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BREAKING: Kim Jong-II 'possibly suffered stroke'

 
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BREAKING: Kim Jong-II 'possibly suffered stroke'
Kim Jong-II 'possibly suffered stroke'

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North Korean leader Kim Jong-II has apparently suffered a health setback, "possibly a stroke," a US intelligence official said, noting he had not appeared at a 60th anniversary parade.

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Kim Jong Il 'may be gravely ill'

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North Korea's unpredictable dictator may be gravely ill, according to US intelligence officials.

Kim Jong Il failed to show up at North Korea's 60th anniversary celebration and US officials said it was possible that Mr Kim has suffered a stroke.

Mr Kim has not been seen in public for a month and US officials were closely watching the military parade for signs to the leader's health.

North Koreans call Mr Kim the "Dear Leader" and he holds absolute power in the Stalinist regime.

A spokesman for South Korea's main spy agency, the National Intelligence Service, said it could not immediately confirm Kim's absence, though said that the parade was found to have largely been conducted by civilian militia forces.

The rally involved about one million people, the spokesman said.

The centrepiece of the celebration had been expected to be a massive military parade through Pyongyang's central Kim Il Sung Square - named after the communist country's founding figure - as normally happens in key anniversary years.

Kim attended the parade on the 50th and 55th anniversaries. Attention this year was focused on whether Kim, the son of the country's founder, would attend given his absence from public view since mid-August, which has sparked speculation he could be ill.

Kim's health has been a focus of intense interest because his fate is believed to be closely tied to that of the totalitarian state that he inherited in 1994 from his father in communism's first hereditary transfer of power.

South Korean media have speculated that the 66-year-old Kim's health has worsened. South Korea's intelligence service has previously said Kim has chronic heart disease and diabetes - denied by Kim himself.
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When I heard this, I realized that what I had been shown, concerning the WC, and January 2010, was probably....real.

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U.S. scrambles for N. Korean clues
Reports of an ailing Kim Jong Il forcing Washington to create contingency plan if Pyongyang collapses
By Bay Fang | Washington Bureau
September 10, 2008
WASHINGTON — Kim Jong Il runs every aspect of society in North Korea. His portrait watches over every building, every streetcar, every home in Pyongyang. And the so-called Dear Leader has been the undisputed power behind negotiations with the U.S. over the North's nuclear arsenal.

So what happens when he's gone? Following his failure to show up at a parade Tuesday marking North Korea's founding 60 years ago, U.S. officials said Tuesday that they believe Kim has suffered a stroke. While his condition is unclear—as so many things in that closed society are—they are scrambling to figure out what is actually going on there and make contingency plans.

Pyongyang began adopting a hard line toward the nuclear negotiations in mid-August, just as rumors about the 66-year-old Kim's health began circulating. But the nuclear talks may be the least of Washington's worries if Kim lets go of the reins. While Kim took power after his father died and has three sons, there is no clear line of succession.

Most Korea watchers agree some sort of collective leadership involving family members and the military would take over, but no one knows who would comprise that leadership, or for how long.
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When he dies, NK will become the most dangerous nation to the US.
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How can I spell it out for you all?

This is a big deal!

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Yes, Lil' Kim will be down for a while. It takes time for the swelling to go down--plastic surgery and all on the body double...

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