PAPER: Kim Jong-un Has ‘Secret Son’ Waiting to Inherit North Korean Regime
Amid the deeply troubling news of North Korea conducting its sixth and most powerful nuclear test, a curious report reveals Kim Jong-un has a ‘secret son’ waiting to inherit the Hermit Kingdom.
Daily Mail UK reports:
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has a secret son who is heir to his brutal regime, spies have revealed.
The dictator has three children with his wife Ri Sol-ju but the gender of the couple’s first – who was born in 2010 – has never been revealed.
Following the birth of their son the couple had a baby girl in 2013 and another child just six months ago, according to previous reports from South Korea‘s intelligence agency.
The first lady had disappeared for an extended period last year, raising speculation that she could be pregnant.
According to previous intelligence reports from Seoul’s spy agency, Ri married Kim in 2009 and gave birth to their first child the following year, with their second born in 2013.
Kim is the third generation of his dynasty to rule North Korea, but little has been revealed about the country’s first family.
Japan and South Korean officials are confirming North Korea conducted a nuclear bomb test Sunday afternoon local time. An earthquake measuring 6.3 on the Richter scale centered in the area of North Korea’s nuclear weapons facility was reportedly followed by a 4.6 quake that appears to be a cave-in due to the test. The test is reportedly the strongest of the previous five tests since 2006.
This is the first nuclear weapons test by North Korea in the Trump presidency. President Donald Trump has taken a much harder line with North Korea than his predecessors.
North Korea announced a special statement will be made at 1500 hours local time, 2:30 a.m. EDT.
S. Korean authorities now confirming that this nuclear test was 9.8 times as powerful as last year's test, the previous biggest. https://t.co/pMtmExZLyY
— Jonathan Cheng (@JChengWSJ) September 3, 2017
There are reports the nuke test was felt in Russia and China
OMG, KJU appears to have shaken Vladivostok. Many city residents, including myself, felt tremors at around 1:30 pm. https://t.co/2twpEuvjf7
— Artyom Lukin (@ArtyomLukin) September 3, 2017
North Korea has been engaging in provocative behavior in recent weeks, threatening Guam, launching a missile unannounced over northern Japan and yesterday claiming to have developed a hydrogen bomb capable of being placed on an ICBM.