In the darkest days of Western liberal democracy when White Christian children were being transformed into trannies by the Jews, a hero who was Faithful and True appeared bestride a white horse riding up a sacred mountain on International Pronouns Day.
He announced a “great operation” that would “strike the world with wonder again” and which would “make a step forward in the Korean revolution.” With eyes like blazing fire and with righteousness he judges and wages war to reunite the land of his ancestors.
“The ride to the top of Mount Paektu is a highly symbolic act in North Korean history, and although it is unclear what the consequences will be, the journey is usually followed by a major show of strength.
“His march on horseback in Mount Paektu is a great event of weighty importance in the history of the Korean revolution,” the state news agency KCNA said in its statement accompanying the photos.
“Having witnessed the great moments of his thinking atop Mount Paektu, all the officials accompanying him were convinced with overflowing emotion and joy that there will be a great operation to strike the world with wonder again and make a step forward in the Korean revolution.”
The statement also referenced how the “noble glitters” in Kim’s eyes, while praising his heroism for “raising our country’s mighty power and powerful status to the center of the world.” …”
Let me rephrase.— Rick Wilson (@TheRickWilson) October 16, 2019
WHAT THE ACTUAL FUCK? pic.twitter.com/lH5vqoLOVW
Trump’s decision to abandon our Kurdish allies set off a chain of dominoes that led to an American retreat from the world stage that no one but Rick Wilson could have foreseen.
As the North Korean army rolled across the DMZ to liberate Seoul, Kim Jong-un unexpectedly launched a fusillade of nuclear missiles to the west. Pyongyang’s lightning attack on Israel with the Hwasong-16 was followed by a joint Iranian and Syrian ground invasion which decapitated the Zionist entity in Jerusalem. It sparked a wignat uprising in the United States that toppled a blindsided ZOG in New York City, Los Angeles and Washington, DC.
Songs are still sung about that man, Kim Jong-un.