An escapee from North Korea has provided insight into a deeply disturbing part of Kim Jong Un's twisted psyche.
Hee Yeon Lim, 26, is the daughter of a former high-ranking member of the Hermit Kingdom's military. She fled the country's capital city of Pyongang to South Korea with her family after her father's death in 2015.
Speaking to the Daily Mirror, the defector described "terrible things" she saw under the oppressive regime of this depraved dictator.
The New York Post has further details:
She said officials came to her school to pick out teen schoolgirls to work at the chubby dictator’s homes.
The escapee said they would only choose the prettiest girls, who were taught to feed him caviar and massage him.
If they refused, they would “disappear,” she said.
That's not even close to the most horrendous thing Hee Yeon witnessed during her time in the Hermit Kingdom.
It actually gets worse:
...she described one occasion when she was forced to watch as a group of 11 musicians accused of making a pornographic video were slaughtered.
She said the hooded and gagged victims were brought out and tied to the end of anti-aircraft guns in front of some 10,000 spectators.
The escapee then recalled how the guns were fired one by one, saying: “The musicians just disappeared each time the guns were fired into them.
“Their bodies were blown to bits, totally destroyed, blood and bits flying everywhere.”
Earlier this week, President Trump addressed the United Nations General Assembly. The 41-minute-speech was filled with what some are calling "Trumpian" rhetoric, including promises to defend America's interests above all else.
Two sentences in particular, in which Trump blatantly taunted Kim Jong Un, caught the attention of news outlets everywhere.
"The United States has great strength and patience, but if it is forced to defend itself or its allies, we will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea," President Trump stated. "Rocket Man is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime."
"The United States is ready, willing, and able. But hopefully, this will not be necessary."
Given that a nuclear assault on North Korea would result in vast death and destruction—and possibly, a third world war—that last sentence is something everyone can get behind.