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Former Navy SEAL Has A Perfect Idea How To End Kim Regime Without Weapons

While the tensions are still thick on the Korean peninsula, U.N. just issued more economic sanctions on North Korea as the world is trying to find an alternative to an armed conflict with a nuclear weapon.

Even though North Korea will be crushed if a conflict occurs, that wouldn’t be without a cost. Millions of lives will be lost if this happens, but if the conflict went nuclear it will be devastating.

As Tribunist reported, Jocko Willink and author who previously was a Navy SEAL has an idea how to end Kin Jong Un regime peacefully, without any single weapon.

When he was asked what is the best way to solve the North Korean situation, he answered on Twitter, “Drop 25 million iPhones on them and put satellites over them with free wifi.”

This is a really unconventional way to deal with this situation, but however, it might not be so crazy as it sounds.

One North Korean expert in an interview with Business Insider stated: “Kim Jong Un understands that as soon as society is open and North Korean people realize what they’re missing, Kim’s regime is unsustainable, and it’s going to be overthrown.”

Kim Jong Un is unfavorable for his regime and keeping off the citizens of North Korea out of this world. He opposes on every effort to provide people who aren’t authorized to access to information which is uncensored.

Sun emphasized that South Korea had an attempt to do the same in the past, by troughing a DVD’s and pamphlets on North Korean people, but the communist responded with military actions.

Sun, stated that dropping iPhones and providing free WiFi its violation of U.N. economic sanctions if it’s interpreted by some as “rewarding an illegitimately nuclear dictatorship,” one that “we know has committed massive human rights against its people.”

“They’re not going to denuclearize until their regime changes and society changes,” Sun said. “This approach may be the longer route, but it has the hope of succeeding.”

However, this method it’s not without risks, as some citizens of North Korea can feel frustrated from Kim Jong Un regime.

All information in North Korea is strictly controlled, and any unauthorized person who will access unapproved information will be punished.

If a North Korean watches South Korean media or listens to a foreign radio program, can be punished with 10 years in a “re-education” prison. The regime goes so far, that communication via phone with outside world can be punished with death sentence.

Even though the idea of dropping millions of iPhones on North Korea seems so unconventional and weird it could be more successful than weapons in order to end Kim’s regime.

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4 Comments

  1. R. Tournelle

    September 14, 2017 at 8:56 pm

    I have a friend who suggested to station an aircraft carrier off the Korean coast and when the winds are right to release balloons with a loaded revolver in each of them to arm the North Koreans.

  2. Kevin Lee Jones

    September 14, 2017 at 9:40 pm

    Let me know the day before the govt buys 25 million iPhones so I can buy Apple stock. The cost for the phones would be about $20 billion initially. How would you “drop” them. We cannot fly over their country. How would you prevent the planes from bein shot down? Where would you drop them even if you could? How could you possibly distribute them to the people? How could you prevent the DPRK military from seizing each drop? By rough estimates it would take over 300 aircraft sorties to merely get the phones into the country but not distributed. Each drop would also be considered an act of war. Therefore we’d have to go in armed which would start an all out cessation of the cease- fire of 1952. Obviously this has been thought about before by our government and “sh$$-canned” due to the absolute failure it would be.

  3. Walter

    September 15, 2017 at 1:31 am

    One little bullet between his beady little eyes would solve it better!

  4. BARBARA J KENNEDY

    September 28, 2017 at 1:56 pm

    I GO ALONG WITH THE NAVY SEALS IDEA, IT’S WORTH A TRY.

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