North Korea’s Food Shortage Could Take a Deadly Turn as Kim Jong-Un Eats All the Remaining Crops

Kim Jong-Un

PYONGYANG— In a shocking and alarming development, North Korea’s food shortage could take a deadly turn as the country’s supreme leader Kim Jong-Un has reportedly eaten all the remaining crops in the nation. According to sources, Kim Jong-Un, who has been suffering from a severe case of the munchies, has devoured tons of rice, corn, potatoes, cabbage, and other vegetables in a matter of days, leaving nothing for the starving population of 25 million people.

“He just can’t stop eating. He says he needs to maintain his healthy weight and his glorious image. He doesn’t care about the people. He only cares about his stomach,” said a defector, who spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of reprisal. “He has eaten enough food to feed a small country. He has eaten more food than the entire population of South Korea. He has eaten more food than the entire continent of Africa. He is a monster.”

The food shortage, which has been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, international sanctions, and natural disasters, has already caused widespread malnutrition, disease, and death among the North Korean people. The World Food Programme estimates that more than 10 million people are in urgent need of food assistance and that the situation could worsen in the coming months.

However, Kim Jong-Un has shown no signs of remorse or compassion and has instead blamed the food crisis on the “hostile forces” of the United States and its allies. He has also vowed to continue his nuclear and missile programs, despite the international pressure and condemnation. “Our enemies are trying to starve us and weaken us. But they will never succeed. We have the most powerful leader in the world, who can eat anything and everything. He is our eternal sun, our shining star, our divine miracle. He is our food and our life,” said a state media report, which praised Kim Jong-Un’s appetite and digestion.

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