Death of Kim Jong Un could create crisis with no named successor

Death of Kim Jong Un could create crisis with no named successor

Rumors of NK leader Kim Jong critically ill have sparked fears that his demise would destabilize the region. Concerns about the NK leaders emanated after he missed an April 15 commemoration of the 108th birthday of his grandfather, the Hermit Kingdom’s founder Kim Il Sung. Although Kim has no named successor, his younger sister Kim Yo Jong appears to be the most likely candidate to step in.

Milan
Milan
Jason
Jason 3 months

All of a sudden, his sister seems to be way more important than previously thought. Also, She might end up a prisoner here pretty soon. Generals wont want to take orders from the PR lady.

Fredrick
Fredrick 3 months

The two military officials on the right don't know how to wear a mask.

IIzard
IIzard 3 months

It's a necropsy anyway, what's the difference?

Brandon
Brandon 3 months

I thought he was a god who doesnt flatulate and what not, how could a measly Chinese virus kill him?

America
America 3 months

Time for POTUS to return the favor of that "Christmas Present" and offer condolensces for NK loss.

Lord Flasheart
Lord Flasheart 3 months

Female Dictator? Damn, imagine the days when she is not in the mood for bullsh!t. But "Who run the world! Girls!" Lets see what sort of personality she has, she might be some old Generals puppet in the end.

Garthak
Garthak 3 months

I think the possible danger here is they might blame us, and the new dear leader, be that his sister or whoever, might make a show of it, and maybe even launch a missile or two.

الأكبر فادي
الأكبر فادي 3 months

No worries, South Korea as rightfully owners of Korea will gladly take over

Pj
Pj 3 months

Not rocket man! Who else will challange the ccp at being the worst dictator?

Fred
Fred 3 months

Is too much on the same year!

Gary Bea
Gary Bea 3 months

Why don't they just get the people to choose who they want as their leader? Oh, that's right, they have socialist freedom.

fish
fish 3 months

“The King is dead! Long live the King!”

Slick Willy Clinton
Slick Willy Clinton 3 months

He's probably dead.

Rational ific
Rational ific 3 months

I wonder if those who were close to him had him poisoned, as may have been the case with Stalin. In that case, there was an improvement in the later regimes when compared to Stalin's.

Ali
Ali 3 months

every totalitarian regime is always at the edge and loosing a leader is a massive blow, the head of the state is always the central connecting piece between multiple parts of the government and playing them around to consolidate his power.

Leo Miggel
Leo Miggel 3 months

Had a surgery ar 36 due to a life threatening conditon due to living a lavish life on the back of millions of people. Everything has consequences.

Cole.
Cole. 3 months

yes yes yes yes yes yes

jo Ann
jo Ann 3 months

Maybe NK could ask Trump to be their dear leader

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