This is the first thing I do when I think or even talk about the President of North Korea Kim Jong Un. Yes, he is the same guy who was behind smearing his half-brother's face with acid in Kuala Lumpur airport; yes he is the same guy who keeps flying rockets from North Korea threatening to kill people across the world; but in spite of that, I find Kim Jong Un really hilarious. Like, even if he plots to kill me and eventually kills me, there’s no way I would be wild at him or even want to take revenge. Instead, I would be laughing my ass off thinking about him in hell or purgatory, wherever I end up.
But very recently, Kim Jong Un is showing some signs of charming behavior. All his photos these days have him shaking hands with his once biggest enemy, the President of South Korea Moon; he is seen smiling so much that if there was a Nobel Prize for the best smile, Kim Jong Un must get that award hands down; he also very recently released three Americans captured for literally no reason. And, my goodness those bell-bottom pants get even more bell-bottomier in every new photo released by the North Korean media. He is a style icon!
Of course, all that and also the biggest revolutionary move of opening wide arms of friendship with the President of the United States Donald Trump is something that is completely unbelievable. While Un called Trump a madman, old, and a mentally deranged dotard; Trump called Un a little rocket man and short and fat. In spite of that, they both are best friends today. That’s real love!
I love relationships where there are a lot of arguments…as long as no side in the relationship makes any commitment to change anything that they have already been doing, or where both sides in the relationship make changes in their way of life. An argumentative relationship in which only one side makes all the changes and sacrifices needs to be called off immediately.
Even in case of the love triangle between North Korea-America-South Korea, I see all sides are giving a little bit in the relationship. While North Korea promises to eventually denuclearize, America plans to remove trade sanctions on North Korea and also help North Korea boost its economy and then in the middle of all this is South Korea who has kept all doors open to strengthening friendship with a country they haven’t talked to for more than 50-years. All this is really amazing.
Kim Jong Un is like the prodigal son who left the peaceful Korean way of life and spent all his share of money in building nuclear missiles and plants. But after spending all his resources and money and taking the economy down to zero profits, he returns back and promises to live the Korean way of life of peace, harmony, and justice. President Moon thinks that Kim Jong Un is serious about it; President Trump things that Kim Jong Un is serious about it; even I think — at least looking at his bell bottoms and charming smile — that Kim Jong Un is serious about making the change.
But I have a question to ask: The United States, United Kingdom, France, Pakistan, China, India, Russia, Israel have nuclear weapons, but we still go after North Korea and Iran to denuclearize. That’s some kind of bullsh*t hypocrisy I don’t understand. Just like we must “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you,” we must also expect unto others as you would have them expect unto you and walk the talk. The world needs to denuclearize. Who are we to decide who must denuclearize and who shouldn’t?
I forgot to mention about Kim Jong Un’s hairstyle. That pitch-black hair! That naturally blow-dried hair look is just so amazing! I love all that, too.