Kim Jong Il is dead

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    Dec 19, 2011 3:45 AM GMT
    You read it here first!
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    Dec 19, 2011 3:46 AM GMT
    Actually, second. icon_lol.gif
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    Dec 19, 2011 3:46 AM GMT
    Proof or it didn't happen.
  • AlwaysRoaming

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    Dec 19, 2011 5:56 AM GMT
    Good riddance.
  • Musicman91

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    Dec 19, 2011 6:28 AM GMT
    AMoonHawk saidYep ... Ding dong the witch is dead ... the witch is dead ... the wicked witch is dead

    .... but isn't his son going to take over and is suppose to be an even bigger terror?

    http://news.yahoo.com/north-korea-state-tv-says-kim-jong-il-031257363.html



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    "She's worse than the other one was."
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    Dec 19, 2011 6:34 AM GMT
    That guy is a young one.

    I think the next few days will be very interesting indeed, to see how or if the senior Nork leadership works this out: I think there has to be at least one or two top generals who think they can do thinks better than Son of Dear Leader.
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    Dec 19, 2011 6:37 AM GMT
    We will finally be able to get a hold of some good brandy. The little bastard bought up all the good stuff in the world and let his country starve. Loved his hair tough lol.
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    Dec 19, 2011 7:48 AM GMT
    meh one less lil Kim to worry abouticon_razz.gif
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    Dec 19, 2011 11:28 AM GMT
    death of a parasite..............he sucked the blood of his own for far too long.
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    Dec 19, 2011 12:27 PM GMT
    There is hope for the people of North Korea.
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    Dec 19, 2011 12:58 PM GMT
    There is no hope for NK. His son is a bigger peril than he ever was. Can anyone explain how a communist dictatorship like Korea is any diff to a monarchy if the leadership is dictated by succession? Hmmmm... not the socialist agenda I've learnt...
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    Dec 19, 2011 12:59 PM GMT
    sdgman saidYou read it here first!


    Actually, not true... look under "News" and I beat you by a minute or two..

    haha

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    Dec 19, 2011 1:04 PM GMT
    Claystation saidmeh one less lil Kim to worry abouticon_razz.gif


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    Dec 19, 2011 1:05 PM GMT
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    76coopers saidThere is no hope for NK. His son is a bigger peril than he ever was. Can anyone explain how a communist dictatorship like Korea is any diff to a monarchy if the leadership is dictated by succession? Hmmmm... not the socialist agenda I've learnt...
    KJI's "communist" regime was much closer to a monarchist dicatorship than any other communist government in history. I honestly don't think anything's going to get better in North Korea right now.


    My point exactly. The assertion that they are a government 'for the people' is absurd.
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    Dec 19, 2011 1:15 PM GMT
    Trollileo said
    76coopers said
    Trollileo said
    76coopers saidThere is no hope for NK. His son is a bigger peril than he ever was. Can anyone explain how a communist dictatorship like Korea is any diff to a monarchy if the leadership is dictated by succession? Hmmmm... not the socialist agenda I've learnt...
    KJI's "communist" regime was much closer to a monarchist dicatorship than any other communist government in history. I honestly don't think anything's going to get better in North Korea right now.


    My point exactly. The assertion that they are a government 'for the people' is absurd.
    Like many things, communism was good on paper and bad in practice. Whenever I studied communism or the Bolshevik Revolution I always got a little cold. Living in Eastern Europe during the 20th Century would have been one of the most terrifying things for me.


    Well, the greatest failing of communism was that there existed a world that was not communist... the ideals were great, but in practice it didn't work because the whole world did not embrace it... which of course would have meant it was not communism at all... but a whole other world order... the ideal that everyone was paid an equal wage, irrespective of job title, was noble... but it neglects the human condition... in the end we all strive to be better than the common man... it drives us forward... it is our inherent motivation... the greatest learning we can take from this failed era is that people are people... one and the same... and should be valued equally... at least that is the learning that i take from it!
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    Dec 19, 2011 1:17 PM GMT
    Trollileo said
    76coopers said
    Trollileo said
    76coopers saidThere is no hope for NK. His son is a bigger peril than he ever was. Can anyone explain how a communist dictatorship like Korea is any diff to a monarchy if the leadership is dictated by succession? Hmmmm... not the socialist agenda I've learnt...
    KJI's "communist" regime was much closer to a monarchist dicatorship than any other communist government in history. I honestly don't think anything's going to get better in North Korea right now.


    My point exactly. The assertion that they are a government 'for the people' is absurd.
    Like many things, communism was good on paper and bad in practice. Whenever I studied communism or the Bolshevik Revolution I always got a little cold. Living in Eastern Europe during the 20th Century would have been one of the most terrifying things for me.

    I know people who did, including 3 guys in their early 20s who attempted to escape from East Germany. None could tell their families of their plans, as family members were interrogated by Stassi. If they were aware and didn't report the planned attempt, they would go to prison for months. Can you imagine leaving home one morning assuming you would never see your parents again, and could not even say good-bye? All attempts were on separate occasions. Two made it by paying truck drivers to let them hide under rags in the back of a truck. They were advised to take sedatives to help keep from shaking when the guards shined flashlights in the back of the truck. They figured they had a 60% chance of success, so it was worth trying. The one who was caught went from East Germany to Hungary and tried to cross the border with Austria. He thought it would be easier than trying to cross an East German border. He tripped a wire that alerted soldiers who captured him. He was sent back to East Germany and imprisoned until East Germany was about to fall, then was expelled to West Germany. Aside from the brutal government, what drove them is the freedom to live in a capitalist society. They hated socialism and felt it did irreparable harm to their parents' generation.
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    Dec 19, 2011 2:31 PM GMT
    Trollileo saidThis is so depressing.



    Looks stage and it is being broadcast by KCNA.
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    Dec 19, 2011 2:33 PM GMT
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    Trollileo saidThis is so depressing.



    Looks stage and it is being broadcast by KCNA.


    Or very effective brainwashing.
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    Dec 19, 2011 2:38 PM GMT
    endo said
    DCEric said
    Trollileo saidThis is so depressing.



    Looks stage and it is being broadcast by KCNA.


    Or very effective brainwashing.


    If there was actually widespread mourning, that square would be more packed, people would not be lining up in nice neat rows, with other people going about their business in the background. I have no doubt that some of that was real, but if there was widespread mourning, they wouldn't have to broadcast a crowd of only 100 (at most). I think most of those people were brought there to "mourn" for dear leader.
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    Dec 19, 2011 4:21 PM GMT
    Hm. Not many tears in evidence....



    and even if there are some, they are probably in the eyes of those 'favored' who received wealth from the Dead, um, Dear Leader.icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Dec 19, 2011 4:25 PM GMT
    Oh please. They'd blubber over spilt ramen.
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    Dec 19, 2011 4:28 PM GMT
    Trollileo saidThis is so depressing.





    That's just so weird to watch. The sad thing is that these people don't know any other way of life, so it's understandable that they would freak out over the death of their leader.
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    Dec 19, 2011 4:35 PM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ said
    Trollileo saidThis is so depressing.





    That's just so weird to watch. The sad thing is that these people don't know any other way of life, so it's understandable that they would freak out over the death of their leader.

    I'd say the same thing about those who wept HYSTERICALLY over Michael's Jackson's passing. These dumbasses have no life, they elevate some dipshit over themselves.

    Whoa. I AM cranky today.
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    Dec 19, 2011 4:44 PM GMT
    DCEric said
    Trollileo saidThis is so depressing.



    Looks stage and it is being broadcast by KCNA.



    Yeah. Seems fake and they keep looking at the camera to make sure it's on them.
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    Dec 19, 2011 9:13 PM GMT
    He is being replaced by Mah Jong.