With the North Korean people starving and forced to eat grass, the dear leader put on his thinking cap and comes up with the obvious solution: why not import gigantic rabbits so they can eat the grass and then the people can eat the rabbits?
Karl Szmolinsky, a 67 year old, East German pensioner that have bred rabbits the size of dogs for 47 years was asked by North Korea's ambassador whether he might be willing to sell some rabbits to set up a breeding farm in North Korea. Each of Karl's 'German Grey Monsters' weigh about 7kg and can be used to feed 8 people.
This kind of a bold genius idea too often gets shot down in bureaucratic democracies where politicians choose to play it safe with conventional ideas.
My only fear is that giant rabbits are listed on the new North Korean trade sanctions along with iPods.
Thinking like this makes you worthy of an Apple Commercial.