View Full Version : Is Kim Jong Ill?

Beatriz Fontana
9th Sep 2008, 20:20
(Sorry, bit of a Jon Stewart pun, there).

So, no appearance at the celebrations of the 60th anniversary of the Juche Korea. With no heir to the throne, so to speak, is a power vacuum imminent or is the (external reporting of the) demise of the Great Teacher of Journalists premature?

9th Sep 2008, 20:30
I have just been watching a report on TV that indicates that he had suffered a stroke sometime in August and is now confined to a wheelchair.

He was not at the 'We love our Great Leader Day' (or what ever it is called) parade and that is the reason why.

As there is no little 'great, great, great leader' waiting in the wings, it will be very interesting to see what will happen now.

Who is running North Korea now or will in the future? It's not like there is going to be a vote by the people.

Krystal n chips
9th Sep 2008, 20:48
Dear Kim,

I have been studying my family tree and it seems we are closely related.
As I already have some experience, and indeed over here I am often referred to by the same title, then clearly I would be delighted to restore family ties again as I understand the position is hereditary and thus I would be qualified twice over to succeed from you.

Please feel free to email me at [email protected]



10th Sep 2008, 05:19
Don't know whether he's dead or just ill but he and his country make me sick!

10th Sep 2008, 06:14
C'mon Siseman that's a bit harsh. After all Great Leader only has himself to sing to:

I'm So Ronery
So ronery
So ronery and sadry arone

There's no one
Just me onry
Sitting on my rittle throne
I work rearry hard and make up great prans
But nobody ristens, no one understands
Seems like no one takes me serirousry

And so I'm ronery
A rittle ronery
Poor rittle me

There's nobody
I can rerate to
Feel rike a bird in a cage
It's kinda sihry
But not rearry
Because it's fihring my body with rage

I'm the smartest most crever most physicarry fit
But nobody else seems to rearize it
When I change the world maybe they'll notice me
But until then I'rr just be ronery
Rittle ronery, poor rittle me

I'm so ronery

Mainly because the rest of his country has starved to death.

10th Sep 2008, 06:17
We could lend them Kevin Rudd (please!!!). At a guess, within three months they'll promise to disarm, become good little capitalists - in fact anything - if he promises to stop droning on in that Godawful voice about all the things he'll do to... (sorry) for them.

10th Sep 2008, 07:15
When I lived in Asia I always used to check out News From KOREAN CENTRAL NEWS AGENCY of DPRK (http://www.kcna.co.jp/index-e.htm) for a realistic, unbiased version of the news from North Korea.....

I always remember one despatch which had the Dear Leader visiting an army regiment where, "...to cries of hurrah! he presented the commander with a gift of a machine gun." :}

Richard Taylor
10th Sep 2008, 07:49
Can they not stuff him & wheel him out now & again...have someone hiding below the balcony to move his arm to give the impression he's waving?

Russians did it in the 80s with their Presidents before Gorbachev came to power...:rolleyes:

10th Sep 2008, 07:49
"...to cries of hurrah! he presented the commander with a gift of a machine gun." ...as you do (in North Korea, at least:)).

Dangerously drifting into serious mode for one moment, I think we could be in for 'interesting times' if KJI goes to join his dad in the Great Socialist Co-Prosperity Paradise. If he does so before November, (as I suspect the GOP are praying for), his death might even have an effect on the US elections, particularly if there's even a hint of anarchy emanating from the DPRK after his corpse slips onto the marble shelf alongside dad's.

...and if there's not, the Republicans will probably talk some up.

'Uncertain times' if he does die would be an understatement, and I suspect South Korea is making plans as I type for dealing with a mass invasion from the North. Not of divisions of North Korean armour, but starving civilians flooding south as refugees.

10th Sep 2008, 08:33
I'm sorry, I thought you said is Kim Jong a hundred and eleven.:}

I should add before someone picks up on it that this actually happened on Moray Firth Radio here in Scotland when the jock played a request for Jimmy who 'is a hundred and eleven today', only to come back at t'end of the tune to say 'I'm sorry he's ILL'...

Brian Abraham
10th Sep 2008, 10:16
Thought he was always ill. ;)

10th Sep 2008, 10:51
Now I certainly didn't post that at 00 dark o'clock.....:suspect:

or this at 2.51 - have we gone to Oz time Brian?

10th Sep 2008, 11:08
We have either gone back or forward in time.

I blame the Swiss with their big thing what looks like a gas main.

10th Sep 2008, 12:45
I'm sorry, I thought you said is Kim Jong a hundred and eleven. :} Shirley it would have been more accurate to have interpreted that as "Is Kim Jong 5049?" (ie. 1-5050)...I know I know, it's just as Illogical

Hat, coat, door...

Tony Hirst
10th Sep 2008, 13:04
Beatriz, Would make sense, he failed to show up at the Massed Games too.

I wonder how long he has been running the country as it had been opening up for quite some time now. There are many join business ventures between North and South with the Sounth in particular making use of the cheap labour available in the north. Tourism to North Korea has been increasing at a rapid rate of knots too.

Personal thoughts are that it is a strange and wierd state but I don't think it is the country that the powers that be would have us believe.

10th Sep 2008, 14:01
North Korea deny Kim Jong-il dead and claim 'conspiracy' - Telegraph (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2775598/North-Korea-deny-Kim-Jong-il-dead-and-claim-conspiracy.html)

I've also heard that North Korea has 'resumed nuclear activities' allegedly after America failed to remove sanctions (as promised).

10th Sep 2008, 14:07
Richard Taylor is on to something there. "Weekend at Kim's"

10th Sep 2008, 14:08
G-CPTN - NK has stopped disabling the Yongbyon nuclear complex bacause they're not happy with the nuclear verification rules. IE - They don't want people to check on what they're doing.

11th Sep 2008, 12:10

11th Sep 2008, 13:07
Australian bias showing here, but if Kim goes, will we be left with Kath??

12th Sep 2008, 20:57
Nah. Keven!

12th Sep 2008, 21:04
The generally accepted heir apparent in the DPRK is Kim Jong-Nam, Kim Jong-Il's eldest son.


He apparently has a fake Chinese passport and travels overseas a fair bit.

29th Dec 2011, 14:57

Kim Jong-un named 'supreme leader' of North Korea | Metro.co.uk (http://www.metro.co.uk/news/885981-kim-jong-un-named-supreme-leader-of-north-korea)

29th Dec 2011, 15:29
What a happy little soul he is. All that standing about in the snow and freezing temperatures at the fooneral must have created that sunny disposition.

29th Dec 2011, 15:55
I hear the funeral tea was the dogs bollocks.........

Happy New Year to all


29th Dec 2011, 16:20
Looking at the new Supreme Leader.................................. it's astonishing how much weight you can pile on eating grass.

29th Dec 2011, 17:11
Latest news........

Over one million North Korean's nominated for Oscars following television coverage of very extensive fake grief.


29th Dec 2011, 19:29
Over one million North Korean's nominated for Oscars following television coverage of very extensive fake grief.

I'm sure the Cognac suppliers of the dead FLUF wouldnt've faked theirs.

Then again maybe the younger FLUF has inherited his old man's tastes?

29th Dec 2011, 19:37
Going to make sex with Korean birds a bit of a lottery....was it wasnt it :-) Not that I do of course! But then again....


29th Dec 2011, 19:54
Let's face it....you'd be as happy this if you'd just been told
your old man's will didn't include his stash of nubile whores
who you've been lusting for since you were 18 -


Krystal n chips
30th Dec 2011, 06:46
With a face like that.......

Ken Dodd-Happiness - YouTube

30th Dec 2011, 07:17
The whole song takes on a whole new meaning when the lyric is substituted! :eek:

30th Dec 2011, 07:54
Bwaaaaahahahaha! Yep it sure does yotty!

Good one. :ok:

30th Dec 2011, 08:05
Makes me wonder about that "tickling stick"...


Al Fakhem
30th Dec 2011, 08:55
Let's face it....you'd be as happy this if you'd just been told
your old man's will didn't include his stash of nubile whores
who you've been lusting for since you were 18 -

I guess his just pi**ed off that his father's great Juche culture did not manage to make a nice hearse in time - now the "Dear Dead Leader" has to be moved around in - of all things - an American limo. Must be awful to stomach.

30th Dec 2011, 09:00
Makes me wonder about that "tickling stick"...

I wonder about the 'ticking bomb'.

Un is clueless and has zero experience. Worryingly big opportunity for the military to decide policy. They possess a nuclear arsenal. Go figure.

Lon More
30th Dec 2011, 09:04
Who ate all the pies?

Charlie Foxtrot India
30th Dec 2011, 09:57
Kim Jong Il Lookalike mourns end of his career:

Cookies must be enabled | The Australian (http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/world/kim-jong-il-lookalike-mourns-career-end/story-e6frg6so-1226233327247)

poor bugger :sad: :sad:

(cookies bloody well are enabled, why does it keep saying that?)

30th Dec 2011, 09:58
Who ate all the pies?

None of the estimated 1 to 3 million people who died of starvation there in the 90's, that's for sure. Those deaths 'subsidised' the nuclear build-up.

30th Dec 2011, 10:21
And - to steal a line from HIGNFY - now the Great Leader has departed the fix, that leaves Bono as the only [email protected] megalomaniac who wears sunglasses all the time .........:ok:

30th Dec 2011, 23:45
A childhood picture of Kim Jong-un, in happier times.


31st Dec 2011, 09:10
And here's his new train set in full swing:


8th Jan 2012, 23:14
BBC News - North Korea video marks leader Kim Jong-un's 'birthday' (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-16460771)

11th Feb 2012, 04:38
That was a bad career choice if it is true.

A team of trained ninja assassins snuck into North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un's room overnight and assassinated the new leader while he was on a business trip in Beijing -- if rumors spreading across microblogging service Twitter and its Chinese counterpart Weibo are to be believed, that is.

Twitter rumor claims death of Korean leader Kim Jong-Un | Fox News (http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2012/02/10/twitter-rumor-claims-death-korean-leader-kim-jong-un/?test=latestnews)

11th Feb 2012, 19:39
Yup, have heard that as well, North Korea is not saying a thing, not even denying it.

One would think they would deny it happened at the least, unless it is true. :uhoh:

Course as North Korea has such a clampdown on any outside news getting into the country, maybe they've not heard of this yet. :p

11th Feb 2012, 19:43
So the Chinese are keeping a lid on him now being called Kim Jong-ugh?

11th Feb 2012, 22:02
The fellow probably has three doubles, so how will we ever know?

My question is, 'Where in the world did he come up with that haircut from?' Jeez, it looks as if he sneezed when he was getting his sideburns trimmed, so that they had to do the other side to match.

12th Feb 2012, 00:18
Oh oh. Kim the Father, then Kim the Son, now Kim the Holy Ghost.

12th Feb 2012, 06:19
The fellow probably has three doubles, so how will we ever know?

Naah, there ain't that many fat people in N. Korea.

Going by his size and shape it's more like he had trebles