Kim Jong-il (1941/42 – 2011)

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What are the chances? Kim Jong-il dying at about the same time as Christopher Hitchens who absolutely despised the North Korean dictator. Some coincidence, yes?

While Hitchens’ death was mostly lamented and regretted, Kim’s death was mourned openly, as evidenced by this YouTube video, to a degree that is quite bewildering. Now that is deeply disturbing.

Either the North Korean people genuinely loved the degenerate old tosser, or the show of grief is a put-on by a fearful populace. I’m going with the latter.

The passing of this evil tyrant will be mostly welcomed by all people in the world who have their heads screwed on right, but it also leaves everyone a bit jittery about what’s going to happen to the country which has nuclear capability. Kim’s successor, his own son Kim Jong-un appears to be just as evil, if not more so, just judging by this picture embedded after fact number 14 of this article in The Telegraph.

Off course there are a few sub-humans in the world who are at this moment bemoaning the death of Kim Jong-il and the decimation of the Despots Club; most notably one Robert Gabriel Mugabe of Zimbabwe. And it’s only a matter of time until some dingbat in South Africa’s own dictatorship-in-the-making, the ANC, will come out publicly to sing the praises of Dear Leader.

Now if only Mad Bob would croak before the end of the year in less than two weeks; it would be a bumper year indeed for the obliteration of tyrannical pieces of fecal matter. Come on Santa, make it happen!

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5 thoughts on “Kim Jong-il (1941/42 – 2011)

  1. the dutch had a way of dealing with grief. they got a group of people together, which was paid off. course. their function was to mourn to the extreme. The cabal was called – de huiebakken. People will do funny things for money – even mourn a dictatorial old geezer

  2. Yes old Bob’s death would make a nice christmas present and give us something to really celebrate this new year!

    Funny how Hitchens hated Kim Jong il, but he was one of the only journalists allowed in the country…

    • Hi Ruan,

      Yep, the thought of Mad Bob dying before xmas makes me drool with delight…

      Kim Jong and North Korea provided a cool comparison for religion. CH used that metaphor quite often in his debates etc.

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