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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was an un-academic child who struggled to learn German and vented his frustrations by kicking and spitting at classmates, according to a new book about the secretive dictator and his family.
His lack of intellectual prowess may have informed his future leadership style, the book claims, because Kim realized he was, by Western standards, unremarkable.
These new revelations about Kim’s childhood are detailed in “The Great Successor: The Divinely Perfect Destiny of Brilliant Comrade Kim Jong Un,” written by Washington Post Beijing bureau chief Anna Fifield.
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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was an entirely unremarkable child who was embarrassed by having to answer questions in class, and had a great love of basketball, according to a new book about the secretive dictator and his family.

Kim’s academic shortcomings were so severe that they may have informed his future style of ruthless leadership, according to an excerpt from Anna Fifield’s “The Great Successor:The Divinely Perfect Destiny of Brilliant Comrade Kim Jong Un,” which Politico published on Wednesday. The book from the Beijing bureau …read more


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