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‘Expect no change’ under new North Korean leader

By Alex Jones 

North Korea’s powerful National Defence Commission has warned the international community not to “expect any change” from their new leader, Kim Jong-Un.

The National Defence Commission’s statement was read on state TV and quashed international hope that North Korea would enter the international community.

New leader but no change... Kim Jong-un

The statement launched a scathing attack on their South Korean neighbours, especially president Lee Myung-bak.

“We declare solemnly and confidently that foolish politicians around the world including the puppet forces in South Korea, that they should not expect any changes from us” said the statement.

The statement heavily criticised Lee Myung-bak’s refusal to let ordinary South Koreans mourn the death of Kim Jong-il.

The National Defence Commission, which is believed to be the highest ruling body in North Korea, said they would achieve “final victory” over their Southern neighbours as  “millions of our soldiers and people, who united firmly round great leader comrade Kim Jong-un to transform sorrow into courage and tears into strength” said the statement.

The statement continued to say: “The sea of bloody tears from our military and people will follow the puppet regime until the end. The tears will turn into a sea of revengeful fire that burns everything.”

Despite this tirade against the outside world, hope persists in the wider world as this is just the beginning of Kim Jong-un’s reign and improvements will be made in the international community.

North Korea is an incredibly poor country that is on the brink of famine.

It is hoped that through disaster, North Korea will accept international help and move away from the international wilderness.

This is of course is just hope. Kim Jung-un has not revealed his own personal hand yet. Only time will tell if North Korea is a ticking time bomb of disaster.

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