There really isn't much to say here. He led a poor, struggling nation with an iron fist. The DPRK is one of the world's last truly centrally-planned societies, and it doesn't appear to be changing. He utilized propaganda to create a cult of personality and lived lavishly while his citizens starved. He held close the tenets of communism, and he forced his country into a form of international exclusion experienced by no other nation. His passing should cause us to think of the freedoms we have, and it should remind us of what happens when the government under which we live becomes too strong and too large.
What should his eulogy be? What would you say?