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North Korea Executes Kim Jong-un’s ‘Despicable Human Scum’ Of An Uncle

by | 13th, December 2013



NORTH Koreans leader Kim Jong-un has approved the execution of his uncle Chang Sung Taek for “acts of treachery”.

The Korean Central News Agency said Jang wanted to be Supreme Leader, seeing the death of Kim’s father, Kim Jong Il, in December 2011 as a chance to take the throne. He tried “to overthrow the state by all sorts of intrigues and despicable methods with a wild ambition to grab the supreme power of our party and state”.

Whoever writes the North Koreans Press releases is a master of the bombastic. Jang is the “traitor to the nation for all ages”. He is ‘’worse than a dog”. He is “despicable human scum”.




The White House says this is “another example of the extreme brutality of the North Korean regime”.

That the’s US that executes its prisoners.

Still, the kcna’s Press Officer has more to say:

DPRK People’s Yearning for Kim Jong Il Grows Deeper with Snowfall

Pyongyang, December 12 (KCNA) — There has been a heavy fall of snow here on Wednesday and Thursday.  The snowfall deepens the Korean people’s yearning for leader Kim Jong Il, who left them amid heavy snowfall two years ago.

On the day of the ceremony of bidding the last farewell to him, citizens took off their clothes and put them on the snow-covered streets where the hearse was passing. In fact leader Kim Jong Il had made a ceaseless journey of field guidance for the wellbeing of the people, in disregard of weather conditions, until the last moments of his life. Though he was in bad health condition in December 2011, he continued his field guidance.

The Korean people had always wished him good health, singing such songs as “Where Are You, Dear General?” and “We Believe in You as in Heaven”. Witnessing the snowfall, they are now hardening their will to carry out Kim Jong Il’s behests on building a thriving socialist nation without fail, under the guidance of Marshal Kim Jong Un.



Photo: North Korean subway commuters gather around a public newspaper stand on the train platform in Pyongyang



DPRK People Determined to Remain Loyal Only to Kim Jong Un

Pyongyang, December 12 (KCNA) — As already reported, the chance and alien elements who had made their ways into the Workers’ Party of Korea committed anti-party, counter-revolutionary factional acts. They expanded their forces through factional moves and dared challenge the party while attempting to undermine the unitary leadership of the party.

In this regard, KCNA had an interview with teachers and students of Kim Il Sung University.

Paek Chol, an official of the university, said: “The purge of the Jang Song Thaek group of anti-party and counter-revolutionary elements made our party and revolutionary ranks purer. It is the height of folly for them, bereft of elementary sense of moral obligation and conscience, to dare undermine the single-minded unity provided by Generalissimos Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il.”

A sledgehammer blow should be delivered at anyone who goes against the single-minded unity of our people around supreme leader Kim Jong Un.

The recent case has hardened the people’s will to remain loyal only to him.

Pak Kum Sun, a teacher, said: “The group’s acts remind me of the past in which some anti-party, counter-revolutionary factionists who had sneaked into the revolutionary ranks challenged the party whenever the Korean revolution was undergoing trials.”

The purge of the group represents public mindset to invariably follow the respected Marshal Kim Jong Un.

No one can dampen their strong will to hold him in high esteem as the center of unity and leadership.

Sim Kang Sik, a student, said:  “The single-minded unity of the leader, the party and the masses based on the great idea is the most precious treasure that can be bartered with nothing. No matter how the situation may change, I will follow Kim Jong Un only.”

And if he’s the only leader left, then following him will be all the easier…

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