North Korean soldiers ‘STARVING as Kim orders them into World War 3 training with no food’

Saturday, December 9, 2017
By Paul Martin

KIM Jong-un’s regime can not feed its soldiers as many of the 1.2 million troops are “in poor physical condition and in no fit state to fight” as military training is ramped up amid fears of war on the Korean Peninsula.

Sat, Dec 9, 2017

Sources inside North Korea say the regime has heavily increased its military training recently, but do not have the food supplies to feed its soldiers.

A source in Ryanggang Province said earlier this week: “The 12th Army Corps began exercises on the first of the month, but the leading commander said during opening inspections that he had merely received orders to carry out the drills but had not received any accompanying provisions—quite the disconcerting welcome.

“After this, the soldiers were taken through the ideological and physical drills and told to express their enthusiasm for becoming ‘young heroes of the nation,’ but their reactions were lukewarm at best.”

Under Kim Jong-il’s North Korea regime soldiers were kept well fed, however, the regime is no longer able to provide for them.

It was revealed soldiers had been forced to loot farms to feed themselves after reports showed that the communist regime has ordered the military to acquire its own food supplies.

The source in Ryanggang Province went on to add: “It is quite absurd that military personnel have to collect these provisions themselves. And such orders were handed down in all provinces, covering all military divisions across the country.

Soldiers from the 43rd Brigade raided fields at night, it was revealed.

The source said: “They all gathered for the surprise attack, fanned out across the farms and swept up all the corn.

“It’s not an everyday occurrence for the 43rd Brigade to go around plundering the farms, but they have become much more brazen this year.

“The authorities have to feed the soldiers before they will be able to fight the enemy.”

Jiro Ishimaru, a Japanese filmmaker, who has close sources inside North Korea, said: “For one thing, there are too many soldiers to feed,” and “corruption is rife, so that by the time senior military officers have taken their share of food provisions to sell for profit on the private market, there is next to nothing left for ordinary soldiers.”

The World Food Program (WFP) estimates that approximately 70 per cent of the dictator-run state’s population, of nearly 25 million people, do not have regular and reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food.

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