KIM Jong-un’s deluded sister has warned the US it faces “self-destruction” – regardless of North Korea being gripped by famine, seeing our bodies left strewn on the street.

Kim Yo-Jong mentioned America and South Korea will face new “safety threats” within the wake of deliberate army drills in Korea.

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Kim Jong-un’s sister Kim Yo-Jong has issued a stark warning to the US and South Korea[/caption]

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Her feedback come as North Korea struggles with famine which the dictator admitted is ‘getting tense’[/caption]

She slammed the “unwelcome, self-destructive motion” which she says will solely heighten tensions within the area.

The dictator’s sister branded the US and South Korea’s joint army drills this week “harmful” and an “act of self-destruction for which a pricey worth must be paid.”

Yo-Jong advised North Korean state media KCNA on Tuesday: “They threaten the protection of our folks and additional imperil the state of affairs on the Korean peninsula.

“They’re probably the most vivid expression of the U.S. hostile coverage in the direction of (North Korea), designed to stifle our state by drive.”

The US and South Korea have beforehand maintained the annual army drill is solely for defence causes.

INCREASING TENSIONS

However Yo-Jong, who’s believed to be 33-years-old, accused South Korea of “treacherous therapy” – a remark certain to crumble mediations between the 2 states.

A hotline between Pyongyang and Seoul was not too long ago reconnected after the North lower them final yr – and so they now appear to already be ignoring routine calls, South Korea mentioned.

Yo-Jong beforehand mentioned of the drill, “Our authorities and army will preserve an in depth eye on whether or not the South Koreans go forward with the aggressive struggle workout routines, or make a giant choice.

“Hope or despair? That’s less than us.”

Her newest deflecting outburst comes as North Korea fights meals shortages that eerily echo the devastating 1990s famine, which killed thousands and thousands of individuals.

There are fears the nation might run out of meals in simply TWO months, with the dictator even admitting the state of affairs was “getting tense”.

But North Korea has boldly tried to insert itself as a participant on the world stage by threatening the West – whereas its residents wrestle to battle famine and Covid.

“BODIES ON THE STREET”

Yeonmi Park, 27, a human rights activist who fled the “brainwashing” totalitarian state, advised how she recurrently noticed “our bodies on the road”.

Describing seeing folks starved to demise whereas rising up contained in the hermit kingdom, she advised The Solar On-line: “Seeing useless folks on the street – it’s like on a regular basis life.

“I used to be born on the finish of 1993. The regime stopped giving meals to the folks.

“Three million folks died from 1995 to 1998. It’s one of many world’s worst man-made famines in historical past.

“It was simply regular life for me. I didn’t suppose that life may very well be completely different.”

Now considerations have been raised any motion from North Korea in defiance of the US and South Korea might exacerbate the already dire situations within the nation.


Roughly 28,500 US troops stay stationed in South Korea after the Korean Struggle – an inheritance that always provides gas to the flames of rows between the North and South.

Navy workout routines have been dramatically downsized lately in a bid to help negotiations to demolish Pyongyang’s nuclear and missile programmes in change for US sanctions reduction.

However talks shortly collapsed in 2019, leaving North Korea and the US at a stalemate.

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Kim Yo-Jong mentioned the nations will ‘pay a pricey worth’ for ignoring North Korea’s needs[/caption]

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It appears the annual US army drills in South Korea have heightened tensions with the North[/caption]