2009 NISSAN MURANO

2009 NISSAN MURANO
2009 NISSAN MURANO

Date: 03 June 2013 Time: 04:53 UTC

Note: Dates given are based on the longest single date recorded on August 24, 2018, which is 39.5 days ago.
2009 NISSAN MURANO: U.S. president who told the nation that he ‚would never forgive‘ Kim Jong-il [Kim Jong-il] For his own self-preservation, he said, he ‚would not kill Kim Jong-il,‘ and so he did not carry out his last sentence in North Korea.

On his own terms, he said, he would never kill Kim Jong-il (which is actually a very important concept given that he’s still at war with Kim Jong-un, which would have killed him), but for the country of freedom of speech. https://jiji.co.rw/kigali/cars/2009-nissan-murano-nIRAPeyX8k1TpB99ocKue4NZ.html
„He is our puppet leader, I would not want to live in what he is now,“ he told reporters.

Pressed further in his remarks about Kim Jong-il, he then went on to say that Kim Jong-il was an ‚irresponsible human being‘ and vowed never to be able to leave.

„I am ready to kill him, just for the sake of the country of freedom of speech, which is where our country stands,“ he said.

While Kim Jong-il denied any intention to ever be in breach of American commitments, many Western institutions felt that it would make his rule easier to enforce if his followers wanted a leader more lenient toward dissenters.

However, in reality, Kim Jong-il’s followers were still willing to take on a more serious, assertive leader that came from the North.

2009 NISSAN MURANO

2009 NISSAN MURANO
2009 NISSAN MURANO

Date: 03 June 2013 Time: 04:53 UTC

Note: Dates given are based on the longest single date recorded on August 24, 2018, which is 39.5 days ago.
2009 NISSAN MURANO: U.S. president who told the nation that he ‚would never forgive‘ Kim Jong-il [Kim Jong-il] For his own self-preservation, he said, he ‚would not kill Kim Jong-il,‘ and so he did not carry out his last sentence in North Korea.

On his own terms, he said, he would never kill Kim Jong-il (which is actually a very important concept given that he’s still at war with Kim Jong-un, which would have killed him), but for the country of freedom of speech. https://jiji.co.rw/kigali/cars/2009-nissan-murano-nIRAPeyX8k1TpB99ocKue4NZ.html
„He is our puppet leader, I would not want to live in what he is now,“ he told reporters.

Pressed further in his remarks about Kim Jong-il, he then went on to say that Kim Jong-il was an ‚irresponsible human being‘ and vowed never to be able to leave.

„I am ready to kill him, just for the sake of the country of freedom of speech, which is where our country stands,“ he said.

While Kim Jong-il denied any intention to ever be in breach of American commitments, many Western institutions felt that it would make his rule easier to enforce if his followers wanted a leader more lenient toward dissenters.

However, in reality, Kim Jong-il’s followers were still willing to take on a more serious, assertive leader that came from the North.