Look at little kimmy kim go. Somewhere up in North Korean heaven (the most exclusive part of heaven) Kim Jong Ill is smiling. Finally, after years of meticulous work, endless sleepless nights, over a million empty threats, and multiple Dennis Rodman visits, the North Koreans have finally figured how to launch a missile into the sea.
Now, I know some of you are laughing, thinking “so what”? And that’s fair, most Canadian kids could probably launch a missile into the sea but this is North Korea we’re talking about. These guys haven’t gotten a win since the Korean War ended in a draw.
I can’t even fathom the parade that’s about to go down in Pyongyang. It’s like if the Leafs won a cup, with a dash of Mardi Gras and a teaspoon of totalitarianism. I wouldn’t be surprised if lil Kim, had a parade every day for the next week. That’s how big of a day today is for the North Koreans.
After 30 years of famine, the people of North Korea are finally seeing all their hard work come to fruition. It almost brings a tear to my eye.
I can already see one of the North Korean scientists coming home for the first time in 5 years. Walks in the door, all 120 pounds of him and just throws a loaf of bread on the table to his families utter amazement. Has it been hard for the family to live off a bowl of rice a day for the last 5 years? Sure. But they’ve known that there father has been hard at work, helping the Supreme Leader accomplish his dream.
Because at the end of the day, isn’t that the North Korean dream? To be apart of a successful missile launch and avoid execution via Anti-Aircraft gun.
So congrats North Korea, who cares if you’re still 80 years behind the rest of the world when it comes to missile technology. You guys did what many said you couldn’t. And for that, I tip my cap. I’m looking forward to hearing about you guys developing a satellite when I’m 50.
P.S. this might’ve solved the whole famine issue. Give a man a fish and you feed him for day; let him launch a rocket into the sea and you feed him for a lifetime.
P.S.S. Is North Korea a gritty country? I’m starting to think so.