VX nerve agent, that is.
Not the sort of thing one expects to find in the average home (although a former restaurant owner near and dear to me has called my own cooking into question), therefore presumably something from some government stockpile. Its use on Kim Jong Nam, who was known to favor modernizing and liberalizing his country but who had prudently avoided visiting there of late, leaves little doubt as to which government’s stockpile was the source.
It’s remarkable that Malaysia persisted in conducting a proper investigation of Mr. Kim’s death. Just out of curiosity, how far is Malaysia from North Korea and what is the range of North Korea’s newest missile (the one that didn’t blow up when tested)? I have no doubt that Mr. Razak (the Malaysian PM) already knows, just as he knows that the Delightful Leader does not especially like being thwarted or seen to be less than all-powerful. Mr. Razak is a brave man.
I can’t help wondering whether the Wonderful Leader, shown in the above picture giving “field guidance” on how to sprinkle cigarette ashes on children, ever discovered who was responsible for the naughty arrangement of the stuffed toys on the cabinet behind him and, if so, what fate befell the perpetrator. I’d guess that, a full-scale State assassination, complete with exotic chemistry and nubile females, not being called for, a volley of 7.62 x 39 mm. rifle rounds would have done the job acceptably.
Again just wondering, does anyone know what specific means were used to dispatch the Stupendous Leader’s uncle? Or what mental condition would lead him (the Incomparable Leader, not the uncle) to bump off his own relatives? (Relax, my family members, some of you may be irritating at times but you’re all quite safe so far as I’m concerned.)