ArticleCovid 19InternationalPolitics

Food Crisis In North Korea Followed By ‘Kimjongunism’

The North Korean dictator, Kim Jong-un wants to promote the ideology of 'Kimjongunism'. Kim has already removed portraits of his father and grandfather. According to reports, portraits of Kim II-Sung and Kim Jong-il have been taken down from Pyongyang's (the capital of North Korea) official buildings. According to a South Korean spy agency, the term 'Kimjongunism' is being used in governmental circles. Experts see Kim's effort as a tactic to break away from the shadows of his predecessors. Reports claim that Kim Jong-un is being referred to as the 'Great Leader' by North Korea's state media. However, the title was previously only used to describe Kim II-Sung, Kim Jong-un's grandfather. This attempt by Kim Jong-un expose Kim himself wants to establish his own credentials as a heroic leader...

Read More