Kim Jong Un and the North Korean government have been threatening their neighbors and America with nuclear war. At the same time, they have their hand out begging for food and money. The rogue communist state has warned its citizens to prepare for starvation. North Koreans have been starving for decades, so this is nothing new to them. What is new, is the fact that the government has gone on record warning the citizens of their impending hardship. What do they mean? How can it possibly get worse?
North Korea has a nuclear weapons program, even though they agreed (and were paid handsomely by the U. S.) not to develop such a program. They’ve test-launched ballistic missiles into the Sea of Japan. North Korean leaders are preparing for war, and as a result, starving the citizens. The North Korean government has called for a “70 day campaign of loyalty” and told the people to demonstrate their allegiance to Kim Jong Un during this period. As part of this campaign, the government has told the people of the capital city, Pyongyang to donate at least 2 pounds of rice to state warehouses every month.
Truth and Action reports:
On Monday, the North Korean government wrote an editorial in Rodong Sinmun, the state-controlled national newspaper, warning citizens to brace for famine and economic hardship—as though they haven’t already been suffering for decades.
The delusional leaders inside the reclusive communist state obviously feel it is more important to rattle their sabers at the West and their neighbors by firing ballistic missiles into the Sea of Japan and boasting about nuking Manhattan than to be able to feed their own people.
Despite threatening the civilized world on a weekly basis, Kim Jong Un and the North Korean leadership are approaching the West with imploring, outstretched hands for food aid.
Rodong Sinmun called for a “70-day campaign of loyalty” and reportedly demanded that the North Korean people demonstrate their allegiance to Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un. To that end, the country is requiring all residents of Pyongyang, North Korea’s capital city, to deliver about 2 lb. of rice to state warehouses each month.