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Conspiracy of the Day

A Japanese professor has raised an interesting theory about reclusive North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Il. The details seem somewhat fanciful, but hey, I wouldn't put anything past your average dictatorial regime:

Is Kim Jong Il dead? Yes, North Korea’s “Dear Leader” is no more, having passed away in the fall of 2003, writes Waseda University professor Toshimitsu Shigemura in Shukan Gendai (Aug 23-30).

A one-time Mainichi Shimbun journalist posted in Seoul, Shigemura is introduced by the magazine as a leading authority on the Korean Peninsula. His latest book, released this month, is titled “The True Character of Kim Jong Il.”

If true, the implications are potentially vast. Among them: former Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi’s summit partner during one or both of his landmark visits to Pyongyang in 2002 and 2004 was not Kim himself but a dummy—the stand-in Shigemura claims has been fooling the world for at least five years.


What could be more exciting than playing a long game of "Weekend at Li'l Kim's," I ask you?

Nothing in the world.

  #Dictatorship


Comments:

#1 captainfish 25-Aug-2008
Actually, he is not dead. While his replacement is running N. Korea, he is actually running for President of the USA as the Democrat frontrunner.
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