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A thousand times the squid game: North Korean fighters break blocks - with their heads | Israel today


Muscle-inflated fighters appeared before Kim Jong Un and senior government officials in a purpose-built display • Among other things, they lay on shattered glass and beat themselves with iron chains

It's no longer a child's game:

World's pressure levels continue to rise as far as Korea is concerned, with the squid taking over the world from its southern side, now also joining a stressful record of near - human endurance of North Korean military soldiers who apparently feel the need to join the violence.

Last night (Wednesday), documentation was published from a display event that is part of the "Defense Developments" exhibition held this week in North Korea, where the country's nuclear and military weapons developments were presented as part of the 76th anniversary of Kim Jong Un's ruling party.

In videos posted on the Internet, fighters in the northern army are seen appearing before the country's ruler and other senior government officials, demonstrating endurance and immense endurance in a stressful show of strength.

They look shirtless, bloated, lying on shattered glass, breaking with concrete hammers concrete slabs and rocks placed on their bellies and smashing bricks and iron chains on themselves and other soldiers, all for the enjoyment of Kim Jong Un and his government officials documented smiling and pleased in the stands.

The publication of the video in the country's local media was not accidental, and came about a day after Pyongyang broadcast images documenting its recent advanced weapon developments.

Also, in recent weeks there has been almost unprecedented attention around South Korea due to the squid game, and there is no doubt that North Korea is interested in regaining its attention.

Source: israelhayom

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