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I'm so ronery...

Kim Jong Il is feeling left out as once again the Cool Kids on the playground pick fights with the New Kid at school, Barack Obama.  That means that Obama is thereby getting the attention that should rightly belong to Kim, so, once again Kim  has had a spastic paroxysm of acting out that causes his poisonous emotional pathologies to spew forth in a spastic temper tantrum and publicly wets himself, while tossing symbolic phalli all over the place.

Mind you, when he finally does snap and goes all Columbine on us, we aren't going to have the excuse "But he was such a quiet boy, who knew?"

Indeed.  As this space has noted before - "If cease fires in the name of peace actually produced peace, the Middle East would be the most peaceful place on earth by now." I propose a corollary: "If "strong sanctions" and UN pronouncements against nascent nuclear weapons programs actually reduced or ended nascent nuclear weapons programs, the world wouldn't be faced with unstable minor despotisms suddenly able to make large, stable nation-states nervous."

Not as snappy, admittedly.

We find ourselves motivated today.  By this post from Micthieville,[<-- Click this link!  Especially if you are Canadian...] thoughtfully pointed out to us by CAPT H.   Shameless plagiarism being the sincerest form of flattery...  we'll steal Mitchie's idea and Reuter's news for our own nefarious purposes:
 

 

Nice tat, dude!
"By acting in blatant defiance of the United Nations Security Council, North Korea is directly and recklessly challenging the international community,” Obama said. “The danger posed by North Korea’s threatening activities warrants action by the international community.”

“North Korea’s underground nuclear test … causes deep regret and the most serious concern,” said Russian President Dmitry Medvedev’s spokeswoman, Natalya Timakova.

“We consider it a provocation and we strongly condemn them,” European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso said.

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown described the nuclear and missile tests as “erroneous, misguided and a danger to the world”

“The Chinese side vehemently demands North Korea abides by its denuclearization promises, stop any actions which may worsen the situation and return to the six-party talks process,” China said in a statement.

European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana branded the test a “flagrant violation” of a Council resolution which required “a firm response.”

It was also revealed that Castle co-blogger Bill the Rotorhead, putatively in the United States for R&R, in fact made a trip to Pyongyang, where he sold senior government officials the Blue Thongs from the base PX at his post in Iraq.  It is a violation of law to purchase goods from the PX for resale, and CID is investigating..

 


Nice tat, dude!

Okay, that last bit is a touch insidery, but the Denizens of the email list are all ROFLMAO at the moment.

The rest of you - well, let's just say that's a picture in need of a caption.
 

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John, subjecting us to that photo should earn you a special place in Dante's Inferno!  LOL

 
Excellent 'article' - I was indeed ROFL at the last para ... nice :-)
 
Well, maybe not a quiet, untroubled boy, but they can still call him "kind of a loner - keeps to himself".
 
Captions!  I want captions, people.  RTFP!
 
Goes to show you, even the Eeevieeelest of Dictators can have good taste in INK.
 
I'm so Ronery / So ronery / So ronery and sadry arone / There's no one / Just me onry / Sitting on my rittle throne / I work rearry hard and make up get prans / but, nobody listens, no one understands / Seems rike no one takes me serirousry / And so, I'm ronery / A rittle ronery / Poor rittle me / There's no one I can rerate to / Feewr rike a biwd in a cage / It's kinda siwry / but, not reawry / because, it's fiwring my body with rage / I'm the smartest, most crever, most physicawry fit / but, nobody erse seems to rearrize it / When I can the worrd maybe they'rr notice me / And untiwr then, I'wr be ronery / Yeaaaaah, a rittle ronery / Poor rittle me...
 
Kim Jong Il:  "I await yet another very, very, angry letter from the UN."

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f0hk9vaqWUg
 
On a more serious note...

I am thoroughly enjoying Winston Churchill's Six-Volume Oeouvre: The Second World War.  Amongst the many quotables I found this timely nugget.

Virtuous motives, trammelled by inertia and timidity,
are no match for armed and resolute wickedness.
 
That one is going into the quotation rota on the sidebar.  TX!
 
'I'm so ronery'--see pic for reason why
 
I know where I would like to store all of his  "toys". Let's put it this way, he wouldn't be sitting that!
 
I Know!  we'll use the MiM-30's on him-but in a different way-instead of the soldiers speaking into it, they can point it at him, and some cameras...and he'll stop what he's doing and talk...and talk...and talk...

and thus, his loneliness and personal demons will be assauged without embarassing the Obamessiah.

(no, I don't think so either.  Unfortunately, we've got a government defined by spinelessness internationally and jack-boots at home now.)
 
Kim Jong Il:  "Madeleine, I love playing 'President & Intern'!"
 
But all powerful one...that tie goes with the suit...the shirt maybe a little too upbeat.
 
"What happens in Pyongyang doesn't stay in Pyongyang."
(particularly when Unka Bill's gotten loose with a camera and an impish grin) 

And why in the helk is he drinking JPN beer?  Kirin draft?  Can't they shoot him for being a counter-revolutionary or traitor or something?  Not that that solves the DPRK succession problem, but, hey, it'd be 'Change We Can Believe In'.