The defense minister of South Korea said this week that the country has elite troops ready to take out North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. The troops would be used in the event that Kim was going to launch nuclear weapons at South Korea, Han Min-koo said. Show More Summary
Defense minister reveals plan to remove North Korean dictator if nuclear risk becomes too great.
After Kim Jong Un and North Korea conducted their biggest nuclear test yet, South Korea is bolstering its plan to "eliminate" the dictator should...
This should calm tensions on the Korean peninsula. Asked in parliament on Wednesday whether South Korea had a plan in place to take out North Korean leader Kim Jong Un should the need arise, the country's defense minister didn't beat around the bush. "Yes, we do have such a plan,...
CRAZY LIKE A FOX: South Korea reveals it has a plan to assassinate Kim Jong Un. South Korea has elite troops on standby ready to assassinate Kim Jong Un if the country feels threatened by North Korean nuclear weapons, the country’s defense minister revealed this week. Asked in parliament Wednesday if there was a special […]
Kim Jong Un has overseen a ground test of a new rocket engine and ordered a satellite launch preparation, state media said Tuesday, an indication North Korea may soon conduct a prohibited long-range rocket launch, per the AP. The UN and others view the North's space launch project as a...
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un supervised a ground test of a new rocket engine to launch satellites, the North's state media reported Tuesday, the latest in a rapid succession of missile-related tests this year by the isolated state. Kim...Show More Summary
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has supervised a ground test of a new rocket engine to launch satellites, the North's state media reported on Tuesday, the latest in a rapid succession of missile-related tests this year by the isolated state.
North Korea may be isolated in the international community but it now has a modest ally on the Spanish coast - the Pyongyang Cafe, a bar founded to support Kim Jong Un's rule.
The 5th nuclear test carried out by Kim Jong Un and his regime has irrefutably proven that current policies towards North Korea have failed. As world leaders, experts and the UN make their usual rounds of condemnation and proclamations...Show More Summary
Washington is beginning to understand that sanctions on North Korea aren’t working because they have not been enforced against the Chinese.
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SARCASM, historically regarded as one of mankind’s most pernicious inventions ever as judged by men whose names begin with “Kim Jong,” has died in North Korea this month, according to government sources within the greatest and most enlightened nation in the world. Longtime friends of Sarcasm said this week from the Hermit Kingdom that they […]
Kim Jong Un just can’t take a joke. The last time the North Korean dictator found himself on the receiving end of some gentle ribbing, as the subject of James Franco and Seth Rogen’s assassination comedy The Interview, Kim’s repressive regime allegedly hacked Sony Pictures, apparently in retaliation. Now, the absolutist leader is taking his […]
North Korea's dictator Kim Jong-un has banned his people from using sarcasm in their everyday conversations in a fresh crackdown on criticism of his leadership. Mass meetings organized by government officials have been used to issueShow More Summary
South Korea quickly condemned the detonation, saying it showed the "fanatic recklessness" of the Kim Jong Un government.
North Korea has reportedly banned its citizens from using sarcasm in conversations about the country’s totalitarian leader and his administration. According to local media, Kim Jong Un’s regime has sent out officials to inform the public that even indirect criticism of the authoritarian government has been banned, and that satire directed at the regime or [...]
NORTH KOREA refuses to be bound by any global rules. Its hereditary dictator, Kim Jong Un, imposes forced labour on hundreds of thousands of his people and threatens to drench Seoul, the South’s capital, in “a sea of fire”. Nuclear weapons are central to his regime’s identity and survival. Show More Summary
Supreme Leader of North Korea Kim Jong Un has just banned all sarcasm about himself or his regime, because he totally loves freedom of speech. According to the Independent, functionaries were asked to disseminate the message: there will be no criticism of the leader in any conversation. Show More Summary
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has reportedly issued a directive that prohibits citizens from making sarcastic remarks about what some may or may not label an oppressive regime, according to sources. If true, it seems like the right thing to do. Read more...