A “god,” eh?
So they have this “Day of the Sun” in North Korea, when they celebrate the divinity of the communist butchers who have terrorized their country since the 1940s. They’re gods now, you see. If you don’t worship them, the government kills you.
Anyhow, this day is a big deal in North Korea, sort of like the Fourth of July and Christmas rolled into one: and the current mad dictator, Kim Jong Un… is missing. He never showed up for the ceremony (https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/04/coronavirus-dead-world-exceeds-170000-live-updates-200421005048334.html).
South Korean and Chinese sources deny that he’s dead or seriously ill. Maybe he had a routine heart operation. But given that Un himself is slated to become a god, once he shuffles off this mortal coil, it seems a funny time for him to be removing himself from the public eye.
It would be lovely if he emerged from hiding and said, “Hey, guess what! I’m not a god! And my great-grandpa and grandpa, they’re not, either. Y’know, I’ve been a pretty bad guy all my life: had a lot of people killed, and all. A little fat slob who likes to murder people–that was me.
“But look, I’m here to tell you: I repent! I hereby step down from my post as absolute monster dictator, and submit myself to judgment by whoever’s qualified. I can’t undo the harm I’ve done; but I can proclaim that there is a God in heaven, His son is Jesus Christ, and it’s Christ alone who can save me from being tossed into Hell.”
Communism is an evil relic of the 20th century and must be finally banished from the earth.