Tokyo Japan: Kim Jong Nam the oldest son of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) "Dear Leader" Kim Jong il is opposed to the dynastic succession of his younger half-brother Kim Jong uN taking power.
Kim Jong Nam has been living in China while secretly smuggling tanks, missiles and other armaments across the Yalu River border into the DPRK at Pyongying. Kim Jong Nam's forces made a surprise lightening sweep to the 40th parallel before being stopped by the Korean People's Army (KPA). Unidentified sources indicate that the KPA were all drunk celebrating Kim Jong uN's ascending to become the new "Dear Leader" before they realized what hit them!
Kim Jong il has intervened to mediate the situation and called for a truce, with formal peace talks beginning at facilities to be constructed along the 40th parallel. Unidentified sources also indicate that Kim Jong il has decided to split the DPRK into North and South nations.
The NDPRK will be headed by Kim Jong Nam to be designated "Dear Leader I," with the capitol located at Pyongying. The SDPRK will be headed by Kim Jong uN to be designated "Dear Leader II," with the capitol located at Pyongyang. Kim Jong il said "after all boys will be boys."