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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un reportedly in coma; power delegated to sister

I assess him (Kim Jong Un) to be in a coma, but his life has not ended

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un reportedly in coma; power delegated to sister



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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is reportedly in a state of coma and his sister Kim Yo-jong will be exercising de facto control over national and international matters. Several media reports on Monday said that the US is monitoring intelligence that suggests the North Korean leader is in grave danger after undergoing a surgery.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is reportedly in a state of coma and his sister Kim Yo-jong will be exercising de facto control over national and international matters. Several media reports on Monday said that the US is monitoring intelligence that suggests the North Korean leader is in grave danger after undergoing surgery. Chang Song-min, who served Kim Dae-Jung as a political affairs secretary and as head of the state affairs monitoring office, in a social media post said no North Korean leader would entrust any of his authority to another person unless he was too sick to rule or was removed through a coup.


“I assess him (Kim Jong Un) to be in a coma, but his life has not ended,” he was quoted as saying by The Korea Herald. 


“A complete succession structure has not been formed, so Kim Yo-jong is being brought to the fore as the vacuum cannot be maintained for a prolonged period,” he added.


Chang’s claims come months after Kim Jong Un had not made a public appearance amid speculations of his deteriorating health. He was last seen presiding over a Workers’ Party politburo meeting on April 11 before a top security adviser to the South’s President Moon Jae-in downplayed rumours and said Kim Jong Un was “alive and well”.




Meanwhile, US President Donald Trump has wished the North Korean leader "well", amid reports of him undergoing serious surgery.


Trump, however, did not confirm or deny news reports that the North Korean leader was ailing and that his health was in grave danger.


"Well, these are reports that came out, and we don't know. I've had a very good relationship with him. I wish him well because if he is in the kind of condition that the reports say, that the news is saying, that's a very serious condition, as you know,” Trump told reporters during his daily White House news conference on coronavirus.


“I've said it and I've said it many times, if somebody else were in this position, we would've been right now at war with North Korea and we're not at war and we're nowhere close to war with North Korea,” Trump said.


“I just have to say to Kim Jong-un I wish him very good luck.. I mean, they came out with very, very serious medical reports. Nobody's confirmed that. It's was CNN that came out, so when CNN comes out with a report I don't place too much credence in it,” Trump said.
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Is Kim Jong-un dead? Rumors resurface on the Internet after reports say the North Korean leader is in a coma
https://meaww.com/kim-jong-un-death-rumors-resurface-twitter-reports-say-north-korean-leader-reportedly-in-coma
Is North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un okay? Rumors are rife that the leader is in a coma as his health reportedly continues to dip. As per TMZ, Chang Song-min, a former aide to the late South Korean President Kim Dae-jung, recently told South Korean media, based on the intel he’s received, that Jong-un is in a coma but not deceased. The aide continued, "A complete succession structure has not been formed, so his younger sister, Kim Yo-jong, is being brought to the fore as the vacuum cannot be maintained for a prolonged period."
As per the same report, North Korea's own National Intelligence Service (NIS) mentioned that although Kim still is the “absolute power”, he would gradually begin to transfer authority to Kim Yo-jong to "ease stress". Seoul’s spy agency, NIS, said on Thursday, August 20, that managing state affairs has caused Jong-un recently to delegate some of his powers to select a group of senior officials, as reported by Yahoo News. At a meeting held on August 20 with the Workers' Party, Jong-un showed concerns over South Korea’s economy and its policies. Yahoo News reported that he said the country was facing dual challenges fending off the pandemic and repairing damage from torrential rains that caused devastation. The leader also insisted to keep borders shut and reject any outside help.
At the moment, it cannot be confirmed if the news of Jong-un being in a coma is true or not as the 36-year-old's past stories of purported death have often cast doubts on his declining health. In April, rumors over his death ran commonly in media portals after Jong-un suddenly disappeared and did not show up in the public sphere until May where he was pictured after attending completion of a fertilizer plant in the capital, Pyongyang. Back in 2014, the leader did not appear in public for six weeks after which the state media reported that he was suffering from an "uncomfortable physical condition". In 2009, concerns loomed over his ill health floated online that suggested he was a diabetic and suffered from hypertension. With so many incidents, the Internet can't help but mock the new rumors of his death.





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