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Kim jong-un fed his uncle to hungry dogs?

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I don't even know what to think of this. It sounds like a hoax. What say you?

http://m.timesofindia.com/world/rest-of-world/North-Koreas-Kim-Jong-un-made-starving-dogs-eat-naked-uncle-alive-in-cage-Report/articleshow/28348373.cms

The account describes how Jang Song-thaek and five of his aides were stripped naked and fed to 120 hungry hounds, who had been starved for three days. The whole process lasted an hour, and as they were eaten hundreds of officials watched.

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That is some medieval crap right there. 

 

Although any news out of NK is dubious.

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holy poo if that's real

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It was reported by a pro-NK newspaper out of Hong Kong which has close ties to the state-run news department there.

 

Regardless, that is pretty medieval....

 

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Only people so misguided as to treat their leader as a "god" would find this type of behavior acceptable.

It is inhumane, sadistic, barbaric and eerily reminiscent of acts in the Old Testament.

Hmm, on second thought, maybe the north Koreans and Americans have more in common than we thought?

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