Kim il Sung

So Ronery

Kim Jong-un is feeling ronery again:

Mystery surrounds the whereabouts of the new bride of Kim Jong-un, with reports suggesting that she has fallen foul of the old guard in the North Korean regime for failing to wear a lapel pin.

All?North Koreans?are required to wear the badge, featuring the face of Kim Il-sung, as a mark of their loyalty to the founder of the nation.

Ri Sol-ju, formerly the lead singer with the Ponchonbo Electronic Ensemble, was only officially unveiled as Kim’s wife in July but had previously been pictured accompanying the “Young General” on his visits to state-run farms, military units and official ceremonies.

Initially, state media missed no opportunity to play up the regime’s new First Lady, showing her at a gala in July wearing a black trouser suit and carrying what appeared to be a Chanel bag.

Ri’s appearances marked a major departure from traditional images of North Korean women, who are generally expected to wear skirts or baggy, Mao-style work clothes in shades of grey or brown.

She may have gone too far, however, by replacing the Kim lapel badge with more feminine flowered brooches.South Korean media have reported that Ri has not been seen in public for 40 days, giving rise to inevitable speculation about her fate.


Simon ?FIGJAM? Power. The one and the only. This is a bloke who is well known for running around telling his childhood mates that he was going to be prime minister and the greatest leader of the National Party ever. He is a legend in his own mind.

FIGJAM, there is no way you are ever going to make the step up.

You have totally pissed off the VRWC and you have replaced Winston Peters as our main target. Treason is always a far greater crime than corruption.

Only insiders will know that the whole Electoral Reform select committee was a total farce. FIGJAM hung Amy Adams and the other National committee members out to dry, doing a shabby backroom deal with Labour to have a law that will go through without a fight.

He railroaded the whole process, with caucus not having a say on it, and those on the committee having to do as they were told by FIGJAM.

The only way to deal with this is for FIGJAM‘s cabinet colleagues to tell him to sort it out, and for caucus to give him the bash tomorrow morning. Then they need a swift change in the bill to stop the suppression of free speech.

Otherwise I will be looking for a donor to give $300,001 so I can run a third party campaign against Figjam in Rangitikei, and become New Zealand?s first political prisoner for demonstrating my right to free speech.

Meanwhile I understand that there is chaos in Wellington.?Captain Panic Pants has his nickers in a serious twist about the thought of the PM seeing my billboards on Molesworth St every day on the way to work. Billboards like this one.

Kim il FIGJAM needs to be taken out, both of Rangitikei and also from the National Party, he is better suited to be a force within Labour, with all his pinko mates he prefers to scheme in?back-rooms?with.


Kim il FIGJAM?