KUMGANG, NORTH KOREA — North Korea's fun loving dictator is making moves again.
According to the failing New York Times, this time Fatty's ordered the demolition of South Korean hotels and other buildings at a resort complex once operated together by the two countries.
The resort town at Diamond Mountain, or Kumgang, just north of the border between the north and south opened in 1998, until a 2008 dispute between the two best buddy countries caused it to close.
According to the BBC, Kumgang was once hailed as a symbol of inter-Korean cooperation.
According to the North's official speakerbox KCNA, during a recent visit to the resort town Kimmy said the South Korean buildings were "shabby" and lacked "national character," and reminded him of "makeshift tents in a disaster-stricken area." KCNA said in a Wednesday statement that, "he instructed to remove all the unpleasant-looking facilities of the South side and to build new modern service facilities our own way." Everyone's favorite little megalomaniac also went on to say that the North should be self-sufficient.
Who are we to doubt someone that looks this good on horseback?