There is a Good Possibility the “Glorious Leader” of N. Korea is Dead. — American in Korea

The World Health Organization received a very strange message from the Health Ministry in N. Korea. To begin with, in the 70 year history of N. Korea, most of the deaths have been of starvation related diseases like scurvy and rickets. After that, when Koreans speak or write Korean, they often leave information out, and […]

via There is a Good Possibility the “Glorious Leader” of N. Korea is Dead. — American in Korea.

Seen numerous undated photos yesterday, some obviously doctored including one that shows his father’s funeral with his image superimposed over his father as proof he is dead. For the living photos, most don’t have any evidence of when they were taken. At least one shows what looks to be a date in the background, but it could have been added later.

I don’t know if he’s alive or dead. If he’s dead, it could be months before they announce it as there is likely to be a power struggle between different groups trying to take control.

My suggestion is if he’s alive, show clear undoctored video evidence to avoid problems.

 

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