NKorea Evacuates 600,000 From Capital – Here’s Why

Thursday, April 13, 2017
By Paul Martin

Jong-un removes enemies of the state from Pyongyang

Kit Daniels
Prison Planet.com
April 13, 2017

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has ordered the evacuation of almost 600,000 residents from the capital, Pyongyang, according to South Korean media.

The deportations of nearly a quarter of Pyongyang’s residents come as North Korea readies its sixth nuclear test – and a potential military strike by the US in response.

“Among those who were chosen by authorities to move are people whose relatives defected to South Korea, had been jailed in a prison camp, used drugs or counterfeit money, and produced, distributed or sold pirated films from the South,” reported the Korea Joongang Daily.
This implies that Jong-un wants to people in the capital who are less likely to aid foreign troops during an invasion.

“Population control was the pretext of the latest order,” said an anonymous insider. “But in reality, the purpose is to ‘purify’ the North Korean capital and allow only the loyal elite class to live there.”

That said, population control could be a factor if North Korea, which has lost millions to famine over the past few decades, considers Pyongyang a national redoubt.

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