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Reports out of North Korea suggest that dictator Kim Jung-un is absolutely terrified of being assassinated by western ‘decapitation’ teams or other outside attackers, that it dominates and alters his movements and lifestyle. There is sufficient evidence to indicate that some assassination squads have or are planning ways to eliminate the North Korean leader and the reports have Kim living in fear, hiding his movements and not going out in public nearly as often as he used to.

North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is reportedly so terrified of being targeted for assassination that he travels incognito inside the Hermit Kingdom, and there’s growing evidence his paranoia may be well-founded.

The 33-year-old, third-generation ruler is “extremely nervous” about a clandestine plot to take him out, according to a key South Korean lawmaker who spoke to The Korea Herald. Rep. Lee Cheol-woo, chairman of the South Korean parliament’s intelligence committee, made the claim based on reports from South Korea’s intelligence agency.

“Kim is engrossed with collecting information about the ‘decapitation operation’ through his intelligence agencies,” Lee said following a briefing last week…

It’s Kim’s own fault that he now lives in fear of being killed. If he wasn’t such a power-hungry, overbearing, immature leader who has no compassion of love for his own people, then he wouldn’t have to disguise himself when he moves in public and he wouldn’t have to be constantly looking over his shoulder or under his bed. One just has to wonder who would take over leading the country if Kim is assassinated.

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