The latest in North Korea’s Kim-family dynasty to cultivate their own self-deification would be the same one derisively referred to as “Lil Kim” by those who see though his often comical faux-aggrandizement. As reported by The Telegraph (of London, United Kingdom) on April 10, 2015, the super-human feats of the 300 pound tyrant who rules over a nation best known for nuclear weapons and millions of peasants starving to death were made public.
With the official titles of Supreme Leader; Supreme Commander of the Korean People’s Army; First Secretary of the Workers’ Party of Korea; and also holding the rank of Marshall (5-star general) in the Korean People’s Army, Kim Jung-un is now ordering teachers in the so-called Worker’s Paradise of North Korea to teach children of his somewhat amazing childhood. Perhaps not since the son of Jor-El crash landed on the Kansas farm of Ma and Pa Kent has a child been attributed with such super-human abilities.
According to reports, middle and high schools students across the country now have a new subject to bone-up on, Kim Jong-un’s Revolutionary Activities. Among Supreme Leader’s activities include him learning how to master driving an automobile at the tender age of 3, as well as when he was a mere 9-years-old, managed to out-sailor “the chief executive of a foreign yacht company who was visiting North Korea at the time,” beating the CEO in a yacht race.
Not the first time Kim’s showed a flair for the extreme, on Christmas Eve of 2013, the Huffington Post noted that the dictatorial dwarf reportedly had his uncle and top rival for power, Jang Song-thaek, put to death by firing squad, and not just any firing squad. Uncle Thaek was reportedly whacked by the same type of heavy machine guns used to shoot down airplanes.
But just a handful of days later, NBC News via KARE-TV of Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN, reported an update to the sanguine demise of Uncle Thaek. NBC referenced the Hong Kong-based newspaper Wen Wei Po, long known for supporting the Communist government in Beijing, as publishing that Uncle Thaek and his five closest aides were actually fed to 120 snarling hunting dogs which had been starved for five days prior.
With the distinct possibility that Kim and the hunting hounds are the only things well-fed in the North, Examiner.com previously cited multiple sources that reported the famine was so severe, there have been more than a few reported cases of cannibalism. As cited, “one man was executed after eating part of a colleague and then trying to sell the remains as mutton.” Another man was executed last Spring after murdering 11 people and selling the bodies as pork. Yet another grisly report comes out of a village in rural Chongdan county, where “a man who went mad with hunger boiled his own child, ate his flesh and was later arrested.”
Also previously reported by Examiner.com were multiple news sources citing just how bad things really are in The Democratic People’s Republic. With Kim’s military usually well-fed, reports are being made known in the West that hunger is now a problem even within the ranks of the much feared Storm Corps, the official name for the country’s Special Forces.
Seemingly oblivious to the suffering of the people, Kim’s weight is estimated between 260-300 pounds. As cited, The Telegraph went as far as to run a headline in 2014, “Kim Jong-un ‘so fat he has fractured his ankles'”.