North Korean defector has revealed the one way that Kim Jong-un can be defeated
It's a lot easier than military or nuclear action too.
North Korea and the United States of America have been at loggerheads a lot over the last couple of months and talks of nuclear warfare have become a regular discussion between the two countries.
A CIA Director told security officials not to ask him about Kim Jong-un's death if he "should vanish", something which you can be assured did not go down well in North Korea.
However, a North Korean defector has said that words will, in fact, speak louder than actions when it comes to defeating Kim Jong-un.
The internet is highly restricted in North Korea and all of the media is state-controlled and Thae Yong-ho believes that focusing on corrupting that instead of taking nuclear action would be a lot more effective.
Yong-ho is a former deputy chief of mission at the North Korean embassy in London and says that a "civilian uprising" can become a more increasing possibility if more information from the outside world is spread into the general population of North Korea.
According to news.com.au, Yong-ho told a US congressional hearing on Wednesday that “the citizens do not care about state propaganda but increasingly watch illegally imported South Korean movies and dramas. The domestic system of control is weakening as the days go by."
“As more and more people gradually become informed about the reality of their living conditions, the North Korean government will either have to change and adapt in positive ways for its citizens, or to face the consequences of their escalating dissatisfaction.”
He urged the US to exhaust all other possibilities before taking military action.
“We cannot change the policy of terror of the Kim Jong-un regime. But we can educate [the] North Korean population to stand up by disseminating outside information,” he concluded.