North Korean Soldiers Facing Death Penalty For Making a Joke About Kim Jong-Un

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All eyes were on North Korea over the weekend as they were scheduled to test their sixth nuclear weapon. A missile capable of carrying a warhead was tested on Day of the Sun and should have marked a “historic moment” for the country’s military prowess, but instead, the ballistic missile blew up immediately.


The leader of North Korea Kim Jong-Un quickly became the laughing stock of the world and even within his own country, as it was reported that some of his soldiers are now facing the death penalty for making jokes about their fearless leader.


The Daily Mail reports that soldiers have begun spreading jokes that compare Jung-un to a kindergartner.

The source that divulged this information to western media said: “News of cadres of the second army corps slandering Kim Jong-un reached all the way to the People’s Army’s General Political Bureau, and the arrested cadres are to be severely punished.”


A group of officers in the second army said their leader was “mentally ill.” The anniversary of his grandfather’s birth has been stained by ridicule and deception within his ranks, according to the source.


One of Jung-un’s top officials, Choe Ryong Hae, gave an upbeat speech before the missile was scheduled to launch that entailed death to their enemies and the ultimate demise of America.


“If the United States wages reckless provocation against us, our revolutionary power will instantly counter with annihilating strike, and we will respond to full-out war with full-out war and to nuclear war with our style of nuclear strike warfare successfully,” he said in the packed city square of the country.


Jung-un has been perceived as having a little man complex that he tries to hide with his world domination speeches and his ongoing call for death to their enemies. It’s going to be hard to create any havoc or viable threat if you can’t even successfully launch a missile from a launch pad.