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We’re All Going To Die: North Korea Readies For Total War In 2015

by | 7th, October 2014

A man watches a TV news program showing North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, at the Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea, Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014. North Korea's top government Thursday proposed the rival Koreas stop slandering each other from later this month, halt hostile military acts and work toward preventing a nuclear disaster on the divided peninsula. The letters read "Stop slandering and joint military exercise". (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)

 

EVEN though Kim Jong Un is the Sexiest Man Alive , has a weakness for cheese  and was probably born in a lotus flower while scoring a hole in one as a sperm before emerging as a flying baby, let us not forget that he’s completely mental.

North Korea’s premier is a man who likes to keep his people under his waddling, hypnotic spell, while plotting constant war. You see, when you have everything and everyone is cow-eyed in your presence, the threat of nuclear war is probably the only thing you’ve got that gets the blood pumping around your regal underpants.

According to Yonhap News, South Korea’s biggest news agency, things are getting weird in the North.

You see, North Korea has a plan to achieve national reunification in 2015. Seeing as South Korea is quite happy being separate, there’s only one thing North Korea can do gear up for all-out war. Seoul’s ministry of defence said that they’re conducting tactical trainings and boosting their its attack capabilities.

“After declaring 2015 the year of completing unification, North Korea has been prepared for full-scale wars,” the ministry said in a report presented to the National Assembly for an

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