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North Korea Preparing for Another Invasion Drill Ahead of Joint South Korea US Military Exercises

Kim Jong Un  leader of North Korea~ a very evil force....

Nuclear Peekaboo by North Korea, Part Deux?

Kim Jong Un leader of North Korea~ a very evil force.

And finally, we come to Kim Jong-Il, of North Korea. He took power in 1998 when his father, Kim Il-Sung, died. Kim travels with his “Pleasure Squad”, a group of beautiful women. Kim is praised as the “Creator of the Universe”, along with his father. Kim is praised as having had a supernatural birth, and claims that North Korea is the most democratic, free, and respected nation on earth. He claims that he invented the hamburger, and that he is the greatest golfer in history.

Kim Jong-Il, of North Korea. He took power in 1998 when his father, Kim Il-Sung, died- now passed away himself.

Giant statues of Kim Il-sung @ Mansudae Hill, North Korea

North Korea celebrates dictator's birth with flowers, no missiles

North Korea 1976

Retro DPRK (North Korea) -- Glimpses of Wonson - Retronaut

The military might of a country represents its national strength. Only when it builds up its military might in every way can it develop into a thriving country. Kim Jong-un

North Korean Propaganda Posters

North Korea warned early Thursday that its military has been cleared to attack the U. with nuclear war. Get under the banner of JESUS, have HIS blood be your protection. Imminent Danger approaches BE PREPARED!

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Russell is the deuteragonist of Disney/Pixar's 2009 film Up. He is a Junior Wilderness Explorer.

The Glorious Leader Kim Jong Il as a chubby pimp North Korea, 2012 This is the last stamp designed before KJI's death, and it was released posthumously by the DPRK government

The Glorious Leader Kim Jong Il as a chubby pimp North Korea, 2012 This is the last stamp designed before KJI's death, and it was released posthumously by the DPRK government

Kim Jong Il

For Andree Kahlmorgan at TIME magazine

"Part of my time in Pyongyang was spent in a barber's chair where in addition to a haircut I received a strong shoulder massage. I paid $10, probably five times the amount paid by locals, but it was more than worth it both for the trim and the experience." Picture: Mark Edward Harris

Inside North Korea: fascinating images of the world's most secretive state

"Part of my time in Pyongyang was spent in a barber's chair where in addition to a haircut I received a strong shoulder massage. I paid $10, probably five times the amount paid by locals, but it was more than worth it both for the trim and the experience." Picture: Mark Edward Harris

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