Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Time for a new car

Thousands of mourning North Koreans turned out for the memorial to say farewell to their long time leader Kim Jong-Il Wednesday morning.

The three hour procession was led by Kim Jong-Un, who walked beside his father's coffin as they traveled through the Kumsusan Memorial Palace in Pyongyang, where dead North Korean leader Kim Il-Sung is entombed.


We are yet to see what may transpire in North Korea with their new leader. However if I were leader, one of the first things I would do is replace those 1970's limousines with something a little newer. Some fine cars come from Japan, South Korea and even China. And the best they can do is old Lincolns?!


Sources: Associated Press and www.rawstory.com

2 comments:

Jim said...

Stew, I think if they were to buy newer cars the poor population may finally realize the insanity of their country and leaders!

This is one of the poorest nations in the world and and the government has the audacity to parade their wealth....not to mention the brain-washing that has taken place in that country. Did you know that the people who live in this city were 'hand picked'? I really hope there is a major change in the near future for these poor people.

Coop said...

Nobody outside of North Korea is mourning that bozo. The North Koreans wouldn't either, if they only knew.