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Tuesday, 17 August 2010

image for Kim Jong il withdraws succession of son Kim Jong-un saying he is a 'bad clone'. Other clone sons Kim Jong-deux and Kim Jong-trois waiting in the wings.

North Korean leader, Kim Jong-il, has been grooming his third son Kim Jong-un to succeed him as head of the communist regime.

Little is known about Kim Jong-un other than he "ran for a parliamentary seat" in elections last March. There are no records to prove this confirming the 'rubber-stamping' of this so-called election.

In preparation for this new coronation Daddy Il has been working hard to help Junior get his military stripes but this has been "an exercise in futility" according to anonymous sources.

It now appears Dear Leader is not pleased with this "badly-cloned' son and is dipping into the bottom of the barrel to find another clone".

With Kim Jong-un out of sight and not having been glimpsed anywhere in the past two weeks, rumors are rampant that "slightly better clones" Kim Jong-deux and Kim Jong-trois are ready and waiting to take over.

In the event of equipment failure Kim Jong-quatre and Kim Jong-cinq say they are available.

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