It is reported North Korean leader Kim Jong Un executed his defence chief for apparently sleeping during a meeting and talking back to the young leader, South Korea’s spy agency has said. National Intelligence Service officials said People’s Armed Forces Minister Hyon Yong Chol was killed by anti-aircraft gunfire with hundreds watching at a shooting range at Pyongyang’s Kang Kon Military Academy in late April.
This is obviously a totally implausible story spread by the Capitalist Running Dogs of South Korea and their lackeys for how could anybody fall asleep during a thrilling speech by the Dear Leader and Sun of the Communist Future?
If you can be publicly shredded by shrapnel for falling asleep during Kim Jong Un’s how much more dangerous is it to pass yourself off as his double? A mild-mannered musician has become the world’s first professional Kim Jong-un lookalike. Howard, from Hong Kong, has endured endless jokes about his dictator double ever since Kim rose to power in 2011. Now the 34-year-old is perfecting his wave and stern smile to bag work moonlighting as the ruthless general’s impersonator. Howard – who refuses to give his surname for fear of reprisals from the secretive state – says he fell into the role almost by accident when a picture of himself posing as the Dear Leader went viral on Facebook last April.
This sinister Kim-a-like is actually a 35-year-old local musician named Howard. He is available for weddings, bah mitzvahs, funerals or you can hire him to entertain your party guests or scare the shit out of small children.
Howard told The Eagle that “The key to becoming Kim is to always look unhappy and dissatisfied. It is his trademark… The reaction whenever I step out in the Mao suit, make up and hair slicked back is always crazy.”
Australian-born Howard starred in an Israeli fast food commercial last year, where he threatened Obama and lamented the quality of American burgers…
Get to see Howard while you can, when he’s gone, he’s gone! Now if you’ll excuse us The Eagle needs to prepare for a Cyber Attack.
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