We have previously seen some hilarious propaganda films coming out of North Korea, including some directed at children. However, Marc Ambinder at the The Week says that he has found yet another classic North Korean cartoon. This one shows children how to use a protractor by showing that it can be useful in killing Americans.
The film begins in a pastoral scene of a child chasing a rabbit. Another boy sees him and criticizes him for drawing a picture of an American in class rather than listening to the lesson. The younger boy dismisses the concern and says that degrees are easy. However, he then has trouble with his homework and instead draws a helmet with “US” on it. He then goes into the dream where his pencils turn into missiles and he uses geometry to kill Americans. See? Math and geometry is fun and might even allow you to kill Americans!
I still prefer our propaganda from the 1930s, which had better color and funnier scripts:
Source: The Week