North Korea’s leader will not last long, says Kim Jong-un’s brother

The Guardian.co.uk reports: “The eldest son of North Korea’s late leader Kim Jong-il has predicted the regime would soon fail, with or without reforms, according to a new book that the author says is based on emails and interviews with Kim Jong-nam.

The book says that Kim Jong-nam ‘who has never met the new leader, his half-brother Kim Jong-un’ described the dynastic succession as ‘a joke to the outside world’, and said even his father had originally opposed the hereditary transfer of power.

‘The Kim Jong-un regime will not last long,’Kim Jong-nam is said to have written, forecasting a power struggle. ‘Without reforms, North Korea will collapse, and when such changes take place, the regime will collapse.’

He added: ‘I think we will see valuable time lost as the regime sits idle fretting over whether it should pursue reforms or stick to the present political structure.’…” (Proverbs 27:1; James 4:13 – 14; Hebrews 9:27.)

Report: North Korea developing unmanned attack aircraft

SpaceDaily.com reports: “North Korea is developing unmanned attack aircraft using US target drones imported from the Middle East, a report said…

They are based on MQM-107D Streaker target drones, which are used by the US army, and imported from a Middle East nation believed to be Syria, Yonhap news agency reported.

It cited an anonymous Seoul military official, adding the communist state would likely deploy them, once completed, near the tense maritime border with the South on the Yellow Sea…

The North has conducted several tests by mounting high explosives on the imported drones but has not been able to produce a new weapon yet, said the source quoted by Yonhap…” (This headline tells us that Christ’s return is imminent because of wars and terrorism – Luke 21:9, 27, 28, 31, and 32.)