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NKorea to Children: Protect Our Leader, Become 'Five Million Nuclear Bombs'

NKorea to Children: Protect Our Leader, Become 'Five Million Nuclear Bombs'

 North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un (KCNA/ AFP via Getty Images)

By    |   Monday, 29 August 2016 08:12 PM

Children in North Korea’s mandatory youth league are reportedly being urged to be ready to become "five million nuclear bombs" to protect the nation's dictator Kim Jong Un.

According to NK News, the entreaty came during the first youth congress in more than two decades.

"Please be 'five million nuclear bombs' to protect our dear respected leader with your life as the men safeguarding the center of the party, based on a strong belief and will," a delegation from the Korean Children’s Union said in a statement after a Saturday speech by Kim, NK News reports.

Children from 7 to 13 are represented by, and have mandatory membership in, the KCU, according to NK News.

"All youth should prevent any exotic culture of ideology and abnormal lifestyle from infiltrating our internal society, by strongly standing (up) against the enemy’s strategy…," Kim said in his speech Saturday — remarks apparently aimed at pumping up "idolization" of the leader, according to NK News.

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Children in North Korea's mandatory youth league are reportedly being urged to be ready to become five million nuclear bombs to protect the nation's dictator Kim Jong Un.According to NK News, the entreaty came during the first youth congress in more than two decades....
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