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The Great North Korean Wind-Up (part 2)

RabbitunKim Jong-un is the supreme leader of North Korea.

The son of the late lamented and glorious previous supreme leader Kim Jong-il.

He looks like a startled Beatrix Potter rabbit fresh out of short trousers and caught in the headlamps of a juggernaught.

Unfortunately he also has a podgy finger on a missile destined to be launched very soon.

The neighbours are nervous. Especially the immediate ones.

South Korea's rich businessmen are nervous because wherever they are in the world, they must be ready to return and do their bit.

They're nervous because they may have to drop their golf clubs, pay up the caddy, settle their bills at the five star hotels in Manila, cancel their contracts with top class escort agencies and go and fight for the mother country.

Though how an army of over-weight, over-fed, over-indulged, beer-bellied sedentary sloth-induced, sexually deviant (allegedly) middle-aged executives are likely to make a difference against a precision military machine beggars belief.

But there's no need to worry. The Yanks are around, and so are the Chinese, and neither one will allow little Kim (cheeky Kim judging by the picture) to do anything more than make a flap.

They'll let him play with his rockets, huff and puff, and everything will return to normal.

The Samsung, Hyundai and Daewoo executives can relax, return to the fairways and continue to play with their little balls.



Fifty of the worlds top multi-nationals are South Korean, each turning over billions of dollars and employing millions of workers. Little Kim, the mighty midget, will not be allowed to mess that up!

A couple of years ago I wrote about his dad here. It was a humorous observation – but nothing has changed. Look out for part 3 later in the year!

Disclaimer: Any connection with Peter Rabbit and Kim jong-un is purely coincidental and no offence is intended or inferred to Peter Rabbit.

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March 26, 2012 - Posted by | Current Affairs, Education, Events, History, Humour, Politics, The Philippines, Travel | , , , , , , , ,

2 Comments »

  1. Great and entertaining read as per usual. I do however think, that honoured leader looks more jowly than cheeky. He’ll be throwing his toys out of the cot very soon I’ll wager. Never fear there are always heroes around, provided they are still alive. I kid you not, just click on my name.

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    Comment by Spook Moor | March 27, 2012 | Reply

  2. Expose the sensor tip to the torch till it’s about to turn red, then dip the sensor tip quickly.

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    Comment by z-wave | May 11, 2012 | Reply


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