Friday, December 2, 2022
Friday, December 2, 2022

    Unnamed South Korean Official Claims Kim Jong-un is ‘Alive and Well’ but ‘Not 100 Percent Certain’

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    South Korea says Kim Jong-un is ‘alive and well’ noting they ‘aren’t 100 percent sure,’ Your Content can report … if you believe an unnamed South Korean official.

    “Oh, yeah. As in ‘our immortal leader never gets sick.'” controversial constitutional rights attorney Norm Pattis told Your Content. “Where’s the coronavirus when you need it?”

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    Kim Jong-il, the current leader’s father, died of a heart attack while traveling by train two days before it was announced publicly.

    “It’s a closed society. I haven’t heard anything directly, but I’ll be shocked if he’s not dead or in some incapacitated state because you don’t let rumors like this go forever or go unanswered in a closed society which is really a cult, not a country, called North Korea,” Sen. Lindsey Graham told Fox News host Jeanine Pirro Saturday on “Justice with Judge Jeanine.”

    “President Trump is willing to do business with North Korea in a win-win fashion. So if this guy is dead, I hope the guy who takes over will work with President Trump to make North Korea a better place for everybody,” Graham said.

    We broke the story … the 36-year-old Supreme Leader died sometime Saturday due to complications following a cardiovascular surgery gone south, according to a high level Chinese official who took to social media

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    The Vice director of HKSTV Hong Kong Satellite Television Shijian Xingzou says that a ‘very solid source’ has told her the North Korean despot, 36, was already dead. Xingzou has over 15 million loyal followers on social media.

    “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.

    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.

    Additional Reporting By: Anthony Loro, Hong Xie and Jonathan Lee Riches for Your Content.

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