If you haven’t heard by now, you’re missing out: North Korea is the funnest place to live in the entire world, and because Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un wants to keep it that way, he made the most intelligent decision to forbid all “hostile speech” in the country. That, of course, includes sarcastic remarks about his completely benevolent and praiseworthy rule of the nation.
Apparently, disobedient North Koreans like to say things such as “This is all America’s fault!” like a kind of North Korean “Thanks, Obama!” People also like to call Kim a “fool who cannot see the outside world,” which is decidedly a lot less sarcastic, as more and more discontent is being expressed by the lucky, lucky citizens under his rule. What’s the point of saying these things? Don’t they know that Kim Jong-Un is the best thing North Korea will ever have?
There’s really no reason to discount Kim Jong-Un’s wisdom, as he’s also enacted other productive measures such as banning other people from using his name as theirs (because who else could live up to being a Kim Jong-Un?) and cancelling weddings and funerals for a week while he gets sworn in as the leader of the Workers’ Party of Korea for security reasons (how prudent!). Surely, the Supreme Leader has the best interests of North Korea in mind.
Meanwhile, someone who is basically similar to the wise Kim Jong-Un is our very own President Duterte, who doesn’t believe in the cold, cowardly subtext of sarcasm and prefers to speak candidly and honestly. All hail!
Media will spin everything. Me? I don’t give a shit bec I am not pres of intl community. I am pres of PH. You can all go to hell -DU30
— Gil Cabacungan (@gcabacunganINQ) September 9, 2016
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