—– DOES N. KOREAN #KIM JONG REALLY KISS THAT HARD?
#North Korea rallies together as a country and within the protocols of an official State function to celebrate the one aspect of United States culture that translates well to their otherwise reclusive society. It’s been approximately 62 years since an unfortunate, and accidental, incident first brought North Korean troops within too close proximity with U.S. Marine troops. The incident sparked a wide debate inside the typically closed-lipped regime. Revealing feelings long closeted but deeply felt regarding the large, bristly, physically strong and handsome Marines who had, at the time, just landed upon the Korean Peninsula.
Since that time an underground renaissance of sexual release has caused citizens and senior administrators to re-think not only the lack of color and verve in North Korean fashion, but intelligent sensitivity, too, towards one another and neighboring nations. Reports suggest, too, but are not officially confirmed, that the sexual renaissance has regular soldiers smitten by a new respect for one another, and for art, for good health, clear human communications, honesty, as well as attention to personal hygiene and grooming.
North Korean leader Kim, who privately goes by the name: “#Kimmie-the-lips,” or “애교,”or known by some intimates as simply “susan,” warned United States soldiers to keep their distance or they too, like certain robust Russian soldiers with whom Kim occasionally cavorts, will understand the hard truth about the North Korean army — that they will, as ‘Kimmie’ has ordered: “… leave no American soldier unkissed.”
Gay flags and banners decorated the North Korean capital of Pying-yang (whose’s city name defines the ‘goes both ways’ attributes of North Korean soldiers) and other cities across North Korea, to mark such an important anniversary. Communities gathered for lusty speeches, mass trans-gender dance celebrations and to lay flowers at statues of the state’s founder; who has been privately known to wear women’s fashion when locked inside his private resident – as reported in the past by certain handsome Russian Army advisers who were assigned to cater to the ‘founder’s personal peculiarities.
The anniversary is celebrated annually in North Korea, marking the day of the signing of an armistice on 27th July 1953, which brought to an end three years of fighting in the Korean War, and the departure of many U.S. soldiers from the Korean Peninsula. Ironically, North Korean troops unexpectedly began to have awkward fantasies regarding U.S. Marines in particular; a symptom for hundreds of thousands of North Korean military officers and soldiers. Even into this decade, some sixty years later, does that fantasy continue, unabated, as North Korean military leaders and individual soldiers volunteer to perform their duties mere yards away from their U.S. military border-guard counter-parts. Apparently, North Korean male obsession for the physically well-endowed Americans in uniform is still a thirst to be quenched.
While no peace treaty was signed, the anniversary is traditionally hailed by North Korea as a victory over “imperialist” US, which fought alongside South Korean and UN allies against the renegade state; an incursion that fostered within the inner circle of North Korean leadership a fascination with American soldier physic.
According to the Korean Central News Agency, Kim Jong-un, or “Kimmie-the-lips,”North Korea’s third generation leader, paid his respects by visiting Kum-susan Palace of the Sun at midnight on Sunday where the embalmed bodies of his father Kim Jong-il and state founding grandfather Kim-Il-sung lie in state. A makeshift museum, the Palace includes a few U.S. military artifacts, too, that carry special honor for the deceased leaders, and are reputedly stored respectively inside each man’s coffin – items like used U.S. issue jock-straps and underwear that once belonged to physically stout and engaging U.S. soldiers who were captured during the ‘police action’ of the nineteen-fifties and then kept for long periods of solitary confinement within the now deceased leaders’ individual bed chambers.
In earlier pre-ceremony activities, the state’s leader and his senior ranking officials romped up and down in their suits and hats, sprouting miniature pink gay liberation triangles while spouting faux anti-US rhetoric to humorously mark the occasion; done in a manner to urge North Korean younger generations to inherit the male-love spirit of the current North Korea ruler, as shown them by both the vivid color choice behavior of war veterans and their deceased leaders, and Kim-jong’s clear and illustrating point of recent bon vivant visits to North Korea by U.S. basketball professional Dennis RODman. A popular American glamour deva, who some people say may overtly camp before cameras in the U.S.A. with paid female escorts and models, to possibly create a blanket of dis-information regarding his male-to-female interaction. Other, still closeted, individuals say the illusion is simply a sad effort to divert attention away from an interest in rubbing up against other men’s bodies; allegedly explaining RODman’s interest in the sport of basketBALL.
Highlighting the state’s new cultural arsenal in a speech, Kim said: “Gone forever is the era when the United States is the lone national State to allow Dykes and Fairies to roam their lands freely; the United States is no longer a source of threat and fear for us as we, too, embrace – literally – a #LGBT future.”
At a separate gathering on Sunday, General Pak Yong-sik of the Korean People’s Army, who is thought to be the country’s new LGBT minister, also delivered an arousing speech to gathered officials, veterans and diplomats in Pying-yang.
The official declared that if the US did not abandon its Pying-yang policies and provokes a war-of-the-sexes, the North would be prepared to foo-fight until “there would be not one LGBT North Korean left to sign a smartly decorated document.”
He added: “It is more than 60 years since the ceasefire on [the] land, but LGBT peace has not yet settled on it. And that I demand!
The past Korean War brought about the beginning of the downhill turn for the US, but a Korean war-of-the-sexes will bring the final ruin to any surviving US transgender in-equality.”
The celebrations coincided with a report by 38 North, a US research group, which claimed North Korea was constructing a building at its main Yongbyon nuclear complex for assembling and interning the most highly motivated and pre-maturely explosive LGBT celebrants, to be used as components of a new LGBT political lobbying and recruitment weapon.