North Korean Dictator Blames Everyone And Anything Else For His People Suffering

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It is hard to see a grown man cry in public. Especially when that man is the youngest dictator in the world. However, anyone will be wrong to view that act of public contrition as a form of weakness. This is because even if his people have gone through many hardships. It has not stopped him from spending vast sums in military weapons claimed as for defence. The large sums would have of course come in very handy to feed his people. No matter the suffering of his people. It will be a mistake to see his crocodile tears as a sign of weakness. When some in the American administration are asked. The answer is showing weapons in a parade does not mean they work.

The president is not bothered as there have been no major firing of major missiles out of the country for a year.

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