Skip to comments.North Korea Replaces Hardline Defense Chief
Posted on 05/12/2013 9:03:07 PM PDT by BenLurkin
North Korea has replaced it hardline defense chief with a little-known army general.
It's not known when Jang replaced Kim Kyok Sik. Kim is the former commander of battalions believed responsible for deadly attacks on South Korea in 2010. State media previously identified Jang as head of the army's First Corps who pledged allegiance to Kim Jong Un and threatened South Korea in a speech last December.
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Interesting. I wonder why?
They could replace him with rancid kimchee and I don’t think it would change anything.
Hopefully maybe the hardline faction has lost a round
(with China’s blessing)
One nutter replacing another nutter
We'll never know (the truth, anyway).
Here's something to ponder which helps me grasp the insanity around the world.
"The truth. That nothing, no matter how horrible, ever really happens without the approval of the government. Over there, and here.
The problem isn't the doing. It's the people in power having to admit that they knew.
(quote from the movie THE SHOOTER)
Hmmmm.... (had to think some, which is quite unusual for me. I avoid thinking whenever possible)... Maybe The Red Chinese Leadership told him to pipe down (i.e. put the dogs back on leashes).
Pretty clear that this is all Dennis Rodman diplomacy.
Hey BO, time to kiss Rodman’s ass and fire ketchupboy
Wow...well happy retirement! I wonder what his plan consists of? 7.62*.39 or 7.62*.54?