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Kim Jong-un promoted younger sister to a senior post of the State north-Korean. Little is known about Kim Yo-jong, the mastermind behind the image of North Korea.

Kim Jong-un promoted younger sister to the politburo, the most important organ of decision making in the Workers ' Party of Korea. The young Kim Yo-jong, it was learned this weekend, it will replace the aunt in this high position of machine, north korea and strengthen the hegemony of the family Kim in North Korea.

But who is Kim Yo-jong? The benjamin of the dynasty, Kim has been reinforced by the international press as the brain behind the public image, carefully constructed by Kim Jong-un. Although we do not know for sure the age of the Yo-jong, is estimated to have close to 30 years and that is four years newer than the north Korean leader. It was rare to appear in public until 2010, the year of turning point: came at a conference of the Workers ' Party and was a regular presence in the entourage of the father, then leader Kim Jong-il. At the funeral of his father in 2011, was one of the figures featured.

Had to wait until 2014 for that the press really had to get noticed in it. Accompanied his brother during the elections for the people's assembly the supreme and came to be indicated as the real responsible for all the affairs of the State when Kim Jong-un had a health problem in October of that year. Since then, and benefiting largely from the rise of the brother to power, it has been on official visits to agricultural fields, and other public events.

The promotion made available to the public this Sunday, illustrates the total confidence that Kim Jong-un has for the younger sister, and cements its position as the second most powerful woman in North Korea: soon after the wife of the leader, Ri Sol-ju. Kim Yo-jong was appointed vice-president of the propaganda department of the party of the family at the end of 2014 and used this position to create a phenomenon of the cult of the personality of the brother, representing it as a benevolent man, a leader in accessible, modeled on a large scale by the memory of his grandfather, the founder of North Korea, Kim Il-sung.

She is not Kim Jong-un â€" is referred to as the head the thinking behind the visits of the brother to theme parks, schools and the homes of the population; as well as the moderation of the atypical friendship with the former NBA star Dennis Rodman.

A life of secrets and privileges

As with all the other members of the regime, it is almost impossible to obtain information likely about the life of Kim Yo-jong. Most of the testimonies state that has completed the primary school in Bern, Switzerland, in the late ' 90s â€" such as the brother â€" and that he continued his studies until entering on the course of Science Computed at the prestigious University, Kim Il-sung, in Pyongyang. The website North Korea Leadership Watch reports that the brothers lived in a private residence, surrounded by bodyguards, and that the father tried to assuage his isolation to send the musicians the north koreans to Switzerland to make the company.

Nothing is known about the life of Yo-jong since he finished the course until 2007, when he began to play a role almost non-existent in the party of the family. All indications are that he married in 2015 with Choe Song, the son of the vice-president of the Workers ' Party, and had a son in may of this year. Also this weekend, Choe Song was promoted to the military commission of the party.

Despite being a name unknown to Europe, Kim Yo-jong has not escaped the radar of the secret service the north american, in January to put him in a list of people to take into account in terms of “serious violation of human rights”.

Kim Yo-jong and Kim Jong-un are sons of the same mother and the same father: something rare in the family Kim. This promotion is relevant mainly because, as I've made a point of demonstrating, the family ties are not very important to the north Korean leader force. In 2013, he ordered the execution of his uncle, Jang Song-Thaek, and remain suspicious of their involvement in the murder in a half-brother, Kim-Jong nam.

Assassinate the half-brother of Kim Jong-un

The indonesian and the vietnamese who are being accused of murdering the half-brother of Kim Jong-un returned to the scene of the crime for a reenactment. The two women are at the risk of the death penalty.

The two women accused of murdering the half-brother of Kim Jong-un returned this Tuesday to the scene of the crime, the airport of Kuala Lumpur, in Malaysia. Indonesia Siti Aisyah and the vietnamese Doan Thi Houng are to be tried, alleged to have poisoned Kim Jong-nam with the toxic agent VX.

The airport of the capital of malaysia was filled with journalists and curious while the two women participated in a reenactment of the day of the crime. The suspect used bullet proof vests and were always surrounded by dozens of guards. At any given time, some witnesses claim to have seen Aisyah and Houng in wheelchairs. In addition to the accused, the defense attorneys and the judge responsible for the case were present.

The two women were in the space where, by all indications, Kim Jong-nam was dead, and is also passed through the medical centre where the north Korean regime still asked for help.

Suspicions continue to declare themselves innocent and the claim that they were led to believe that all this was the start of a television program. North Korea has already denied any involvement in the case, which took place the 13 of February, but four men â€" believed to be north koreans who came out from Malaysia on the day of the murder â€" were also accused in the development of the process.

The indonesian and the vietnamese who are being accused of murdering the half-brother of Kim Jong-un returned to the scene of the crime for a reenactment. The two women are at the risk of the death penalty.

The two women accused of murdering the half-brother of Kim Jong-un returned this Tuesday to the scene of the crime, the airport of Kuala Lumpur, in Malaysia. Indonesia Siti Aisyah and the vietnamese Doan Thi Houng are to be tried, alleged to have poisoned Kim Jong-nam with the toxic agent VX.

The airport of the capital of malaysia was filled with journalists and curious while the two women participated in the reenactment of the day of the crime. The suspect used bullet proof vests and were always surrounded by dozen of guards. At any given time, some witnesses claim to have seen Aisyah and Houng in wheelchairs. In addition to the accused, the defense attorneys and the judge responsible for the case were present.

The two women were in the space where, by all indications, Kim Jong-nam was dead, and is also passed through the medical centre where the north Korean regime still asked for help.

Suspicions continue to declare themselves innocent and the claim that they were led to believe that all this was the start of the television program. North Korea has already denied any involvement in the case, which took place the 13 of February, but four men â€" believed to be north koreans who came out from Malaysia on the day of the murder â€" were also accused in the development of the process.

Kim Jong-nam was half-brother of north Korean leader Kim Jong-un, and was in exile in Macao. All the evidence suggests that, had strong business linkages with China.

By Kim Jong-un is 1 year older than you if you have the same age?

We are used to counting our age from the day we were born. But on the Korean peninsula, since ancient times, there is a tradition of different calculation.

Unlike the West, in Korean culture the age of the people is not calculated from the day of birth, but since the beginning of the lunar year. In this way, it takes into account the time that the baby spent in the womb of the mother.

For example, if you were born in 1983 (one of the alleged year of the birth of Kim Jong-un), would be 34 years, while the north Korean leader already has his 35th year.

In addition, a boy Korean-born, for example, on the 29th day of the twelfth month of the lunar calendar, is already two years old when, after some days, begins the Korean New Year.

That is why, in the nursery and in schools Korean, asks parents to specify which system they followed to calculate the age of your children: the Korean, or factual.

In addition to the Korean peninsula, and other asian countries used to calculate the age of people according to the lunar calendar, for example, in Japan, in Vietnam and in Mongolia. However, in these cultures, this system is limited to the spiritual realm, that is, to the rituals of divination and religious.

Kim Jong-Un: crazy or survivor?
Donald Trump said at the opening of the UN General Assembly that the only possible solution should be to "totally destroy" if North Korea does not stop its nuclear program. Was it a bluff or is it really a threat that can be brought to its ultimate consequences? Does the US government really believe that threats will cause Kim Jong-Un to give up its nuclear project?

Although there is a great disproportionality of military power between North Korea and its potential enemies (USA, England and France), the media shapes it as a major threat to the North Americans capable of turning the world into a "sea of fire".

Thus, everything Trump says will appear as a defensive maneuver, even when it appears in fairly aggressive tones. Every successful launch of a missile or nuclear test ad and every new Jong-un statement increases speculation of an impending war and possible nuclear holocaust.

The newspapers have been careful to divulge details of North Korea's warlike capacity, but would not it be the case to ask: What do Koreans want?

Does Jong-Un have a political council or decide alone? Are they unaware that the war against the US would certainly mean the destruction of their own country? Or are suicides who understand the risk of destruction of their own nation?

Can it be said that Iran or North Korea are more likely to use nuclear weapons than other states? Is it possible to construct a convincing argument to explain why Iran and North Korea are "rational" in terms of pursuing their national interests in economic and political matters, but are "irrational" when it comes to the use of nuclear weapons?

I think the most appropriate way to answer these questions is to reconstitute, historically, the way in which North Korea has dealt with the nuclear issue since the early 1980s, when a reactor was first announced.

According to the former South Korean minister, in April 1992, when North Korea faced serious economic and social problems, the government clearly expressed a desire to establish diplomatic relations with the United States and South Korea, which refused , because they simply hoped the country would disintegrate.

In 2002, rumors began to circulate that North Korea was seeking uranium enrichment and plutonium reprocessing technology in defiance of what was agreed with the US in 1994. The suspicion increased after North Korean diplomats said they did not own weapons, but have the right to own them.

In 2003, North Korea began to take steps to expel the inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency and withdrew from the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, claiming a breach of contract by the US, for having committed to deliver reactors of clean water in exchange for not developing its own nuclear power plants. In early 2004, an unofficial US delegation inspected North Korea's plutonium production facilities and found there was no evidence that they could have a nuclear weapon.

While North Korea has conducted countless missile tests, the question of whether it really dominates the entire technological process of nuclear weapons (from material production to the missile launch system) remains unanswered and thus all its leaders politicians have dealt with the issue ambiguously, especially after 2006. Is it ambiguous to issue ambiguous messages about what is called deterrence and what was common practice during the Cold War?

Since the Gulf War in 1990, when the United States has demonstrated its unquestionable military superiority, its political leadership cultivates the belief that when they attack and / or threaten to attack an enemy, all other states, fearing to be the next target, would submit at the will of the Americans ('bandwagoning').

Referring to Libya's decision to abandon its weapons of mass destruction programs and admit international inspections in 2004, then-Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld noted that "these developments (the Afghanistan and Iraq wars) demonstrate that what we have done is strategically sound and morally correct. "

The Kim family saw "these new things" and interpreted them quite differently. Precisely because it did not have nuclear weapons, Iraq and Afghanistan were crushed by US military action. Already Muammar Gaddafi, who in 2003 agreed to discontinue his nuclear weapons development program in exchange for generous economic benefits promised by the West, ended up lynched in a public square.

We may even disagree with the way in which Jong-Un has dealt with the issue of nuclear weapons , but it does not seem to be anything irrational about this international context of military intervention. Thus, the more likely it is that the more it is threatened, the more North Korea will continue to perfect its warlike capacity coupled with ambiguous rhetoric.

I think they are far from crazy, but they seem to be more real political survivors. The regime survived a terrible famine that hit the country, the end of the cold war, the loss of almost all international allies and is constantly under the watch of the world superpower.

So if Trump truly wants the "denuclearization" of North Korea, he seems not to have chosen the best route.

But is that really your intention?

Ten North Korean absurd facts of Kim Jong-un
* After the end of World War II, the grandfather of the current dictator Kim Jong-un skillfully took advantage of the appearance of the Iron Curtain to found the DPRK

The most closed country in the world, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) - the official name of North Korea - is prodigal in inventing lies that serve no purpose other than exposing the nation itself to ridicule. Too bad that many of his lies that saw jokes in the West have not the least grace for the North Korean people, hungry and oppressed by a warlike and authoritarian dictatorship.
After the end of World War II, Kim Il-sung (the grandfather of the current dictator Kim Jong-un) skillfully took advantage of the Iron Curtain's emergence to found the DPRK with the Soviet Union's support. Shortly after, he ordered the invasion of South Korea , which gave rise to the Korean War (1950 -1953), a conflict that confirmed the division of the Korean people. Following the signing of a truce that ended the fighting, countries live in peace, but are still officially at war, and provocations from North to South are frequent.
1. Comedy movie
With no sense of humor, the communist regime claimed and classified a Hollywood comedy as a "terrorist act." The film 'The Interview' features James Franco in the role of talk show host and Seth Rogen in the producer. Upon learning that Kim Jong-un is a fan of the show, they decide to travel to Pyongyang to interview him. The CIA learns of the plans and decides to recruit the two to kill the dictator. If the complaints and the ridiculous threats were not enough, North Korea was foolish enough to express its outrage at the UN . The premiere of the film in the US was suspended after a cyberattack against the studio responsible for production. Pyongyang denied involvement, but welcomed the work of hackers. In the end, production hit theaters and proved to be as laughable as North Korea's ruthless regime - in a bad way.
2. The day it is forbidden to laugh
On July 8, it is forbidden to smile in North Korea . That's right, as surreal as it may sound, laughter is vetoed on this day. The reason is that this day marks the death of Kim Il-sung, the founder of the country, grandfather of the current dictator Kim Jong-un. The decree has existed since 1994 and prohibits smiling, raising a voice in the street, drinking alcohol and dancing because the whole country is in mourning. On this day, the North Korean state television network spends the day broadcasting the solemn - and boring - official ceremony in honor of the eternal president.
3. Perfect election
The dictator Kim Jong-un has transformed the impossible dream of many politicians into reality. In the last elections in the country, in March, he obtained all valid votes. That's right, he had 100% of the votes and without abstention. The trick that guarantees him perfect election is simple: in each of the country's almost 700 constituencies there was only one candidate, himself. Voters can only choose between yes and no, with the exception that choosing not to give up or voting can be considered a dangerous act of betrayal - obviously, voting booths are not private. In practice, the lawsuit is for the authorities to detect desertions abroad, as the regime uses voters' data - all persons over the age of 17 - to update the census, and officials responsible for organizing the election process visit all residencies to confirm the presence or absence of registered voters.
4. Toy Drone
While North Koreans are struggling in their frequent missile tests, in the area of â€&lsqauo;â€&lsqauo;unmanned aircraft they do not have much to celebrate. South Korea reported that it had found a "retro style drone" coming from the North. Closer to remote control planes than the current drones, the North Korean secret weapon was harmless: it only took pictures, but it was not able to make recordings or transmit the images, much less to carry some explosive device. The photos, however, stayed with the southern neighbors after the fall for unknown reason. Finished the stack?
5. of Discord
"Bad hairstyle?" Asks a poster with the image of dictator Kim Jong-un in a London salon. The harmless joke was to offer a 15% discount on men's haircuts, the owner said. He just did not expect the billboard to be grounds for a diplomatic incident . "We hung the poster, but we did not realize that the North Korean embassy is ten minutes walk from the hall. The next day North Korean officials passed by and asked to speak to the manager, "said hairdresser Karim Nabbach. The hairdresser replied: "This country is not North Korea, it's England, we live in democracy. Shortly thereafter, the owner reported the case to the police, but did not have any major developments. The barbershop gained fame with reports and the movement increased. However, no one asks to do a Kim Jong-un haircut.
6. Fake Mickey
Little is known about the dictator Kim Jong-un (not even his age), but it is certain that he studied in Europe and developed a taste for western sports, such as basketball, and other more prosaic things: Mickey. In July 2012, Disney characters, including Mickey Mouse, Minnie and Pooh Bear , performed for the North Korean dictator in Pyongyang. Kim Jong-um must have loved it, but Disney disapproved of the pirate presentation and unauthorized use in North Korea.
7. Worth a thousand words
In attempting to intimidate foreign enemies and demonstrate power for the domestic public, North Korea appears to have been inspired by the socialist realism of the 1930s - the "state art" imposed by the Soviet regime, which invariably showed workers and soldiers building together the society of the future. North Korean warmongering rhetoric was strengthened by the spread of several of these "realistic" images .
8. In North Korea, unicorns exist!
One of the highest points of North Korean creativity in creating lies is so fanciful that it borders on delirium. In 2012, in an attempt to mythologize a pretended superiority of the North Korean people, the state agency KCNA announced the proof of the existence of magic horses with horns in the forehead . That's right, unicorns! The news was proven by the Institute of History of the Academy of Social Sciences of North Korea. The "proof" of the existence of these mythical animals would be King Tongmyong's Unicorn Burrow, founder of the Koryo Kingdom (918-1392), which would have been found by North Korean archaeologists.
9. The Capitol Explosion
The White House under missile target. The Capitol Dome - seat of the US Congress - destroyed by a big blast. Scenes like these, worthy of the Hollywood disaster films, illustrate a propaganda video released by an official North Korean channel. With editing and rough effects, the clip also features footage of North Korean Army troops, military parades and artillery shots.
10. Satellite gives chabu
Less than a week after North Korea launched, with many pomps, its first satellite, it gave chabu and was inactive . "It's spinning or falling, and we do not get any transmission," said Jonathan Mcdowell, an astronomer at Harvard University who specializes in rocket launch monitoring and space activity. According to Mcdowell, everything indicates that the satellite, although in orbit, is already "dead".

Secret service: Kim Jong-un is obese and sick

Drink, and eat compulsively, suffer from sleeplessness and weighs 130 pounds

Services information of South Korea (NIS) reported today the parliament in Seoul that the north Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, is suffering from insomnia and other health problems by being obese.

According to a report transmitted to the parliamentarians from south korea, the young leader of north korea, will weigh 130 pounds, 40 more than when he took office in 2012, has reportedly drink, and eat compulsively due to concern about their safety.

The secret service in the south Korean presented this report during a meeting of the information commission of the National Assembly of Seoul and one of the members present and published the document in a parliamentary session, a usual procedure in the parliament south Korean.

The secrecy end of the north Korean regime, particularly in relation to the family Kim and to the closest circles of power, makes it impossible to confirm or compare the information obtained by the secret service in the south Korean or other sources.

Information services south koreans have ensured that you can also have new data about Kim Kyong-hui, aunt of the supreme leader that a few years ago disappeared from public life.

That was one of the influential figures of the scheme will be live on the outskirts of Pyongyang, due to the problems of alcoholism, in the wake of the execution of her husband Jang Song-thaek, at the end of 2013.

The two Koreas remain technically at war, since the conflict of 1950-53 ended with the signing of an armistice and not a peace treaty.