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Kim Jong Un Facebook Page, Real or Not, is Epic Trolling

Kim Jong Un Facebook Page, Real or Not, is Epic Trolling
screen capture from Kim Jong Un's Facebook

Tonight, as a friend and I laughed (to keep from crying) about the atrocities we face as Americans in the coming Trump years, my friend introduced me to Kim Jong Un’s Facebook page. I have to say, it is hilarious. The trolling is strong with this one, so I would like to share with you a few of the highlights because- let’s face it, we ALL deserve a laugh after the weekend we have lived through.

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From Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump to the Devil himself, it seems no one is safe from the trolling prowess of The Great Leader, as he prefers to be called. His photos of the inauguration crowds had me in stitches, and his trademark #thank which follows most of his posts only make the hilarity all the more delightful. Everyone from liberals to conservatives has proven to be fair game for the Great Dictator’s page.

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provided by Kim Jong Un Facebook page #thank

Some of the content is borderline offensive, while some posts are clearly poking fun at the 45th President of the United States. In other posts, he states that if we as Americans are offended by flag burning, we should simply move to a country where flag appreciation is mandatory. As well, he posted a meme asking followers to react accordingly as to which country has the best parades, showing North Korea with an army marching and what seems to be a Gender Queer gathering of men in pink outfits at a U.S. Gay Pride Parade. In the comments for that post, he shows that he banned those who did not side with the North Korea parades.

Now at 192,075 likes, the Facebook page includes a video of President Kimberly celebrating his 25,000th like on Facebook. You can view that video below. However, it also includes a Twitter handle of @PyongyangPimp that, upon inspection, will quickly prove the invalidity of this profile– maybe. However, that does not make it any less awe-inspiring and a call-to-action for any would be social media trollers to step up their game.

Although I searched, I was unable to find the real Kim Jong Un Facebook page or Twitter account, which is probably a good thing. However, I did find one Twitter account that does appear real, yet is filled with jokes. I will leave it up to our readers to decide if this one is valid.