Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Osaka black mark in Kim's life

The Asahi Shimbun published an article about the relationship between the Supreme Leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-il, and a woman born in Japan, Ko Young-hee. Ko Young-hee grew up in Osaka. She would later move to North Korea and would marry Kim Jong-il. The two of them would have a son, Kim Jong-un. About a month ago, in September, North Korea designated Kim Jong-un as the next leader of North Korea.

Of course, the fact that Kim Jong-il would marry a woman born in Japan is further evidence that the relationship between Korea and Japan is much different than is commonly known. It provides further evidence for my theory that Korea and Japan, while having the appearance of enemies, are secretly working together with each other to fight the evil empire, the West. Presumably, it was not a coincidence that the Asahi Shimbun published this story right after the attack on Yeonpyeong. Presumably, the Asahi Shimbun published this story as part of the “psychological warfare” which was going on at this time.1 And, of course, I had to add in my two cents. In INDB, I wrote the following.

1 But who was the target of this “psychological warfare?” That is the question we must ask ourselves.

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