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    Quote Originally Posted by hanswu25 View Post
    I don't know why my mind keeps drawing a pistol in his hand pressing against Un's back while two generals holding Un down from running away. And Un looks pretty scared to me. Weird.
    I have been intrigued a few times recently by the body language that he was displaying when I saw clips of him in the news. While his father was generally belly out and shoulders back displaying confidence and authority, Un is showing just about the exact opposite.

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    Screw shooting the translator, the person that cut his hair needs a bullet.
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    Not sure this has been posted or not.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BD1 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by BD1 View Post
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    Who farted??

    Does anybody know 'Bohemian Rhapsody'?

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    Does anybody know 'Bohemian Rhapsody'?

    that would be an epic and awesome clip, if someone would do it in similar style
    and now i can´t get this vision out of my head

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    Not most impressive looking leader
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    North Korea reportedly punishing insincere mourners
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    North Korea reportedly punishing insincere mourners - Yahoo! News
    North Korean authorities are punishing mourners who failed to exhibit sincere sadness and despair after the death of Kim Jong Il on Dec. 17, the Daily NK reported Wednesday.

    The online North Korean newspaper, which is published by opponents of the governing regime, said a source in North Hamkyung Province revealed the information. The source told the paper “authorities are handing down at least six months in a labor-training camp to anybody who didn’t participate in the organized gatherings during the mourning period, or who did participate but didn’t cry and didn’t seem genuine,” according to the Daily NK.

    There are an estimated 200,000 offenders and families held in North Korean prison camps, according to a May 2011 report from Amnesty International. The report details two types of camps known as “zones.” One zone, known as a Total Control Zone, is for people who have committed “serious crimes.” People in these camps are never released.

    The second type of zone, called a Revolutionary Zone, are camps for people who have committed what North Korean authorities perceive as less serious crimes. These crimes may include making critical comments toward government policy or trying to cross the border. Sentences in Revolutionary Zone camps can range from a few months to 10 years.

    The report estimates that 40 percent of inmates in the camps will die from malnutrition, and every former inmate interviewed for the report had witnessed at least one public execution while being held.

    The late Hwang Jang Yop, a North Korean defector and former official, described similar punishments after the death of Kim Il Sung, Kim Jong Il’s father and the founder of North Korea, in 1994.

    “The party conducted surveys to see who displayed the most grief, and made this an important criterion in assessing party members’ loyalty,” Yop wrote. “Patients who remained in hospitals and people who drank and made merry even after hearing news of their leader’s death were all singled out for punishment.”

    The Daily NK said its source also reported that North Koreans who were accused of being critical of the country’s dynastic system were being sent to re-education camps or banished with their families to remote areas.

    North Korea today said that Kim Jong Il’s body will be embalmed and enshrined in the palace that houses his father’s remains. The country also said it plans to build a new Kim Jong Il statue and construct “towers to his immortality.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by BD1 View Post
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    We need to open up the picture to find that they are in Disneyland.....in line for space mountain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by troung View Post
    You don't want to see him shirtless?

    Maybe he could eat like a North Korean peasant for a week or two.

    That would get rid of the baby fat pretty fast obviously.

    Really intersting how they tend to stage themselves. He gets to drive a tank, fly a helicopter and thus is seen as a good general? Doesn't make to much sense if you think about it.

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    he is a now a top gun wanta be
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    Quote Originally Posted by xinhui View Post
    he is a now a top gun wanta be
    They're putting him in their best plane too...
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    If that's their front-line combat aircraft, then the NKAF must be a flying museum. The old Confederate Air Force could take them down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BD1 View Post
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    We made our leader fat so we can tell who it is.
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