Monday, December 19, 2011

Now That Jong's Dead, Who Is The Worst Person On The Planet?

English: Kim Jong-il Русский: Ким Чен Ир 日本語: ...
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North Korea's Kim Jong Il Dies at 69.

Ding Dong, K-Jong Is Dead

What a wretched man -- he brought misery to millions.  Was he the worst man alive? Is there anyone else on the planet who has done more to bring misery, starvation, and death to more people? Mugabe, maybe?

What do you think? Now that Jong's been gonged, who is the worst human being on the planet?

(Leftist votes for George W. Bush who cruelly shovelled hundreds of millions of US dollars towards the AIDS epidemic will not count.)


fernstalbert said...

These fascist/communist thugs are being whittled away - the scourge of the last century. Whose left - the Castro Bros come to mind and perhaps Hugo - who knows what the dead, tortured bodies know. Good riddence - lets move on and allow history to treat these scum with the contempt they deserve.

dmorris said...

Now Kim's gone,who is the worst? According to some of the idiots that post at certain Canadian newspaper blogs, it's now,maybe always has been.....wait for it......


Allah almighty.

Anon1152 said...

Who is the worst person on the Planet? Surely this is not a question that can be answered with any accuracy. Surely it's not a question that can be answered, until it's all over; a question that can only be answered by someone who knows everything.


Post Script.

By the way... I should say, for the record: I suspect that this might be an unanswerable question (unanswerable by us, at least) and it might be a question that could only be answered by an omniscient being (who may or may not exist, and who may or may not be omnipotent...).

Anon1152 said...

Also, for the record:

I'm not at all against asking potentially unanswerable questions. They might be answerable. They might be answered. And often, they are the best questions out there...

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RkBall said...

"Who is the worst person on the Planet? Surely this is not a question that can be answered with any accuracy."

It can as long as all it is doing is soliciting an opinion as in "What do you think?..."

But you're right -- long-term consequences often cannot be foreseen. So, the question has to be more along the lines of who has done the most harm/who is doing the most harm right now.

Mugabe certainly hasn't done Zibabwe any favours. He's single-handedly destroyed a country that Britain left in decent shape. BTW, I may be passing through Zimbabwe in a couple of weeks -- don't know if I'll make Harare or not. I hear it's nice (or used to be).

"... nothing intellectually compelling or challenging.. bald assertions coupled to superstition... woefully pathetic"