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1) Know more people in the country than anyone else 2) Travel constantly for that purpose 3) Give up the right to express any personal political opinions whatsoever 4) Oversee the orderly handover of power from one elected leader to the next. 5) Only marry any (future) woman that all Koreans can approve
I have no idea why you think any of these five things are necessary.
I don't think KJU likes the idea that his people need to be saved by anyone - especially not from him.
The more they are kept in the dark and under a jackboot, the more power he has.
He will not give that up easily.
The alternative, as must be obvious, is massive bloodshed.
Actually that depends. What if you just took out KJU?
The truly brainwashed would want vengeance, obviously, but he is overweight and could simply die of a heart attack...
His children are too young to take over, so that would depend on the generals. Would they keep their power, or do what is best for their people?
It would all depend on the character of the man left in charge.
You are looking and reading at the ramblings of an idiot - he wants KJU proclaimed Emperor
I have no glass ball on the future of NK but the spread of technology creeps into even the most restrictive societies and with it comes the smell of freedom .
If the North does not make a deal of any kind then it will simply inevitably further deteriorate and with every step back wards the peoples ire raises ,KJU knows he has to do something he is not deaf to the whispering of his people so a balance has to be found
A huge work force the last cheap place on earth has incredible potential
Jenifer (Zarknorph) said: I have no idea why you think any of these five things are necessary.
Hush - if I was a well brought up person I'd not try to share with you how things work in civilised societies.