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Tuesday, August 19, 2008

DPRK robbed again

A North Korean double medallist in shooting, 31-year-old Kim Jong Su has been disqualified for alleged doping irregularities. However, as noted by the Korean Friendship Association, this is most likely a trumped up charge, or something relating to blood pressure medication.

Although technically these games are known as the Beijing Olympics, a Canadian KFA contributor nails it when she says:

"Seems to me like the USA is working harder then ever to strip medals from Socialist Nations just to put themselves into the lead. It sure as heck is not because their athletes are worth the dirt on my shoe."

Kim Jong's medal winning exploits have been reported in North Korea, but not his disqualification - which must lead to some tricky questions about how he will be treated when he returns to the glorious DPRK.


4 comments:

daddy dave said...

you sure have it in for the socialist workers paradise that is north Korea. Have you ever been there?
You should go, and hurry, before state failure and anarchy arrive and spoil your holiday. Right now is discount tourist season!

Anonymous said...

Yeah
I was wondering also, what you have again the poor sods?

Go for Kim whatever but leave the les miserables at least a temp. joy!

You is a merciless and cruel mistress, you is MM!

bikeonaboy said...

How can he fail to win gold, when they get so much practice at shooting fleeing refugees in the back at the Chinese border?

I guess they'll send him up to a border post for more practice before the London games. They've got plenty of political prisoners, and no shortage of bullets.

daddy dave said...

I guess they'll send him up to a border post for more practice before the London games. They've got plenty of political prisoners, and no shortage of bullets.

That sounds like some weird dystopian B-grade scifi flick from the 50's. But then, all of North Korea seems that way.