World Can Kim Jong Un control the weather? North Korea’s state-run media says so.

02:53  12 december  2017
02:53  12 december  2017 Source:   washingtonpost.com

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The state - run Korean Central News Agency shows North Korean leader Kim Jong Un visiting Mount Paektu in an undated photo released Saturday. (AFP/Getty Images). In rare free moments, when Kim Jong Un isn’t calling President Trump a dotard

North Korea ’ s state - run media says so . Originally published December 11, 2017 at 3:51 pm Updated December 11, 2017 at 3:55 pm. • Also, Kim Jong Il could control the weather , too.

Kim Jong-un standing on top of a snow covered mountain: The state-run Korean Central News Agency shows North Korean leader Kim Jong Un visiting Mount Paektu in an undated photo released Saturday. (AFP/Getty Images)© Provided by WP Company LLC d/b/a The Washington Post The state-run Korean Central News Agency shows North Korean leader Kim Jong Un visiting Mount Paektu in an undated photo released Saturday. (AFP/Getty Images)

In rare free moments, when Kim Jong Un isn’t calling President Trump a dotard, launching ballistic missiles into the Sea of Japan or engaging in general dictatoring, he apparently goes on leisurely mountain hikes and flexes his never-before-reported superpower: controlling the weather.

The case for the North Korean leader’s cameo role in a new X-Men movie came during a brisk two-mile stroll up snowy Mount Paektu a week or so ago, as reported by the state-controlled Korean Central News Agency.

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North Korea ' s State - Run Media Says So . The case for the North Korean leader's cameo role in a new X-Men movie came during a brisk two-mile stroll up snowy Mount Paektu a week or so ago, as reported by the state- controlled Korean Central News Agency.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un learned to drive at 3-years-old, according to KCNA, the state - run media agency. In rare free moments, when Kim Jong Un isn't calling US President Donald Trump a dotard, launching ballistic missiles into the Sea of Japan or engaging in general dictatoring

The 9,000-foot mountain is normally a wintry mess in December, according to the news agency, but during Kim’s visit, it was a “marvelous scene with glee at the reappearance of its great master.” When Kim ascended to the top, the mountain showed “fine weather unprecedented.”

It was obviously an homage to Kim, KCNA reported, the man “who controls the nature.”

The fine weather was fortuitous, as pictures showed Kim made the arduous trek up the mountain in dress slacks and shiny leather shoes.

Of course, it should be said that KCNA and other state-sponsored media are known for making claims about North Korea’s leaders that range from mild exaggeration to “Chronicles of Narnia.”

Among them:

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North Korea ’ s state - run media says so . Posted on : December 11, 2017 By admin. Also, Kim Jong Il could control the weather , too. Those claims could not be independently corroborated on Monday.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un learned to drive at 3-years-old, according to KCNA, the state - run media agency. In rare free moments, when Kim Jong Un isn't calling US President Donald Trump a dotard, launching ballistic missiles into the Sea of Japan or engaging in general dictatoring

■ Kim Jong Un and Korean scientists formulated a miracle drug, according to Newsweek — a combination of ginseng and “rare earth elements” that, with one injection, can cure or treat AIDS, Ebola, many cancers, heart disease, impotence, the common cold, “harm from use of computers,” epilepsy, all forms of hepatitis, venereal disease and aging. It also, for some reason, renders its users “anti-radioactive.”

■ Kim Jong Un could drive at age 3 and was a competitive sailor at age 9.

■ Kim Jong Un and North Korean archaeologists also found a unicorn’s lair, or at least “recently reconfirmed” the location of unicorns ridden by the ancient Korean King Tongmyong, according to the Guardian. If people are distrustful of the discovery, it has a rectangular rock in front that reads: “Unicorn Lair.”

■ Korean news agencies reported that Kim’s father, Kim Jong Il, learned to walk at three weeks old and once shot a round of golf that included 11 holes-in-one.

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North Korea ’ s state - run media says so . 12/11/2017 - 16:20 [1]. The state - run Korean Central News Agency shows North Korean leader Kim Jong Un visiting Mount Paektu in an undated photo released Saturday.

North Korea ' s state - run media says he can do that and more. This undated picture released from North Korea ' s official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on Dec.9, 2017, shows North Korean leader Kim Jong - Un visiting Mount Paektu in Ryanggang Province.

■ People surprised by his greatness should only remember the day he was born, when a double rainbow suddenly appeared in the sky.

■ Also, Kim Jong Il could control the weather, too.

Those claims could not be independently corroborated on Monday.

It is not uncommon for nations to want to show their leaders in a positive light. Ugly official portrayals of U.S. presidents are rare, although there are always exceptions.

And as The Washington Post’s Avi Selk reported in August, Hasbro could practically make a series of action figures based on the various glowing iterations of Russian President Vladimir Putin: Hang-Gliding Putin, Judo Master Putin, Classic Horseback Putin, Fighter Pilot Putin and, of course, Putin’s tiger cub Mashenka.

But North Korea appears to be taking a lesson from the ancient Egyptians, essentially deifying the leader of their country.

“His eyes reflected the strong beams of the gifted great person seeing in the majestic spirit of Mt. Paektu the appearance of a powerful socialist nation which dynamically advances full of vigor without vacillation at any raving dirty wind on the planet,” the article about Kim Jong Un’s ascent up Mount Paektu read.

And while standing atop the sacred mountain, the supreme leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, in full control of the wind and the snow and the clouds, chose to make a few declarations, according to the article.

Perhaps, he said, they should consider sprucing up the visitors’ center.

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