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Wednesday, April 28, 2004

Do they expect people to believe this? 

Via The Command Post, via Fark, via Reuters:

Many North Koreans died a “heroic death” after last week’s train explosion by running into burning buildings to rescue portraits of leader Kim Jong-il and his father, the North’s official media reported on Wednesday...

“Many people of the county evacuated portraits before searching after their family members or saving their household goods,” KCNA said in a report with a Ryongchon dateline.

“Upon hearing the sound of the heavy explosion on their way home for lunch, Choe Yong-il and Jon Tong-sik, workers of the county procurement shop, ran back to the shop,” KCNA said.

“They were buried under the collapsing building to die a heroic death when they were trying to come out with portraits of President Kim Il-sung and leader Kim Jong-il,” it said.
North Koreans have always been intensely loyal to the Kims, in the same way that Oceania has always been at war with Eurasia.

Does anyone in North Korea buy this stuff? Do they know any better?


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