NoKo's late 'Dear Leader' to be stuffed and mounted

Well, not really. But his remains will be on display "in perpetuity" says the new Dear Leader.

Fox News:

North Korea announced Thursday that the body of Kim Jong Il will lie in state in perpetuity in a Pyongyang palace and memorial towers will be built nationwide, as part of plans to honor the late leader.

Kim died on December 17, 2011 of a heart attack at age 69 after 17 years in charge of the impoverished but nuclear-armed nation. His son Kim Jong Un has taken over the leadership.

The ruling Communist Party, describing the late Kim as its "eternal leader," announced that his body would lie in state at the Kumsusan Memorial Palace, AFP reported.

Kim's corpse was on display at the palace before an elaborate funeral on December 28. The embalmed body of his father, founding president Kim Il Sung, is on view to favored visitors at the building.

The party, in a report carried by the official news agency, announced plans for a statue to Kim Jong Il. It also said smiling portraits "and towers to his immortality" would be built nationwide.

His birthday on February 16, "the greatest auspicious holiday of the nation," would be named the Day of the Shining Star, according to the decision made by the political bureau of the party's central committee.

Even if you're dead - when you got it, flaunt it, baby.

You may recall they had the rotting corpse of Lenin on display in a mausoleum in Red Square for 75 years. Then Communism went kaput and they thought about moving it to someplace less conspicuous. They still might, but Putin won't budge on the issue.

I wonder if the North Koreans will make rules when visiting Dear Leader's body like the Soviets did for viewing Lenin's corpse?

All items capable of recording video or audio as well as taking a picture are strictly forbidden inside the mausoleum. All electronic items must be checked in a nearby building containing lockers. Before visitors are allowed to enter the mausoleum, armed police or military guards search each visitor. Visitors are required to show respect while in the tomb; photography and videotaping inside the mausoleum are forbidden, as are talking, smoking, keeping hands in pockets, or wearing hats (if male)

I wouldn't be surprised if they make citizens enter on their knees and crawl toward the bier.






Well, not really. But his remains will be on display "in perpetuity" says the new Dear Leader.

Fox News:

North Korea announced Thursday that the body of Kim Jong Il will lie in state in perpetuity in a Pyongyang palace and memorial towers will be built nationwide, as part of plans to honor the late leader.

Kim died on December 17, 2011 of a heart attack at age 69 after 17 years in charge of the impoverished but nuclear-armed nation. His son Kim Jong Un has taken over the leadership.

The ruling Communist Party, describing the late Kim as its "eternal leader," announced that his body would lie in state at the Kumsusan Memorial Palace, AFP reported.

Kim's corpse was on display at the palace before an elaborate funeral on December 28. The embalmed body of his father, founding president Kim Il Sung, is on view to favored visitors at the building.

The party, in a report carried by the official news agency, announced plans for a statue to Kim Jong Il. It also said smiling portraits "and towers to his immortality" would be built nationwide.

His birthday on February 16, "the greatest auspicious holiday of the nation," would be named the Day of the Shining Star, according to the decision made by the political bureau of the party's central committee.

Even if you're dead - when you got it, flaunt it, baby.

You may recall they had the rotting corpse of Lenin on display in a mausoleum in Red Square for 75 years. Then Communism went kaput and they thought about moving it to someplace less conspicuous. They still might, but Putin won't budge on the issue.

I wonder if the North Koreans will make rules when visiting Dear Leader's body like the Soviets did for viewing Lenin's corpse?

All items capable of recording video or audio as well as taking a picture are strictly forbidden inside the mausoleum. All electronic items must be checked in a nearby building containing lockers. Before visitors are allowed to enter the mausoleum, armed police or military guards search each visitor. Visitors are required to show respect while in the tomb; photography and videotaping inside the mausoleum are forbidden, as are talking, smoking, keeping hands in pockets, or wearing hats (if male)

I wouldn't be surprised if they make citizens enter on their knees and crawl toward the bier.






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