Hillary Clinton says ordinary North Koreans have complained about the authoritarian work orders.
Clinton’s statements on North Korea were tied to her denunciation of Trump, and what she described as his “bizarre fascination with dictators and strongmen who have no love for America.”
“Trump said, ‘You’ve got to give Kim Jong Un credit’ for taking over North Korea – something he did by murdering everyone he saw as a threat, including his own uncle, which Donald described gleefully, like he was recapping an action movie,” Clinton said in San Diego on Thursday.
Clinton also described Trump as “unprepared” and “temperamentally unfit” to hold office. Kim, too, has been described as temperamental, according to sources who know him.
Kim’s grip on power has grown with purges and executions, and he has also been sustaining the regime with calls for mass mobilizations of the work force.
Pyongyang’s KCNA reported Friday North Korea has again called for a “200-day mass battle” to realize national economic goals.
The workforce mobilization will ignite the “flames of propaganda” and ideology, North Korea stated.