Saturday, June 19, 2021
Saturday, June 19, 2021

North Korea’s Supreme Leader, Kim Jong-un, Dead at 36
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» Japanese media outlet claims Kim Jong-un has died five days following a mishap during a cardiovascular surgery.
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Kim Jong-un has died following a failed cardiovascular surgery leaving him in ‘vegetative state’ until his death, Your Content can report. He was 36.

We broke the news … Kim was told he had just five days to live exactly five days ago, according to experts close to the situation.

While these claims cannot be verified independently, the timing of it certainly makes one curious as now China has sent in a medical team.

According to international media, the Supreme Leader died Saturday. What’s more, electricity was cut in the entire country as of midnight, according to the New York Post.

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“The news of the death of Kim Jong-un, North Korea, broke the whole country. Except for Kim Yong-un palaces, electricity was cut in the whole country,” said Maureen Moore. “The country fell into darkness to express sadness.”

The weekly Japan-based newspaper Shukan Gendai claimed that Jong Un was frolicking around the countryside when he clutched his chest and fell to the ground. A doctor with him at the time is said to have performed CPR on accompanied him to a hospital.

According to unconfirmed reports, attributed to senior officials in Beijing, an operation to insert a stent went south because the surgeon’s hands were shaking during the operation.

“We can’t confirm anything about the status of Kim Jong un, but what we can do after the coronavirus is over is offer you a gateway into discovering the world’s most secretive country,” a liaison at Visit North Korea in Pyongyang said.

Kim Jong-un was a North Korean politician who has been the Supreme Leader of North Korea since 2011, First Secretary of the Workers’ Party of Korea between 2012 and 2016, and Party Chairman since 2016. He is the second child of Kim Jong-il, who was North Korea’s second leader from 1994 to 2011, and Ko Yong-hui.

The Inter-Korean Liaison Office did not respond to repeated requests for comment.

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