LATEST KIM JONG-UN OUTRAGE AS U.S. SENDS TROOPS TO SOUTH KOREA
Published on: January 7, 2014
Photography by: Reuters
More KIM JONG-UN madness as his aunt mysteriously dies after uncle reportedly fed to dogs and NOW the United States is sending in 800 military “advisers” to South Korea!
Those reports of “dogs eating uncle” have been revealed as a hoax by anti-Un bloggers.
In the LATEST news out of North Korea, despot Kim Jong Un‘s aunt (the sister of “Team America: World Police” star and dead dictator dad Kim Jong-Il) Kim Kyong Hui has mysteriously died – from either a heart attack or suicide, just weeks after the leader reportedly had his uncle Jang Song Thaek thrown to the proverbial dogs.
The last time the 67-year-old Hui was spotted out was at a musical on Sept. 10, which she attended with both the bloodthirsty Un and his wife. She was conspicuous by her absence late last month, at a Dec. 17 memorial for her brother. A South Korean publication, reported that she’d been felled by a seizure she suffered in the grief over her husband.
Tokyo professor Toshimitsu Shigemura, an expert on North Korea, told The UK Telegraph that Un might have had second thoughts about whacking his uncle and “If she IS dead, then this is a serious problem for Kim Jong-Un: As the sole daughter of the founder of the nation, she had both authority and legitimacy and she used that to protect Kim Jong-Un’s government. She was the sun and he was the moon.”
MEANWHILE in Washington, D.C. The U.S. Defense Department said Tuesday it has designated an Army battalion of nearly 800 soldiers from Fort Hood, Texas, for assignment in South Korea, UPI reported.
"The battalion will provide a trained and combat-ready force that will deploy with their equipment to South Korea (by Feb 1)," the Defense Department said in a statement. Soldiers from the 1st Battalion, 12th Cavalry Regiment, and 1st U.S. Cavalry Division will stay focused in South Korea for a minimum of nine months.
U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has pow-wow-ed in D.C. with South Korean Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se. "The two discussed the importance of maintaining a robust combined defense of the Korean Peninsula as a strong deterrent against provocations from North Korea," Pentagon spokesman Rear Admiral John Kirby said in a statement.
DEVELOPING???? Let’s hope NOT…