At a parliamentary meeting Wednesday, South Korean defense minister Han Min-koo was asked if the military has a special forces unit prepared to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. “Yes, we do have such a plan,” Han responded, according to CNN. Show More Summary
South Korea has a killer plan to fight off its northern neighbor's nukes.
South Korea has revealed that it has a plan in place to assassinate North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un. According to CNN, South Korea confirmed that it has elite troops on standby ready to assassinate Kim Jong-Un should the country feel threatened by North Korea’s nuclear weapons. Show More Summary
South Korea Friday ruled out giving aid to flood-hit North Korea, saying leader Kim Jong-Un would claim credit for any assistance following what Pyongyang calls the "worst disaster" since World War II. The International Federation of...Show More Summary
The Lovers and the Despot tells the unbelievable story of a film director and actress who were snatched up by Kim Jong-uns father and forced to make propaganda films for the DPRK. Plus, watch an exclusive clip from the eye-opening documentary.
COMING SOON TO A COLLEGE CAMPUS NEAR YOU: North Korea bans sarcasm because Kim Jong-un fears people only agree with him ‘ironically.’ What a juchebag. Still though, I’m having a tough time squaring this story out of the Hermit Kingdom with this recent headline: North Korea airs Saturday Night Live-style sketch show mocking Barack Obama… […]
Doug Bandow Security, Asia Kim Jong-un doesn’t care about the international community. North Korea’s Kim Jong-un continues his confrontational course. After Kim conducted his nation’s fifth nuclear test, Defense Secretary Ashton Carter...Show More Summary
Robert Beckhusen Security, Asia Seoul has a plan to decapitate the North’s leadership?—?except it rarely works If North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un orders a nuclear strike on South Korea, Seoul will attempt to kill him with missilesShow More Summary
Twenty hours a day? C’mon, now, even Kim Jong-Un would be embarrassed by such shameless pronouncements. What Grandma’s recent collapse has shown is how pathetic Democrats and their media lackeys are in denial, if anything. Her supporters now are trying … Continued
The fifth of North Korea’s nuclear tests proved to be their most powerful yet, increasing fears that Kim Jong-un’s nuclear threats may be a reality. Four days after the test, the United States sent two B-1 bombers to fly over North Korea. Show More Summary
What to do with the pygmy of Pyongyang, the mad marshal of the Hermit Kingdom, by which I mean Kim Jong-un, the thirtysomething tyrant of North Korea? On Sept. 9, his scientists set off their country’s fifth nuclear test, but there were two differences this time. Show More Summary
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NOBEL PEACE PRIZE UPDATE: It’s Kim Jong-un’s World; We’re Just Living In It. We don’t live in the world the “liberal internationalists” have imagined exists; we live in a world where, more and more, the law of the jungle applies. News that North Korea has detonated another bomb comes as no surprise; few things are […]
Taking a break for mocking potential despot Donald Trump, Late Night host Stephen Colbert turned his focus on North Korean President for Life Kim Jong-un, mocking him for his ban on “sarcasm” in his country — by giving a master class in how sarcasm is done. As the late night host...
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
North Korea: Let's Recap, Shall We? As reported by RedState's Caleb Howe, North Korea's Chairman Kim Jong-un, fired off a missile earlier this morning that surpassed the destructive capability of the nuke dropped on Hiroshima. Kim Jong-un:...Show More Summary
Doug Bandow Security, Asia Pyongyang may not yet have deliverable warheads and accurate missiles, but hoping it won’t develop them is not a strategy. It’s been at least a few days since North Korea did anything terribly provocative. So another disruptive event was long overdue. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton & Susan Rice expected to blame it all on anger over the Red Dawn remake
North Korea is not known as a place where open and honest expression is celebrated, so it likely comes as little surprise that another limitation on speech has reportedly been declared. This time, the edict is said to be rooted in Kim Jong-un's fear that people in the nation are mocking him, notes the International Business Times. Show More Summary