Kim Jong Un Reveals Daughter at Ballistic Missile Spectacle
North Korea has presented the presumed daughter of its leader Kim Jong Un at a missile launch site, generating intense interest in a fourth-generation member of the dynasty that has dominated North Korea for for seven decades.
Images of Kim and his daughter holding hands at a missile launch site on Saturday marked the first time the world had seen Kim’s daughter.
This surprise appearance increases the possibility that the fourth generation of Kims may take control of the reclusive state and its expanding nuclear weapons.
According to North Korea’s official media, Kim, Ri Sol Ju, other officials, and his “beloved daughter” saw the state’s brand-new intercontinental ballistic missile take flight on Friday.
Analysts in North Korea have been considerably more intrigued by the reveal of Kim Jong Un’s daughter than by the country’s successful launch of its most powerful intercontinental ballistic missile, estimated to be capable of striking the United States.
This is because of how much it reveals about the regime’s intentions and nuclear weapons development.
Or at the very least, it prompts some fascinating questions.
First, does this imply that she will eventually rule North Korea as Kim Jong Un’s replacement? Yes, most likely.
Given that this is a family dynasty, Mr. Kim will prefer one of his offspring to assume leadership.
Second, why reveal her at this time? She is a really young woman.
Could the fact that he is grooming her to take over indicate that the 38-year-old leader is ill?
Many theories surround his health, which is seen to be the largest threat to the continuity of the government.
Further, what does this indicate about North Korea’s nuclear weapons development?
Her public unveiling at such an important event means that she will eventually contribute to the nation’s weaponry development.
Mr. Kim recently said that under no circumstances would he be giving up his nuclear weapons.
This is a means of demonstrating to the world that his big bad nukes are going to be around for a while.
Since Kim Il Sung established North Korea in 1948, the country has been governed by a hereditary dictatorship. After his father passed away in 1994, Kim Jong Il assumed control. 17 years later, after Kim Jong Il’s passing, Kim Jong Un came to power.
However, Kim Jong Un is only 38. it is extremely unlikely that the North Korean government will change in any meaningful way anytime soon.
Ju Ae is probably at least a decade or more away from being able to succeed her father as leader of the North Korean state, even if some unforeseen issue were to claim his life.
If Kim continues to bring this daughter to important public occasions, analyst Cheong Seong-Chang of the exclusive Sejong Institute in South Korea believes it might be a hint that she will succeed her father.
Others claim that Kim’s decision to bring his family along to a missile test site showed that he had faith in the weapon’s effectiveness or that he was attempting to project the image of a family-oriented leader.
Numerous observers of North Korea were caught off guard by the revelation of the Kim family’s youngster. Perhaps his kid can help him loosen up a little bit.
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