CRACKPOT North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, has reportedly BANNED socializing involving drinking and singing in an attempt to tighten his grip on the rogue Korean state.
According to intelligence briefings given to South Korean ministers, the new laws are a reaction to Donald Trump’s crippling economic sanctions imposed on the country.
The U.S. led sanctions are in retaliation for the country’s ongoing development of nuclear devices and ballistic missiles.
“[They have] banned any gatherings related to drinking, singing and other entertainment and is strengthening control of outside information,” A source inside South Korean National Intelligence told Mail Online.
The move compounds the already heavily controlled conditions North Korean citizens live under.
Travel abroad is curtailed, conversations monitored and harsh punishments are regularly imposed for being in possession of media from outside of the state.
PRESIDENT TRUMP: NoKo is now state sponsor of Terrorism
By James Smith
PRESIDENT Donald J. Trump has declared that North Korea is now a designated state sponsor of terrorism.
The announcement comes after months of tension between the rogue state and the United States.
Being a designated state sponsor of terrorism allows President Trump to impose a number of new sanctions, to be announced on Tuesday. He hinted that they would be “very large”.
Speaking at the White House on Monday, President Trump said: “Today, the United States is designating North Korea as a state sponsor of terrorism. Should have happened a long time ago – should have happened years ago.”
North Korea was on the list for 20 years before being removed by President George W. Bush in June 2008.