Psychotic Kim Jong Un Offers Russia 100,000 “Volunteers” for War on Ukraine

Psychotic North Korean leader Kim Jong Un offers Russia 100,000 ‘Volunteers’ for war in Ukraine

Russian State TV Says Kim Jong Un is “reliable”

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un
Left: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un guides the 3rd Meeting of Activists in an undated photo. Right: Russian President Vladimir Putin chairs a meeting with members of the Security Council via video link at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, July 28, 2022.

North Korea has offered Russia 100,000 “volunteers” to aid in the war against Ukraine, according to Russian state TV.

“There are reports that 100,000 North Korean volunteers are prepared to come and take part in the conflict,” talk show host Igor Korotchenko said on Russian Channel One, the New York Post reported.

The reports come as Russia’s military force is depleted after its unsuccessful attempt to take key parts of Ukraine, including the capital of Kyiv.

Some estimates put the number of Russian soldiers killed as high as 15,000 to 25,000. Accounting for over five months of the war, that puts Russia’s casualty count to about 100 soldiers a day.

Korotchenko also alluded to reports indicating Russia has invited North Korean “builders” to repair Russian-occupied Donbas.

Alexander Matsegora, the Russian ambassador to North Korea, said in an interview in July, “Korean builders who are highly qualified, hardworking and ready to work in the most difficult conditions, will be a very serious” part in building the destroyed infrastructure in Donbas.

Korotchenko called North Korean builders “resident and undemanding” and said that most importantly, they are “motivated.”

North Korea and Russia have experienced a closer partnership after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, with North Korea being one of the only counties in the world to recognize Donetsk People’s Republic (DNR) and the Luhansk People’s Republic (LNR) as independent.

Matsegora claimed in the interview that North Korea receives nothing for cooperating with Russia, and said it just acted according to its “conscience.”

“North Korea is one of the very few countries that can afford to pursue a completely independent foreign policy. No one – neither Russia with China, let alone the United States – can force North Koreans to do something or not to do something,” the ambassador added, promising to aid North Korea fight its sanctions on the global stage.

“In the new reality in which we exist, in which the DPRK exists, in which the republics of Donbass will exist, we need to get used to living in conditions of all kinds of restrictions,” Matsegora concluded.

Kim Jong-un’s plan for North Korean missiles exposed: ‘Kicking off in a big way’

KIM JONG-UN’s plan to develop North Korea’s missiles could see a new arms race “kick off in a big way”, an expert warned.

North Korea could be about to antagonise the West yet again after a figure in Moscow claimed the country could help Russia with its invasion of Ukraine. Colonel Igor Korotchenko suggested Russia could see its forces bolstered by up to 100,000 North Korean soldiers. He told Russian state TV: “We shouldn’t be shy in accepting the hand extended to us by Kim Jong-un.”

This claim comes as North Korea’s own aggression has caused concern in recent weeks.

The country has tested missiles on 15 separate days in 2022, and one expert believes this has signalled an acceleration of the arms race between North Korea and the West.

Ankit Panda, a nuclear weapons expert at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace., spoke to the Financial Times in February.

On Pyongyang’s regular missile testing, he said: “Kim Jong-un doesn’t just want more missiles, he wants better missiles.

“The qualitative arms race has kicked off in a very big way.”

Mr Panda’s comments came in response to reports in February that claimed North Korea was designing new weapons designed to evade missile defence systems.

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These missiles’ paths can be changed mid-flight, and North Korean state media boasted at the time that they could achieve a“120km lateral movement in the flight path”.

Steven Dunham, a launch systems analyst at The Aerospace Corporation, a US research and development centre, explained why these weapons would be effective.

He said: “There are really three motivations for developing manoeuvrable missiles.

“First, you’ve got to hit the target you want to destroy with the accuracy that’s required.

“Second, in order to do that, you need to be able to evade or avoid the missile defences that surround the target. And third, you need to have the range in order to be able to reach that target.”

Elon Musk could kick the “shit” out of Putin AND Kim Jong Un

Elon must wouldn’t back down

Elon Musk said on a Thursday podcast that he’d be willing to fight North Korean leader Kim Jong Un after having already posed a challenge to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

During an appearance on the Nelk Boys’ Full Send podcast, the Tesla and SpaceX CEO acknowledged he would accept a challenge from Kim. The hypothetical scenario was posed to him while Musk was talking about some of the more controversial messages he’s posted on Twitter in the past.

One such message Musk mentioned was when he jokingly tweeted that he’d buy Coca-Cola if the company put cocaine back in its soft drinks. He then talked about how he once posed a fight to Putin in a tweet weeks after the Russian leader invaded Ukraine.

“I hereby challenge Vladimir Putin to single combat,” Musk wrote on March 14. “Stakes are Ukraine.”

On Thursday’s podcast, Musk said, “It was pretty insane for me to challenge Putin to one-on-one combat.”

“Would you ever take on Kim Jong Un?” Full Send co-host Kyle Forgeard asked.

“If he wants,” Musk answered. “I wouldn’t say no.”