A Zombie?

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Is Dear Leader on his “way out”?

A report by the weekly Shukan Gendai  in Japan claimed on Friday that North Korea’s dictator us currently in a ‘vegetative state’ after having heart surgery earlier in the month.

What kind of vegetable is he?

Or is that an insensitive question when the angel of death is hovering over the fat little dictator? This blog’s readers understand that I’m the soul of concern when it comes to the wellbeing of murderous dictators.

Vice director of HKSTV Hong Kong Satellite Television Shijian Xingzou says that a ‘very solid source’ has told her Kim Jonh Un has died. The question this blogs readers would normally pose is, “how dead is he?”

The Japanese outlet cited a Chinese medic who is believed to have been sent as part of the team to treat Kim Jong Un after a delay in a simple heart procedure had left the leader severely ill.

Is Kim Jong Un Un-dead (yes, it’s a pun) in other words, if he rises, will it be as a zombie?

A delegation led by a senior member of the Chinese Communist Party’s International Liaison Department left Beijing for North Korea on Thursday, two of the people said. The department is the main Chinese body dealing with neighboring North Korea.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, center right, his wife Ri Sol Ju, right, Chinese President Xi Jinping, center left, and his wife Peng Liyuan taken on June 20, 2019

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, center right, his wife Ri Sol Ju, right, Chinese President Xi Jinping, center left, and his wife Peng Liyuan taken on June 20, 2019, in happier times, before Kim became a zombie.

Other Reports

Daily NK, a Seoul-based website, reported earlier this week that Kim was recovering after undergoing a cardiovascular procedure on April 12. It cited one unnamed source in North Korea.

South Korean government officials and a Chinese official with the Liaison Department challenged subsequent reports suggesting that Kim was in grave danger after surgery. South Korean officials said they had detected no signs of unusual activity in North Korea.

President Trump also downplayed earlier reports that Kim was gravely ill. ‘I think the report was incorrect,’ Trump told reporters. But it wouldn’t be internationally correct if President Trump had hummed the theme to the Walking Dead, either….or would it?

20 thoughts on “A Zombie?

    1. Kimchi farts? How horrible. But then again Kim must not be smelling like roses just about now.

  1. The problem is not the leader, but the political system. Focus must be on changing the political system.

    Thanks for the post.
    Paul L. Quandt

    1. The army is paid and fed, in much the same way they are in Venezuela. They don’t want to bite the hand that feeds them.

    1. We care because the Norks have nuclear weapons and they’re always testing their stuff. If it wasn’t for their behavior (HEY, LOOK AT ME), the whole mouse that roars thing wouldn’t impress anyone) they’d be ignored.

      And naturally the people have parasites, they starve, and they’re miserable. North Korea in winter is miserable. In the summer, it’s hot and humid. The place is polluted and it will take a hundred superfund sites to fix that portion of the mess that the Kim family handed down to posterity.

  2. Hmmmmm. Zombies or “dead man walking.” Nothing whatsover akin to the world’s greatest power being how many trillions in debt?

    Just a thought.

    1. Maybe the fat little dictator died from Chinese Plague complications? I don’t know whether the plague enters into the brain and eats the cerebral cortex or not. But if it does, people who think that they’ve recovered to wake as zombies. So if he’s vegetative as opposed to dead, he could rise, a zombie.

  3. Ya’ll got it wrong. It’s orangemanbad’s fault.

    Seriously…with out the iron fist of a Jung Un, how does a potential leader fill this power vacuum?
    The Un’s line of progression of power has to be an incredibly controlled part of their rule. There is a momentary hiatus in the continuity of totalitarian power between the great leaders being alive and cognizant and death. Any possible usurpers are always being liquidated. More likely bred out of North Korean society. Or do the Nork’s collapse like the old central Soviet did in 89? The Chi-com’s rush to appoint a new leadership. Or anything but a free NK like the South Korean’s.

    1. There are a lot of speculators, trying to forecast (1) Is Fat Kim dead; (2) Will his sister, another hard core communist who is not hideous seize control, keeping the family dynastic rule in place; (3) Will a pretender to the throne emerge and how long might they last?

      Whoever takes over, the Chinese Communists have a vested interest in the selection, and I’m sure that they’re reminding everyone of that.

  4. Now that Kim Jong Un has left our earthly company and is now at the Pearly Gates chatting with St. Peter about how a loveable fat little dictator gets a heavenly chateau overlooking Mt. Olympus. St. Pete, looking down at his clipboard and sees a note from Otto Warmbier: ‘please tell that little tub o’ guts that Otto said ‘hey,’ and then send him down to the cheap seats. The red, hot, cheap ones, …’

    1. I’m sure that Otto was there to greet Kim, and inform him that he wasn’t getting his wings.

  5. If he’s dead, it probably won;t improve things.

    But at least he’d be dead.
    -Kle.

    1. True. Nobody will complain about one less Kim sucking oxygen. Not us, not the Chinese and not the Nork elites. The common Norks are so far removed from the dictators that trading one for another won’t do much to them one way or the other.

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