Published On: Fri, Jun 16th, 2017

Kim Jong-un in hiding and PARALYSED by fear of elite US assassination operation


The National Intelligence Services (NIS) said the US and South Korea are trying to establish a special forces team to take out Pyongyang’s leadership.

Due to concerns about a potential airstrike or assassination the young tyrant prefers to move at dawn and has refused to use his Mercedes–Benz 600, instead hiding within the vehicles of his subordinates, the NIS told a closed–door parliamentary session.

Lee Cheol–woo, member of the national assembly of South Korea, believes the despot is “extremely nervous” about the plot that would paralyse the North’s command.

He said: “Kim is so engrossed with collecting information about the ‘decapitation operation’ through his intelligence agency.”

The dictator has reduced propaganda appearances “by a significant amount”.

An NIS official was quoted as saying by Rep. Lee: “The number of Kim Jong-un’s public activities was 51, a 32 percent decrease from last year.

“Since 2013, we have seen a downward trajectory of Kim’s public activities. We believe that Kim feels very confident (about his leadership). The number shows he has succeeded in grasping power and secured his status in the regime.”

The spy agency revealed that a North Korean drone – discovered last week – had taken 551 pictures including a Terminal Altitude Area Defence (THAAD) battery located in South Korea.

The NIS also said a total of six South Korean nationals are currently detained in the hermit kingdom, with most of them arrested for engaging in religious activities or helping North Korean defectors.

Despite economic hardship the secretive state has repeatedly flouted United Nations and international sanctions by testing long–range ballistic missiles.

Last month’s launch of the Hwasong-12 rocket is believed to have had the capability of reaching the US mainland.

The NIS said: “North Korea supplies most of its oil to special places. Therefore, the household oil price has increased a lot.

“The oil price had been set at around 6,000 won (£4.16) per kilogram. The price increased to 20,000 (£13.88) won in May and it stands at around 15,000 won (£10.41) currently.”

In recent weeks, a US expert claimed that Kim Jong-un is “only one step away” from developing a nuclear-tipped intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), to which the Trump administration’s head of missile defence expressed “great concern”.



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