Of course the “Dear Leader” is dead. There is a long tradition of deathness-in-life, in Communist Juntas.


David Davis

I thought later that I would do all you buggers a favour and just get the photo here for you too, to which the article refers……

The Torygraph has this funny, jovial piece today, which, as with all pieces about the suffering and death which must inevitably come to murdering wicked lefty fascist bastards like the “Dear leader” and others I have often named and shamed, filled me with some momentary delight. Then I needed a beer to recover.

I have only one gripe about it:-

By what authority are the inanely-grinning fascist tin-soldier-zombies (on left of picture) wearing “Sam Browns“? I bet you an organic potato that they looted them from dead Yanks in 1952 or something, the bastards.

I was not aware that the temporary death-camp known as North Korea had cavalry regiments, unless we have seriously over-estimated its military capabilities.

The item as worn in this picture, not quite correctly, and at the wrong belt-height for their build, and over service-dress-material which is simply much, much too thin and also the wrong colour (typical socialist failure to do anything right, even run a bath) makes them look even more-irremediably-stupid gits than they actually are in reality. (Neither S-B is correctly positioned over either right shoulder.  It’s a “252″ offence in each case (“conduct prejudicial to good order and military discipline, in that he…”)). They should have done their research before releasing such saddo pix to the world.

And there’s no visible panty-line on any of the faggots. Either their trousers are too loose, or they have forgotten to say goodbye properly to their tarts. Eat your heart out, Mark!

Of course Kim-Jong-Il is dead. Fascist lefty leaders do indeed often die months. or even years, before the end of their “tenure”. Krzhchzev only managed it by days, but Brzezhniev managed weeks, or months. The wicked pig Castro is currently in the lead, and may manage even more than one year. This merely accentuates their superiority over ordinary mortals, since they are still able to “guide and lead” their “adoring people”, after corporeal death…..

…just like gods, in fact.

Poor wicked deluded Yasser Arafat, possibly the worst thing ever to have been inflicted on a people who don’t exist, except for socialist-world-ordering-purposes, but who are real individuals nevertheless, and have to come to sensible lliberal agreements about how to live somewhere, nearly made it into immortal-government. But the BBC spent so much money on British-broadcasting-women crying all over the film, that we shall never know. he probably did really die a few hours before the silly grassing-up-media said he did. the crying women would have done better to pretend he was alive and to keep quiet.

Learn something from your more serious masters, like Stalin and Castro, you wet western wimpish Fabians. You might do better against us.

Perhaps the fascist left system is superior in one way, for “Western” “leaders” have ot yet mastered this technique of government-after-death….but I bet you another organic potato that they are working on it.

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2 responses to “Of course the “Dear Leader” is dead. There is a long tradition of deathness-in-life, in Communist Juntas.

  1. Richard Garner

    Time for this, then:

    In case the embedding didn’t work, here is a link

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