Is Kim Jong il Dead?

Mirage

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Is Kim Jong il dead?

Recently there have been rumors that he has been dead since 2003 and that the current "Kim Jong il" is simply his body double who assumed his identity after his death.

He is rarely seen but some known facts about him didn't add up to Japan university professor Toshimitsu Shigemura, who wrote a book "The True Character of Kim Jong il". This lead to some of these rumors.

http://www.japantoday.com/category/...as-replaced-by-lookalike-says-waseda-profesor

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ysabel

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I liked the comment after the article:

Well he's certainly been brain dead for a long long time.


I don't know if I'll buy the theory that he's dead. If he were, wouldn't they be building a (living) successor already in those five years and pretend that he'll just soon retire and ready to turn over?
 

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The first link has more information. It takes longer to load though but it does raise a lot of red flags.

It's almost as if the current dictatorship wants to give the impression to the people of North Korea that Kim is immortal, and will continue to live on. The people there are taught to believe that he is God.
 

BigBlue

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Man if he was dead since 2003, wow they did a hell of a job keeping the news from leaking out. It is North Korea though, nothing really comes in or out of that place.
I like South Korea, just thought i'd add that for some reason.
 
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Didn't a similar thing happen to Castro?

I don't believe he's dead either. He's probably too ill to lead and having others stand in for him telling them what to do, perhaps?
 

Duke1985

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Didn't a similar thing happen to Castro?

I don't believe he's dead either. He's probably too ill to lead and having others stand in for him telling them what to do, perhaps?
If thats true, then like Castro it could be a sign he's in poor health.
 
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I just thought of something: there were North Korean athletes at the Olympics. Had none of them thought about running away at the end of the games?
 

Duke1985

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I just thought of something: there were North Korean athletes at the Olympics. Had none of them thought about running away at the end of the games?
If China is in the habit of sending refugees back to NK then probably not, although if the press got a hold of it, that would be a massive shit storm.