Anorak | Kim Jong-il’s hysterical funeral was a Princess Diana rerun

Kim Jong-il’s hysterical funeral was a Princess Diana rerun

by | 28th, December 2011

KIM Jong-il’s funeral was over the top, hysterical, mad and defied anyone to say a bad about it or the heaven-sent dead hero. It was like North Korea was burying its very own Princess Diana.

North Korean state media says of the Prince of Hearts:

“Snow fell over streets nonstop as if the sky had shared sadness with the Korean people who grieve over the loss of the sun of the nation.”

Gawker mocks the show:

As you can see in the video above, the completely authentic and not at all staged or impelled expression of hysterical grief was on full display…

Right enough. Just like when Diana died, the draconian top-down message to grieve made everyone weep. When a lip-quivering, arch cynic Tony Blair oozed about The People’s Princess added to the message that we all be upset to the core. A celebrity shopping Princess had died whilst on yet another holiday.That was sad. But thanks to Blair, the BBC and the elite commentators, it was tragic.

I feel like everyone else in this country today utterly devastated…We are today a nation, in Britain, in a state of shock, in mourning, in grief that is so deeply painful for us.

She was a wonderful and warm human being. Though her own life was often sadly touched by tragedy, she touched the lives of so many others in Britain – throughout the world – with joy and with comfort.. they kept faith with Princess Diana, they liked her, they loved her, they regarded her as one of the people. She was the people’s princess and that’s how she will stay, how she will remain in our hearts and in our memories forever.

Blair would go on to call her a “manipulator “, like him.

No kidding.

Like Kim Jong-il, the disciples find it hard to believe their idol died in a mundane fashion. Kim Jong il did not die in bed; he died of fatigue while riding a train to a place of supreme toil. Princess Diana did not die in a car crash because the speeding driver was drunk and she failed to put on a seat belt; she died because she was murdered.

Like Kim Jong-il, Diana’s action were blessed with deeper meaning.

Bea Campbell, writing in the Guardian , said Diana was an anti-imperialist force who had joined the constituency of the rejected the survivors of harm and horror, from

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