THAT! WE CAN EVEN DEMAND FORGIVENESS FOR THINGS WE DID 8 YEARS AGO AND CONTINUED TO DO UP TILL NOW WITH INCREASING FREQUENCY! IF WE EVER HAD A GOOD IMPACT ON ANYTHING THAT MEANS EVERYTHING WE DO MUST BE COMPLETELY RIGHTEOUS AND BEYOND REPROACH! DOESN'T HE KNOW THE DIVINE ARMIES OF AMERICA CAN DO NO WRONG? OOOO SAAAY CAN YOU SEEEEEE BYYY THE DAAAWN'S EARLY LIIIIIGHT, WHAT SO PROOOOUDLY WE HAAAILED AT THE TWIIILIGHT'S LAST GLEEEAMING, WHOOOSE BROAD STRIPES AND BRIGHT STAAAARS THROOOUGH THE PEEERILOUS FIIIIGHT, O'ER THE RAAAAMPARTS WE WAAAATCHED, WERE SO GAALLANTLY STREEAMING? AAND THE ROOCKETS' RED GLAAAARE, THE BOMBS BUURSTING IN AAAAIR, GAVE PROOOOF THROUGH THE NIIIIGHT THAT OUR FLAG WAS STILL THEEEERE; O SAAY DOES THAAT STAAR-SPAANGLED BAAAAANNER YET WAAAAAVE, O'ER THE LAAAAND OF THE FREEEEEEEEEE AND THE HOOOOME OF THE BRAAAAAAAAAAAAVE? YES IT DOES MOTHERFUCKER SO SHUT THE FUCK UP AND GO TO HOME YOU SHOULD BE THANKING US FOR!!

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  3. han seungyeon wat r u doin in Best Korea <3

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  4. Debunk:

    We're talking about a big vehicle driving along a road, and running over 2 korean girls crossing a road, a sad loss, sure, but how can you miss a 10 x 4 x 2 vehicle? If you cross a road, common sense says that you let the 20 ton military vehicle pass.

    The priest? Really? As far as I understand, there were only 3 countries obligating their participation in Iraq; The US, the UK, and Denmark. This means (presumably), the priest was present at his own will, assuming he isn't a national of any of the participating countries.

    I don't get why SK were getting dry vagina from something like that.
    Especially when you hold it in context to more serious causes of death relative to South Korea like: car crashes/collisions (both related and un-related to inebriation), Basic murder/homicide which is like 1000 a year. I mean, c'mon.

    This is something that is blowing way out of proportion, from where I sit.

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    1. Well to be fair, the Koreans were mad that the soldiers driving the vehicle got off scot-free because they were acquitted in a US court martial instead of a Korean court of justice. I think anyone would be pissed if some cockwipes from a different country ran out little girls over and got away with it.

      I can agree with you on the priest thing, but remember that this is the same country that crucified BlockB for dicking around in an interview in Thailand because they weren't being "good representatives" of Korea. They probably saw it as the Al Queda taking a fat shit on the collective faces of Korea just because they followed the US into their war.

      Again, not trying to be a Korea apologist, just trying to put some perspective on it. God bless America, double D's, and the first amendment, herpaderpa

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    2. I was thinking the same thing about the tank. That and the fact that they move really slow. I'm sad that they died, but there may be some fault may be on the girls and the people operating the tank. Anyway I kind of expected people to react in such a way, like assholes. But I'm not sure what kind of "anti war" message he was trying to send by call for the killing of everyone who didn't run the girls over with a tank. That said, Chris brown has been horrible (in everything he does) forever and a majority of rap music is about violence or rape but that's ok because that's americans talking about doing that stuff to other (just assuming) americans. Got to love how people in this country think.

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    3. "forever and a majority of rap music is about violence or rape"

      *source

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    4. @zaku - the problem though is that the incident occurred during the midst of on-duty hours and at the time, the agreement between the two countries regarding US military personnel responsible for such things are to be in trial by a court martial was still in effect. Then you got the media and anti-American crowd in Korea twisting stuff around. Putting it simply, while the two deaths were a tragic loss, South Korea wasn't exactly in a position to put the two guys in their own courts because that wasn't part of the SOFA back then.

      Narrow and badly designed roads aren't exactly uncommon in Korea either, which contributes to car-related accidents as well.


      @Del Tanks aren't exactly what I'd call 'slow'. Probably slow compared to other vehicles in top speed but for a heavily armored vehicle moving at a pace of few dozen miles per hour, that's far from slow.

      The M1 Abrams tank weighs nearly 70 tonnes but can still go on at 35 miles per hour on-road. Lighter vehicles like the M2 Bradley AFVs can travel at 41 miles per hour and that's something near 30 tonnes.

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    5. The M60 AVLB's cruise speed is 20 kilometers/h (~12 mph). Slow, not adjusted for the "rough roads" you mention, but I can't imagine it'll have a positive impact on it's top speed.
      Also, the weight is closer to, not just 20 tons, 70 tons. It only has (I think) a 12 cylinder diesel engine, so it isn't going be racing Abrams anytime soon.

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    6. Wait, was it the M60 AVLB used at the time? I thought it was the M104 Wolverine, which is based on the Abrams' platform.

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  5. I support my country, not my government.

    Calling for the killing of country's soldiers can get anyone of that respective country mad. What is worse though is;

    “Kill their daughters, mothers, daughters-in-law and fathers.”
    “Kill them all slowly and painfully.”

    I don't believe in cruel or unusual punishment by anyone to anyone. Saying stuff like what Psy said, that will get you animosity regardless of who it is you are talking about.

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  6. I couldn't stop laughing throughout the MURICA FUCK YEAH song

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  8. What level of cognitive dissonance is involved here where you guys pretend only Americans would react like this to comments coming from what is honestly an ongoing cultural phenomenon?

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    1. I'm not saying that only Americans act like this, but I am saying they act like this way too fucking much.

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  9. "Americans routinely bash other countries all of the time"

    this implies that Americans care about the existence of other countries (or that they have enough brain power to know that other countries exist)

    not buying it.

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    1. They bash the countries they know of. I didn't state that they bash every single country in the world.

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  10. Really? I feel like, it's best if no-one talks about it and Psy can fade into obscurity on his own time instead of being forced into it.

    But since we are talking about it:

    I'm so tired of this same old "anti-America" argument that everyone puts out in defense of someone once they say something really stupid about a nation that more than likely, 60% of their "modern culture" is based off of. It really is cognitive dissonance if you think only Americans would react like this. All the "western countries" hate immigrants/outsiders especially if they aren't western and if you said this there, it would be an even bigger deal. America has just gotten really PC as of late.

    Americans can be pretty fucking extreme when they feel wronged or if they feel like you're attacking them. People forget that the US isn't just LA, Miami, NYC and sometimes DC which is filled with minorities. The MAJORITY of the US is filled with republican voting white people. They aren't Psy loving housewives and talk-show host and entertainers with enough money to buy McMansions in cookie-cutter suburbs. They are factory workers, mechanics and service workers that have sons/fathers/uncles in the military who live in old homes cause they can't afford new ones in towns where people still say "merry Christmas" to everyone and celebrate the 4th of July with more passion than they celebrate anything else. It makes sense they are offended.

    Every country is hypocritical, not just the USA. Also, for that same old "America doesn't care about other countries" argument, ok, then stop fucking caring about what America thinks...don't talk shit about America this, America that and then base your whole fucking concept of modern society off of America. Move to some other damn country and live in hypocrisy their way since the American way isn't working for you. At least the US isn't always playing the victim like most of the other "America-wannabe" countries.

    Either way, I think it's best if this doesn't become a bigger deal. Psy was destined to be a one-hit-wonder anyway, no need to make him suffer on the way down. Let him get his awards and such for a lucky year and then let him fade...no need for two overly prideful countries to go to war over one man who said some pretty ignorant and extreme things. It's just one man. It's fine.

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  11. boo hoo, americans are butt hurt over a korean saying shit about America. There are reasons why so many people hate America. From its govenment, to its social issues, shit aint black and white.
    The only reason why this is getting a little mainstream action is because its noise from a small group, and in America, these small group makes the loudest noise.

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    1. Comment's like this are why the mass majority of American's outside the "minority hub" hate immigrants. Social issues are bust anyway. Define issue and define Social and then get back to me when everybody gives a damn. More than likely that "small group making noise" is the same group that whose ancestors died in the Korean war so people like Psy could live in South Korea and get to the point where he could make Gangnam style.

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  12. "Oh that's just F*CKING GREAT! I had FINALLY nailed his stupid dance!!! A WEEK OF MY LIFE........WASTED!!!!!!" <-- best comment I found.

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  13. One day soon, China will conquer America and steal the Colonel's secret recipe

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  14. "Plenty of Koreans are thankful for the U.S. military. Without the U.S. military presence, Korea would probably be under communist rule. Also, without the U.S. military presence, there wouldn't be a blog called Anti Kpop-Fangirl."


    I dunno man. Back when I was at Korea from 07-09, there were more Koreans that pretty much look down on the US military and some guys even think that the ROK special forces shits on their US counterparts by a whole margin.

    When you got a huge portion of the population brainwashed to thinking the North can win against both countries in a war, then there's clearly something wrong with the media and education system. Hell, you can still run into a lot of tards who still think China would send troops for the North again.


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  15. First, tanks aren't slow. I've driven them. Secondly, the tank issue was just the last straw. There had been too many cases of soldiers, airmen, and Marines busting up bars, getting in fights with locals, raping women, knocking women up and leaving them, etc. The problem is when the military justice system and the officer corps that is supposed to keep the enlisted men in line or punish them when they do wrong decides instead to brush problems under the rug and repeatedly find the military personnel not guilty of any wrong doing. This is when it stops being about a few bad apples, and about an imperialistic occupation force that has no problem telling Koreans they are second class citizens in their own land. Have you ever questioned why the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff has the ability to redraw the contentious Northern Limit Line? Did you know he also has the ability to abolish the Korean government? ROK is technically not a real country, because it works off of a UN charter that puts it's safety and governance under the jurisdiction of the US. This is why they had to beg us to give them the OK to build missiles that had longer than a 112 mile range. Seriously, as an American and former soldier, I have no problem with what PSY said. I was pissed off too when I heard about that shit.

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