North Korean tyrant Kim Jong Un has as been a source of most general scrutiny.
Lately, he’s been in a news since of his regime’s flourishing chief weapons capabilities and a box of American tyro Otto Warmbier, who died only days after he was expelled from a DPRK prison.
Information about life inside “Hermit Kingdom” is rather scarce, as are sum about a daily slight of a country’s contentious “Supreme Leader.”
However, some information has slipped through.
In 2016, North Korea scored a 28.6 on a Global Hunger Index, definition that a conditions in a nation is in “serious” difficulty — an “extremely alarming” food conditions would be denoted by a measure of over 50. The World Food Programme has reported that 70% of a country’s 25.1 million race is “food insecure” and ongoing gauntness is endemic.
One thing is transparent to see: Kim Jong Un’s life of private islands, alien liquor, and resources is worlds detached from a lives of a people he rules.