South Korean intelligence has announced that it has reason to believe that North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un’s first child is a boy.
The intelligence report was delivered to the Korean National Assembly on Tuesday by a representative.
Yoo Sang-beom, a representative of the People’s Power party, said, “We do not have detailed evidence that their first child is a son.” “But we are convinced that the first child is definitely a son based on intelligence that has been shared with an outside intelligence agency.”
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Kim Jong Un’s mysterious eldest child has been a source of speculation for years, and the implications of her gender could be crucial to the future of the government.
North Korea follows a unique communist ideology with a de facto hereditary monarchy that has been in complete control of the nation ever since. Korean War,
The people of North Korea know the Kim family only as their rulers. Kim’s father, Kim Jong Il, ruled the country before him, and his grandfather, Kim Il Sung, founded the communist-run state more than seven decades ago.
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Part of holding on to power involves the cultivation of a cult of personality that portrays the family as god-like figures who dominate daily life. State media constantly run positive stories about Kim Jong Un and children learn about the family in school through songs and classroom instruction.
Kim Jong Un paraded his younger daughter – his second child – around a major military celebration last month, prompting speculation from media outlets around the world that he was grooming her for leadership.
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The event – a celebration of the 75th anniversary of the founding of North Korea’s military – became world news after Kim’s daughter, Kim Ju-ae, made a rare appearance, smiling and accompanying her father to high-ranking military officials at the event. Appreciated family.
If the leader’s eldest child is male, as South Korean intelligence has suggested, he would be most likely to succeed his father – in keeping with the dictatorship’s male-preferred patriarchal history.
The dictator’s third child has also never been seen in public.
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Dictator Kim Jong Un’s sister Kim Yo Jong continues this threat between America and South Korea conduct joint military exercises,
Kim Yo Jong said in the statement, “We keep our eyes on the restless military moves by the US military and the South Korean puppet army and stand ready to take appropriate, prompt and forceful action at any time.” As reported by state media.
Fox News’ Louis Cassiano and Lawrence Richard contributed to this report.
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