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Kim Jong Il's 2009 adventures

Last year I tallied up all the Dear Leader's doings for the year, with the following result:



So, I thought I might as well do the same for 2009:


So, whereas 2008 was a year of military inspections, in 2009 the emphasis was squarely on field guidance.  I suppose one can imagine that the joy of the military in being left alone, comparatively speaking, is matched by the misery of the workers and peasants of the Pyongyang Cornstarch Factory, Oguk Co-op farm, Suphung Power Station etc etc.

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Anonymous Frank said... 3:29 pm

I suppose the lad has to occupy himself somehow.  



Blogger Croydonian said... 3:34 pm

I think it is rather sad that there isn't something along the lines of 'stroking a white cat while dreaming of world domination.'.  



Blogger James Higham said... 4:12 pm

He has to do something just before the end.  



Anonymous Frank said... 1:16 am

Which or whose end?  



Blogger All Seeing Eye said... 2:30 am

His own, of course. The moment that the Kim Jong Il says "I could just shoot you, but that would be too easy...I'm just going to leave the room before the overcomplicated device with the knives and lasers does its thing" you know that Bond is safe.  



Anonymous Frank said... 4:05 pm

Frank: 1:16 made a comment I don't think I made. I rather like the idea of a Doppelgänger. On the other hand if I did make that comment I'm a sleep commenter and that is more than a bit worrying; perhaps a little less whisky evenings.  



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