Kim Jong-un and How to Win (RR)


by OPOVV, ©2017

Kim Jong-Un became dictator of North Korea following his father’s death on December 17, 2011

(Aug. 8, 2017) — “Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to ‘Pulse of the Nation.’ My name is Mr. Roving Reporter and I’ll be your host. We’re off the beaten path down at the church on Hawthorn Street where we’ve been invited to witness some sort of discussion about North Korea. Let’s listen in.

Pastor K: “All you got to do is offer the branch of peace.”

Reverend C: “Are there fig trees in North Korea?”

Reverend S: “I thought the olive tree was the tree of peace.”

Pastor M: “I never heard of a whole tree being one of peace; maybe a branch, but not a whole tree.”

Reverend C: “Maybe I meant a branch and not the whole tree. But forget the tree, or branch.”

Pastor K: “I guess we could do that; then what?”

Rabbi O: “I believe in trees.”

Pastor M: “I’m sorry, Rabbi, but we’re beyond the subject of trees.”

Rabbi O: “Well, somebody could’ve told me; sent me a memo. I like memos. I like how they come in different colors.”

Reverend C: “It’s really not that hard because it’s entirely believable, trust me. For 2 millennia people’s lives have been changed for the better, sometimes at the very end. It’s actually pretty easy if you have an open mind.”

Pastor K: “That leaves the Socialists out of it.”

Pastor M: “And the Obots.”

Reverend C: “And the Hillary supporters.”

Rabbi O: “Same thing. Look, I’m a Jew but my gut tells me you guys are on the right track, I believe wholeheartedly.”

Reverend C: “All this Kim Jong-un has to do is to accept Jesus Christ as his savior and declare that his country is no longer at odds with the USA and everybody else. The main problem is that Kim Jong-un has only ‘Yes’-people around him: nobody taught him how to live like a human being.”

Reverend S: “Better yet, this Kim Jong-un admits defeat; says he’s sorry; admits he’s a Christian, and the United States will shower him with all kinds of goodies.”

Rabbi O: “Then we go in and take the nukes.”

Pastor M: “That goes without saying. Besides, he’s a friend; what’s he need nukes for?”

Pastor K: “So are we in agreement?”

Chorus of “TOTALLY!”

Pastor K: “Then it’s a done deal. And you know what’s really ironic about the whole plan? The one person that’ll benefit the most is none other than Kim Jong-un himself. Having a Guardian Angel is a pretty good deal. Won’t cost him one red cent. All he has to do is to believe in the Lord. Okay, hot chocolate time. I see Roving and crew have joined us, so let’s hope someone watched ‘Pulse of the Nation’ and will pass it along, all the way up the ladder to Kim Jong-un himself. Accepting Jesus as your Lord and Savior is an honorable conclusion to the crisis at hand. Let’s all get on our knees and say ‘Amen’: Amen.”

“Roving here: and I see that our time has run out. Thank you for watching and, on behalf of the crew, I’d like to wish you all, including Kim Jong-un, a goodnight: Goodnight.

“Hey, good show, wouldn’t you say? It’s an honorable way to solve the problem, finding Jesus. The State Department won’t like it, but too bad. We could use Kim Jong-un as an ally against Islam. Burger time: my treat.”

 “If the Lord Wasn’t Walking by My Side” 2:00




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