Wednesday, November 16, 2016

China Bans Websites Searches For 'Fatty Kim the Third' After Receiving A Protest From The North Korean Leader

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un waves to the crowd as he presides over a mass rally and parade in the capital's main ceremonial square, in Pyongyang, North Korea, May 10, 2016. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj/File Photo

Reuters: China websites block searches for 'Fatty Kim the Third'

Chinese websites have again blocked searches for "Fatty Kim the Third", as many Chinese mockingly call North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, with China's foreign ministry saying it did not approve of ridiculing foreign leaders.

Chinese internet users began reporting last week that searches on the Twitter-like microblogging site Weibo and search engine Baidu for the expression returned no results, the normal sign that something is being blocked despite its wide usage.

The term - which refers to the weight of Kim, his father and grandfather - was last blocked in September after neighboring North Korea's latest nuclear test.

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More News On China Banning Websites Searches For "Fatty Kim the Third"

China bans ‘fatty’ Kim Jong Un nickname on websites -- AP
Don't call him 'Kim Fatty III'! North Korean officials 'tell China to stop its people from body shaming their supreme leader -- Daily Mail'
North Korea begs China to stop calling Kim Jong Un fat -- FOX News/The SUN
How Fat Is Kim Jong Un? North Korean Leader Said To Have Ballooned To Nearly 300 Pounds; Wants Chinese To Stop Calling Him Fat -- IBTimes


James said...

He will be known as the sixth listing on the NGC catalogue of astronomical objects.

Aizino Smith said...

I am sure that the International Maritime Organization keeps track of Kim Jung Un as large masses affect compass headings.

James said...

"affect compass headings."
and tides.