Monday, January 16, 2012

North Koreans Forced to Grieve Over Loss of "Beloved" Leader.

Is this what we have to look forward to? Forced public grieving? 


Nah, that could never happen in America.

But, supposedly, this is exactly what occurred in North Korea. It actually makes sense. After all, you have to admit it was a little hard to believe that the North Koreans were genuinely upset by the death of that sawed-off little dictator.

It appears like father, like son, as the regime is handing out sentences of at least six-months in labor camps for anyone who did not cry, or cry hard enough, anyone who didn't go to organized mourning events, and/or for anyone who dared to criticize dictator Kim Jong-il.

Those who tried to leave the country, or even made a mobile phone call out, were also being disciplined, it has been claimed.

Even the bears cry over the loss of this little "man".

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