North Korea

KIM’S CREEPY ARMY: North Korea's 'COMMUNIST CHEERLEADERS’ Shock Olympic Games

posted by Hannity Staff - 2.12.18

North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un’s “cheerleader army” stole the show at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games this week; surprising international guests and raising eyebrows with their “creepy” chants and maneuvers.

The communist cheerleaders -which outnumber North Korean athletes by ten to one- were the highlight of the women’s hockey competition during the international games; screaming and clapping in unison as spectators watched the eerie display.

“More than 200 of them sang and smiled all night long, carrying the show long after the game was decided. Then, for good measure, they kept on going for 15 minutes after it was over before finally marching off in two perfectly formed long lines,” reports Yahoo News.

Despite the fun and games, Kim’s cheerleader army -clad in red- represent a brutal communist Kingdom known for barbaric torture techniques and horrendous human rights violations.

Watch Kim’s creepy army above.

DOOMSDAY DELAY: North and South Korea UNITE for 2018 Olympics

posted by Hannity Staff - 1.17.18

Kim Jong Un’s brutal North Korean regime will march alongside their southern neighbors during the opening ceremonies of the upcoming 2018 Winter Olympic Games; officially entering the competition under a “unified Korean” flag.

Both North and South Korean officials announced the decision Wednesday, signaling a further flaw in the ice-cold relations between the two countries that have technically been in a state of war since 1950.

The flag –a blue silhouette of the Korean peninsula against a white background- will officially replace the South Korean flag during the ceremonies; the first time a host nation will not open the competition under their own flag.

The two nations also confirmed their intention to unite their female hockey teams into a single roster.

Following weeks of negotiations, North Korea is prepared to send its delegation of over 200 athletes, reporters, and supporters into South Korea. The “easing of tensions” began earlier this year when dictator Kim Jong Un wished the staunch American ally a “successful” Olympic Games.

The two nations will unite under a unified flag when the games began February 9th.

FACE TO FACE: Otto Warmbier’s Father to STARE DOWN North Korea at Olympic Ceremony

posted by Hannity Staff - 2.05.18

The father of an American student who died after being severely tortured by the North Korean government will attend the upcoming Winter Olympics’ opening ceremonies in South Korea, staring down Kim’s brutal regime as a personal guest of Vice President Mike Pence.

Fred Warmbier confirmed this week he will be traveling to South Korea alongside the Vice President and other US officials ahead of the international competition; placing the grieving father on Kim’s doorstep as a 250-person North Korean delegation competes on the global stage.

Fred’s 22-year old son Otto was arrested by North Korean police for allegedly stealing a propaganda poster from his hotel’s hallway, eventually being sentenced to 15 years of forced labor for committing “crimes against the state.”

He was transported back to the United States after falling into a coma, and eventually died from “severe beatings.”

The Warmbiers attended President Trump’s State of the Union address less than one week ago, where the Commander-in-Chief called them “powerful witnesses” to the “menace” posed by North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.

“You are powerful witnesses to a menace that threatens our world, and your strength inspires truly us all,” Trump told the grieving family. “Tonight, we pledge to honor Otto’s memory with total American resolve.”

h/t NY Post

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