Wednesday, December 03, 2014
North Korean Dictator, Kim Jong UN, Has Banned Citizens From Sharing His Name
A leaked internal state document from the secretive state obtained by South Korean television contained 'an administrative order' to all party, army and police officials that: "All party organs and public security authorities should make a list of residents named Kim Jong-Un and train them to voluntarily change their names." . . Anyone named Kim Jong-Un would have their official documents, identity cards and even school diplomas changed to the person's new name. Officials were also told to reject all birth certificates for babies named after the dictator. . . The document continued:
"Authorities should make sure that there is no one making unnecessary complaints or spreading gossip regarding this project." North maintained the policy under the two previous leaders, Kim Il-Sung and his son, Kim Jong-Il. . . The Kim dynasty has ruled North Korea for more than 60 years with an iron fist and pervasive personality cult. There is no one in the North named Kim Il-Sung and Kim Jong-Il. North Korea enforces strict, state-organized public reverence of the Kim family. . . All North Koreans are required to wear lapel pins bearing the images of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il and to put the leaders' portraits on the walls of their homes. Their birthdays are considered the most important holidays in North Korea.