March 24, 2015

MASHUP: Putin meets Kim Jong-un

Rebel Staff

The has first hand knowledge of how they met and have discovered video evidence of that first exchange.

News broke Saturday that Russian President Vladimir Putin had invited North Korea's Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un to a celebration of the 70th anniversary of World War II. 

While news outlets around the world scratched their collective heads at why these two ostracized leaders would meet, we found out exactly how it went down. 

Get your popcorn ready and enjoy the fireworks!

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commented 2015-03-24 21:33:54 -0400
Please never use that music again; I already have to listen to garbage like that on the radio everyday at work.
Also, has anyone else seen the movie Knightriders (1981)? Where Ed Harris is involved in medieval jousting with motorcycles? It’s worth at least one watch. LOL
commented 2015-03-24 21:05:52 -0400
All that the little Kim-Jong-Un needs is a couple of ICBMs for his 100 or so nuclear bombs he’ll have in a few years. Putin has lots of ICBMs. And what if Kim talks to the Ayatollah?
commented 2015-03-24 19:13:12 -0400
two bullets
problem solved
commented 2015-03-24 16:24:21 -0400
Actually, Russian President Vladimir Putin has invited Kim Jong-II a while ago. In fact, both countries has called 2015 a “year of friendship” and Russia has eliminated 10 of the 11 billion debt North Korea had. Adding to that, Russia will also invest 25 billions in North Korea’s railways. Read more here: … Thanks – Jonathan Wade.
commented 2015-03-24 16:09:30 -0400
What? Losers Putin and Kim meet in isolation to plan blowing up the world? Seriously, these two are bad news although one can’t help hoping Putin can discipline Kim where Bejing is increasingly unable to do so. Especially if Putin gives Kim help with his war goals.