North Korean Dictator Bans Sarcasm

kim-jong-unNorth Korean despot Kim Jong-Un, the most handsome man in the entire peninsula, has banned the use of sarcasm inside his realm.

North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un has banned the country’s citizens from using sarcasm in their everyday conversations.

Other world leaders should follow Kim’s shining example, since an intellect this awe-inspiring comes around only once in a lifetime.

Satire directed towards the regime and even indirect criticisms of leadership will not be forgiven.

No worries there, since everyone who is anyone knows North Korea is the bestest country on god’s green Earth. Immaculate living conditions, piles and piles of food, and civil rights out the ying yang!

‘One state security official personally organized a meeting to alert local residents to potential “hostile actions” by internal rebellious elements,’ a source in Jagang province said. ‘The main point of the lecture was “keep your mouths shut”,’ the source said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

Here are a few little-known facts for you history buffs: sarcasm was the reason the Jews escaped bondage in Egypt, the Founders used sarcasm to overthrow the British, and sarcasm helped birth ISIS. It’s high time someone put a stop to these revolutionary factions. Bravo, Kim; you have made us proud.

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8 thoughts on “North Korean Dictator Bans Sarcasm

  1. Are you sure that’s not Pickles Clinton? Short, chubby, and same clothing line. No sense of humor either. Wants total power. Has effective and inventive ways of dealing with those not in fully agreement with her.

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