Despite fawning in the liberal media over North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un’s sister at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics, the hero defector featured during President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address offered some sobering perspective.
Ji Seong-ho, the inspirational North Korean defector who fled the brutal regime on crutches, spoke with The Daily Caller about Jong Un’s sibling.
“South Korean people hate Kim Yo Jong and her visit,” Seong-ho said.
He went on to remind the world, including the liberal media, of exactly who we are dealing with.
“Yo Jong’s grandfather, Kim Il Sung, is a war criminal, and her father, Kim Jong Il, killed three million people by starvation,” Seong-ho proclaimed. “Kim Jong Un is responsible for human rights violations and assassination of his own half-brother.”
If anyone is qualified to speak of such violations, it would be Seong-ho, who sat in the gallery with the first lady Melania Trump during last month’s State of the Union address.
“The Kim family is taking hostage of the North Korean people and threatening the world with its nuclear weapons,” he said, adding that South Koreans hate Yo Jong and her visit.
Seong-ho, who now lives in South Korea, had a suggestion for the brutal dictator’s sister.
“I personally think she should be mindful of her place, stop looking down on other people arrogantly and feel guilty,” he said.
Fat chance, given the actions of her brother.
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