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For me, the answer is obvious: Kim Jong Un. The general impression around the globe continues to be that the North Korean leader is crazy, provocative and unpredictable, but I think that he might well be strategic, smart and utterly rational. The Great Leader, my grandfather, ruled with the support of the world's other superpower at the time, the Soviet Union, as well as our gigantic neighbor, China.The sole superpower, the United States, has made it clear that it seeks regime change in my country.I believe that China no longer considers us an ally.The current president, Xi Jinping, cultivates close relations with South Korea. He has never met with me, the leader of North Korea, something that the leader of China has always done. Q: Is that why you seem to go out of your way to embarrass China and Xi specifically?Look at Saddam Hussein – and we never forget that North Korea was named as part of the "axis of evil" a year before the U.S. invaded Iraq.
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