I feel so sad for the average NK citizen. A particularly difficult time for them indeed.
Maybe if they invested in something other than missiles and nuclear bombs they'd have money to buy food. Or, you know, they could *ask* other countries for food and aid without threatening to bomb them first.
I feel bad for the people there. I wonder how many million bodies will be uncovered when their moronic leaders line ends.
Did anyone here actually read the article? "The UN sanctions will **likely** create problems to NK blah blah"
This isnt news, its prediction. To not say wishful thinking.
I see a Food for Nukes program.
Wave a bucket of KFC extra crispy with potatoes **and gravy** at the DMZ and offer to trade it for an H-bomb.
This is the best tl;dr I could make, [original](https://www.cnbc.com/2017/09/13/north-korea-food-shortage-looms-after-drought-hits-harvests.html
) reduced by 60%. (I'm a bot)
> Coupled with the latest round of UN sanctions, which aim to pressure North Korean leader Kim Jong Un into giving up his nuclear weapons, unfavorable weather conditions are likely to severely hurt Pyongyang's economy.
> The regime still cannot feed its own people without external food aid, whorely on black markets to buy rice, produce, beer and even school supplies.
> Chinese food exports to North Korea have soared over the past year, despite increasing sanctions imposed by the UN, hinting at Pyongyang's increasing reliance on Beijing.
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Heres your daily "NK is collapsing" article
Juche literally means "self reliance".
Sucks for their citizens, meanwhile, Kim keeps getting fatter.