Tuesday, October 28, 2008

North Korean Kim Jong-il is Dying Or DEAD

I am sure that someone in North Korea is able to read the internet, sometimes has the ability to cruise a few blogs in the free world. On the off chance that one of those lucky few stumbles upon this blog, here is a NEWS FLASH...the mealy mouth mini me midget, Kim Jong-il is either DEAD, or is dying!

The Pyongyang Times can stop with their propaganda campaign, as we are NOT BUYING. We know the little whack job is incapcitated, and in fact some in the Free World believe he has already died, kicked the bucket, been given a one way ticket on the Straight Talk Express Bus to Hell. The people of North Korea should break their shackles of slavery, should invite the world to come in and save them. Three Cheers, tip a mug in honor, the midget had died, and his sons are not worthy of the crown.

North Korean paper says Kim Jong-il had busy summer

PYONGYANG, Oct. 28, 2008 (Reuters) — North Korean leader Kim Jong-il had an exceptionally busy time in the hot summer months of July and August, a North Korean weekly reported, as the outside world wondered if he was recovering from a stroke.

U.S. and South Korean officials said the reclusive Kim likely suffered a stroke in August but was still firmly in control of Asia's only communist dynasty, which has vexed the region through its pursuit of nuclear weapons.

"It is not a memory of the sizzling heat. It is the remembrances of inspection tours leader Kim Jong-il had made to army units and industrial sectors in mid-summer," The Pyongyang Times, an English-language weekly, said in its latest edition released at the weekend.

Other Stories About the DEAD LEADER of North Korea:

TOKYO, Oct. 28, 2008 (Reuters) — North Korean leader Kim Jong-il is probably in hospital but is unlikely to be completely unable to make decisions, Japanese Prime Minister Taro Aso said on Tuesday, citing intelligence sources in various countries.

SEOUL, Oct. 20, 2008 (Reuters) — South Korea's ministry responsible for ties with the North said on Monday no unusual activity was observed in North Korea on the day media said Pyongyang might make an important announcement.

SEOUL, Oct. 13, 2008 (Reuters) — Pictures of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il issued by the communist state may be several months old and possibly taken before his reported illness, South Korean media said on Monday, raising more questions about his health.

SEOUL, Oct. 11, 2008 (Reuters) — North Korean state TV broadcast pictures of Kim Jong-il on Saturday as the reclusive country stepped up its campaign to show its leader was healthy after reports surfaced last month he may have suffered a stroke.

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