This probably looks scarier when viewed on Windows 95.Grab your mug of Cap’n Crunch and let’s get this week started with a little North Korea.

Sure, it’s hard to see people fawning over an ex, but in the case of the mainstream media’s lustful deep throating with Kim Jong-un, frankly, we here at PD feel it is more than a tad over the line— especially since as of September 25th, 2017 Donald Trump still has yet to put anyone in a work camp or sentence someone to execution by a pack of hungry dogs.

In any case, while the Trump/Un situation might seem pretty tense, historically speaking, not counting the use of Photoshop, Kim Jong-un isn’t doing anything different than his grandfather and fellow unicorn, Kim Il-sung.Kim Il-sung. See? Cut Kim Jong-un some slack. Big bones really do run in his family.

Kim Il-sung, whom when he wasn’t praising Lenin and not boasting about not defecating, made it clear that, “The most important thing in our war preparations is to teach all our people to hate US imperialism. Otherwise, we will not be able to defeat the US imperialists who boast of their technological superiority.”

Based on that, when you think about it, the August video featuring a Trump look-alike in a Guam graveyard might seem spooky, but in actuality, it is really just a continuance of Kim Family diplomatic policy with the West.