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April 28, 2008 | by  | in Online Only |
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Seeing as we are on the topic of Chineese nationalism…

Check out this propaganda video the Chinese made of their first nuclear test in 1964. Its a clip taken from the documentary film “Trinity and Beyond” — an account of American and Soviet nuclear testing since World War 2 (narrated by William Shatner). Lets hope that things have changed since then, cause if they haven’t, then this shit is scary… Big time…

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Conrad is a very grumpy boy. When he was little he had a curl in the middle of his forehead. When he was good, he was moderately good, but when he was mean he was HORRID. He likes guns, bombs and shooting doves. He can often be found reading books about Mussolini and tank warfare. His greatest dream is to invent an eighteen foot high mechanical spider, which has an antimatter lazer attached to its back.

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  1. Jackson Wood says:

    Fuck I LOVE Chinese propaganda. They do it so well.

  2. Haimona Gray says:

    That is actually pretty good, very evocative.
    If elections were based solely on the directorial quality of there ads, like I have been saying for years, then maybe the DAFT party might have a shot.

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