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If this is true, there's a Town in North Korea that probobly doesn't exist anymore. Neither the inhabitants.....
Originally posted by xXxinfidelxXx
reply to post by Chadwickus
Like what? Starving their people while those cretins grow fatter by the day? They deserve the hell that is most likely coming their way if there is a popular rebellion in NK. If only the Americans would follow suit.
I had a very clear and bizarre dream two nights ago, wherein I witnessed Kim Jong Un being carried out of the blast zone of a tactical strike on the area he was known to be in. Everyone was talking in Korean, which I couldn't understand- but here's the weird part - in the dream I was able to read English language subtitles hovering in front of me, in the foreground of my field of view.
Kim had thus been deposed by an an agreement between dissidents and the USA, the whole thing sanctioned by the Elite.
There was some specific symbolism concerning his injuries, suggesting that half of those who outwardly supported him had a hand in delivering him up for the 'surgical strike'. After he was deposed the perpetrators of the coup were enabled to initiate regime change, towards a form of socialist democracy.
The newly established government allowed key supporters of Jong-Un to stay connected to the government, albeit with less authority, in order to retain a cohesion of image before the populace and the world
Whether this has happened yet, who knows - but when my dreams are this clear and yet surreal in presentation, particularly concerning international affairs, I have learned to pay attention - several times in the past few years, the events portrayed have been borne out in reality shortly thereafter. .
I was already planning to detail this in its own thread, as it wasn't the only hyper-real dream I had that night, and is connected to other events that are relevant and connected to the Korea situation.