Kim Jong-un wants to merge Korea so he can become a sovereign leader
The 33-year-old leader who has threatened Western nations with his nuclear missile tests, reportedly will never ever give up his nuclear arson.
An anonymous North Korean defector revealed Jong-un’s plans to become “King of Korea”.
Inside North Korea: The pictures Kim Jong-un doesn't want you to see
Mon, April 10, 2017
Since 2008, photographer Eric Lafforgue ventured to North Korea six times. Thanks to digital memory cards, he was able to save photos that was forbidden to take inside the segregated state
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Taking pictures in the DMZ is easy, but if you come too close to the soldiers, they stop you
The defector reportedly said: “History has proved that the North Korea state will never give up its nuclear capability and their final goal is the unification of Korea on their own terms."
The news follows reports that the hermit kingdom is afraid of Trump who may “accidentally” initiate a war with the aggressive state.
In a bid to protect themselves, the North Korean defence ministry has erected a series of security defences across the country.
Zhang Tuosheng said: “Neither the US nor North Korea would take the initiative to wage a war, but the risk of conflict is higher as a small miscalculation or accident could bring war to the peninsula.”
Ms Zhang added: “The scale of the US and South Korean joint military drills is becoming bigger, and pre-emptive exercises send a clear warning to Kim that the US can destroy North Korea if it wants."
It comes after Kim Jong-un hit out at the US President for deploying a Navy strike group to the Korean Peninsula.
Kim Jong-un’s state-owned news agency KCNA claimed Trump’s deployment showed “reckless moves for invading” that had now “reached a serious phase”.
It comes after Trump sent the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson into the Sea of Japan after several provocative missile launches from Kim’s communist nation.