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From a historical Islamic perspective it makes perfect sense.


Kim Jong-un awarded economics doctorate by Malaysian university

Private HELP university in Kuala Lumpur attracts criticism for honorary award to the North Korean leader, 

Kim Jong-un

The North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un. Photograph: KCNA/AFP/Getty Images

A Malaysian university is facing public criticism after it awarded an honorary doctorate in economics to the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un.

The private HELP University said a simple ceremony to mark the award was held in early October at North Korea’s embassy in Kuala Lumpur.

The event initially went unnoticed, but it was reported briefly by North Korea’s official KCNA news agency. The decision attracted widespread criticism on social networks in Malaysia this week after the US-based Foreign Policy magazine posted a blog article expressing surprise about the decision.

The university’s president, Paul Chan, said in an undated statement that the decision was about “building a bridge to reach the people”.

Chan’s office said he was not available for further comment.

More here. H/T: Fjordman


3 Responses

  1. Fantastic!

    Soddy Barbaria gets a UN price for womens rights and the North Korean monster gets a price in economics.

    On the other hand, that puts Malaisia (misspelling intended) on the same level with the hermit kingdom.

    When will they give him a price for murdering his ex-wife?

  2. Elena Ceausescu was famous for collecting so-called “honorary” scientific degrees from various places and she was no scientist. It was part of her need to justify her existence and her self-created divine right to rule over the little people. I hope that this phony god gets to participate in all of her rewards too!

  3. Why not give Adolf Hitler a doctorate for Efficient Management Of Human Capital

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