North Korean Dictator Kim Jong-un Executes Uncle By “Feeding Him To Pack Of Starving Dogs”

North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un is a monster. Reports surfaced some weeks ago that he had his uncle, Jang Song Thaek, executed but the manner in which this horrific event was carried out was shrouded in mystery. The truth about what happened to his uncle, and other personnel, is more gruesome than anything anyone could imagine. In August 2013 , he had an ex-girlfriend and a dozen others executed by firing squad for possessing “pornography.” The truth is they had Bibles with them. In November, some 80 people were executed in mass with machine guns. But this was all a warm up. What Kim Jong-un did to his uncle is unthinkable. He literally fed him to a pack of wild, hungry dogs, while he watched. The following video is courtesy of the BBC.

Kim Jong-un is proving to be a man more treacherous than his father, Kim Jong-il, who was seen as a grave threat to international security. However, the son is outpacing his notorious father in his lunacy. Kim Jong-un is even more depraved than his wretched father.

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The execution of Jang Song Thaek, the No. 2 man in North Korea, took Beijing by surprise and will adversely affect bilateral relations.

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 Beijing’s displeasure is expressed through the publication of a detailed account of Jang’s brutal execution in Wen Wei Po, its official mouthpiece, in Hong Kong, on Dec 12.

According to the report, unlike previous executions of political prisoners which were carried out by firing squads with machine guns, Jang was stripped naked and thrown into a cage, along with his five closest aides. Then 120 hounds, starved for three days, were allowed to prey on them until they were completely eaten up. This is called “quan jue,” or execution by dogs.

The reports of the execution surfaced around Christmas. Fox News reported that Kim Jong-un was “very drunk” when he ordered the execution of his uncle, who was the former head of the ruling Workers’ Party administrative department. He was the second highest ranking official in North Korea, and had been a very close confident to Kim Jong-un. That is until the brutal, merciless dictator turned on him. He said the purging of his uncle brought “greater unity” to the most secretive country on the planet, as reported by CNN.

What was Thaek’s crime exactly? For Kim Jong-un to kill, there doesn’t have to be a crime, only suspicion. His paranoia knows no bounds.

The tyranical leader of the communist state had accused his uncle – once seen as North Korea’s second most powerful man – of treason and corruption and described him as ‘scum’ and ‘factionalist filth’ during his recent New Year message.

His supposed crimes against the regime included having ‘improper relations with several women’ and having ‘wined and dined at back parlours of deluxe restaurants’.

In addition, Jang was said to have ‘squandered foreign currency at casinos while he was receiving medical treatment in a foreign country under the care of the party’.

Worst of all perhaps, in the twisted logic of this supposed workers’ paradise, was that Jang was guilty of ‘such factional acts as dreaming different dreams’.

There is no logic to this madness. However, for a Communist regime, such as North Korea, these are reasons enough to have someone fed to a pack of wild hungry dogs. Jong-un is the Supreme leader, and his purging of these high ranking officials in this manner would go unquestioned. This is the most repressive regime on the planet, a country that ranks the worst in human rights abuses. It is a country completely closed off to the rest of the world. North Koreans have no rights. They face prison camps, torture, and executions.

 The report said the entire process lasted for an hour, with Mr Kim Jong Un, the supreme leader in North Korea, supervising it along with 300 senior officials.

This means that hundreds of officials sat and watched as 120 wild dogs devoured six men in about an hour. Jong-un sat there without flinching. This is the reality of North Korea: Execution by starving dogs.

There are no words to describe how unsettling this execution method is, but what is also more than disturbing is Kim Jong-un’s nuclear ambitions. Jong-un likely killed his uncle because of a business dispute. While the maniacal dictator was praising the execution of his uncle and other high ranking officials, he was also spouting inflammatory rhetoric about war.

 “The U.S. and South Korean war maniacs have deployed legions of equipment for a nuclear war in and around the Korean Peninsula and are going frantic in their military exercises for a nuclear war against the North,” Kim said. “This precipitates a critical situation where any accidental military skirmish may lead to an all-out war.”

“Should another war break out on this land,” he said, “it will result in a deadly nuclear catastrophe and the United States will never be safe.”

North Korea is not to be trusted. The regime has a partnership with Iran that could lead to nuclear catastrophe. After this latest brutality, Kim Jong-un is proving that he is capable of anything.

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