Published On: Mon, Dec 11th, 2017

Kim Jong Un: The peerlessly illustrious commander ‘who controls the nature’

While his dad, Kim Jong-il was noted to have some exceptional powers like shooting an amazing 11 holes-in-one during his first game of golf and the story that he didn’t defecate, the son and current Leader, Kim Jong Un,  may have powers his father would be envious of.

Controlling nature or thinking about nuclear force?
Who knows? Image/Rodong Sinmun

In a Saturday report in the nation’s state media, Rodong Sinmun, the younger Kim climbed Mt Paektu. It’s not that he climbed it, it’s how he did it. It goes like this:

Kim Jong Un ascended to the top of it (wearing his usual attire-see pic), going through thick snow, it showed fine weather unprecedented in the blizzard of December winter, exposing its majestic figure. (He stopped the blizzard as he appeared on top of the mountain?)

As if to give warm welcome to him who brought the “great November event” of the great Korea and show joy at the appearance of the peerlessly illustrious commander who controls the nature, the heart of the ever-changing Lake Chon on the top of Mt Paektu presented charming scenery showing magic peaks and dazzling sunshine on its clear and blue waves.

Imposingly standing on Janggun Peak, the respected Supreme Leader gave a familiar look for a while at the dizzy cliffs and the sea of trees, recalling the emotion-charged days when he realized the great historic cause of completing the state nuclear force without yielding even a moment and with the indomitable faith and will of Paektu.(He stands on top of this peaceful, tranquil mountain and contemplates “nuclear force”).

Wow. Enough said.


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