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Kim Jong Un who reappeared in public is a body double

North Korea’s porky-pig “rocket man” dictator Kim Jong Un, 36, had not been seen  since April 11. Most notable was his absence from the much-ballyhooed 88th anniversary of the birth of the Korean People’s Revolutionary Army on April 25. All of which led to rumors that he was either in a coma or dead.

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On May 1, 2020, however, Kim made his first public appearance in 20 days, at a morning ceremony for the completion of a fertilizer plant in Suncheon, South Pyongan Province.

North Korea’s official Korean Central News Agency said Kim attended the ceremony with other senior officials, including his sister, Kim Yo-jong, who many analysts predicted would take over if her brother is suddenly unable to rule. (New York Post)

But was that really Kim Jong Un?

Below are side-by-side pics of the real Kim Jong Un (left column) and the man who appeared at the fertilizer plant on May 1, 2020 (right column), whom we’ll call Fertilizer Kim.

Not only does Fertilizer Kim look noticeably older than Real Kim, Fertilizer Kim’s front teeth look very different than those of Real Kim.

What do you think?

H/t tweeter Jennifer Zeng

~Eowyn

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I will never understand liberal logic: Lefties celebrate NK’s Yo Jong possible rise to power

If Fat Boy is dead, then progressives celebrating Kim Yo Jong as a positive step forward for women in leadership is about as sick as you can get. This is how the left have completely ruined and distorted the feminist movement.

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North Korea dictator Kim Jong Un said to be dead

For several days, there have been rumors of communist North Korea’s porky-pig dictator Kim Jong Un, 36, being on the verge of death.

Telling signs include the fact that he hasn’t been seen since April 11, and his absence from Saturday’s much-ballyhooed 88th anniversary of the birth of the Korean People’s Revolutionary Army.

But South Korean officials said they had detected no signs of unusual activity in North Korea. President Trump downplayed the rumors, and an official familiar with U.S. intelligence said the U.S. had no reason to conclude Kim to be seriously ill or unable eventually to reappear in public.

Today, however, comes more news that confirm the rumors:

(1) First came a report from Japanese news weekly Shukan Gendai that Kim was in a “vegetative state” after he underwent heart surgery earlier this month.

A Chinese medic sent to North Korea as part of a team to treat Kim told the weekly that Kim had clutched his chest and fell to the ground on a field trip to the countryside earlier this month. A doctor accompanying Kim performed CPR, took him to a nearby hospital, and made an urgent request to China to send a medical team from Beijing immediately.

A Chinese team of nearly 50 medics headed for Pyongyang with a special machine, but the North Korean medical group believed they could not wait for the Chinese and decided to perform an emergency cardiac stent operation by placing a tube into a congested blood vessel to allow blood to keep flowing to the heart.

Alas, the Korean cardiac surgeon “was very nervous and his hands trembled. Moreover, he had no experience” operating on a body as “obese” as Kim’s. It took the surgeon eight minutes to insert the stent, when normally the procedure would take about a minute. Kim went into a coma. By the time the Chinese medic team arrived, they “couldn’t do anything anymore.”

(2) Today, the New York Post reports that a Hong Kong broadcast network claims that Kim had died, citing a “very solid source.”

Kim Jong Un has been supreme leader since 2011. He has a family history of heart problems: both his father Kim Jong Il and his grandfather Kim Il Sung reportedly died of a heart attack.

If Kim is dead, official verification might only come from North Korea state media, which delayed the announcements of the deaths of Kim’s despotic predecessors, his father and grandfather, for up to four days.

David Maxwell, a North Korea specialist at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, said:

“When it comes to North Korea you can never be too sure until you hear the news from the country itself. But it’s worth noting that there are 6.5 million smartphones in North Korea now and even though the coverage is within the country, information has a way of getting out faster now than it did in the past.”

Maxwell said the Wuhan coronavirus could have been a contributing factor, given Kim’s underlying conditions of obesity, high blood pressure and diabetes. North Korea has claimed zero COVID-19 cases but Maxwell maintains they could be lying. North Korea will likely shut down every inch of the border in the event of Kim’s death, and the country’s Politburo will meet behind closed doors to designate his successor, who will most likely be his little sister, Kim Yo Jong, 31.

~Eowyn

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