Kim Jong-Un’s North Korea – Le Roi est mort, vive le Roi!

North Koreans are mass victim of the Symptoms of Stockholm Syndrome! Definitely, all this public expression of grief and howling cannot be made up. 99.99999999 percent are definitely weeping and uncontrollably lamenting! The 99%-1% debaters are looking into the future of a classic egalitrain society!

Their Messiah has died, the captives are without the surety of the captor! North Korean leader Kim Jong Il remained securely in power, he inherited power from his father in 1994, and led his nation through a distressing regime of mass starvation. Kim was the last survivor of a Cold War-era. Kim Jong-Un is tipped to be North Korea’s next leader and propel the Kim dynasty into a third generation is even more of an enigma than his mercurial father Kim Jong-Il. Kim Jong-Un’s life is shrouded in mystery, but in recent years he has been pushed to the forefront as his father apparently speeded up plans for the nation’s second dynastic succession, after suffering a stroke in August 2008. In September 2010 the son was made a four-star general and given senior ruling party posts, despite his lack of any military experience.

Kim Jong-Il was a perfect example of the kind of leadership and society that 99% and 1 % debate wants to create. A mass equalizer of people talents like Mao, Pol Pot, Stalin, Lenin and many others. The 99%-1% debaters and well-wishers are right now looking into the prospects; as they look into the abyss.

North Korean state media on Monday urged people to pledge allegiance to Kim’s youngest son and heir apparent Kim Jong-Un, aged in his late 20s, after the stunning announcement that his father had died on Saturday. North Korea’s news agency reported that he had died at 8:30 a.m. Saturday after having a heart attack on a train, adding that he had been patient of cardiac and cerebrovascular diseases for a stretched period. The pictures of North Koreans weeping hysterically over the death of Kim Jong-il are surprising some political pundits, are they stage managed or real display y of mass grief. If so why do people are grieving so much for a man who harnessed them on a leash.

Credit goes to Kim Jong-il to create perfect equality of mass dearth and deficiency. On the Gini coefficient scale which is a measure of the inequality of a distribution, where a value of 0 expressing perfect equality where everyone has equal shares of income and a value of 1 expresses maximal inequality where only one person has all the income he created a perfect 0. A eraly100 percent equal society, within 24,346,229 North Koreans there was no 99 percent and 1 %, there were 99.99999999 who were equal and 100 ruling families with his on the top the most unequal plus some makes. His society is a forerunner for all those egalitarian pundits who think forced parity will result in new heavens on earth.

Many people have an excellent idea of what Stockholm syndrome is about. The origin of the term is derived from an incident in 1973, two men entered the Kreditbanken bank in Stockholm, Sweden, intending to rob it. When police entered the bank, the robbers shot them, and a hostage situation ensued. The robbers held four people at gunpoint for six days, locked in a bank vault, even strapped with explosives and strained to put nooses around their own necks. The police rescue attempt were resisted by the hostages, the hostages fought the police, defending their captors and blaming the police.

In order for Stockholm syndrome to occur in any given situation, at least three traits must be present:

A severely uneven power relationship in which the captor dictates what the prisoner can and cannot do.

The threat of death or physical injury to the prisoner at the hands of the captor.

A self-preservation instinct on the part of the prisoner.

One of the freed hostages set up a fund to cover the hostage-takers’ legal defence fees. Thus “Stockholm syndrome” was born, and psychologists everywhere had a name for this classic captor-prisoner phenomenon. North Korean dictator ticked all the boxes highlighted above on mass level.

North Koreans were slaves not partners in the government; the dictator dictated his terms and they suffered from unparalleled state scrutiny, their livelihood and lives depended on his good will, in turn the North Koreans considered him as their saviour. No food, no entrepreneurship but all total egalitarianism based on very little to go around, a whole nation became a mass victim of the Symptoms of Stockholm Syndrome.

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