Among other things.
Among other things.
Just in time to mark the 60th anniversary of the Korean War cease-fire. Cool, guys.
One shows the Pope officiating a same sex, interracial marriage. New Zealand’s Powershop’s ads are the most original power ads you’ll ever see.
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One of the most secretive countries in the world, uncovered. Find out about unicorns, hamburgers, and golfing records.
for those who STILL don’t know the difference…
Among the many performances during yesterday’s celebration of their fallen dictator’s life was a song performed by the country’s first-ever girl group. First-ever! The Jongettes — yes, really — performed a tribute to Kim Jong il and later on a group of synchronized swimmers danced to the song, “We Will Defend General Kim Jong Un at the Risk of Our Lives.” How uplifting! (via dailymail.co.uk)
Like father, like son. Since the recent death of Kim Jong Il, North Korean state-run media has been releasing a series of images of the “Great Successor,” Kim Jong Un looking at a variety of mundane things.
It’s easy to forget that Kim Jong-Il, though he may have been a tyrant who starved and oppressed his own people, was still someone’s daddy. Unlike the hysterical theatrics in Pyongyang’s streets, these tears might be genuine. Awwww…does the Great Successor need a tissue?
The recently departed “Dear Leader” was called many things in his life. The following are allegedly all titles that were ascribed to him by foreign leaders (according to North Korea).
He looks so cozy.
Create your own dictator, or mix and match your own! Makes a great toy for the single-party or military-junta obsessed kid in your life. Developed by an Australian artist named Stephen Ives. (via collabcubed.com)
Reserving our place in hell for making these a reality, but the internet told us to.
We will miss you all. In memorium from The Onion.
The autocratic tyrant from the People’s Republic of Wadiya (who may or may not be Sacha Baron Cohen) mourns the passing of a fellow megalomaniacal dictator. Okay, he’s definitely Sacha Baron Cohen’s character from The Dictator.
With Kim Jong-Il’s passing, we take a look at the three sons he fathered, and why the youngest is taking the reigns.
Kim Jong-Il deemed his second son, Kim Jong Chol, “too feminine” to take power. This poem that Jong Chol wrote (under the pseudonym Chol Pak) entitled “My Ideal World” might have something to do with that.
This picture, taken this morning, sums up how much South Koreans will miss the freshly departed Dear Leader of the North. Yeesh…tell us how you REALLY feel, Unknown Man In Seoul.
Because when a dictator dies, people need to tweet about it. These were the best that Twitter had to offer. Read More ›
South Korea’s Yonhap News Agency is reporting that the North Korean dictator died of fatigue yesterday morning during a 17 hour train ride. This is his life in images.
Artist Phillip Toledano, working under the conviction that “being an artist is a great deal like being a dictator,” has incorporated himself into a series of Kim Jong Illustrations. Much more over at Kim Jong Phil.com. View List ›
The world’s littlest dictator likes to look at things.
Tumblr with a license to il.
It’s nice to know there’s a real life super-villain in the world.
It has just been confirmed that Kim Jong Il’s youngest son will succeed him as the next leader of North Korea. I guess that means they won’t be getting a Justin Bieber concert anytime soon.
This photo was released this morning by the North Korean news agency. This proves two things. One, Bill Clinton was there and did meet with Kim Il Jong; and two, they need much better cameras. Or learn how to photoshop. View Image ›
Kim Jong Il has reportedly chosen his youngest son to become North Korea’s next leader. This is the only known picture of him, from when he was 11. He’s 26 now. He went to boarding school in Switzerland, where he learned French and German. He enjoys skiiing and watching NBA basketball, and he’s a big Jean-Claude Van Damme fan. North Korean schoolchildren are already singing songs of praise in his honor. Read More ›
For a minute, I thought those were condoms, which made the photo even better. Anyway, check out that getup. View Image ›