Dennis Rodman and Kim Jong-un, "The Worm” has a new BFF?
(Sharewellnewswire.com) March 1, 2013 - This week Dennis Rodman watched a basketball exhibition in Pyongyang, North Korea, with Kim Jong-un, the leader of one of the world’s most repressive countries. During the game Rodman made a speech to the crowd saying “you have a friend for life”. Then after the game that ironically ended in a tie of 110-110, Rodman went back to “great leaders” pad for a few drinks and a round of glad handing and speeches.
Regardless of the fact that Kim Jong-un has vowed to destroy America with nuclear weapons, he loves the Chicago Bulls and has been a fan of Rodman and the NBA since his early days in a Swiss boarding school.
Even more strange, Dennis Rodman called the North Korean leader 'an awesome kid’; someone who starves to death his own people is awesome indeed. Apparently watching basketball while sipping on an illegal Coca-Cola (banned from sell to North Korea), then going to a big after party and being invited to dolphin show, can cement the most obscure friendships. Who’s next, Michael Jordan and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Best Friends Forever?
North Korea on America:
In North Korea, the systematic indoctrination of anti-Americanism starts as early as kindergarten and is as much a part of the curriculum as learning to count.
The sentiment of the U.S. - known as American b******* - is reflected in a framed wall poster inside a North Korean kindergarten classroom where children brandish rifles and bayonets as they attack a hapless U.S. soldier, his face bandaged and blood spurting from his mouth.
North Korean students learn that their country has had two main enemies: the Japanese, who colonized Korea from 1910 to 1945, and the U.S., which fought against North Korea during the 1950-53 Korean War.
During his first six months as leader of North Korea, Mr. Kim quickly alienated the Obama administration and put his country on track to develop a nuclear warhead that could hit the United States within a few years. North Korea now claims to have missiles that can reach the American mainland.
Sharewell News Wire