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North Korean Leader Kim Jong-Un on a White Horse

In a flare of glory, the North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un on a white horse ascended the glorious sacred mountain.

Mount Mount Paektu is the largest mountain in the Democratic Republic of Korea. It is also said to be the birthplace of his father. The mountain stands at 2,750 meters (9022 feet).

Pictures released by the communist-controlled national broadcaster show the Leader of the Democratic republic riding his horse on the snow mountain.

“His ride on horseback in Mt Paektu is a great event of weighty importance in the history of the Korean revolution,” the Communist network reported.

Every ascent to the mountain has always triggered a major announcement, second only to another nuclear test, which had not taken place since the North Korean leader became close friends with the US President Donald Trump.

Kim Jong-un has made history as the first person to ride a horse to such great heights. The event is surely going down as the first of its kind in the Guinness Book record of the Democratic Republic of Korea.

There is no recorded history of horses being airlifted to the top of mountains; therefore, it is likely that the claims made by the communist state media are true.

The country has faced various sanctions since it began its ambitious nuclear program. Various products cannot be exported to the country. Among the products banned from the export into the Communist-controlled, Democratic Republic is Photoshop.

Therefore, the country cannot use the product, as it would be against the imposed sanctions.

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Despite the biting sanctions imposed on the country, the Democratic Republic has continued to survive and improve.

The latest improvement in its Photoshop skills, despite the restrictions on the importation of the product, is a true testament to the resiliency of the republic.

Experts in general knowledge agree that climbing up is easier than climbing down.

Despite this, the majority of people believe that the North Korean leader also rode the horse down the mountain.

 

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Chris Wick

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