Kim Jong-un Is Very Much Alive According To These Allegedly New Pictures

Now the new images shared by North Korean state media on Saturday show that Kim Jong-un is very much alive and was at a fertilizer-factory ribbon cutting on May 1.

Pyongyang| A few weeks ago, multiple reports emerged that suggested the North Korean Dictator Kim Jong-un be in bad shape physically or to have passed away. According to intelligence community sources within the Trump administration, Kim was was in bad shape — and potentially at death’s door in a vegetative state — after undergoing heart surgery.

Othe reports suggested that the 36 years old, obese, heavy smoker ruler was at Wonson resort recovering from a cardiovascular operation. Though the South Korean government officials and analysts suggested that the reports were wrong. All the speculations had highlighted that Kim had failed to appear at a parade for his grandfather, North Korea founder Kim Il-Sung on April 11.

Intelligencer contributor Heather Hurlburt said earlier this week, “Rumors about the demise of [North Korea’s] leaders are a national tradition. The real problem North Korea faced,” she argued, “was the coronavirus — and no one really knows how bad the pandemic has affected the impoverished, isolated nation.”

Many speculated that the dictator was in hiding to save himself from the Covid-19 infection.

Now the new images shared by North Korean state media on Saturday show the leader very much alive and at a fertilizer-factory ribbon cutting on May 1.

One image even featured him with a banner over his head with the date May 1 written over it.

Writing about the reception the leader received in the said event, North Korean media report twice mentioned “thundering cheers.” But there’s no video available to prove the claims.


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