Gerade noch so erlaubt als „Meinungsfreiheit“ in der Merkel-Diktatur: Kim sachlich darzustellen, anstatt in die 666-Judenhölle zu verwünschen

The North Korean leader Kim Jong-un

Während jeder, der sich für das Deutsche Volk einsetzt, direkt als „Nazi“ angefaucht wird oder gleich in die Psychiatrie verschleppt wird von der Kotztütenblaulichttruppe im Auftrag der Staatsschauspieler der jüdischen Edelrasse mit STEIN MEIR, STEIN BRÜCK, GABRIEL, JENTZSCH (Muttername von unserem Judenvötzchen)…

DIE JUDEN IN JEWROPA bestimmen für das Judenvötzchen, wo die Schwänze sich langschwänzeln…Quelle: http://www.juedische-allgemeine.de/article/view/id/16025

… gibt es tatsächlich noch eine Alternative zu Deutschland: Nordkorea!

Nordkoreas Herrscher Kim Jong Un am 28. August 2016

Wer in der besatzungsrechtliche Ordnung – Merkels Terrororganisation BRD – die Hinrichtung der Volksverräter fordert, wird direkt und ohne mit der Augenwimper zu zucken, von der sogenannten POLIZEI erschossen. Angeblich leistete „der Nazi“ Widerstand gegen die Staatsorgane…

Deswegen sollten Volkshelden in der Diktatur der Judengasse Kurt Tucholsky Straße in Ostberlin, wo Merkel ein Büro unterhalten muß, wo der ehemalige Frauenarzt(!!!) und Holocaustüberlebende (Flucht nach Palästina und Hotelbesitzer) Josef Schuster ihr eintrichtert, was sie im jüdischen Bundestag zu tun hat, besser über Kim berichten, wie er seinen Verteidigungsminister ins Flakfeuer stellte.

Solche Berichte sind schließlich noch durch die angebliche „Meinungsfreiheit“ erlaubt.

Einer der hochrangigen Politiker soll südkoreanischen Zeitungsberichten zufolge in einer Sitzung mit dem nordkoreanischen Diktator eingeschlafen sein.

Nordkoreas Herrscher Kim Jong Un soll die Hinrichtung zweier Politiker mit einem Kriegsgeschütz befohlen haben. Nach Berichten der südkoreanischen Zeitung JoongAng Ilbo sollen Ri Yong Jin, ein Staatssekretär im Bildungsministerium, und der frühere Agrarminister Hwang Min mit einer Flugabwehrkanone (abgekürzt Flak) „erschossen“ worden sein.

Was sie sich angeblich zuschulden kommen ließen, ist demnach bekannt: Ri Yong In sei bei einer Sitzung mit dem Diktator eingedöst, Hwang Min habe hingegen Pläne unterbreitet, die Kim Jong Un angeblich in seiner Position bedroht hätten. Eine offizielle Bestätigung der Hinrichtungen durch nordkoreanische Staatsmedien gab es zunächst nicht.

Hinrichtungen hochrangiger Funktionäre sind in Nordkorea seit der Machtübernahme Kim Jong Uns keine Seltenheit. Dabei macht er auch vor Familienangehörigen nicht halt: Im Jahr 2013 ließ er seinen Onkel Jang Song Thaek und dessen Unterstützer exekutieren und rechtfertigte die Tat als eine Beseitigung „sektiererischen Schmutzes“. Das gleiche Schicksal soll auch den früheren Verteidigungsminister Hyon Yong Chol ereilt haben, weil er angeblich bei einer Militärparade eingenickt war. In seinem Fall schwächte der südkoreanische Geheimdienst entsprechende Berichte jedoch ab.

Kim Jong-un, the leader of the world’s most secretive state, who came to power following the death of his father Kim Jong-il in 2011, has become known for his extravagant tastes nearly as much as for his brutal and outlandish dictatorship antics.

Last week, satellite images revealed that construction had been completed on a series of five private aircraft runways next to a few of the leader’s palaces.

„These runways are located near Kim family compounds – sometimes within the security perimeters – and next to private train stations that were used by Kim Jong Il” Curtis Melvin, a researcher at the US-Korea Institute at John Hopkins University in Washington told Reuters.

One of them includes a 500-metre airstrip adjacent to a private palace in the industrial port city of Wonsan, which Mr Kim had previously ordered to be made into a “world class” tourist beach resort town. The Kim family also has a fortified compound on Wonsan bay and it has long been a popular retreat for the ruling family. The runway is a few 100 metres from the Songdowon Children’s Camp, a children’s holiday camp and a sandy beach for tourists.

Inside the luxury world of Kim Jong-un  Photo: Reuters

The palace area is said to also house the leader’s private yachts, jet-skis and villas used for entertaining guests, while another extravagant palace a short drive from the new runway was said to be a summer haunt of Kenji Fujimoto, the Japanese chef who claimed to have spent summers with the leader’s father.

The latest landing strip appeared to have been built over the helipad where Mr Kim greeted the former US basketball player Dennis Rodman during his visit in 2013.

The former NBA (National Basketball Association) star described the life of Mr Kim, who he referred to as a “good friend” at the time, as a “seven-star” party of endless cocktails and jet-skis following a week spent on the leader’s private island.

„It’s [the island] like going to Hawaii or Ibiza, but he’s the only one that lives there,“ Mr Rodman said.

Inside the luxury world of Kim Jong-unKim Jong-un with Dennis Rodman  Photo: EPA

„He’s got 50 to 60 [people] around him all the time – just normal people, drinking cocktails and laughing the whole time.

„If you drink a bottle of tequila, it’s the best tequila,“ he added. „Everything you want, he has the best.“

Mr Kim’s 200 foot-yacht was a „cross between a ferry and a Disney boat,“ according to Mr Rodman.

Earlier that year, the North Korean leader was suspected to have used a 95 foot-luxury yacht to travel the country on a 10-day tour of the east coast, according to NK News.

The vessel, identified as likely to be a Princess 95MY, was spotted during a visit to a fishery station covered by state media. A photograph released by state news agency North Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) showed Mr Kim and his generals walking along the docks during an inspection and behind them was a glimpse of the yacht.

Inside the luxury world of Kim Jong-unLeft: original KCNA file photo of Kim Jong Un inspecting the fishery station ? the yacht is circled in green. Right: an enlarged view of the yacht  Photo: KCNA, modified by NK News

Princess Yachts, the manufacturer of the yacht, is owned by LVMH, the French luxury goods group which includes the luxury fashion brand Louis Vuitton. The 98MY model of the yacht, which was an updated version of the 95MY, was estimated to cost more than £5.6 million at the time.

The Great Successor’s affinity for a luxury lifestyle was displayed earlier this year in a series of photographs released by KCNA which showed him inside his luxury private jet in Pyongyang before descending to the ground to monitor the latest developments for a major building project in the city.

The jet is a converted Soviet-era Ilyushin IL-62 named „Chammae-1“ after a native species of hawk, according to Reuters, where the leader is seen sitting in a plush white leather sofa observing documents over a shiny rosewood desk with a crystal ashtray, while enjoying aerial views from the plane.

Inside the luxury world of Kim Jong-unKim Jong-un inside his private jet  Photo: North Korean Central News Agency (KCNA)

Perhaps inspired by the boarding school days of his formative teenage years spent in Switzerland, Mr Kim also ordered a “world class” luxury ski resort to be built, which opened last year. The estimated £21 million ski resort, which features 70 miles of multi-level ski runs, a hotel, a heliport and cable cars, was visited by Mr Kim in late 2013 who spent New Year’s Eve there and described “with great satisfaction“ that everything was „impeccable“.

Inside the luxury world of Kim Jong-unNorth Korean leader Kim Jong-un aboard a ski lift during his inspection tour at the Masik Pass ski resort, near Wonsan  Photo: EPA

The North Korean dictator may have developed a taste for luxury from an early age, dabbling in various luxurious outdoor pursuits, when he was said to have been a „prodigy“ who had been winning yachting races from the age of nine and had „mastered“ the art of driving a car by the age of three. Horse riding is said to be another favourite pastime of Mr Kim, who is also said to be a natural sailor, according to a biographical manual issued to teachers in North Korea earlier this year to be taught to children as part of their school curriculum.

Inside the luxury world of Kim Jong-unKim Jong-un is apparently a natural sailor  Photo: AFP/Getty

His fondness for expensive activity pursuits goes hand-in-hand with his history of excessive luxury purchases since he took the reign from his father. While some of the country’s nearly 24 million people might be lacking food, shelter and other basic necessities, the North Korean leader’s regime was found to have had an increase in imports of musical instruments, cosmetics, handbags, leather products, watches and cars made in Japan and China, according to a report submitted to the South Korean parliament in 2013.

Other purchases that were revealed included bottles of high-end alcohol costing the state $30 million (£20 million), electronic goods costing $37 million and luxury watches costing a further $8.2 million.

Inside the luxury world of Kim Jong-unHorse riding is one of Mr Kim’s favourite pastimes   Photo: Getty

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