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A broadcaster reported that Kim died due to "overwork" after "dedicating his life to the people."

Kim died of "great mental and physical strain" while in a train during a "field guidance tour," North Korea's state-run KCNA news agency reported.


http://www.cnn.com/2...dead/?hpt=hp_t1

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ha, just about to post this. I encourage everyone to visit the actual youtube page and see the awesome comments

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Looks fake/staged...could be a propaganda video.

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Looks fake/staged...could be a propaganda video.


duh, most are in uniforms

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The truth is that the people of the world lost a good friend and ally today. I am confident history will judge his leadership fairly, and that the DPRK will continue to struggle for sovereignty.

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The truth is that the people of the world lost a good friend and ally today. I am confident history will judge his leadership fairly, and that the DPRK will continue to struggle for sovereignty.

I'm convinced that you aren't real.

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The truth is that the people of the world lost a good friend and ally today.

I'm convinced you'd eat a urinal cake simply because it's called a 'cake'.

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I'm convinced you'd eat a urinal cake simply because it's called a 'cake'.

Ironically enough, a urinal cake would be more nutrition than millions get under capitalism every day. The DPRK resists that brutal system and they get slandered for it.

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Ah, yes, let them eat urinal cake......which would still be more nutrition than millions get under capitalism every day.

MAKE SURE YOU CRY ON CAMERA FOR YOUR DEARLY DEPARTED DICTATOR SO YOU CAN GET A RATION INSTEAD OF A FIRING SQUAD.

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MAKE SURE YOU CRY ON CAMERA FOR YOUR DEARLY DEPARTED DICTATOR SO YOU CAN GET A RATION INSTEAD OF A FIRING SQUAD.

Fun fact: in 2010, the director of the World Health Organization visited the DPRK and said that the country's healthcare system was the envy of the developing world...in spite of the relentless and inhumane blockade imposed by the US.

Of course, facts often get drowned out by the kind of myopic triumphalism we keep seeing.

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The truth is that the people of the world lost a good friend and ally today. I am confident history will judge his leadership fairly, and that the DPRK will continue to struggle for sovereignty.


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The truth is that the people of the world lost a good friend and ally today. I am confident history will judge his leadership fairly, and that the DPRK will continue to struggle for sovereignty.



My condolences to Metro Bomayel on the tragic loss of the dear leader. A giant who only thought of the good of his people and strove for peace at all times despite the constant provocation of the imperialist west and their running dog lackeys in the puppet state.


But at least the loss he is feeling today must be tempered by some joy in the long overdue death of that running dog Havel who showed ingratitude to the peace loving peoples of the Soviet Union who protected his nation for the the imperialists in the west for so long while bringing the benefits of enlightenment and culture to his people.

I will now engage in delusions by engaging in the opiate of the masses and seek the intercession of my non-existent bronze age space alien to bring peace to the non-existent "soul" of the departed dear leader.

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The truth is that the people of the world lost a good friend and ally today. I am confident history will judge his leadership fairly, and that the DPRK will continue to struggle for sovereignty.


We lost a man who was the only diabetic besides his sons in the whole fucking country. That says a lot about him.
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