Rage Against the Machine’s “Killing In The Name” Performed By the North Korean Military Chorus : A Clever Fake

Want to see North Kore­a’s Mil­i­tary Cho­rus per­form Rage Against the Machine’s “Killing In The Name”? You real­ly do? This may be the clos­est you’ll ever get.  Watch it, and thank YouTu­ber Lars von Retriev­er for the clever edit…

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