Some nations back up their threats with nuclear weapons, or at least the latest in conventional warfare technology. A select few also have the privilege of playing the trade embargo card while seated at the negotiation table.
North Korea — they just show this video of 4, 5 and 6-year olds playing classical guitar pieces in unison. Their nuclear weapons program is merely ancillary to the implications of that threat.
Indeed, regardless of how impressive the skill displayed here may be, Pyongyang managing to get five kids of this age to sit still for 3.5 minutes — let alone play classical guitar — is by far the more monumental, menacing feat.
Just think of what they can do with their adults. Their “little people”? I tell you, the possibilities are as limitless as they are disturbing. That said, let this be yet another warning of what Kim Jong-Il is capable of.
Who knows, this very well could be the theme song of the invasion; blasted from loudspeakers atop DPRK tanks rolling through the city streets of the conquered. First Seoul, then Tokyo. All the way to Lincoln’s lap in the National Mall — the venue where this classical guitar outfit stages its first “American” performance.
You’ve been warned…