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Monday, 27 September 2010

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The world was left stunned today after Michael Jackson (Mi Jong-son) was unveiled as the new leader of North Korea.

Speculation was rife that Kim Jong-il's son would take over the role, however few realised that Kim Jong-il was Michael Jackson's father.

Fearless Leader of North Korea Kim Jong-il stated:

"I created the foundations of North Korea on a personality cult based around me, the cult was strong and my leadership was successful.

"The problem with a personality cult is that it creates a difficult handover in succession, I knew my son would have to have a be a strong charactor to succeed me.

"At a young age I sent Michael Jackson (Mi Jong-son) to learn the dark arts of mass media, propaganda and charismatic authority in the west.

"He excelled at the arts, and attained cult status worldwide as the king of pop, I am truly proud of him.

"In the mid eighties, after proving his charismatic leadership skills, we started preparing for his reintegration to North Korea by remodeling his face back to it's original Korean form.

"The surgery was gradual, we did not want to alert the west of Mi Jong-son's Korean origins.

"Last year Mi Jong-son returned to Korea in secret to prepare for taking over my role."

In his first speech to parliament Mi Jong-son included a rendition of his 1988 hit single "BAD"

Following his inauguration a spectacular parade took place thru Pyongyang.

"20, 000 North Korean troops performed a synchronised 'Moon Walk' as they passed by Mi Jong-son's VIP box"

U.S Secretary of State Hilary Clinton reacted:

"Mi Jong-son words speak for themselves, the North Korean regime is bad. We still view the North Korean state as part of the axis of evil."

Meanwhile, North Korea issued it's first communication to the White House in 50 years.

A diplomatic letter containing a single word

"Shamone!"

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