A shocking video has been leaked online, revealing that the leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-un, is actually a hologram, created by a team of Chinese engineers, who control his every move and speech. The video shows the engineers manipulating a computer program that projects the image of Kim Jong-un onto a screen, while they feed him the words and gestures that he is supposed to say and do.
The video was reportedly filmed by a defector from the North Korean regime, who managed to smuggle a hidden camera into the secret facility where the hologram is operated. The defector said that he decided to expose the truth after he witnessed the atrocities committed by the fake Kim Jong-un, who ordered nuclear tests, missile launches, and executions of dissidents.
The defector said that the real Kim Jong-un had died in 2020, after a botched heart surgery, and that China had seized the opportunity to install a puppet leader in North Korea, using advanced holographic technology. He said that China had been using the hologram to influence the politics and economy of North Korea, as well as to provoke and threaten its enemies, such as South Korea, Japan, and the United States.
The video has caused a global uproar, as world leaders and citizens have expressed their outrage and disbelief at the deception. The United Nations has called for an emergency meeting to discuss the implications of the revelation, and to demand an explanation from China. China, however, has denied any involvement in the hoax, and has accused the defector of being a liar and a spy. They have also claimed that the video is a fake, fabricated by hostile forces to undermine the legitimacy and sovereignty of North Korea.
The authenticity of the video has not been verified yet, but experts have said that it looks very convincing and realistic. They have also said that it is possible that such technology exists, and that it could be used for nefarious purposes. They have warned that other world leaders could also be impostors, using holograms or deepfakes to deceive their people and their rivals. They have urged the public to be vigilant and critical of what they see and hear on the media.