Who is crazier, North Korea’s Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un or Ukraine’s putsch Prime Minister Arseniy “Yats” Yatsenyuk? Take our survey…

North Korea’s Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un inherited his presidency after his father’s death.

Known for his ridiculous haircut and never ending claims that he will destroy America, Kim Jong-Un has been rumoured to be addicted to swiss cheese, pals around with Dennis Rodman, and today he reportedly executed his Defence Chief Hyon Yong-chol by anti-aircraft fire in front of an audience of hundreds.

Last year, Kim Jong-Un reportedly executed his Uncle, and second in command Jang Song Thaek for dreaming different dreams than the supreme leader.

Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk got the job of Prime Minister after Victoria Nuland (in her now infamous coup d’etat phone call) simply appointed him by stating “Yats he’s our [the US] guy“.

Yats is known for his lack of hair and uncanny resemblance to Bugs Bunny. He has been trying to pick a fight with Russia for over a year claiming Russian troops have invaded Ukraine over 36 times.

Yatsenyuk has stated that Ukrainian should be an official language of the EU, and went on German TV to rewrite history claiming the Soviet Union invaded Nazi Germany in WW2.

He is using EU/US taxpayer money to dig a giant ditch (he calls it a wall) around Ukraine to keep the Russians out. Today Yats said that Ukraine is a “bulletproof vest” of Europe and is on the verge of a nuclear war with Russia.

Both leaders take evil and stupidity to the highest of levels, but only one can claim the crown of the world’s nuttiest, absolute craziest head of state.

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