North Korea’s Kim Jong-II upset on losing position of most evil tyrantApril 5th, 2009 - 6:19 pm ICT by ANI
London, Apr 5 (ANI): North Korea’s supreme leader Kim Jong-II has expressed his agitation on being overthrown in an annual poll that names the world’s worst dictators.
According to the poll, Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe is now the most evil tyrant in the world.
The 85-year-old Mugabe has moved five places up the table of shame to take the title.
According to the Daily Star, his stranglehold on the impoverished and disease-stricken African nation was secured during an election that turned into a bloodbath and ended in a cynical “deal” with the opposition leader.
So horrifying was the brutality in Zimbabwe that Mugabe succeeded in keeping Sudan’s evil president Omar al-Bashir, in second place.
Kim Jong-II, who treats the deadly serious poll as a way of proving he is more powerful than his rivals, is all the more angry as he has been shifted from the first to the third position.
A political pundit was quoted as saying, “He (Jong-II) genuinely craves notoriety on the world stage and is privately seething he is no longer regarded as the most evil leader.” (ANI)
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