The Most Likely Way North Korea Will FallApr 13, 2023
On January 11, 2022, a hypersonic missile streaked across the Korean sky, violating United Nations Security Council resolutions and sparking talk of the rapid nuclear advances North Korea has made despite strict sanctions imposed on it for past crimes. This unpredictable behavior and violent threats against nations have the average global citizen wondering why the North Korean regime has yet to be taken care of. Why after decades of isolation, famine, poor services, and constant fear, North Korean citizens are not they have been liberated, the regimes have
fallen for much less, i think it is time we looked at ways to run the
koreaonce and for all i
willreview all methods that have any chance of success as well as those that are incredibly reckless so for a task as important as this assassination seems like a very attractive option spies in movies sneak secretly to foreign countries for problems to governments for their respective agencies, can you do the same with kim jong-un? well it's not that easy, firstly paranoia breeds protection and according to the many high ranking North Korean defectors who have denounced kim jong's secretive regime. -un is very paranoid this is the guy who executed his own uncle because he thought he was part of a chinese conspiracy to dethrone him to realize how difficult an assassination by a foreign agent would be you have to look at the terrain and landscape North Korea's Hermit Nation is notoriously difficult to sneak in, let alone escape.
A foreign agent would have to traverse 120,000 square kilometers of mountainous land filled with caverns already monitored by North Korean spies and military if the spy got that far. Somehow, he would have to get close enough to the leader to take him out, which is nearly impossible given the high security he often travels with. it would only justify and validate the massive propaganda about South and West Korea being fed to the North Koreans, lastly, it is simply not enough to assassinate Kim Jong-un, you
willhave to assassinate the entire Kim family, which leaves the option of murder as highly un
likely. work unless it is done by one of the party members, a frustrated rebel movement or a family member, but find a hierarch who is willing to risk their lives and stop the constant river of gifts and privileges that comes with being in good of kim jong-un side it would be nearly impossible for
mostelites who realize their lives are in danger to rather assassinate like Tae Yong-ho, a North Korean envoy who defected while traveling for a diplomatic duty, a disloyal family member is not much of a gamble, nor are they more
likelyto run rather than assassinate Kim Jong-un after the force he displayed towards his half-brother Kim Jong-nam and uncle Yang Seong-tek.
Those close by are loyal to the core or at least know how to act, but come on. imagine kim jong-un being eliminated in a combination of good luck and planning what happens next after he doesn't promise a member of the worker's body or more likely his wife or sister will hold the seed of power until one of his children is ready to take the throne as that kid grows up you can expect the full force of the
koreaarmy to unleash his fury as killing a head of state is not taken very kindly so we would be back to the point of game so if you are thinking that assassinations have too many unknown variables and it would be better to kill off all weapons any chance to fight back and block any chance of a vendetta leader being poised to seize power then going nuclear is your best bet it is the safest option for the country that drops the bomb and it is deadly for north korea and its weapons of mass destruction the only problem is that it is also deadly for everyone else there are currently 13,080 known nuclear warhead devices worldwide and nine countries with nuclear capabilities if i were to map them china russia the usa uk pakistan france india israel and of course north korea would have to be marked out of these nine the usa and russia have the
mostrussia needs to pack with 6257 while The United States follows with 5 50.
China has around 350 while North Korea has the lowest count at only 50 to 60. And the sheer power of those is unimaginable as today's nukes drop 80 times more than the bomb atomic bomb that president harry truman drops on hiroshima a mushroom cloud over north korea would spell disaster for neighboring countries like china, south korea and japan so any country that drops that nuke will deal with the full force of these nations, from radiation poisoning to polluted rain and waters that would harm the nuclear korean peninsula's fishing industry, not to mention millions of north koreans that has nothing to do with kim jong-un's regime would suffer as much max that's why cold war didn't see any bomb targets everyone knew it would be doomsday for everyone ok maybe there won't be a nuclear war but how do you remove a rotten regime? and bring democracy, it might be time to consider a good invasion if several nations joined, say France, Britain, the United States, South Korea and Japan, North Korea of course wouldn't stand a chance but the logistics of such an operation were mixed up with those of North Korea. the location and element of your nukes would make it especially difficult but let's take a look at china and russia to the north south korea and japan to the south and east there is no way any army is marching across russian borders or Chinese as they have traditionally has been seen as the closest thing North Korea has to its allies and you can't airdrop soldiers because the guys in North Korea who watch the skies for a living will certainly spot it, so that we are left with a coastal invasion or one that comes from south korea but, of course, north korea knows this, that is why the demolition zone that separates the north from the south is armed to the teeth with defense systems, including the soon-to-be-cleared hypersonic missile that can potentially hit Seoul in 45 seconds if necessary so that any gathering of military forces that would be needed to assault North Korea on these sides would be detected instantly.
Entry through the yellow sea will also not happen as china will not allow an army to park in their front yard and ambush the north the sea of japan is also a no zone because you have russia watching closely and even if they turn on north korea, kim jong-un's military etiquette is likely to catch you hanging out here with a full navy arsenal. Okay, but what if china and russia team up and we all take over the nation at once? So then you would have to find all the places that house nukes and other lethal weapons and that is where the isolation of North Korea pays off as there is still information about where these weapons are hidden but there are rumors about vast underground networks where kim jong-un and his elite corps will undoubtedly move.
They know where everything is and therefore have the real element of surprise for anyone who crosses their path. by giving them the upper hand, even if the highly-skilled allies win in the end, the casualties could be massive and involve many civilians and military personnel, most of whom would be North Koreans and South Koreans given the proximity of Seoul, so there is the reality of a leaderless leader nation we know full well that overthrowing a dictator has complications look at iraq libya egypt and the ongoing fighting in yemen there could be a worse evil happening in north korea and with so little knowledge about the state of the country an invasion becomes riskier there has to be a cleaner option one that doesn't cause savage violence and mass casualties sometimes the best way to make a regime give up is to cut off their resources it's time for some sanctions not the ones that make news headlines Although real sanctions involving China, North Korea's biggest lifeline, not only do they share a border, but 80 to 90 percent of all North Korean trade comes from the People's Republic of China.
If you were to sever this relationship, North Korea would be forced to open up to the world and deal with diplomatic negotiations and minor military activities or risk a revolution from North Korea's already frustrated citizens, but China has a very good reason to stay north. and the south. Separately, they even said they would defend North Korea if the US attacks first, but hey, this relationship is more about convenience for China than true support for Kim Jong-un's regime given the strategic location and close ties. South Korea with Washington, North Korea. existence is crucial for china if korea became one then it is safe to assume that us troops would move to the chinese border and plant a big fat military base there with a bigger us military presence in japan and south korea china not China is so interested in handing over the Korean Peninsula to the United States, which is quite understandable, but China is also not ready to receive the influx of refugees that would result from a change in power or any instability in North Korea, so if the plc were to join the allied nations against north korea they would have to be guaranteed that there would be no us military presence in north korea there would also have to be an international plan for north korean refugees that would not put the burden solely on china this option as impossible it seems given the current situation the geopolitical environment is quite legitimate since kim jong-un took power, he and chinese president xi jinping have not seen eye to eye.
Observers suggest that the two don't get along very well, mainly because Kim Jong-un is obsessed with nuclear power. capacity something xi jinping is not too happy with which means this would be the perfect time to convince china that supporting the dying empire is in their best interests but the collapse could take years and the kim regime has been known to put into risk to their people to ensure their longevity so maybe it's time to consider something completely different something completely out of the ordinary enter the money bomb this would involve this simple act of adding throwing in a boatload of counterfeit North Korean horn over the whole country the pictures alone would be epic all of this counterfeit currency would flood the north korean market and increase the cost and value of goods which in turn would lower the value of the one and unbalance the supply and demand chain when it comes to currency the weekend would lead the country to give in and use foreign currency like china or us dollar to function daily more than it currently does this would put north korea at the mercy of banks and financial structures but would also push Kim Jong-un and his elites to shift their funds around creating alerts for those who monitor the leaders' international funds Kim would have to step up his weapons and drug dealers to raise money for expansion military but the masses would be looking for answers so yeah I mean the money bomb idea sounds absolutely great but a money bomb might not be the cleanest option and the reason for that is that it might not draw kim jong-un from power.
Something similar happened in the southern region of Africa in the country of Zimbabwe when the dictator Robert Mugabe began to print money. relentlessly to ease their country's crushing poverty under foreign sanctions, the results are ridiculous inflation rates and no relief for the people, so if the same thing happens in North Korea, which is already reeling from poverty, the money bomb could tear the whole country in half but even with this option the korean people need enough determination to get rid of the whole regime and find their own way and the illusion of the kim empire would have to be exposed in that case it would be prudent using the same strategy that north korea has used to maintain its power control of information by pulling back the non-existent mystery of the regime and the bunch of lies that make kim jong-un's dynasty possible is one of the cleanest ways to overthrow the dictator because it puts power squarely in the hands of the people as things change globally and information moves fast north korea is waking up to the reality of their nation all of this has been made possible because of the paranoia of kim jong-un and the state hermit nation with the declining economy and rising poverty black markets where goods are smuggled out of china have opened people's eyes to life outside of north korea is also removing propaganda about what life is like in south korea and the rest of the world usbs and dvds of documentaries reality shows and movies from other countries show the truth the idea would be to bombard north korea with the truth even the stories of defectors are already circulating inthe country, so that would be a very good idea, but there still wouldn't be enough people trapped with this information that they could suffer a fate of hard labor or even death, so it would need to be a way to get information completely to stop targeting specific citizens, this is where tech companies like Apple and Microsoft could come in handy.
The money bomb is more realistic than you might think, leaving desperate people in its wake to ask tough questions about his leadership. If the allies want to speed up the revolution, they could apply pressure from abroad by making it clear that close allies like Japan and South Korea will do so. defending them fiercely if they are somehow attracted to it is harder to manufacture a revolution but if all these efforts happen in large volumes then kim jong-un and his elites will probably do what other dictators cornered by the people make them run even if he closes his ears and develop more weapons than he will feel insecure about detonating this will give people more time to come together and figure out a way to overthrow Kim and his crew and build a new North Korea if all of these options are taken in different doses except becoming nuclear, of course, then it's only a matter of time before. the regime collapses after all nothing lasts forever even the supreme leader knows that
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