Sunday, August 9, 2009

Kim Jong-un gets internship at North Korea's Ministry of Foreign Affairs

That must be what's going on, because the National Security Agency is giving the 26-year-old supposed wunderkind credit for arranging former President Bill Clinton's rescue mission trip:
The North's National Security Agency, a spy agency and powerful organ of the North Korean leadership, claimed in a recent lecture that Clinton had to come and apologize before the North Korean leader because of the "outstanding tactics" of Kim Jong-un, the sources said.

Speaking on the condition of anonymity, they noted a similar kind of "resume building" took place when Kim Jong-il was picked as the successor to his father, North Korea's founder, Kim Il-sung.

Kim Jong-il, 26 years old at the time with very little known about his personal achievements, was given credit for the 1968 seizure of a U.S. military ship, Pueblo.

Jong-un, now 26, is said to have been named the successor to his 67-year-old father who reportedly suffered a stroke last year.

The sources said the North Korean spy agency has also begun referring to Jong-un as a "general."
I hope my mom and dad don't read this. When I was twenty-six they were still dogging me about not going to med school. 

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