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North Korean state media says its Covid-19 outbreak was caused by 2 people touching so-called “unusual things” near the border with South Korea. The state-run agency KCNA did not, however, specify what theses “unusual things” were. KCNA said the 2 people who touched the things were an 18 year old soldier, and a 5 year old child. The two reportedly touched the things on a hill near the border in April. This news comes after a North Korean defectors’ activist group sent balloons carrying anti-North Korea leaflets across the border. KCNA’s bizarre report said that North Korea needed… “to vigilantly […]

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The old Chinese, "We got Covid from a gay Mounties jockstrap sent in the post from Canada" routine eh?

Meanwhile Thailand blamed Covid on brake failure, probably.




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Well he cannot blame the Chinese (where it came from) as who else will talk to the 'beach ball' if he offends them.

By the way the way, Chinese refer to him in much more negative terms on his weight to the extent he has made an official complaint.

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