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Good Bye Dear Leader… Farewell To Kim Jong il

The western world woke up this morning to the news that "Dear Leader"  Kim Jong II had died of a heart attack in North Korea....

Arguably Kim Jong's role in Team America is the most memorable... when you think of Team America, one thing pops into your mind...


North Korea's leader Kim Jong Il who, after succeeding his father 17 years ago has kicked it from a heart attack at the age of 69, Kim Jong will most be remembered for leading his poor nation behind a tightly closed curtain and continously biting at the ankles of it's enemies.

A tearful broadcaster reported that Kim died due to "overwork" after "dedicating his life to the people."

Kim suffered "great mental and physical strain" while on a train during a "field guidance tour," North Korea's state-run KCNA news agency reported.

Check how the reporter starts balling whilst reporting the news.

His third son Kim Jong Un (pictured below) has been named his successor, no doubt he's going to follow in his fathers footsteps...

Les Misérable 

I must admit, 2011 hasn't been a good year for high ranking terrorists and dictators.
In this year alone we have seen the following make a swift exit, 

Osama Bin Laden
Muammar Gaddafi
Kim Jong II

I bet Robert Mugabe can't frickin wait for new years... would we be so lucky 🙂

It's a pity Nando's didn't hold the release of their Last Dictator Standing Ad for a few more weeks, they could have added Kim Jong to the video.

I'll play you out with this song from Team America by Dear Leader, Kim Jong II 1942-2011

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