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West Korea avoids conflict with the North by pretending not to exist

Diplomats in the Republic of West Korea were being lauded last night after seventy years of peaceful coexistence with both the Southern Republic of Korea and the Northern People’s Democratic Republic, which outside observers put down to the nation’s hard work at hiding from everyone.

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Posted: Mar 23rd, 2013
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‘It’s Dear Diana all over again’ say North Koreans at Jong-il’s funeral

The outbursts of emotional distress at the funeral of leader Kim Jong-il have not been witnessed on the streets of Pyongyang since news of the tragic death of Diana, Princess of Wales, reached North Korea fourteen years ago.

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Posted: Dec 29th, 2011
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Christmas cancelled as Kim Jong-Il is revealed as the real Santa Claus

The reason behind North Korea’s legendary paranoia was revealed as Kim Jong-Il died this week and Christmas across the world had to be cancelled at short notice. ‘Father Christmas is dead, we are nothing and our labours in his many toy factories have been pointless.’ Wept Kim News-Reader as she spoke to the nation.

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Posted: Dec 20th, 2011
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Hague fury as Kim Jong Il death too late to stop Xmas card

Foreign Secretary William Hague has today spoken of his anger that North Korean leader Kim Jong Il couldn’t have died a couple of days sooner, prior to the UK sending him a Christmas card.

‘It’s damned inconsiderate’ ranted Hague. ‘We got him a lovely card off Moonpig.com with his name on the front and everything which cost £2.50. And have you any idea how much postage is to North Korea?! We’re almost in a recession here for goodness sake. Couldn’t he have popped his clogs before I took the cards to the post-office last Friday?’

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Posted: Dec 19th, 2011
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‘Couple of pints’ with Kim Jong-il ends badly for local bell-end

best not to mention the Coen brothersWhat started as a friendly drink with the North Korean dictator turned ugly over a disagreement about films.

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Posted: Jan 29th, 2011
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