Kim Jong Un and family will seek political asylum in Vladivostok, Russia
By Benjamin Fulford
April 25, 2017
North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un and his family will seek political asylum in Russia on or about May 8th, just before the South Korean presidential election, according to sources in Japanese military intelligence. This is the decision reached in secret discussions between the governments of Russia, China and the US under the aegis of the CSIS, the sources say.
This will pave the way for a Kim Han Sol, the son of Kim Il Sung’s older brother Kim Jong Nam, to become the new leader of North Korea, the sources say. This will be followed by the reunification of the Korean Peninsula, they say. However, it is not yet clear if the Kim Han Sol the CSIS plans to place in power will be the real one or the fake one who recently appeared on internet video, the sources say.
This information has not been independently confirmed but reflects the scenario envisaged by the CSIS.