Professor Alleges That Kim Jong-il That Clinton Met With A Fake

October 31, 2009

Japan (ChattahBox) – A Japanese professor has alleged that Kim Jong-il is dead, and that the man that Bill Clinton met with to discuss the release of two American journalists was a fake.

The whole thing may seem a little far-fetched, but ti is less crazy than it sounds. The North Korean dictator had a massive stroke several years ago, and yet was seem making visits to farms, businesses, military compounds, and speaking often with private citizens.

There is plenty of evidence to suggest that he uses doubles, as many dictators have in the past. So, Toshimitsu Shigemura’s suggestion that the man has been dead since 2003, and that the communist government is hiding it by using fakes to handle public matters, isn’t so odd.

In fact, many have commented on the health of the man sitting next to Clinton in the now popular photo of the two sitting side by side at their most recent meeting. Where is the frail, chronically ill man who has been reported in the past.

Even some experts say the idea might be worth looking into.

“These dictators always need lookalikes for national security reasons. Kim Jong-il is giving ‘on the spot guidance’ too often for his health,” Choi Jin-Wook, of the Korea Institute of National Reunification, said.

But some say this is just another ridiculous rumor that has been created out of the lack of facts and information coming from the strictly regulated region.

Only time will tell for sure.

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One Response to “Professor Alleges That Kim Jong-il That Clinton Met With A Fake”

  1. ps3 spiele on November 9th, 2009 2:48 am

    Hello..
    This is not rumour but It is real fact.but I dont’ know that why some say this is just another ridiculous rumour and that has been created out of the lack of facts and information coming from the strictly regulated region. It is not ridiculous matter. I like this site and article.
    Thank you so much for posting.

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