Kim Jong Un’s days are numbered. An assassination force comprised of elite soldiers has been formed. Jong Un’s blustering will now be put to the test. Will North Korea attempt to start a nuclear war? Or will its dictator be neutralized before disaster strikes?
South Korea is mobilizing 1,500 to 3,000 troops to form its assassination squad. Each soldier will be specifically trained in ways to kill Jong Un.
“The best deterrence we can have, next to having our own nukes, is to make Kim Jong-un fear for his life,” Shin Won-sik, a retired South Korean general, said.
The previous administration’s failed foreign policy decisions led to increasing tensions between the U.S. and North Korea. Weak-willed Obama refused to do what was necessary. A military response would be ugly but it’s important that Pyongyang realizes force is an option.
“If it agrees to stop its nuclear program, it can reclaim its future … If North Korea continues its dangerous path, we will continue with further pressure,” U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said.
The Trump administration won’t be cowed by Jong Un. War is the last resort, but if that’s what it comes to we’re ready.
“The forthcoming measures by DPRK will make the U.S. suffer the greatest pain it ever experienced in its history,” one of Jong Un’s shills threatened this week.
Their belligerence may soften when Jong Un realizes that he’s likely to be assassinated if the rhetoric continues.