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Here is the formal statement I gave to Federal Police on 16 June 2012:
On a trip to visit family in Seoul in April, I was approached by a man and a woman who claimed to be North Korean defectors. They presented me with a DVD that recently came into their possession and asked me to translate it. They also asked me to post the completed film on the Internet so that it could reach a worldwide audience. I believed what I was told and an agreement was made to protect their identities (and mine).
Despite my concerns about what I was viewing when I returned home, I proceeded to translate and post the film on You Tube because of the film’s extraordinary content. I have now made public my belief that this film was never intended for a domestic audience in the DPRK. Instead, I believe that these people, who presented themselves as ‘defectors’ specifically targeted me because of my reputation as a translator and interpreter.
Furthermore, I now believe these people work for the DPRK. The fact that I have continued to translate and post the film in spite of this belief does not make me complicit in their intention to spread their ideology. I chose to keep posting this film because – regardless of who made it – I believe people should see it because of the issues it raises and I stand by my right to post it for people to share and discuss freely with each other.
On legal advice I have blurred the identity of the presenter and/or blacked out certain elements in order to avoid censorship.
6:54 Creating Ideas & Illusions
25:00 Beware the 1%
28:10 Emulating Psychosis
31:21 Rewriting History
41:15 The Birth of Propaganda
45:49 Cover Ups and Omissions
1:01:50 International Diplomacy
1:14:36 The Cult of Celebrity
1:35:00 The Revolution Starts Now
Please share and discuss with as many people as you can, and if you have questions for me or want to discuss the content further, please do so below or go to: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Propagandafilm/427263763965283
Transcribed audio from ‘How To Frame A Picture: Taping The Back’
For taping off the back of the frame Sarah from Framing Online is going to have scissors, tape, stanley knife and her frame ready to go. If you have your own frame there just lay it gently face-down. Take your new roll of tape, pull it across the back of your framed image. Take the left-hand side of that and apply firm pressure and pull it across, down to the right and use your stanley knife to cut it to the edge. Gently cut in on either side of your frame onto the tape and then use your fingers to firmly apply pressure firstly just on the inside of the rebate and then against the base once you’ve pulled your tape in. And then use your thumb to exert firm pressure to make sure your tape attaches and bonds well. Turn your frame around. Apply your tape again. Trim just slightly inside from the edges, take your stanley knife and cut it in neatly to the corners of the frame. Push your finger in, bring your tape down and apply firm pressure on the inside edge of the frame, then firmly apply the rest of the tape. If you don’t have a stanley knife take a pair of ordinary kitchen scissors, put your tape on evenly at one end, pull it across to the other end of your frame, just trim it with the scissors on the inside edge just inside the frame width and use the scissors just to cut on the inside where it sits against the frame edge. Trim it on the inside edge so that you can firmly apply your tape against the inside edge of your frame and then against the flexi-tab. That looks great.
If you have any queries don’t hesitate to call us or email us at Framing Online.
You can purchase a roll of framing tape from our website here: http://www.framingonline.co.nz/shop/Framing-Hardware/tapes.html