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The question of succession in North Korea weighs heavily on heads of state across the globe. This is particularly true for neighbors of the belligerent Asian nation, who fear the possible future of a North Korea even more despotic and mercurial than the current regime.
Meet the Brilliant Comrade, Kim Jong-un. Born sometime around 1982 or 1983, Kim Jong-il’s youngest son and chosen successor is said to be very much like his father in temperament and tastes, meaning he is a megalomaniacal, avaricious dickball perfectly suited to lord over North Korea during the stupefying ruination of the impoverished third-world hellhole.
There is some danger of a power struggle after the elder Kim dies. Not only does the Brilliant Comrade face treachery on the military front from upstart generals grown weary of Clan Kim’s wacky rule, but also internecine connivance from passed-over older brothers, Kim Larry-il and Kim Curly-jo.
This is one of the few pictures of ‘Lil ‘Lil Kim known to exist.
Update: Within five minutes of the picture’s publication, authorities received over five hundred calls from citizens who claimed they had spotted Kim Jong-un. The vast majority of these erroneous sightings–and in one or two cases false imprisonment–occurred in Orange and Los Angeles County shopping malls.
I think I’ve seen him at the Korean Grocery Store, or maybe it was Panda Express, or maybe it was in a Jackie Chan movie, or maybe it was at my family reunion, or maybe he helped build the railroads, or … and the list goes on…
He helped us with our math homework! Thanks ‘Lil ‘Lil Kim!
Why you gotta be hating on me, man?
Hating–nothing could be further from the truth. We’re sorry if you misunderstood our intentions. We hope that we can both put this matter behind us, and that you will look favorably upon Promethean Times when you inherit your father’s comically despotic regime.