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Hard copy evidence is piling up on why NK Dictator Kim Jong Il and his son will attack the USA as soon as they have nuclear capability. A dictator that forces his citizens to go blind and starve by eating poisonous roots daily in a government mandated only-1-meal-a-day to save resources for the military is on par with Jim Jones and Hitler.

 

 

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