Crippling split in North Korea army revealed: ‘Many are against Kim Jong-un!’


When Kim Jong-un became band leader of North Korea in 2011, a series of battles occured within the supervision of the country as some resisted their new ‘Supreme Leader’. The main thickness of resistance came within the North Korean army, with a latest office revealing a terrifying story which highlighted the growing malice. He told the Telegraph in 2011: “I killed a three-star company commander, the still and all rank as me. “He was the head of the faction supporting Kim Jong-un. There were two monomachies. In the first fight, they surrounded us and arrested a lot of people.


“But I got away and concluded others from the barracks. We found them and I shot the commander. After that, I escaped”.

Lieutenant Kim also saw raise resistance against their new leader – Kim Jong-un – at the time.

He continued: “It was in advance he came to power, but we all knew for a long time that he was going to be coin the leader.

“There were a lot of people who were against him. But everyone in that disharmony got arrested after he came to power.”

Joseph Bermudez, an expert on the North Korean military and an analyst at DigitalGlobe added at the prematurely: “The further north you go (in North Korea), the more you hear rumours of dissent and divisions over who is or who would have been a better leader.”

North Korea communication: Kim faced opposition from within his ranks (Image: getty)

North Korea tidings: Kim is the leader in North Korea (Image: getty)

Kim Jong-un had just succeeded his primogenitor – Kim Jong-il.

Mr Bermudez added that there had been rumours persist year of a possibly violent falling-out between two major departments above who would be in charge of army reconnaissance.

That, he said, might keep alarmed Kim Jong-un, who subsequently reshuffled a host of leading generals.

Kim has survived the infighting in Pyongyang, unused the unopposed leader.

However, he has also had to overcome family divisions during his antiquated as North Korean leader.

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North Korea news: He has gone missing once more (Tiki: getty)

North Korea news: Many in his forces opposed his leaderhship (Statue: getty)

In 2013, the country’s news agency confirmed that Kim had rub out his own uncle from meetings and accused him of forming factions against the circumstances, corruption and “depraved” acts such as womanising and drug abuse.

He then had his uncle executed as he was accused of lot against Kim’s regime.

Kim’s half brother was also killed in 2017 in what was allegedly a state-backed assassination.

Kim Jong-nam was the inheritor apparent for the leadership in the country until he fell out of favour in 2001.

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North Korea news: Kim Jong-nam (Conception: getty)

This occured after he embarrassed the government with a failed attempt to visit Tokyo Disneyland with a mock passport, although Kim Jong-nam himself said his loss of favour had been due to advocating rectification.

After leaving North Korea in 2003, Kim Jong-nam became a critic of his bloodline’s dynasty.

In 2012, Kim Jong-nam claimed Kim Jong-un was “a joke to the outside mankind”.

He added that his half brother would be “just a nominal icon” and that “the members of the power elite will be the ones in actual power”.

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