North Korean Dicator Kim Jong Il has Died.

by lewwaters

BBC reports here,

North Korean leader Kim Jong-il has died at the age of 69, state-run television has announced.

His death was announced in an emotional statement read out on national television.

The announcer, wearing black, said he had died on Saturday of physical and mental over-work.

The BBC’s Lucy Williamson in Seoul says his death will cause huge shock waves across North Korea.

UK Daily Mail reports here

“Kim is believed to have suffered a stroke in 2008 but appeared relatively vigorous in photos and video from recent trips to China and Russia and in numerous trips around the country carefully documented by state media.

The leader, reputed to have had a taste for cigars, cognac and gourmet cuisine, was believed to have had diabetes and heart disease.

The news came as North Korea prepared for a hereditary succession.”

May he endure for all eternity what he gave to those under his rule.

9 Comments to “North Korean Dicator Kim Jong Il has Died.”

  1. I think it says something when the little maniac bastard has croaked and the news media is reporting that there are North Koreans in “tears” at the news.

    The little maniac bastard has starved North Korea almost to death whilst living a lavish lifestyle and torturing the people of North Korea, yet there are obviously a few “useful idiots” who will mourn his death.

    I long for the day when the “useful idiots” in societies are summarily rounded up and shot like the worthless pigs that they are. The gene pool seriously needs to be “cleansed”.


  2. Jong is dead, de doo do do….

    That’s what I said, de doo do do….

    Sing it with me now!


  3. Kim Jong Il has bit the dust, doo daa, doo daa

    He assumed room temperature, Oh doo daa day 😉


  4. When Stalin died (1952), the vast majority of his supporters ceased immediately supporting the policies of his regime. The same thing also happened when TITO died in Yugoslavia. Unfortunately, I don’t believe the same thing will happen in North Korea.

    Kim Jong Il inherited his power after his father, Kim Il Sung died in 1994. I think his son Kim Jong Un will probably become the next leader. There have been some unconfined reports that Kim Jong Un has been already announced as leader.

    Sadly, it’s the people of North Korea that are going to continue to suffer the most from the continuation of this regime. Only the people of North Korea can initiate the necessary change the country needs to become a democratic, free and stable nation.

    Maybe the two Korean peninsulas will become reunited?


  5. I’m not sure if what North Korea is getting as his successor is any better than him.


  6. The oriental culture lends naturally itself to either dictatorship or leadership by parody.


  7. Boy, that came out “messed up”. Let’s try that again:

    “The oriental culture tends to naturally drift towards either dictatorship or leadership by parody”.

    Time for more coffee…


  8. I wonder how many countries he i9nvaded under false pretenses.


  9. Wasn’t it somewhere I heard within the past few days that Un and the military are sharing power?


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