Kim Jong Un’s daughter on display at lavish event. Here’s what it could mean

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's 9-year-old daughter made headlines for her appearance at an event celebrating the North Korean military. CNN's Will Ripley reports. #CNN #News


    1. @Monica Renée I feel like people that use it in this manner are doubling down on their opinion, refusing to accept anything other than what they believe, which if you REALLY think about it, it seems extremely ironic as it would seem they’re the ones huffing upon the fictional gas that causes one to have an opinion and refuse to accept anything other than what they believe. True and based?

    2. She’s between breeding ages (9-14). Age is irrelevant. She will be the next leader of that country in the event of WW3 taking her fathers’ life… hopefully she’s nicer than her dad who fed her uncle to dogs 😅 but all bets are off at this point!

      The poor North Korean people. I have always wondered if Kim Jong-un is sterile, haven’t you? 😅

      Maybe there was one genetically viable sperm he produced in an ejaculation that could have been this little girl, but why reveal her now? 😅

      If he’s trying to establish his dominance in the area, he would do so with a male heir! If it was his wife’s fault, he would get rid of her and institute a new brood! 😂 But it’s not his wife’s fault, it’s his fault. Either he can’t get IT up, or he’s gone sterile 😂

      That’s probably why he’s building so many missiles! He’s full of all this pent-up steam, but he can’t get it out! Freaking men on this planet and their stupid male egos! 😂

    3. @BlueThunder they are basing it on what the basketball player said…..he told reporters her nane and that he held her in 2013 when she was just a baby

  1. Poor girl. Hopefully, she will be empathetic to the plight of her people and open the country and its resources to the world for their isolation.

    1. Repent…believe in Jesus Christ. John 3:16 KJV For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
      Matthew 4:17 KJV From that time Jesus began to preach, and to say, Repent: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.
      John 3:3 KJV – “Jesus answered and said unto him, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.”

  2. I don’t think you should use the word “grooming” for his daughter. Republicans will get the wrong idea and start another conspiracy theory.

  3. 0:14 That shot of the crowd looks creepy. First off, why are they doing it at night, in the winter in NK, second, aside from that one public square, the streets are absolutely _empty,_ it is as if they were all swept together into that one plaza. Then you have that immense NK flag, which would be _invisible_ to those people, but visible to anyone watching from space – that would also notice how much more crowded it makes that plaza.

    Ultimately it looks like those Trump rallies, where they close off the upper decks, don’t point the cameras up and proclaim how packed the place is. The carefully orchestrated performance acting of the Kim’s as dangerous despots, that the greater world must legislate, tax and defend against, has _never_ been more obvious.

  4. Such a proud father but yet many children dying of hunger in his country. Lord I pray for this man that his heart change and to love his people as he loves his daughter.

    1. Just lift the sanctions and allow food into the country. Oh…yea…you dont really care about them as much as you state.

    2. @John Doe Do you really think any food would actually make it to North Koreans’ mouths? The N. Korean government wouldn’t even allow it in the country, just to save face and make it look like they don’t need outside help. They have an illusion of power to maintain.

    3. @Amy G Im sorry but you Americans live in the movies. At least you didnt say kim jung un was gonna eat it all himself. Take a step back and realize how you went from suppossedly caring about starving children to completely disregarding them so that you can win an internet argument over something you know nothing about which results in famine and death. Growing up on a screen has disociated your American brain from reality. You are not a leader. Youre a brainwashed follower of the evil that is starving people to death. Really think about that…. Why NOT allow food in? Why do you think this horrible way? You dont even know what lifting the sanctions means. It does not mean “donating food” which you think he’ll reject. It just means allowing them to purchase and import food like every other country does by bartering in the global economy.

    4. @John Doe If the N. Korean government isn’t starving their citizens, then why do they need outside help? They should be able to produce enough food in their own country, but obviously they are not. Where in my comment did I say not to allow food in? You’re just hyped-up and looking for an argument. It’s not horrible to point out the truth. They have money for military games, but not to feed their people. Your wording sounds like a bot/computerized. You aren’t comprehending the comments you’re responding to correctly. You are assumptive and scattered and I’m not sure if you even meant to respond to me. Go bother someone else with your confused rantings.

    5. @Amy G Your country doesnt grow its own food. Your meat is from new zealand. Your country has wasted over 20 trillion dollars blowing up the world and look at your citizens. “They got money for war but cant feed the poor”. Wake up!

  5. By the time she’s 21, she will have emigrated to America and fallen in love with an NBA player and gotten 3 kids named Tyrese Jong Wun, Letitia and Hyundai.

    1. First test. Can she order and watch gleefully the killing of a kin with an antiaircraft gun? Sad country ruled by fear and secret police. Children will turn in their parents for unkind words about Kim Jung Un.

    2. Yeah that isn’t going to happen. This is North Korea. Don’t forget who and what you are dealing with.🤷‍♂

    1. I pray to God to give you a lot of beautiful days and you know God loves us so much,So where are you originally from? I am David originally from Spain Granada but currently living in Texas now and you

  6. The unintended consequences of the U.S.’s involvement in the Korean conflict still being felt decades later.

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