August 12, 2017

NORTH KOREA: Kim Jong-un Branches Out Into Smuggling Products Like Ivory From Endangered Species, Fake Cigarette And Fake Pharmaceutical Trade To Fund Its Nuclear And Missile Programs.

I shared this post BELOW the pictures on 4/23/2014. Since then President Obama gave Islamic Republic of Iran $33.6 BILLION in cash and gold payments from the tax funded U.S. Treasury. Click HERE to read more. Plus, President Obama gave Islamic Republic of Iran the green light to move forward with their nuclear ambitions. Click HERE to read more. For those of you who don't know already, Islamic Republic of Iran is strongly allied with North Korea.

So, those of you condemning President Trump for what you deem as crazy instigative rhetoric. Ask yourselves, what President Obama and Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State did to keep the WORLD safe from a legitimate psychopath who has many documented gulags where Kim Jong-un throws anybody who pisses him off into concentration camps to be tortured to death, starved to death, raped to death, worked to death for his pleasure. Click HERE to read CNN article about this. But you can google North Korea gulags to learn more about what we as a whole are allowing this sick bastard to get away with on a daily basis in his concentration camps. That's plural for many. Where he throws his political prisoners in. Basically anybody and their families who he feels are not worshipping him properly. Literally.
Tyranny: Night time satellite image. North Korea pitch black.
This may help us understand why China, Russia and all other Marxist Communist ruled nations defend and support North Korea. Think about it for a moment... they all benefit. North Korea is committing these crimes for them and they can't get blamed. Which leads me to wonder if this also explains why the rest of the world has allowed the North Korean tyrannical brutal regime to exist. And another thing, how the heck is Kim Jong-un smuggling anything in and out of North Korea. This illegal trade has to travel by land, sea or air. So now I'm wondering who is monitoring what's coming in and what's going out of North Korea?! I mean come on, it's a tiny nation. So if North Korea is smuggling by land it has to either go through China which is at its North or Russia which is at its North-East or South Korea which is at its South. My guess would be China and Russia have an open North Korean portal somewhere at their borders strictly for approved smuggling. Now as for the sea, I do know of a huge weapons cache that Cuba was smuggling to help North Korea in a maritime vessel was caught traveling through the Panama Canal last year. Russia delivers weapons to Cuba often. North Korea takes great risk using the sea because of International Maritime Patrols and Port Inspections. If they get caught at sea they lose their entire supply of whatever. So now I'm wondering if private jets are helping Kim Jong-un out with smuggling. Luxury private jets don't get the same scrutiny that a regular passenger aircraft gets. Which means wealthy individuals from around the world are in on this smuggling racket.


The Telegraph UK
written by Julian Ryall in Tokyo
Tuesday April 15, 2014

North Korea has diversified its business model for earning hard currency, shifting from a reliance on manufacturing drugs and counterfeiting foreign bank notes to smuggling products from endangered species, fake pharmaceuticals and counterfeit cigarettes.

The details of Pyongyang's methods of earning the funds it needs to pay for its nuclear and missile programmes are spelled out in a study released on Tuesday by the Washington-based Committee for Human Rights in North Korea.

The 115-page report says Pyongyang has been producing narcotics and smuggling them abroad through the diplomatic bag and printing high-quality forgeries of foreign currency since the mid-1970s, all part of the Kim regime's "fundamental strategic objective" of self-preservation.

There has been a shift in recent years, however, with the emergence of a privatised market economy that the authors describe as "a criminal one that is feeding off the suffering and deprivation of the population".

The smuggling by North Korean diplomats of rhino horn and ivory also appears to be a more recent development, the report says, with a North Korean citizen arrested in 2012 in Mozambique as he attempted to smuggle 130 pieces of ivory, with an estimated value of $36,000, out of the country.

Similar seizures in Kenya, Russia and France totaled more than 1.8 tons of ivory.

There has been a substantial increase in North Korea's output of counterfeit cigarettes since 2002, with a container of fake Marlboro cigarettes impounded in Singapore after arriving from North Korea via the South Korean port of Busan.

Similar seizures took place in South Africa, Vietnam, Taiwan and the Philippines, while in late 2006, 3 million cartons of counterfeit cigarettes - with a street value of £3.5 million -were found by Greek customs authorities aboard North Korean-flagged ships.

North Korean officials were caught in 2004 smuggling 150,000 tablets of the sedative Clonazepam in Egypt, while embassy employees from Bulgaria were detained in Turkey carrying half a million tablets of the synthetic stimulant Captagon, with an estimated value of $7 million.

North Korea has also been accused of manufacturing fake Viagra pills.

The report claims that North Korean officials have also engaged in smuggling gems over international borders, trafficking in DVDs. smuggling used cars and even selling pornography in Finland.

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