How North Korea could be CRUSHED: Truth behind Kim’s war of words revealed

Saturday, November 18, 2017
By Paul Martin

KIM Jong-un’s continued war of words with the United States and flexing of his military muscle has left the world on the brink of World War 3 – but decoding the words of the crackpot dictator could be the key to crushing his depraved regime.

Sat, Nov 18, 2017

The Kim family have built up an empire based on ideology and propaganda, which sees the people of North Korea guided by a political philosophy that places commitment to the state above all else.

And the regime has a raft of terminology to glorify the North Korean dictator and brainwash his 25 plus million citizens into justifying his strength and rule.

For example, the expression ‘Juche’ has an influence on the everyday lives of North Koreans and explains why freedoms of any sort, including religion, are scarce in a nation that treats its leaders like a God of the mythical world.

Founded by Kim Jong-un’s grandfather, Kim II-sung, the expression ‘Juche’ means ‘self reliance’ and as a political philosophy the people of the secretive state are forced to believe that to maintain independence, any influence from the outside world must be excluded.

The history of the ideology’s key role in North Korea becoming what it is today dates back to Kim Il-sung’s reign as he attempted to build his regime after the 1950-53 Korean War.

Kim II-sung described the ideology during the aftermath of the Korean War in 1955, saying: “All ideological work must be subordinated to the interests of the Korean revolution.”

In other words, it means the state, its leaders and its political vision come before the interests and identities of its citizens.

Kim II-sung also explained: “Establishing Juche means, in a nutshell, being the master of revolution and reconstruction in one’s own country.

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