Kim Jong-un has announced that South Korea’s president had a hit taken out on the dictator of North Korea.
Kim Jong-un said his government had uncovered the plot. He has now vowed revenge against their neighboring country.
Pyongyang vowed to ‘impose the death penalty’ on Park Geun-Hye, the president of South Korea. They called for a ‘miserable dog’s death’ for the leader.
The Daily Mail reports:
Pyongyang vowed to ‘impose the death penalty’ on Park Geun-Hye claiming she ‘pushed forward’ a supposed plan by Seoul’s intelligence servicesto eliminate the North Korean dictator.
South Korea’s spy agency has described the threats today as ‘unpardonable’.
The North’s declaration comes after the killing of Kim’s estranged half-brother Kim Jong-Nam by two women using the banned nerve agent VX at Kuala Lumpur international airport in February.
Both Malaysia and South Korea have blamed the North for the assassination, which retorts that the accusations are an attempt to smear it.
North Korea’s threat came from its security ministry and prosecutors and was aired in a statement carried by its official Korean Central News Agency.
‘We declare at home and abroad that we will impose death penalty on traitor Park Geun Hye,’ it said.
This is not the first time that North Korea has invented foiled threats on the nation’s ‘dear leader’.
Kim Jong-Un had accused the United States for a long time of trying to assassinate him, or bomb the country.
It serves are propaganda that brings people together until a united purpose, according to experts.