Dear Leader died on a Saturday, yesterday, at 69|The Dear Leader Kim Jong-il prior to his severe illness.

North Korea’s dictator Kom Jong-il died yesterday due to heart failure, as I watch the news while I was on vacation.

That’s right. Kim Jong Un will be the next dictator, however, there is someone who is rivaling against him, and not only that, North Koreans doesn’t exactly respect the “Great Successor,” just like how they respect the late Dear Leader.

The Future after the Dear Leader

Possible reunification of the Korean Peninsula

What now if Kim Jong Un would initiate the possible reunification of the two Koreas?

It IS possible, only if there’s a revolution going on. However, South Korea’s preparing its military (even the trained men who are required to take military service at their early 20’s) just in case there’s a threat. That’s right. The two Koreas are still in war with each other.

Nuclear Weapons program: The Possible Future

Just in case you still do not know yet, some people are wondering if the US will attack North Korea. Well, it will NEVER happen, unless if the isolated country itself has oil. If the US attacked North Korea for political reasons, that would only mean that they’re dissing the way it is governed.

Yes, regarding the nuclear weapons program, North Korea is sanctioned, and even its closest ally China is being persuaded by other countries to let that program stop, because it’s really dangerous.

Censorship Issue

The death of Kim Jong-il has been a deep sorrow to the citizens of North Korea. Some are really sad, but some are relieved, that there’s a possibility that “life will be good again” if he’s gone.

Somehow, the censorship in North Korea means that the media is state-controlled, and there’s a possibility that the censorship itself will jut loosen up, just like how China did it. China’s media may also be state-controlled and heavily-censored at the same time, but it is not as heavy as North Korea’s.

Scope about Kim Jong-il’s life

As a traveller

He rarely travelled and yes, he only travels by train to China and Russia due to his fear of flying. While travelling, he enjoys fine food while on board.

His train is of course, armored.


He loves foreign films, and he once kidnapped a South Korean filmmaker to create a film with ideological touch.

Alright, nothing much is really known about him, but of course, he lived a luxurious life, leaving his own people starving.


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Posted on December 20, 2011, in Asia, Korea, Opinion, The Political Analyst and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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