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Kim Jong Il, N. Korean dictator, dies at 69
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Posted 12/20/11
I'm I suppose to be happy for his death or not @.@
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Posted 12/20/11
Good. One less product of Satan on this earth to worry about.

(that's right, I said it, and anyone that calls me out on it is an evil bastard like Kim Jong)
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Posted 12/20/11 , edited 12/20/11
69.....
Anyway I hope he rest in peace ,whoever he is...
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Posted 12/20/11
Well some say that he is suffering some kind of disorder similar to what Hitler, Stalina and some dictators suffer from and so does his son. I doubt his son would improve the country, let alone merge North and South Korea together.
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Posted 12/21/11
Let the influx of mass suicide begin.
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Posted 12/21/11 , edited 12/21/11
The irony that he died at the day it was the South Korean president's birthday.

Just because one leader of a nation is down doesn't mean it's going to be "liberated" and times will be joyous now. However, neither does it mean it's going to become worse.

All in all, it's a scary time right now with the euros going down specifically Italy and Greece and with some news coming from North Korea.
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Posted 12/21/11
Thank goodness, I freaking hate that dude. His such a faggot.
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Posted 12/21/11
hopefully with his death will allow a opening up to North Korea, and if North Korea becomes more when can send more food and aid, since such a large amount of people their are malnourished, the worst case scenario is civil war since his son is to young to be the leader and his uncle is going to be the regent until he is old enough
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Posted 12/21/11
I highly doubt North Korea will open up to outsiders just because Kim Jong iI (one less evil man) has passed away. It is one of the few countries to remain a genuinely communist system. A country ruled by insane totalitarianism. Let's not forget North Korea now has 5 to 10 nuclear weapons. They have the missile technology to nuke Seoul and Tokyo if they wanted to and clearly there is no knowledge of the inside workings of North Korea. I guess we'll all have to wait and see how this regime will pan out....
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Posted 12/21/11
Well , for the record . I`m relieved that the `Great Leader` is dead . But it took away the relieved when I heard his son is taking over the reign of power , Kim Jung-.Un . I hope his more less agressive than his late father .
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Posted 12/21/11
You suppose to be , except people from North Korea . If they don`t mourn for their so called `Great Leader` they will die and also their families .
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Posted 12/21/11
rest in piss
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Posted 12/21/11
Kim Jung-Il is the Dictator of North Korea . His father Kim Il Sung controlled the country after the second world war . The both of them are assholes , If you asked me . ;D
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