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July 25, 2012

North Korea’s state-run news media announced on Wednesday that its young leader Kim Jong-un had married, and identified his wife as Ri Sol-ju.

A woman seen with Kim Jong-Un at recent events in Pyongyang was identified as his wife, Ri Sol-ju.

The North’s Central TV showed Mr. Kim visiting an amusement park in the capital, Pyongyang, with a young stylish woman, and identified her as “Comrade Ri Sol-ju, wife of Marshal Kim Jong-un,” South Korean officials said. A North Korean state-run radio station also identified the woman as Mr. Kim’s wife.

In recent weeks, North Korean media has shown the same woman accompanying Mr. Kim to several state functions, triggering speculation over who she was. The couple attended a July 6 concert that featured Mickey Mouse and other Disney characters. They later visited a kindergarten together.

The North Korean television report did not say when the couple was married.

Mr. Kim, still believed to be in his late 20s, took over top leadership in North Korea after his father, Kim Jong-il, died in December.

He has recently begun projecting himself as a young leader self-confident enough to attempt a different ruling style from that of his dour and reclusive father. North Korean television showed Mr. Kim raising a thumb at a girl group singing the theme song of the iconic American movie “Rocky” during the same concert that featured Mickey Mouse.

By showing up with his wife in public, Mr. Kim distinguished himself from his father. During Kim Jong-il’s rule, most ordinary North Koreans had never seen their first lady on television. Defectors from the North said that most North Koreans did not know who their first lady was when Mr. Kim was in power.

from:  http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/26/world/asia/north-korean-leader-marries-reports-say.html


using the number/letter grid:

1      2      3       4       5       6      7      8      9
A      B     C       D       E       F      G      H      I
J      K      L      M      N       O      P      Q      R
S      T      U      V      W      X      Y      Z


A = 1              J = 1              S = 1

B = 2              K = 2             T = 2

C = 3              L = 3             U = 3

D = 4              M = 4            V = 4

E = 5              N = 5            W = 5

F = 6              O = 6             X = 6

G = 7              P = 7             Y = 7

H = 8              Q = 8             Z = 8

I = 9               R = 9



Ri Sol-j

9          3 


how she obtains her heart’s desire = RU = 93 = Making the best of a worst-case scenario.





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10:43 PM EST        Sunday December 18, 2011

North Korean leader Kim Jong Il is dead, North Korean state TV said Monday.

Kim, 69, died at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, state TV said.

A broadcaster reported that Kim died due to “overwork” after “dedicating his life to the people.”

South Korean news agency Yonhap — which based its reporting on its monitoring off North Korean state television — said that Kim had died during a train trip.

South Korea’s military declared an “emergency alert” following Kim’s death, according to Yonhap.

The son of Kim Il Song, the founder of the communist nation, Kim Jong Il had been in power since 1994 when his father died of a heart attack at age 82.

The enigmatic leader was a frequent thorn in the side of neighboring South Korea, as well as the United States. There have been reports in recent years about his health, as well as that power will be transitioned to his son, Kim Jong Un.

North Korean news reports earlier this fall indicated that Kim Jong Il had been traveling around the country and visiting China, a big change from 2009 when he was thought to be ill with cancer.

Two senior U.S. military officials said then that they believed the pace of North Korea’s planned regime change from Kim to his 20-something son appeared to have slowed.

The son, also known as Kim, started his career as a four-star general and in recent years was given more official duties by his father.

CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, who traveled to Pyongyang a year ago with former U.S. ambassador Bill Richardson, said that “the assumption (then) was that he was sick” but still in “decent shape.”

Now it is a “totally uncertain situation,” Blitzer said.

from:  http://www.cnn.com/2011/12/18/world/asia/north-korea-leader-dead/?hpt=hp_t1


Kim Jong-il was born on either February 16th, 1941 or February 16th, 1942 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kim_Jong-il

February 16th, 1942

2 + 16 +1+9+4+2 = 34 = his life lesson = Missles.  Striking while the iron’s hot.  Generating a buzz.


February 16th, 1942

February 16th

2 + 16 +2+0+1+1 = 22 = his personal year = You’ve gotta be kidding me.  Like a three ring circus.

22 year + 12 (December) = 34 = his  personal month = Died on a train trip.  Generating a buzz.

When his number (34 (his life lesson)) comes up, that’s when he gets to live/experience what he is here to live/experience.  So this was HIS month!!!

34 month + 17 (17th of the month on Saturday December 17th, 2011) = 51 = his personal day = It’s official.  Head of state.




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Graphic: The world's most dangerous border

November 29, 2010 2:39 a.m. EST

Joint military exercises between South Korea and the United States continued in the Yellow Sea on Monday as tensions with nearby North Korea continue to brew.

On Monday, South Korean President Lee Myung-bak said South Korea will “firmly” respond to future provocations from North Korea and declared that his nation “cannot remain patient” in the face of continued hostility from Pyongyang.

“Fellow citizens, at this point, actions are more important than words,” Lee said in a televised address. “Please have trust in the government and the military and support us.”

The divided peninsula — tense at the best of times — has been near the boiling point since Tuesday, when four people died in a North Korean artillery barrage that targeted the South Korean island of Yeonpyeong.

Lee called that attack an “inhuman crime” that followed decades of previous attacks from North Korea, including the sinking of the South Korean warship Cheonan in March.

North Korea has consistently denied responsibility for the sinking of the Cheonan, which killed 46 South Korean sailors.

“It is difficult at this point to expect North Korea to abandon its nuclear weapons or military adventurism,” Lee said. “We are now clearly aware that we cannot stay patient and be generous. That will only give rise to bigger provocations.”

Lee’s address came a day after South Korean and U.S. forces started joint military exercises Sunday, prompting a furious response from North Korea.

The aircraft carrier USS George Washington joined South Korea’s forces near the coasts of China and North Korea for the four-day drill, which the North called “no more than an attempt to find a pretext for aggression and ignite a war at any cost,” according to the official Korean Central News Agency.

China, North Korea’s closest ally, called Sunday for an emergency meeting of the six major powers involved in talks about the Korean peninsula.

Top diplomats from the six nations — which also include Japan, the United States and Russia — need to meet soon to “maintain peace and stability on the peninsula and ease the tension” in the region, Beijing’s special representative for the region, Wu Dawei, said Sunday.

A top Chinese envoy met with Lee on Sunday, and a high-ranking North Korean official will visit Beijing on Tuesday, China’s Xinhua news agency said.

South Korea said Sunday it did not think the time was right for a resumption of the six-party talks, but said it would “bear in mind” the Chinese proposal.

In Washington, meanwhile, a State Department official told CNN that the United States is consulting with its allies, but resumed six-party talks “cannot substitute for action by North Korea to comply with its obligations.”

“Clear steps by North Korea are needed to demonstrate a change of behavior,” said the official, who was not authorized to speak for attribution.

And U.S. Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona, said on CNN’s “State of the Union” Sunday that the flare-up exposed the failure of “continued appeasement” of North Korea by Republican and Democratic administrations.

He said the United States has given North Korea more than $1 billion in aid over the past 15 years with the goal of getting them to the negotiating table.

“It seems the purpose of everything is to get the North Koreans to the table,” said McCain, the ranking Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee. “The North Koreans’ only claim to their position on the world stage is their nuclear capability. And they have a terrible, most repressive, oppressive regime in the world. They have hundreds of thousands of people in slave labor camps. And all of that seems to be sacrificed in the altar of, quote, ‘negotiations.'”

Meanwhile, the Washington-based ANSWER Coalition called for “an end to the U.S.-South Korean provocations” and announced rallies in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco, California, on Monday.

“The United States and South Korean governments have been pursuing a policy of deliberate provocation over the past several months,” targeting North Korea and China, ANSWER’s website states.

“While hypocritically calling for ‘calm’ in words, Washington is escalating the crisis by its actions,” it said, referring to the U.S.-South Korea military exercises and the USS George Washington.

In his Monday speech, South Korea’s Lee said efforts to resolve the international standoff through negotiations and humanitarian assistance to the North were met with “nuclear development and the sinking of the Cheonan.”

He said the attack on Yeonpyeong Island would have been unlawful even in wartime, adding, “I cannot but be angered at their cruelty.”

North Korea said the South provoked the attack because shells from a South Korean millitary drill landed in the North’s waters.

The North called reports of civilian casualties part of South Korea’s “propaganda campaign” and accused the “enemy” of creating “a human shield by deploying civilians around artillery positions and inside military facilities before the launch of the provocation.”

The violence has sparked anger and political turmoil in South Korea.

The country’s defense minister, Kim Tae-young, resigned after the exchange of fire.

Veterans of the South Korean military protested over the weekend on the streets of Seoul, stating they were angry that their country’s government had not done enough to respond to the North’s shelling.

The tense maritime border between the two Koreas has become the major military flashpoint on the Korean peninsula in recent years.

The Yeonpyeong attack was the first direct artillery assault on South Korea since 1953, when an armistice ended fighting. North and South Korea are still technically at war.

from:  http://www.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/asiapcf/11/29/koreas.crisis/



Kim Jong-il was born on February 16th, 1941 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kim_Jong-il

February 16th, 1941

2 + 16 +1+9+4+1 = 33 = his life lesson = what he is here to learn = Taking a stand.  Standing up for himself.  Not backing down.  Not caving in.


February 16th, 1941

16 + 1+9+4+1 = 31 = his “secret” number = Scramble.  Stir.  Catalyst.  Reaction.  Risk.  Controversy.  Contention.  Provocateur.  Provoke.  Instigate.  Tease.  Taunt.  Ruckus.  Noise.  Dissonance.  Cacophony.  Disturbance.  Struggles.  Strife.  Squabbles.  Quarrels.  Altercation.  Brawl.  Donnybrook.  Feuds.  Antagonism.  Rivalry.  Agitation.  Rowdy.  Wild.  Troublemaker.  Disorderly conduct.  Havoc.  Riot.   Outdoing yourself.  Rising to the challenge.  Stirring things up.  Stirring the pot.  Provoke a reaction.  Getting a rise out of someone.  Raising a ruckus.  Things get out of hand.  Prove you wrong.  I’ll show you.  In your face.  Bring it on.  C’mon.  Here comes trouble.  It takes two to make a quarrel.  Stepping into the ring.  Throwing your hat into the ring.  Gettiing into the mix.  Out of spite.  Getting your goat.  I can’t compete with you.  Working at cross purposes.  Riot starter.  Free-for-all.  



February 16th

2 + 16 +2+0+1+0 = 21 = his personal year (from February 16th, 2010 to February 15th, 2011) = Stepping onto the world stage.

21 year + 11 (November) = 32 = his personal month (from November 16th, 2010 to December 15th, 2010) = Fighting.  Winning.  United States.  America.


21 year + 12 (December) = 33 = his personal month (from December 16th, 2010 to January 15th, 2011) = Taking a stand.  Standing up for himself.  Not backing down.  Not caving in.

When his number (33 (2 + 16 +1+9+4+1 = 33)) comes up, that’s when he gets to live/experience what he is here to live/experience.  So that will be HIS month!!!



Lee Myung-bak was born on December 19th, 1941 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lee_Myung-bak

December 19th, 1941

12 + 19 +1+9+4+1 = 46 = his life lesson = what he is here to learn  = The past.  Making history.  History in the making.  Maintaining your innocence.


December 19th

12 + 19 +2+0+0+9 = 42 = his personal year (from December 19th, 2009 to December 18th, 2010) = Misunderstandings.

42 year + 11 (November) = 53 = his personal month (from November 19th, 2010 to December 18th, 2010) = Warrior spirit.  Debates.  Arguing.  Heated exchanges.



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Barack Obama was born on August 4th, 1961 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barack_obama

August 4th

8 + 4 +2+0+1+0 = 15 = his personal year (from August 4th, 2010 to August 4th, 2011) = War.

15 year + 11 (November) = 26 = his personal month (from November 4th, 2010 to December 4th, 2010) = Communication.  In the news.

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June 26, 2010

North Korea said Saturday it will elect new party leaders at a rare meeting in September in what analysts say could be a move to strengthen a campaign to hand over power from supreme leader Kim Jong Il to his youngest son.

Kim, who suffered an apparent stroke in 2008, is believed to be grooming his youngest son, Kim Jong Un, to succeed him as leader of the nuclear-armed communist nation of 24 million. His health has raised regional concerns about instability and a possible power struggle if he were to die without naming a successor.

North Korea’s ruling Workers’ Party will convene its conference in early September to elect “its highest leading body,” the country’s official Korean Central News Agency reported. The report did not elaborate.

The planned conference – first since 1966 – sparked speculation that the North could publicly announce Kim Jong Un as his father’s successor by giving him senior party jobs.

The conference “should be seen as a stage to publicize Kim Jong Un as a successor,” Cheong said, noting he could be elected to the party’s key positions, including a secretary of the party’s central committee.

Little is known about Kim Jong Un, including his exact age, though he is believed to be in his mid-20s. Kim Jong Il’s former sushi chef says in a 2003 memoir that the son looks and acts just like his father and is the leader’s favorite.

South Korea’s spy chief Won Sei-hoon said Thursday that North Korea has launched a propaganda campaign aimed at making its people adore the junior Kim.

from:  http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory?id=11019648


Kim Jong-un was born on January 9th according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kim_Jong-un

January 9th

1 + 9 +2+0+1+0 = 13 = his personal year (from January 9th, 2010 to January 8th, 2011) = Major changes.  Out with the old and in with the new.

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