Do you believe the report about the North Korean leader feeding his uncle and others to dogs?
The North Korean leader recently had his uncle executed. It has been reported the uncle was stripped naked and that a bunch of hungry dogs attacked and ate him. Do you believe this to be true?
Here is a link: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/k … -1.1565299
Well, without any way of researching it for myself I have no option but to believe what I read is true. Why wouldn't he do something like this? We already know that he is a spoiled kid with immense power.
Frankly I take this news with a pinch of salt. I don't think the North Korean leader fed his uncle to dogs. More likely the news is spread to instill fear in his opponents. There is no doubt he executed his uncle, but not by dogs. However the North Korean leader is a ruthless man and the world must remove him. Unfortunately China is the bug bear and it supports North Korea.
My first inclination is to say "No, that's ridiculous!", but on thinking back to what we've seen out of Kim Jong Eun, I can't be so sure. Add the repression and misery of his countrymen to the questionable fates of his brothers, the execution of his former lover, the execution of his uncle and his out of control narcissism, we're left knowing one thing: there is something seriously lacking about the conscience of this pampered fat tyrant. If the uncle has been fed to hungry dogs, it is unconscionable, yet sadly, it is probably more than he has done to relieve the suffering of his own starving people.
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