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Tearful, apologetic Kim thanks North Korean people

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Curious. Fingers crossed the people of North Korea realise the damage that this monarchy has visited on them, and seek to end it.

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It's hard not to cry when so many of your people are desperate, have died, and you've taken and taken and taken but haven't given anything back. Just a bunch of death raining phallic missiles. Makes you want to wipe back tears, doesn't it?

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This is China's creation. Anything happens it is on them.

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...and legend will soon have it that his tears turned to diamonds as they fell...

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Wow, what are the dates on those pictures? I wonder if they were all taken in the same decade.

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Crocodile tears

All this pudgy rolly polly cares about is himself

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Who’s going to nominate him for a Nobel?

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DPRK has enough money to purchase all the food it needs on the open market. Kim chooses to put into nuclear weapons and delivery vehicles.

Not a dime!

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Food and medicine are precious commodities. Lives of the inhabitants are important resources for nation-building. Farmers and their families are the backbone of Planet Earth. Leaders have to love their people whole-heartedly.

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I am not at all sure that is him. His "appearances" have been rare and sporadic for a while now. Something is going on behind the scenes in NK.

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Apologizing to his people? Setting an example for the man-child in the white house.

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I am not at all sure that is him. His "appearances" have been rare and sporadic for a while now. Something is going on behind the scenes in NK.

Is it something sinister and secretive? Come on, give us a hint. Who’s really pulling the strings?

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Bob Fosse

Is it something sinister and secretive? Come on, give us a hint. Who’s really pulling the strings?

I do not know, and neither does CNN et al. But take this scenario: He is dead or dying, and the inner circle has to figure out a way to keep the regime running. What do you do?

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I do not know, and neither does CNN et al. But take this scenario: He is dead or dying, and the inner circle has to figure out a way to keep the regime running. What do you do?

Have him make a public speech, obviously.

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