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Kim Jong Il has died this weekend... And the world rejoices.

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Stonekiller

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Korean communist ruler Kim Jong Il has passed away from Fatigue on a train. His 20 something Son Kim Jong Un has taken over...

Osama, Gadaffi, and now Kim Jong Il, who's next?

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I have a feeling that the devil is merely recalling his minions home for 2012 planning.

So, whos next? Putin


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Hrmmm, who's next? Assad, or Ahmadinejad... Either or will do, though Iran needs to chill the f*ck out... Though strategically for Iran, now is the time to be dicks in that region, while the Americans are in no way ready to run another campaign in that region. As much as Iran deserves a kick in the balls for being so completely contrary to the rest of the world.

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Chavez probably next.


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Or everyone's favorite Cuban, Fidel Castro.

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Forgot about Hugo Chavez, that guy is also an international douche.

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If Ahmedinejad does happen to go, he'll be replaced forthwith. He has no real power, all the power is held by the Ayatollah and his council.


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Stonekiller wrote:Or everyone's favorite Cuban, Fidel Castro.
Fidel is still alive?


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Don't forget the left's favourite villain: Stephen Harper!


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Thank God Harper won the election. Now if only everyone would stop complaining and get with the program.

In other news, I think Assad is next to go. But it has to be done in such as way as to not further allow the tentacles of Iran to grip Syria even tighter. Call in the Mossad.


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