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Kim Jong Un's Uncle executed over corruption

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Yikes.

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A good purge was always on the cards,wonder how many top ranking military officers have had a midnight visit.

Young Kim needs to be sorted out,and there will be a lot of trouble down the line if he isn't.

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huh. i wonder, has there ever been a korean language edition of darkness at noon?

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Ironic that his uncle was accused of corruption and executed within days.

Young Kim is not corrupt! Nooo.

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Sounds like there was an assassination attempt or it would not have been treated so severely.

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Sounds like there was an assassination attempt or it would not have been treated so severely.

His uncle helped put him in power. He killed his ex-girlfriend a while ago (for being his ex-girlfriend) and eighty odd other people for listening to foreign broadcasts (as well as other heinous crimes).

No, he's a tyrannical homocidal crackpot (in my opinion).

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His uncle helped put him in power. He killed his ex-girlfriend a while ago (for being his ex-girlfriend) and eighty odd other people for listening to foreign briadcasts (as well as other heinous crimes).

No, he's a tyranical homocidal crackpot (in my opinion).

Quite so his uncle tried to get him first but failed.
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Quite so his uncle tried to get him first but failed.

But his uncle was formative in putting Young Kim in power wasn't he?

Then again, Stalin 'wigged out' as well and killed most of his early supporters too.

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Standard procedure for any Dictator. Those that had the influence to put you in power could easily use their influence to get you out of power if they wanted to, so obviously you're going to soon make sure they're out of the way. See night of the long Knives, Stalin's purges, Obama's ... oh, he hasn't got to that yet has he. Stick around though, he will soon, you'll see.

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Reminds me of reading about Stalinist Russia.

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When will the Military Nth Korean top brass say enough and dispose of him.He has to be the most hated guy in Nth Korea and maybe the most dangerous man on the planet.

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When will the Military Nth Korean top brass say enough and dispose of him.He has to be the most hated guy in Nth Korea and maybe the most dangerous man on the planet.

Problem is you would be replacing one dictator with another,the whole lot needs clearing out.There is always hope,the wall came down in Europe after all.

This regime is probably the biggest threat to peace since the cold war.

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Standard procedure for any Dictator. Those that had the influence to put you in power could easily use their influence to get you out of power if they wanted to, so obviously you're going to soon make sure they're out of the way. See night of the long Knives, Stalin's purges, Obama's ... oh, he hasn't got to that yet has he. Stick around though, he will soon, you'll see.

We're pretty close.

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When a nation threatens a nuclear strike on another nation, that has to be taken seriously. That's just something

you don't joke about, or say, to show you mean business. Of course if that happened that would be the end of

North Korea, in my opinion. So many forces would descend on that nation destroying its military, and ensuring

that "leader" is taken out of power. If he has threatened a superpower, he's a threat to all. That's my two cents.

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