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Kim Jong Un can control weather — Just like Gore & the UN!

December 12, 2017

By Paul Homewood

 

 

 

From Denmark News.Net:

 

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PYONGYANG, North Korea – Making a bizarre claim, the North Korean media claimed that the country’s leader, Kim Jong Un can control the weather.

According to North Korea’s state media, Kim Jong Un controlled the weather when he scaled a sacred mountain.

The dictator is said to have dressed in smart leather shoes and climbed the 2,744m high Mount Paektu.

Pyongyang media stated that the mountain has a special place in Korean folklore and has been used by the Kim family for generations in propaganda.

The state media claimed that it was snowing because the mountain wanted to give a “warm welcome” to Kim Jong Un.

According to the report, Mount Paektu wanted to “show joy at the appearance of the peerlessly illustrious commander who controls the nature.”

A state media release further stated, “When Kim Jong Un ascended to the top of it, going through thick snow, it showed fine weather unprecedented in the blizzard of December winter, exposing its majestic figure."

The official North Korean newspaper Rodong Sinmum further added that Kim Jong Un had “often climbed” Mount Paektu but this was the first time in mid-winter.

It added, “His eyes reflected the strong beams of the gifted great person seeing in the majestic spirit of Mount Paektu the appearance of a powerful socialist nation which dynamically advances full of vigour without vacillation at any raving dirty wind on the planet.”

Mount Paektu is an active volcano on the border between North Korea and China and both North and South Koreans claim the mountain and lake as their countries’ spiritual home.

http://www.climatedepot.com/2017/12/10/north-korean-media-claims-kim-jong-un-can-control-weather-just-like-gore-the-un/

 

He should get on well with Al Gore then!

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14 Comments
  1. Jackington permalink
    December 12, 2017 11:36 am

    And like Obama when he said he was going to “Legislate” to control the climate.

  2. Nigel S permalink
    December 12, 2017 11:49 am

    Forcing people to profess belief in obviously crazy stuff is part of breaking their spirit and controlling them. A popular technique with authoritarian regimes (and BBC of course).

    • Derek Buxton permalink
      December 15, 2017 10:44 am

      Yes, and I sometimes wonder about the “conservative Party”?

  3. tom0mason permalink
    December 12, 2017 12:59 pm

    I wonder what poor sod had to carry the ever expanding Kim Jong Un up the mountain so that he could proclaim this crap?

    • December 12, 2017 2:26 pm

      I think the only climbing he does is up and down the steps of the helicopter (a heavy lift one).

  4. Tom O permalink
    December 12, 2017 1:28 pm

    Oddly enough, I don’t see anything in this article that “claims” Kim controlled the weather. The Article says the mountain showed its gratitude by giving good weather. Why is it anything about North Korea and Kim are always made to be so damn absurd? It is almost like “let’s make shit up and never let anyone know what is really happening because we don’t want people to know that the country isn’t as destitute and Kim is not hated like we want everyone to believe.”

    • December 12, 2017 2:04 pm

      “Mount Paektu wanted to “show joy at the appearance of the peerlessly illustrious commander who controls the nature.”

      Looks pretty conclusive to me, Tom. And who needs to make anything about the peerlessly illustrious commander absurd? He does fine without any help from us. Even the dangerous illusion that he can take on the USA and win is absurd albeit he can do a deal of damage before the US turns his country into something resembling the surface of the moon.

    • mikewaite permalink
      December 12, 2017 3:24 pm

      Tom, you must have , inexplicably , missed this part of the quote:

      -“The state media claimed that it was snowing because the mountain wanted to give a “warm welcome” to Kim Jong Un.
      According to the report, Mount Paektu wanted to “show joy at the appearance of the peerlessly illustrious commander who controls the nature.”
      A state media release further stated, “When Kim Jong Un ascended to the top of it, going through thick snow, it showed fine weather unprecedented in the blizzard of December winter, exposing its majestic figure.”
      The official North Korean newspaper Rodong Sinmum further added that Kim Jong Un had “often climbed” Mount Paektu but this was the first time in mid-winter.
      It added, “His eyes reflected the strong beams of the gifted great person seeing in the majestic spirit of Mount Paektu the appearance of a powerful socialist nation which dynamically advances full of vigour without vacillation at any raving dirty wind on the planet.”-”

      The origin of the report appears to be the state media , who talk of “the peerless illustrious commander who controls the nature” . Seems pretty clear to me.

    • Greg permalink
      December 12, 2017 7:39 pm

      ‘Not as destitute’ The entire country is so malnourished for so long their average height has dropped precipitously. They had to lower the minimum height for service in the armed forces to less than 5 feet tall or they couldn’t fill the ranks.

  5. December 12, 2017 1:41 pm

    It seems as though the “seminar poster” phenomenon has come to this blog. The idea that Rocket Man is revered and loved by the people of North Korea is preposterous. Perhaps we can see the humanity in Genghis Khan.

  6. December 12, 2017 2:25 pm

    Like all dictators and would-be dictators, they have no problems with changing the laws of physics

    • Robert Jones permalink
      December 12, 2017 3:58 pm

      I would be prepared to believe him too if I knew that my predecessor had been tied to a stake on a firing range and engaged by anti-aircraft cannons.

  7. Bitter&twisted permalink
    December 12, 2017 7:12 pm

    One has to wonder who is the most delusional- Gore or Jong Un.

  8. Chris Hanley permalink
    December 12, 2017 7:58 pm

    This post got me exploring Mt Paektu on the web where I came across a photo of member of the U of Cambridge (presumably) posing beside a petrified larch tree stump buried during the “Millennium eruption” around the 10th century:
    https://www.geog.cam.ac.uk/research/projects/paektu/

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