North Korean leader blushes at number of standing ovations in Ontario Legislature - The Beaverton

North Korean leader blushes at number of standing ovations in Ontario Legislature

PYONGYANG – North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un was reportedly blushing after watching so many standing ovations for Premier Doug Ford by the Ontario PC caucus during Question Period.

After a busy day ordering summary executions, the dictator caught a glimpse of how Ontario’s leader was needlessly praised while scanning through the various Parliamentary channels from the West.

“I wish some of my lackeys had that amount of enthusiasm,” said Kim to himself inside his palace swirling a Johnny Walker whiskey glued to 74 MPPs rise and applaud at anything that was said by Premier Ford. “I wonder how many people he had to threaten and kill to get that kind of praise.”

Despite the lack of marching and formation gymnastic displays, Kim was still in awe at the sycophantic display of enthusiasm in a province that is apparently democratic.

“I haven’t seen that kind of ass-kissing since the 2013 Day of Victory in the Great Fatherland Liberation War Parade,” Kim said with a sigh.

Meanwhile, the provincial government’s news agency, Ontario News Now, was praising the Glorious Leader for his plan to defeat the vile and hated carbon tax and for unveiling new Stalinist-like posters declaring “Ontario: Open for Business.”

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