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Monday
Jan102011

North Korea Special: Kim Jong Il Looks at His Hacked Twitter Account

We have had the esteemed pleasure in recent weeks, first of informing you by pictures of North Korea Dear Leader Kim Jong Il looking at wondrous things like food, pigs, and wood, then of informing you by video of Dear Leader Kim Jong Il looking at an apartment complete with running water, a crying girl, and toilet paper.

We regret this morning, however, that we must inform you that Dear Leader Kim Jong Il is looking at his hacked Twitter account.

Last August, the Glorious North Korean Government Computer Geeks opened a Twitter account, Uruminzok (Our People), which soon brought news of wondrous accomplishments such as opening and looking at a factory. More than 11,000 esteemed followers celebrated pictures of the Dear Leader and the Dear Next Leader Kim Jong Un.

But on Friday, the Evil Pernicious Enemy Computer Geeks took over the account, posting a series of messages that called on the North Korean people to remove Dear Leader so they could enjoy their lives and look at things themselves. One message called for an uprising to kill the Kims "with a sword", while another gave the signal for revolution: "Let's create a new world by rooting out our people's sworn enemy Kim Jong Il and his son Kim Jong Un!".

Thus the glory of the Most Important Event on Friday, the birthday of Dear Next Leader Kim Jong Un, was stolen.

Meanwhile, the Glorious North Korean Government Computer Geeks seem to be either asleep or scratching their heads: the Twitter account has not been updated since the subversive messages on Friday, and the call to enjoy a luxurious life by overthrowing the regime is still very "live".

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