King Kim Jong Un discovers ancient dynastic ancestor’s unicorn lair.

Seriously, this crap makes a lot more sense if you stop trying to fit it into a 19th century worldview and just go back all the way back to Charlemagne: short version is, North Korean ‘researchers’ have conveniently found a so-called ‘unicorn lair’ from ancient times that just happens to be right outside their capital.   Believe it or not, this is possibly not just about North Korea getting some bizarre self-scored style points over North Korea, and I’m suggesting that because of this:

“Supposedly, this unicorn was ridden by none other than King Tongmyong, founder of the Koguryo Kingdom (277 B.C.-A.D. 668).”

I’m an optimist, so possibly I am reading too much into this; but it does seem sometimes like North Korea is trying to go from Marxism to actual feudalism.  Which is going to be perceived as being ironic, but only by people who really think that the former is an improvement on the latter*…

Moe Lane

*You know.  Idiots.




4 thoughts on “King Kim Jong Un discovers ancient dynastic ancestor’s unicorn lair.”

  1. Look at it this way: NK is just ahead of the curve, if economies keep collapsing, a return to tribalism and feudalism may become more widespread.

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