Looks like one of the planet's craziest dynasties is ensuring that it'll be around to entertain/horrify future generations: Kim Jong Un, that baby-faced dictator who is said to have fathered a daughter late last year, reportedly has another kid on the ground. Chosun Ilbo reports by way of a Beijing...
It feels someone at Hønefoss is on drugs. HBK’s social media department have released a mental video overnight in which their club pretended to appoint North Korea dictator Kim Jong Un as their new CEO. Dressing up a local to play the role of the North Korea ruler, the complete Hønefoss playing squad and backroom staff took time out [...]
The former NBA star ranted against the President for not having a better relationship with his pal, North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. “We got a black president (who) can’t even go talk to (Jong Un) … Obama can’t do s—, I don’t know why he won’t go talk to him,” Rodman told TMZ. “Obama? [...]
Dennis Rodman already has asked his pal Kim Jong Un from afar to "do me a solid' and release imprisoned American Kenneth Bae. Now he's going back to North Korea in early August to ask in person, reports TMZ. Why? Because, Rodman explains in his unique version of diplo-speak, President...
When a TMZ reporter confronted former basketball star Dennis Rodman on the street to ask whether he still communicates with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, whom he met in a February trip to the hermit kingdom, Rodman responded, "Oh, absolutely." He also said that he would be returning to the country Aug. 1. Read full article >>
North Korea caused even more bafflement than usual when, on Wednesday, it announced that a lowly traffic cop would receive the state’s highest honor, a medal called “The Hero of the Republic.” The award is typically reserved for military derring-do … Continue reading ?
News of a traffic cop receiving an award wouldn't usually make international news. But when the cop happens to be from North Korea, and the honor happens to be the "Hero of the Republic" award, it's a different story. South Korea media is speculating that Ri Kyong Sim may have...
“I’m calling on the Supreme Leader of North Korea, or as I call him, ‘Kim,’ to do me a solid and cut Kenneth Bae loose.” - Dennis Rodman attempting to call in a chit with his new friend, North Korean … Continue reading ?
Dennis Rodman tweeted a message to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Tuesday and asked his good buddy to release Kenneth Bae, an American citizen who is detained in North Korea. Bae was sentenced to 15-years of hard labor after being convicted on charges of unspecified hostility towards the country. Rodman visited North Korea [...]Show More Summary
Rodman looks to turn his "basketball diplomacy" into actual diplomacy.
According to something known as the “news”, Kenneth Bae is a 44-year old Korean-American who was arrested in North Korea and sentenced to 15 years of hard labor for “hostile [...] The post Dennis Rodman Reached Out To Kim Jong Un To Free Kenneth Bae appeared first on With Leather.
Dennis Rodman, the American basketball star who made a bizarre trip to North Korea in February, where he actually met and spent time with leader Kim Jong Un, has tweeted a request for Kim. Rodman asked the North Korean leader … Continue reading ?
Rodman tweets, "I'm calling on the Supreme Leader of North Korea or as I call him "Kim", to do me a solid and cut Kenneth Bae loose."
Dennis Rodman, America's unlikeliest link to Kim Jong Un, wants his friend to release Kenneth Bae. A 44-year-old U.S. citizen, Bae was this month sentenced to 15 years in a North Korean labor camp for unspecified "hostile acts."
As Uri Feldman has chronicled elsewhere at FP, yesterday Dennis Rodman took to Twitter to engage in some outreach to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un with respect to an American "tried" for espionage in the Hermit Kingdom: I'm calling...Show More Summary
The Internet buzzed when basketball Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman visited North Korea in March and chatted up dictator Kim Jong Un. "The Worm" is now trying to put his relationship with the North Korean leader to good use in an effort to get a detained American man freed. Show More Summary
See America, Dennis Rodman's friendship with an oppressive, warmongering dictator isn't all bad after all: The NBA Hall of Famer and self-appointed diplomat has asked BFF Kim Jong Un to release imprisoned US citizen Kenneth Bae, CNN reports. "I'm calling on the Supreme Leader of North Korea or as I...
Over the weekend, North Korea insisted that it would not use Kenneth Bae, a Korean-American sentenced to 15 years of hard labor for committing "hostile acts" against the government, as a bargaining chip, despite its track record of only releasing American prisoners after visits by luminaries such as Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter. Show More Summary
North Korean state media, the gift that keeps giving, has released a new official song to rally the country behind leader Kim Jong Un and his latest policy. The song, "Let's Go Forward," features standard tropes of North Korean propaganda, such as a shouting male chorus and an almost comically vibrato soprano intoning the latest glories of the nation. Read full article >>